We stayed in this attractive, well located hotel with a comfortable lobby and pleasant bar/restaurant area. The fireman's bakery behind the hotel had great coffee and breakfast stuff. the metro was very close; the staff was very friendly; there was wi fi. Free coffee in the lobby in the morning. I would definitely stay there again.
- Also Known As:
- Gallery Hotel Washington Dc
- Gallery Hotel
Region: United States > District of Columbia > Washington DC > Dupont Circle , Upper Northwest
Price range (per night): S$162 - 300
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- At DuPont Place we pride ourselves in providing a positive guest experience that will ensure your visit to Washington is a memorable one. Visitors stay in boutique-style studio guestrooms in this 8 room Inn. The Inn was completely renovated in April 2013 and now features all new modern décor and thoughtful amenities like kitchenettes with granite counters, microwaves, refrigerators and coffee makers. We have an inviting landscaped patio with tables and chairs, where guests can plan their excursions or relax after a long day of sightseeing or business meetings. Above all, we want our guests to remember DuPont Place as a pleasant, comfortable home-away-from-home while visiting with us. Our convenient amenities include• Great DuPont Circle / Adams Morgan location• Stylishly-appointed studios• Kitchenettes microwave/coffee maker/mini-fridge)• High-speed WIFI• Wall-mounted TVs with Cable service• Optional daily housekeeping (additional fee) • Guest laundry facility• Keyless entry• Beautiful outdoor patio with seating• Limited private parking (additional fee)“Best kept secret in DC…it was wonderful.” DuPont Place is located in the heart of the city, DuPont Circle, a vibrant neighborhood with stately brownstones on tree lined streets and great location from which to experience Washington, DC. The neighborhood is at the intersection of fashionable Connecticut Avenue, and Massachusetts Avenue’s Embassy Row, so as you would expect, it is filled with wonderful restaurants, boutiques, cafe's and grassy parks; plus the Sunday DuPont Circle Farmers Market is one of the largest in the city. You are just 4 blocks from the Red Line Metro Station at DuPont Circle, and can walk to historic Georgetown, George Washington University, The World Bank, and IMF, museums, galleries, and think tanks among other points of interest.“Great place in an excellent location. I just found my new personal favorite in DC.” – Reppuillija ... more less