Fairfield Inn & Suites Washington, D.C./Downtown is a wonderful property for families with kids to stay. The hotel is perfect if you’re visiting the Library of Congress, Jefferson Memorial and National Air and Space Museum. A few other attractions include the Arlington National Cemetery and Vietnam Veterans Memorial. This 3-star hotel has 198 guest rooms and suites; it also has a fitness center. Fairfield Inn & Suites Washington dining options include onsite restaurant, room service and free continental breakfast. Chop’t, Italian Store and Me Jana are all family-friendly restaurants that are also worth looking at and are near the hotel.
Fairfield Inns and Suites are budget-priced hotels with more than 600 locations worldwide. The hotels provide comfortable rooms, with suites featuring separate bedroom and living areas. Complimentary hot breakfast and WiFi are often features of the hotels. Read more about Fairfield Inns and Suites.
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- Clean and comfortable
- Convenient location
- Great place to stay
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
First time to stay here. Everyone so friendly. A good location. Breakfast was good, lots of choices. We had a nice corner unit. Room always clean we we got back in from out and about. We would stay here again.
Stayed here for a weekend visit with grown daughters. One was flying in and one took the train so ease of arrival via public transportation was a must. This place fit the bill. Just a couple minutes’ walk from the metro. Lots of eating places around the hotel. It is officially in the Chinatown area so of course lots of great Asian restaurants but many other types within walking distance too. The hotel has a restaurant but we didn’t try it. The room was very clean and well appointed and the housekeeping was excellent. Beds comfortable. The breakfast was one of the best “free breakfast” bars that we’ve experienced. Eggs, bacon, sausage, yogurt, fruit, pastries, bagels, etc. And the staff.....couldn’t have been better. Roll that all into the very reasonable price and I’d say without a doubt that if staying in DC again, this would be my go to place. As far as sightseeing, about a 15 minute walk to the mall, portrait gallery is about 5 minutes away and as I mentioned, the metro is right there for more distant places. We did use a Lyft to go to Georgetown which cost us about $10. Highly recommend this hotel.