999 Ninth Street NW, Washington, District of ColumbiaMap
The hotel is located directly across from the Washington Convention Center, one and a half blocks from the MCI Arena, and midway between the White House and the Capitol. Carnegie Library, Chinatown, and the Smithsonian are all within a few blocks. The property is an excellent choice for business travelers due to its prime location to the Convention Center. It's location is also suitable for personal travellers and families with children. NOTE: Non-smoking property. The exterior is a 16-story contemporary building. An on-site American restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner; a sports bar open for lunch and dinner. There is a lobby lounge and a coffee shop. Rooms are medium in size, decorated with gold colored drapes, wallpaper, and bedspreads. Rooms feature luxurious bedding - down comforters, custom duvets, cotton-rich linens. The lobby is large in size with dark colored wooden floors and foliage. 13 kms to the airport (ronald reagan national), 3 km to the nearest station (union station), 5 minute walk to the nearest metro station (gallery place), 50 kms to the airport (baltimore).
Ratings by kids' ages
- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
- Rollaway beds available
- Smoke-free property
- On-site restaurant(s)
- Refrigerator in room
- Cribs (infant beds) available
- Video game system in room
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Not what you would expect of a Sheraton Hotel.The room had a weird smell and bath towels were old. There was aslo water from the toilet on the floor...
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The only complaint I had about this hotel is we had to get double beds due to traveling with a 12 year old. The bed and covers were really small when y...
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The hotel was decent, clean with comfy beds. Downside was "street people" constantly bumming money, cigarettes.... We wanted to bring our bags down ourself so we could pack the car, the bell hop said that he couldn't allow us to have a baggage cart "for that long." They had 25 of them. Also, we did not have cash on hand when we left at one point(our […] mistake) so of all the times we gave 10-20 dollars for bringing down our car, suddenly we have a flat hmmmmm..... Then when we asked for a air compressor they came out, held it up, and said "ohh it probably don't work" and slammed the door. It was too far from the mall when it is 90 degrees with a bizillion % humidity. Overall, I would not take the kids to D....