Where to stay in Washington D.C? – The Washington Plaza

It was our first trip together and we weren’t sure where to stay in Washington D.C?

We found a fairly cheap hotel just a short walk from The White House. We weren’t expecting much. So imagine our shock and surprise when a smart (tailcoats and all) gentleman, opened the door to a beautiful glistening lobby. Heaven!

Rooms

The rooms at Washington Plaza were spacious, clean and offered a massive, comfortable king bed that was so soft and perfect! The hotel is catered to those on business, meaning we were created with a large desk and comfortable desk chair as well as speedy wifi.

Where to stay in Washington
Where to stay in Washington

Staff

Everyone at the hotel was very friendly and polite. Just after we checked in, there was actually a earthquake – the first in 300 years! The hotel were great in keeping everyone calm, providing us with information and giving advise on which attractions and museums will still be open. The front desk were also helpful when I came downstairs in search of a hairdryer!

Where to stay in Washington

Location

As mentioned before, the Washington Plaza is literally a 13 minute walk from The White House and just 25 minutes from the collection of Smithsonian Museums. There are two metro stations within a 5-8 minute walk and the hotel is surrounded by a handful of bars, cafes and a CVS.

Where to stay in Washington D.C.
Where to stay in Washington D.C.

Value

The hotel cost us $160 per night for a private room. This was a fairly decent price for the area, with cheap hostel rooms available but further out of the city. The hotel was the first ‘fancy’ and luxurious hotel we had stayed in on our travels together and it was definitely worth it. The location and service are definitely worth the price of the stay!

We both loved our stay at this hotel and will be staying here again if we return to Washington D.C.

We booked this hotel via Agoda, because they offered the best rates and is a well established company.

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  • Travelquartz
    Reply

    I’m Agoda fan too. Always get bedtime deals. DC looks so cool. I’m bookmarking this place.

  • Tyra
    Reply

    I’ve been to Washington D.C once, to go to a debate tournament. The White House was maybe 20 something minutes away. This a great recommendation for when I would like to return as an adult. Haha. It looks cleeeeaan!!

  • Aditi
    Reply

    Comfortable rooms and perfect location for a pretty good price – what more could you ask for? I have been following all your hotel reviews sincerely 🙂 Cheers!!

  • Heraa Farooq
    Reply

    That’s an amazing place for a relaxed environment, perfect location and fair price. I would love to visit there when I will be traveling to Washington D.C.

  • Helene
    Reply

    Never been to Washington D.C.! Would love to go though, I’ve heard it’s really nice and has a lot to offer to travelers! You’re so lucky, first the Times Square hotel and then this one!:D Right in the middle of all the action:)

  • lexieanimetravel
    Reply

    This is a very cozy hotel, it looks spacious and elegant. It’s so nice to hear that It’s not too far from attraction site plus the subway is a great way to explore and experience American daily life. Never been to D.C. but White house will be the first destination to visit.

  • alex
    Reply

    I’d love to go to Washington DC – looks like you picked a great spot to stay in too 🙂

  • Michael
    Reply

    Thats the first time I heard of an earthquake in Washington. It must have been really scary.

  • Rahat Arora
    Reply

    Rooms of the hotel is nice but swimming pool is the reason I like this hotel. Will definitely checkin this hotel in Washington DC.

  • DTG
    Reply

    I have never visited DC in America, I need to go – this hotel looks lush especially the pool – how scary to experience an earthquake whilst there.

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