The Westin Georgetown, Washington D.C.

2350 M St. NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20037, United States | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $172.00
 

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A travel blog entry by margsim

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Last night's optional $59 city tour & dinner was disappointing. Although dinner was nice, the tour was a waste of time - we didn't even stop at the Lincoln memorial tho we drove right past it! Stopped at the Kennedy Art Centre. Also stopped & saw the Capitol building from a distance but didn't stop again & saw little else of interest. The morning tour was ...

Washington

A travel blog entry by biancadon2014

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... on the the Roosevelt memorial which was amazing and well done. Some of his quotes are just so moving and he clearly made a big impact on the development of USA. We then walked around to Martin Luther King's memorial which was my personal favourite. Due to lighting and our camera being broken we don't have any pictures of it but I won't ever forget it. His facial expression and stance is so well done. It's one thing America does well - monuments and memorials. In ...

Glorious Washington DC

A travel blog entry by hjgm

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... t go to any museums in DC. There are so many that I didn't know which one to pick, but mainly because of the amount of schoolchildren overrunning the city. It was bad enough on the first day with them noisily crawling all over the monuments and memorials, I could not stand being stuck in a building with them. Anyway I don't feel that I missed out with the sunshine beaming down on me it would have been a waste to stay inside for an ...

There were a lot of matching t-shirts

A travel blog entry by grantgirls

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... Sketches and studies are a favorite of mine because I feel like you can really see what the artist is working on...it makes them more real. In this small gallery, you get to see Michelangelo and da Vinci sketches , and a Raphael cartoon with the pinpricks. (Cartoons are practices for paintings that artists would put tiny holes in, then dust over with chalk onto a canvas so they could transfer the outline). As ...

More paint, hvac

A travel blog entry by henriksenv

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... I think it looks good. They pulled off the worst of the bumpy tile in the guest bath, and replaced it. It still isn't perfect. I think that whole wall is off level. It is newly framed, but they probably screwed it right to the 86 year old masonry wall, which is definitely not level. If we had more time I would make them take the wall down and start again. But we don't have that time, so I will just hope a giant mirror will cover the worst of it. Live and ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Foggy Bottom - GWU - West End area of Washington DC, is near Anderson House, Heurich Mansion/Historical Society of Washington DC, Nusta Spa, and Boomerang Party Bus Nightlife Tour.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Westin Georgetown, Washington D.C.

    This is a dump

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    we checked into room 540 at this hotel on september 18 and found the floor wet with a dryer in it. we requested a change but no room was available. as we had driven for about 6 hours we had no alternative but stay there.they gave us a room credit of $60. the ceiling in the bathroom was peeling and the room was not dusted properly. there is nothing grand about this dump

    The Westin Grand, Washington D.C.

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    I recently spent a lovely weekend stay here after winning this property with a Priceline bid.

    'Grand' once upon a time?

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    I went down for Georgetown's graduation weekend last May and decided to stay at the Westin. Staff and service were prompt and friendly. Location was great ... i.e. proximity to Georgetown, Dupont Circle, & Foggy Bottom Metro Stop. But "grand" is not the word that I would use to describe the hotel or my $269 per night room ... with its stained carpet, dirty soak tub and apparent bug problem. "Past-its-prime" is a more apt phrase for the hotel exterior, lobbies, interior spaces, and my room. Puzzlingly, the pool was not in use in the middle of a hot DC summer? Also, also, the elevators evidently don't work at night and I had to use the stairs, which was not so cool after a heavy night of celebrating! Few exceptions though ... THE BED AND SHOWER WERE EXCELLENT! Bottom line, don't look for "grand" luxury here. Some Westins are grander than others (the chain does have some excellent first-rate properties) and only stay here if you can get a more reasonable rate for what you're getting.

    Disappointed

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    We stayed at the Westin July 4th weekend. The hotel was pretty empty, except for one conference, yet it took almost 20 minutes to check in. There was only 1 person working at the reception desk at 4pm July 4th weekend! The room was fair, not up to par with other Westin hotels I have stayed in. It was VERY small and looked very different than the room displayed on their website (that must be a suite).

    We weren't familiar with the D.C area so attempted to ask the concierge some questions. However, he was unable to answer the majority of our basic questions. I don't think I would stay at this hotel again. Although I must compliment the maid service because they were exceptional and the valet was very kind (should be for $28 a day parking).

    Tattered but heavenly

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    The dual shower head is great and the bed is heavenly (I -NEED- 5 pillows!) but it's time for a renovation at the Westin Grand. It's a bit tattered. Hate the monolithic furniture. The room is smallish but nice. 704 has a balcony - lovely. Can't get the neighborhood. A Metro station is nearby. The staff at the front desk wasn't interested. The other staff was great - bar, restaurant, room service. Had a very good, corporate rate. Don't bother if you don't get a good deal. But not a lot to complain about here.

    Best Conference Ever!

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    I attended a fantastic conference at The Westin Grand in March. The hotel is very cool- similar to a W. The rooms have a "Pottery Barn", urban decor with full marble baths and seperate shower and large soaking tub in all of the rooms. There is a Starbuck's in the lobby and two restaurants.

    The banquet staff made us feel like we were the only ones there even though there was a wedding and many other meetings going on. A sales manager that used to be their concierge sent us to a great restaurant for dinner. The hotel is just steps away from Georgetown and Dupont Circle.

    Stay here is you have the chance. My only issue- not enough suites. Then again, the rooms are so nice!

    The Grand Westin

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    We loved the Westin Grand in Washington, DC. From the moment we arrived we felt more than welcomed. We were so hungry that we went for dinner first at the restaurant inside the hotel, which was wonderful. Great beef tenderloin and martinis. We had a room view of the city and the bathroom was too die for. I loved the deep tub with a waterfall facet and the stand-up shower with dual heads. And as usual the beds are indeed heavenly. When we return Washington we will definately return to the Westin Grand.

    Heavenly? Of Course!

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    Stayed here 12/31/03 - 1/2/04 and was very satisfied with all aspects of the hotel. Beds and baths are definitely "heavenly", and ambiance of entire property was relaxed and luxurious. Some amenities are expensive, but no more than any other high-end hotel. Only complaint is the entertainment cabinet - TV had to be pushed back into the unit to access shelving on opposing side each time - kind of a hassle, but a small one. Staff was very friendly and helpful - highly recommend!

    Enjoyed my stay

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    The beds really are "heavenly". The Heavenly Bed and Bath are pretty accurate descriptions. For work, I stay in Westins, Wyndams, Hiltons, Omnis, and on vacations, I've stayed in Ritz-Carltons and Mandarin Orientals, and this bed is pretty comparable to the really high end hotel beds. For the price, I think you get a good deal! The room service is pricey and very average.

    Not an honest Hotel !!

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    My husband stayed at the hotel from september 28th to the 30th. He did not like the hotel and the shower did not worked well so he changed to the Ritz Carlton next door. Unfortunately when he packed to move he left his pijamas (brand new Ralph Lauren) on the hanger of the back of the bathroom door.The same day (september 30th) when I arrived at the Ritz I filed a complaint at the Westin's lost and found and they did not answer me back. I went to the Westin and talked to the person in charge of lost and found and filled out a written complaint.Until now no luck with the lost pijamas, the person in charge of housekeeping on that date had to took it and that is it. There is no other explanation ! and until now we have never received an answer.We were with a large group of panamanians and very important persons of our government.I will certainly not recommend this hotel where there is no honest personnel to report a left behind used pijamas from a guest.Vanessa Barsallo de Jácome

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Westin Georgetown, Washington D.C.

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding