This is a boutique hotel with an intimate lobby and a bright sitting room. When I checked in at 3PM my room was not ready but I only had to wait 5 minutes. I received room which must have recently been painted and there was still a faint scent of fresh paint. The room was very large. The bed was comfortable with lots of usable pillows. They even put earplugs in the room to help with the city noise. I had a view of the convention center from one side of the room and a view of the internal courtyard from the other set of windows. The bathroom was nice but lacked a pull out makeup mirror. There was shampoo, conditioner, lotion, a shower cap, mending kit and shoe buff in the bathroom. I was surprised that the towels were a bit on the thin size but they did include three bath towels, three hand towels and three washcloths. Internet access is free. The room had a flat screen tv. Overall I would stay here again happily.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Escape the monotony of standard chain hotels. Discover a retreat that blends historic luxury and gracious service with the modern comforts today's traveler expects. A member of the prestigious Historic Hotels of America, The Henley Park Hotel was originally an apartment building named the Tudor Hall, a grand residence favored by senators, congressmen and other notables of Washington society. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Henley Park Hotel
- Henley Park Washington Dc