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All reviews harris teeter union station grocery store next door same block metro stop the red line metro fridge and microwave front desk staff business center valet parking bathroom door indoor pool hotel restaurant convenient location the hotel is clean capitol hill fitness center
Hats off to the entire staff. My girlfriend and I had an amazing experience at your property in early October when we came up for a quick visit.
From the beginning, we were met with a smile and hospitality starting with the gentleman who offered...More
We stayed at the Hilton Garden Inn for 2 nights whilst in Washington.
Parking is a little bit of a nightmare due to the location of the hotel being downtown, but my partner managed to find street parking a couple of blocks away. The hotel...More
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Response from brianwiegand, Director of Sales at Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/US CapitolResponded June 20, 2018
Thank you for the kind words and we're happy to hear you enjoyed your visit! Safe travels!
Very nice room. TV lost main network channels for several hours while other cable channels were available. We told the staff but they couldn't fix it and did nothing for us.
Workout room equipment needed some repair. The pool is small and the hot tub...More
This hotel is new, clean and perfectly located in NoMa, close to the Red Line Metro station. Staff was very helpful, breakfast was terrific. Our room was nice, bathroom very clean, and we had a nice view of the US Capitol.
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This was my fourth trip to DC, first with the kids. I was hesitant to stay, at what seemed like, quite a bit away from the downtown/Mall area. However, the hotels I wanted to stay at were significantly more expensive per night outside my budget....More
Located in Downtown Washington, DC, the new 13-story Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/U.S. Capitol is in a prime location just one metro rail stop from Union Station - the transportation hub of our nation's …Morecapital and home to Amtrak. We are located just one block from the New York Ave/Florida Ave/Gallaudet University red line metro station. Guest rooms at the Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/U.S. Capitol showcase a modern décor, which include the cutting-edge Garden Sleep System(R), which features bedding of 100% New Zealand virgin wool, a mattress that adjusts to the contours of your body, and a dial that can adjust the firmness of your mattress. Your guest room at our Capitol Hill hotel also features complimentary high-speed WiFi internet access, a high-definition LCD television, a Herman Miller ergonomic chair and a modern work desk. For our in-room dining, take advantage of room service from our in-house restaurant, Lily & the Cactus, featuring American Cuisine offerings. Less
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Since valet parking is expensive and street parking non-existent at the hotel, using the Metro (DC Subway system) is your fastest way to get up and about DC. There is also a bus called the DC circulator which has various... More
Since valet parking is expensive and street parking non-existent at the hotel, using the Metro (DC Subway system) is your fastest way to get up and about DC. There is also a bus called the DC circulator which has various pickup and drop off stops around the national mall. So, if you get a Smartrip card (the DC rechargeable metro transit farecard) you can basically use the metro subway to one of the DC Circulator buses and hop on and off to the various monuments. Check out the metro wmata site on the web and plan your trips, or you can use the googlemaps. The DC transit system is very safe day and night just in case you have concerns about using public transportation.
It does depend on what airport. I don’t believe the hotel itself offers any sort of shuttle service. I flew in and out of BWI this time and took a cab from the airport...about $100. Took a train back for $7.
I stayed there with my GF. I would say the hotel is not in the best neighborhood, but there is Starbucks close by, some grocery stores and the metro station was like a couple of minutes away. I may have noticed a homeless... More
I stayed there with my GF. I would say the hotel is not in the best neighborhood, but there is Starbucks close by, some grocery stores and the metro station was like a couple of minutes away. I may have noticed a homeless person here and there but nothing out of the ordinary, I mean I never felt unsafe. It is a very quiet neighborhood though. Overall a nice hotel.