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"I was on business travel and went a few days early to see the sights. The hotel was a... Read more"
"Stayed at Doubletree in October 2009, had king bed that was so comfortable......Overa... Read more"
"OK, the rooms were rather standard, and the bathroom was tiny... but the staff was to... Read more"
"What a wonderful time we had staying at the Omni Shoreham Hotel. From the moment we a... Read more"
"the rooms were run down and need up dated and the hotel is very noisy
"Without any doubt, I can tell you this is the worst hotel I have even stayed at in my... Read more"
"We stayed at this hotel while visitng family. It was way better than I expected. I ... Read more"
"I stayed at the Key Bridge Marriott over the Memorial Day weekend. A little hard to f... Read more"
"One pays for this hotel because it is three blocks from Metro (Blue & Orange lines) a... Read more"
"We stayed here for 2 nights and three days. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. ... Read more"
"One night at at this hotel exceeded all of our expectations. The lobby was stylish, ... Read more"
"Nice stay, nice staff, great location
"Nice hotel and nice location BUT $* plus $* tax for daily parking fee is too much. W... Read more"
"This hotel is very nice LOOKING! The lobby, rooms, restaurant and decor! Is absolutel... Read more"
"Stayed here from Christmas day to Jan 4 with my husband and 10 yr. old daughter and ... Read more"
"stayed 3 nights and the hotel in April 2009 and it was great. It is right next door t... Read more"
"First, I was charged for two of the four rooms I reserved when our business meeting w... Read more"
"Having stayed in several Hyatts before, the Hyatt Arlington is the worst. My reserva... Read more"
"The front desk and staff were extremely friendly throughout my stay. I was in a doub... Read more"
"I needed a location close to both the Red and Blue Metro lines. This was perfect. It'... Read more"
"I stayed at the Marriot in Washington to visit a relative who lives down the street. ... Read more"