Homewood Suites Washington, DC

Address: 1475 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20005, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown/West of Capitol Hill area of Washington DC, is near National Geographic Society's Explorer Hall, Articulate Gallery And Studio, WVSA ARTs connection's ARTiculate Gallery, and Mary McLeod Bethune Council House.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Homewood Suites Washington, DC Washington DC

      Nothing Special

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      Great hotel. Four adults and 1 child stayed in a suite. It was perfect for the group. Great location for seeing the sites, and eating. 3 blocks to the metro, or a short cab ride, $10 for the family. Staff was helpful, especially when dealing with them directly.

      Hotel has free internet, but bring a cable since they charge for the cable. I asked nicely in person at night, and got a 12 inch cable for free.

      Great value in Washington

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      Just returned from Washington. Our group of six stayed in the hotel comfortably. Enjoyed the breakfast with choices that pleased everyone.

      Was surprised at the quality of the evening receptions - boneless chicken breast, beef barbeque, etc served with nice salad bar and vegetables. Our kids, some of whom are picky enjoyed the meals and it was a relaxing way to end a long day of walking. The hotel was very clean and the staff were very pleasant.

      Great hotel for families

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      Just returned from a 5-night stay at the Homewood Suites in D.C. It's a great hotel for a family - very clean, spacious for D.C., and conveniently located for visiting monuments and museums. The hot breakfast buffet has enough variety to satisfy even the pickiest kids, and the evening manager's reception is an acceptable dinner if you're tired after a full day of sightseeing.

      Excellent Family Hotel

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      Great, safe location. Helpful staff. Spacious suites for a family of five, nice complimentary breakfast and weekday complimentary lite suppers. Highly recommend this property for families wanting space and convenience to all of Washington's great sites!

      Nobody Does It Better

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      Absolutely, bar none, the best hotel ever! Our theatre group travels all over the country and I must stay that our first time in the nation's capitol was an amazing one, thanks mostly to the Homewood Suites-Thomas Circle. The location is good. The amenites were wonderful. The service is, by far, the best we have EVER been treated to. In fact, all our reservations in the future, will be with Homewood Suites if there is one in the city we travel to. If not, we will definitely go with another Hilton Honors property. Major kudos to Homewood-Thomas Circle for making our stay the best it could possibly be!

      The Only Place To Stay While in Washinton D.C.

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      We recently visited Washington D.C. We stayed at the Homewood Suites in Thomas Circle. I must say me and my husband were again, very impressed with the Homewood Suites hotel chain. Non-stop service with 100% satisfaction. Start the morning off with a free hot breakfast buffet with plenty to choose from. The Hotel is only 4 or 5 blocks from the subway station and walking distance to the White House. (Make sure to get an all day subway pass if your into the tourism thing!) Walk around and see the sights. Then come back for a refreshing light dinner for free! Depending on what season you go in, it still may be daylight outside to go back out and enjoy the city some more. We had a great time and would definetly come back and stay here.

      Great deal at Homewood!

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      My family and I, (3 kids) really enjoyed this hotel. Plenty of room.

      The kids liked that there were two tvs. The complimentary hot breakfast and the light dinner were perfect ways to start and end a day of touring around the city and helped save alot of money - since meals at all the tourist spots were hughly inflated. Lots of room, very clean, very friendly. All this leads to a great family vacation. One negative was no pool.

      Step up from Residene Inn

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      Initially we stayed at the Residence Inn on Vermont (about one block from this hotel.) They proved to be majorly lame, so we went looking for another one. For less money per night, the Homewood Suites gives you a larger room, better service, a larger bed, two TVs, better breakfast and nicer accomidations. The staff is very friendly and willing to help.

      Excellent Hotel

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      I travel to Washington, DC every year on business. I have stayed at several different hotels over the years. Homewood Suites is definitely the best hotel I have stayed at in the $150 price range. The hotel lobby was decorated in mahogany wood accents. The large 2 bedroom rooms were immaculate and the hotel staff was top notch! The staff was definitely a breath of fresh air for a city which is not normally service oriented. A welcomed surprise was the guest washer/dryer and the complimentary full breakfast and dinner. McPherson Square Metro stop is a long 5 blocks away, but it was nice to have lunch at the many restaurants on the walk to the subway. If mid priced comfort is paramount, stay nowhere else.

      Homewood Suites-Really is Home away from home

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      I had to stay in Washington DC for 2 months for

      business. I was dreading living out of my suitcase in a hotel room, eating takeout every night. I was referred to the Homewood Suites by a co-worker and I am so thankful. The two-room suite felt more like an apartment than a hotel room. The full size refrigerator was a plus. I could shop and cook in the room. They actually went to the grocery store for me one day when I was in a rush. There were a few nights I didn't feel like cooking and the complimentary dinner was a life saver. The staff was great. They

      greeted me on my way in every night, and really helped me out when I had to fedex my fiance's phone when he accidentally left it behind after a weekend visit. I loved the free HBO (didn't miss an episode of The Sopranos). I would highly recommend this hotel for anyone needing to stay for an extended period of time.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Homewood Suites Washington, DC Washington DC

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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      Ditching the kids

      A travel blog entry by elainesj on Dec 27, 2013

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      Overall, this museum scored much higher marks than any of the others. Still, afterwards, it was time for the true highlight of the day - a swim in the hotel pool. (*sigh*)

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