TripAdvisor Reviews Wyndham Washington DC
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... the park to the National Gallery of Art, both the East & West wings. The buildings themselves are really works of art in their own right, really cavernous and awe inspiring. The works of Art are excellent, especially the extensive range of Rodin sculptures, I couldn't find a Canaletto or a Pannini but I was probably spoilt for them in Boston. The only problem was that they will not allow you to take any photos in the buildings, bit of a bummer that rule. Later in ...
... sold two years ago for $725,000. We saw Georgetown University and the rowing canal, Chesapeake & Ohio canal that is 167 miles. The canal never reached the Ohio because of the development and usage of the railroad. Francis Scott King, the author of the Star Bangle Banner, lived in Georgetown. We saw Grace Episcopal Church and the gold dome of the PNC Bank. Georgetown does not allow you to go by the home that Jackie Kennedy ...
... then walked and walked to get to the back of the line to get into the DC Armory for the packet pick-up and expo. Luckily, the line moved pretty quick and even luckier, I was in a group they pulled out for a side entry. The packet pick-up went smoothly and the shirts are WONDERFUL! (long sleeve, mock turtleneck with a light fleece type ...
... long walk along the pool, and up the steps, I am exhausted. The memorial itself is mightily impressive. The statue of Abraham Lincoln sits proudly on a chair, looking out across towards the Memorial and the US Capitol Building in the distance. We have a brief look around the museum next door, which features a film which proud Americans may call 'patriotism', but I'd call 'propaganda'. What is clear is that Lincoln was a remarkable man who was ...
Kayla: We woke up to sun so we went to zoo. We saw all the animals. My favorite part of the zoo was the otters. They keep swimming back and forward. They also looked like they were playing.
Laura: Today we went to the zoo. We saw a panda in the tree. We saw speckled bears. They were twins. One was a girl named Nicole and the other twin was a boy named Kurt. It was not rainy - it was a little chilly but the sun was out.
Other places to stay in Washington DC
Georgetown, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $122
- Great Hotel
- Watch out for the aptly named room 101
- Clean, quiet and convenient. What more can ya ask for?
Dupont Circle, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $174
- Great location and a fine hotel
- Loved Jurys
- DC has better hotels
Foggy Bottom, Washington DC | 4 star hotel
- Great room - sloppy management
- Fabulous Stay at the Watergate
- Fourth of July Weekend 2003
Downtown - Penn Quarter - Chinatown, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $151
- Good hotel in great location
- Magnífico alojamiento rápido
- Great Quick Stay
Downtown - Penn Quarter - Chinatown, Washington DC | 5 star hotelfrom $224
- The finest!
- Loved the Willard
- LOVED the Willard
Southwest Employment Area, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $225
- Pros and cons to our stay!
- New hotel needs improving
- Great neighborhood by day, not by night
Downtown - Penn Quarter - Chinatown, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $170
- Perfect For Us
- Elegant hotel at a reasonable price
Downtown - Penn Quarter - Chinatown, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $229
SW, Washington DC | 5 star hotelfrom $333
- Nice but not 5 star
- Five Star property with a two star staff
- Over rated, and we really wanted to love it!
480 L'Enfant Plaza , Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $98
- This hotel is worn out
- Not a 4 star hotel
- Suprised at remarks - great location....
1919 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $125
- Not what I hoped for..
- Fine hotel, great location
Southwest Employment Area, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $135
- Love the location
- Holiday Inn breakfast delay
- Ideal location, great value
400 New Jersey Ave N.W., Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $29
- Roaches Anyone?
- Rough Around The Edges
- Just Ok
Downtown/West of Capitol Hill, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $132
- Grand place
- What a dump
- Good if you just want a place to crash...
Downtown/West of Capitol Hill, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $142
- Good location but substandard rooms and shabby housekeeping
- Have an open-mind
- Surpassed Expectations
Dupont Circle, Washington DC | 5 star hotelfrom $145
- A hotel who forgot the meaning of Service
- Anxious to see renovation
- Location was A-Plus
Foggy Bottom, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $143
- Above average
- A very average hotel in a city of above-average hotels
- Do not arrive at 2 a.m.
1143 New Hampshire Avenue NW, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $128
- Staff was insufferable
- Wyndham City Center - Okay if you can get a discount rate
- Okay, but not the greatest
Foggy Bottom, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $303
- Not what you expect from a 5 star hotel with this name
- Good hotel
- Very Nice
Downtown/West of Capitol Hill, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $166
- Recommend highly!!
- Great Value, Great Location
- Hilton Garden mis-managed
Northwest Washington, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $180
- Liked this hotel very much
- A good hotel in a great neighborhood
Downtown - Penn Quarter - Chinatown, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $150
- Great Location - Great Hotel - Affinia Hotels will make it better!!!
- Good stay
- Still a Holiday Inn
Dupont Circle, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $158
- Bad service, poor location, stinky smells
- An excellent hotel
- Good value, customer service not great
Foggy Bottom - GWU - West End, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $172
- This is a dump
- The Westin Grand, Washington D.C.
- 'Grand' once upon a time?
Downtown - Penn Quarter - Chinatown, Washington DC | 5 star hotelfrom $147
- Good location for DC family vacation home base
- Unauthorized/Excessive credit card charges and auth codes
Dupont Circle, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $172
- Loved It & Travel A Lot!!
- Not as bad as all that
- Not ready for guests. period.