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The name makes it sound very grand but the reality is a much more modest, older quite worn hotel. The rooms are small, breakfast is minimal and walls relatively thin. BUT, we met interesting guests from around the world, were within walking distance to the...More
I stayed at this hotel for pride weekend in DC two years in a row. This year the room type I booked wasn't available so they upgraded me to a "suite" which was perfect for my friends and I. The hotel is outdated in furniture...More
This hotel doesn't look like a 3 stars hotel and also not as good as TripAdvisor's review. The room is a huge different from the picture in Booking.com. The noise isolation system is terrible. I can heard everything from my next door. Anybody lived in...More
Stayed here two nights for a business trip. The place is definetly dated and worn but it was clean and comfortable. You will hard pressed to find better deal in a nice neighborhood just outside of downtown for less than $200 a night. I will...More
Let me start by saying that my daughter and I traveled to the nation's capital for a spring break mini vaca. We choose Windsor Park Hotel for its location. The location is great being approx halfway between Dupont circle and Woodley Park Metro stops. It...More
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Response from WPHWashington, Manager at Windsor Park HotelResponded 24 March 2018
We are so pleased to hear you enjoyed your spring break in Washington and chose our hotel to stay in. I apologize for the chain on door, they take a lot of abuse. Mostly from many people forgetting its on and pulling door open when...More
They have a no pet policy. Unfortunately in DC you will have to stay in a more corporate hotel to find something like that. There are some other smaller places that will allow them, but the areas will not exactly be safe... More
They have a no pet policy. Unfortunately in DC you will have to stay in a more corporate hotel to find something like that. There are some other smaller places that will allow them, but the areas will not exactly be safe or smart to stay in. Try looking in Rosslyn, Crystal City, or Alexandria. They are a bit more flexible.