At DuPont Place we pride ourselves in providing a positive guest experience that will ensure your visit to Washington is a memorable one. 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. "Best kept secret in DC...It was wonderful."
DuPont Place has 3 types of studios; we have 4 studios with a queen bed, 2 loft studios with a queen bed in the loft and and a convertible sofa in the living area, and 2 large studios with a queen bed and a convertible sofa. Our studios accommodate 1 to 2 guests in a queen bed, the larger units can accommodate an additional 1 to 2 guests on the convertible sofa.
They feature modern decor and thoughtful amenities throughout including granite-countered kitchenette with Keurig coffeemaker, microwave oven, and mini-refrigerator and a beautifully tiled bathroom with contemporary vanity.
• Great DuPont Circle / Adams Morgan location
• Stylishly furnished
• Kitchenette (microwave oven/coffeemaker/mini-refrigerator/toaster)
• High-speed WIFI
• Wall-mounted TV with cable service
• IPhone docking station/clock/radio
• Linens, towels, place settings
• Guest laundry facility
• Key-less entry
• Beautiful outdoor patio with seating
• Limited private parking (additional fee)
You won't need a car with the great access to public transit from this location, but if you do have one we have parking spots available for $20/night (please book in advance!). Car share and bike share programs parked around the neighborhood for your convenience in getting from point A to B. You can rent by the hour, for that trip to the grocery store, or by the day so you can venture out to see Monticello or Gettysburg.
Sojourn is clearly a money-making opportunity - the rooms are no-frills studios with self-check in and no staff on site. But for the price, the location can't be beat. It's in the heart of DuPont, 17th St, and 14th St.
Loved this studio apartment. Had everything I needed. The location was great. The only negative was that the traffic was very loud. I would stay there again but I would request a room on the quieter side.
I was in DC for business and the location is great; walkable to everywhere I wanted to see. Starbucks across the street, lots of shopping and restaurants. The room was adequate but not what the pictures show. Very plain and IKEA, but fine and clean. My only complaint is that the room was literally on the street and the garbage trucks back up in front of it every single blasted morning at 0430 with a "bwoop bwoop bwoop". The room was also just off the main foyer so could hear all the conversations of people coming and going, also it was located right under the common kitchen so the stomping of people getting coffee every morning was also loud. I didnt sleep well here. I suggest putting in some bedside lights as well, that was kinda annoying not having lights next to the bed. But if you want a very standard room in a good location, it was a good value, and check in and check out was easy.…
I saw good photos and reviews about this hotel. Therefore, I ordered a apartment for my family - 2 adults and 2 children, 17 and 8 years old. The photos do not correspond to reality. They depict a spacious room with a luxurious bed. In fact, this is a tiny two-story room (loft), where, in addition to a bed, suitcases hardly fit. The apartment looks like a large closet with stairs. I believe that the apartment is not like for 4 people There is a large double bed on the 2nd floor and a small sofa bed. In the kitchenette there are dishes and a microwave, but for some reason there is no kettle. No reception desk. For any problem you need to call the remote administrator. Advantages: Location - 30 minutes walk from the center. There is free WI-FI. There is a paid parking from the hotel. Simple check-in / check-out - leave the keys in the door. Bottom line - this apartment was big disappointment for all my family.…
My place was just for one person, as you can see in all the pics is exactly what you need to stay in a comfortable way. The host is amazing, she gives you all the information you need. The neighborhood is crazy awesome, you can find all kind of food : one night my brother told me : I want to try ethiopian food....2 blocks and we found the best in D.C..... except a big supermarket you have everything. The apartament need to have a little more light, mine was at the back and downstairs, is quiet thank God. : )
This small boutique hotel was just what I was looking for. A really well appointed room. comfortable bed and pillows, ultra-clean shower room, fridge, microwave, coffee maker and a great location. It also has a number of good bars and restaurants within a short walk.
We drove to DC and paid for a parking spot during our 8-day stay. A full-sized SUV would likely not be able to navigate the alley or park in the right spaces. The Metro is only a few blocks away, the neighborhood feels safe even at night, quaint restaurants abound, and people are friendly. Prior to our arrival, we received a very informative email travel guide. The directions were excellent. The room had a basket of brochures for the area. The kitchenette even included a vase for flowers, a reusable grocery bag, and coffee/tea. A few hours prior to our arrival, we received a call from Kevin, telling us that the keypad entry system to our room (#8) was not working and there'd be keys on the table. He encouraged us to let him know if we had questions or needed anything. Upon entering the room, my husband noted a sour smell he suspected was the drain. This smell improved once we used the shower. It's small but nice. After 4 days, I went to the laundry room to get fresh towels and place the used towels in either the washer or a basket. There were clothes in the washer and dryer and no clean towels visible. Since the dryer contained damp linens, I cleaned the filter and restarted it. At this point, I texted Kevin. He said that he would have the housekeeper bring some. Upon removing them a few hours later, I realized they were soured. The clothing previously in the washer was still in the washer. I knew it was the same clothing due to its distinct color. They, too, were soured. My husband felt uncomfortable with moving someone else's clothing. I again texted Kevin. He did not reply. That evening, with no towels, I went to the dryer and pulled out a few minimally soured towels. In the remaining 4 days of our stay, we never received any linens of any kind. …
We so enjoyed this place!! Amazing atmosphere, different in many ways .. stop by and enjoy!! You will not be disappointed ... walking around this area is a great experience .. different types of stores, restaurants, ECT.
We stayed at DuPont Place for 2 nights while we moved our son into college.. I have mixed feelings about this place.. We stayed in #8.. Although it has a loft where the bed is I still think it's too small for 3 people. The bed & pillows were very uncomfortable . There was no room to put our clothes, no dressers or closet, so we had to live out of a suitcase.. My son slept on the futon the first night & although I did state that he would be with us they still didn't leave pillows for him. There were sheets & a blanket in the footstool but the blanket smelled used. I did contact Charlotte about this & she replied immediately that housekeeping would bring a blanket but no one ever did. The pros of DuPont Place is location. Walking distance to stores & restaurants. The parking spot was a huge plus. The refrigerator & microwave is also very convenient. The bathroom was clean & modern but the shower is so small that make sure you don't drop the soap. Would only stay here again if they get new beds, futons, pillows & pay attention to details. …
Dupont place is a connected circle to more than 7 streets in DC. It's a garden also with a beautiful memorial fountain. You can sit and rest under the trees or you cut it to another street! This center place is connected also to a metro station if you want to go around DC.