Yes, the rooms are small. They are also efficiently designed and makes adjusting the room temperature super fast. I like to heat the room when showering and then cool things back down afterwords so that is nice.
The shower is small but the shower head adjusts up/down and is removable. I'm tall so it's rare to have a showerhead that is above my head. These go practically to the ceiling if you want.
There is a small cabinet for clothes in the closet. They didn't have that the last time I visited so that was a nice addition.
You have to get your own ironing board/iron from a shared closet if you need it. I'm lazy and box my clothes so I don't really care.
I LOVE the self-service water bottling station.DC water is horrible and having a free and simple way to get some decent water is a great service.
The rooms have a K-cup brewing machine and Caribou coffee cups. This is the best hotel coffee combination I've had.
The only ice machine is in the lower level, BUT the ice buckets are located there as well. When you think about it, that is ideal as you don't have to make a round trip from your room to grab a bucket when getting to the hotel.
I'm not much of a tourist, but it's a fantastic location to get out and about. Good public transportation and close walking distance from many interesting spots.
When they tell you you need your key to operate the elevator, take note. You don't want to be the dork standing there pushing the button 10 times before you give up and hear them tell you again when you go to complain.
I read some complaints about noise issues. I found this to be one of the quietest places I've stayed downtown. I was in a back room (just a view of some kind of odd brick atrium) but I heard almost no street or internal noise. I'm used to hearing lots of sirens and doors slamming at most downtown hotels. The staff can probably recommend quieter rooms if that's important to you.
A small but item-of-note that I liked was that the TVs act like "real TVs". Most hotels have an annoying lag when changing channels and always start back up on the "hotel channel". These TVs flip through channels quickly and start back up on the last channel you were watching. It's a small thing but I like it...
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- Club Quarters Hotel in Washington DC is located on Farragut Square, two blocks from the White House, and a short walk to all monuments and museums. Club Quarters hotels provide contemporary, efficient accommodations in an inviting, club-like atmosphere. Innovative and complimentary features include free, fast WiFi in guest rooms and throughout the hotel, our Club Living Room - a lounge area for socializing, relaxing or working with computer work stations and wireless network printing, free, chilled purified water stations with refillable bottles located throughout the hotel, and an easy-to-use and understand Guest Loyalty Program. ... more less
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