My husband and I recently spent a week in Washington DC and wanted a different experience than a larger hotel. We found the Hotel Tabard Inn on line and decided to check them out. The rooms are quaint, very comfortable bed, and VERY quiet at night. We didn't have to experience the heavy door slamming you hear at large hotels. We didn't eat in the restaurant as we were on a very casual vacation, and the restaurant seemed to cater to a more professionally dressed crowd. The only draw back that would keep some people from staying, is they do not have an elevator. My husband and I are very fit, but we did stay on the 4th floor and the flights of stairs would be prohibitive to older people, or those who cannot handle stairs. It is not a place really for people with disabilities. It is also in a great location, quiet street, and very close to the METRO, coffee shops and restaurants. The decor throughout the Inn is very interesting and adds to the uniqueness of the Inn. It is also close to a YMCA if you like to work out, swim, etc...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Comprising a trio of late-1800s townhouses, this traditionally furnished hotel is a 6-minute walk from the Metro and 1 mile from the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The elegant, antiques-filled rooms are individually decorated, and provide free Wi-Fi. Some have private bathrooms or sitting areas. Rooms are stair-access only. Continental breakfast is included, as is access to a nearby gym. There's also a bar and lounge with occasional live jazz, plus a New American restaurant with a seasonal menu. ... more less
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