One stay on quick trip to DC. Check in was simple and to my surprise room was available well before check in time. Room was spacious, clean, quiet, with comfortable mattress. Lobby was large with restaurant/bar available.
"Very good hotel with one big disappointment"
We stayed at the newly renovated Marriott and I must admit it is a great hotel..Room was huge, very cleaned and super stylish, bathroom huge and shiny and not even one single hair could be found (very rare those days), members lounge great a great selection for breakfast and snacks, staff was very friendly and helpful...BUT 49$ for underground parking its just ridiculous..I know we are talking about DC and downtown but that is just tooooo much, I mean what is next are we going to be charged for breathing fresh air....Marriott management needs to get that issue fixed.
"One of the better Marriott hotels in Washington -- not in Georgetown"
Without a doubt the Georgetown Marriott, which isn't actually in Georgetown despite its name, is one of the better Marriott hotels in Washington and the metro D.C. area. In particular, the M Club is one of the best domestically -- it's just too bad the drinks are so absurdly priced. Like $18 for a glass of wine and no discount for Marriott platinum elites. It would be different if it was an expensive bottle, but some of the wines are actually pretty cheap to medium quality, despite the high price. Otherwise, everything else in the M Club is great. Rooms are clean thanks to good housekeeping, but, unfortunately, this hotel doesn't provide slippers and bathrobes. You need to ask for them, which is kind of cheap considering the rates are high. I've never stayed at a hotel with paid rates of over $300 that doesn't provide slippers and robes. For whatever reason, there also isn't a complimentary bottle of water in the rooms. Something that's unusual because every Marriott hotel I've ever stayed at provides one or two complimentary bottles of water every day. The Fresh Bites menu, which replaced traditional room service, is kind of disappointing. The Cesar salad doesn't even come with shaved parmesan cheese. Everything is served with plastic silverware in a paper bag with paper napkins. Yet the prices are the same as traditional room service. All things considered, this is a very good Marriott in a city with some tired Marriott properties. I have no problem recommending it, but I wish the hotel would improve around the edges.
"Great Stay in DC"
We stayed in the Marriott Georgetown for a long weekend. The accomodations were fantastic, and the staff was great. The location was convenient to all the tourist attractions, and we could not have been happier with the location and the hotel. The gym was clean and well equipped, too! Highly recommended
"Beautiful renovations, M Club open 24 hours, really friendly staff"
Late Friday night arrival for 3 day weekend stay, top floor room with view, fancy bathroom and mini fridge, everything looks brand new and spotless. Valerie in the M Club is the superstar host of breakfast, she is one of the best in entire Marriott system. Foggy Bottom and DuPont Circle metro stops under 10 min walk, Foggy Bottom especially good since we came in via DCA airport so no transferring. Plenty of restaurants try Nagomi Izakaya and Grillfish, both were great and close by. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this hotel to anyone.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM