Residence Inn Washington Capitol Hill/Navy Yard
Check-out ends at: 11:00
1233 First Street SE Washington District Of Columbia 20003 USA - Washington, Washington - U.S - 20003
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Best in Class
Reviewed 17 january, 2023
One of the best Marriott Residence Inns. This hotel, located in the heart of the Navy Yard neighborhood of Washington DC, is a wonderful hotel in an amazing location. All of the rooms are recently renovated with wooden floors and nicely designed contemporary kitchens and dining areas. Likewise, the bathrooms are updated and sleek. The hotel meets Marriott standards of high levels of cleanliness and comfort. In addition, the staff is delightful and attentive. Kudos to Marriott for this outstanding hotel that provides an excellent guest experience.
Great location but the stink of weed really takes away from the hotel
Reviewed 4 december, 2022
My best friend and I stayed here for one night to attend Enchant at the stadium. I live in DC and have for many years, and she lives in MD. This hotel is a great location if you are attending something at the ballpark, easy walking distance and many places to eat located nearby. I did not check in but I was present at check out. The staff were fine but not pleasant. We attempted to contact them that evening from the phone to confirm the breakfast time and check out time but no one answered the phone and we called several times. This info was not given to us at check in and was not written anywhere on our check in card. The hotel lobby is nice, the room where you sit to eat breakfast has tons of seating. I liked that the elevators were very large, lots of room for luggage. Due to my friend’s status we got upgraded to a suite. It was huge, and had a full sized kitchen with all the appliances and everything stocked. It had two entirely separate rooms, and the kitchen area had a pull out couch and work area. Each room had it’s own TV. The room is surrounding by windows (not a great view but still nice), but the curtains do not split in either room and these are very long windows. It makes it hard to enjoy the view or pull either of the curtains. The room was modern an overall clean (except for a few crushed M and M’s in the bathroom). The sink area was very small. I liked that the shower had the handle to turn it on on one end and the shower head on the other end so that you could stand outside the shower and turn on the water. Unfortunately someone had pointed the shower head directly out of the shower and it got water all over the floor. I had to turn it off get back in and adjust it. There was no body lotion provided but there were makeup remover towels. There was an upgraded hair dryer not your typical hotel one. The front room had tons of lamps but the bedroom was very dim. They needed to move one or two of the lamps in there and maybe an arm chair. As two women who travel together a lot the room did not have two mirrors. Most hotels have a mirror outside of the bathroom near the desk. The only other mirror in the room is a full length mirror on the back of the bathroom door and there is zero light here and nothing next to it to put your things on. There is also no up close mirror in the bathroom and no fan it gets hot. The sheets were nice and the bed was comfy. There was some noise but it’s typical city noise. It’ within walking distance of the metro too. They have one of those eco type thermostats in the room and despite turning off the eco function I could not lower the temp below 65 degrees. And it was hot. It was a hot day in DC November to begin with 60 plus degrees outside but the bedroom was just hot, while the front room that had the thermostat in it was cooler. The breakfast ends at 10:30 which on a weekend was early for us. I hated the juice cups they were way too small. The food was average to below average. They had eggs, sausage patties that were hard as rocks, an English muffin sandwich which tasted like eating cardboard and lots of cereals and muffins (the muffins were good). But you can find something to eat. We got a late checkout due to my friends status but no other freebies. But the worst part of it all was the fact that the entire hotel smelled like weed. It was seeping into our room all night, it was in the hallways, in the elevators it was a huge turn off. Living in DC it is something you smell but this much? The hotel needs to enforce the no smoking policy.
Reviewed 19 september, 2022
Staff was very friendly upon entry and check in. You enter at street level and take an elevator to the lobby above. I was in town for a baseball game. This hotel is a 2 minute walk to Nationals Park. PERFECT LOCATION for that! Rooms are all suites, built for long term with cutlery, dishwasher, fridge, etc. full kitchen. Room was clean. Really great breakfast that’s free to you in the morning with your stay. No issues with this hotel. Price seems competitive with everywhere else in the city. Enjoy!
Residence Inn by Marriott Washington Capitol Hill/Navy Yard
Reviewed 18 september, 2022
Residence Inn by Marriott Washington Capitol Hill/Navy Yard on First Street in DC is a great place to stay that is in the middle of everything. I really like the location and everything that they have available here. The staff here is very accommodating and makes sure that you have everything that you need for the best stay.
Wonderful Stay for most things
Reviewed 31 august, 2022
I would definitely stay her again and I would recommend it. There's just 1 thing I would update, the beds. They were too firm for me, however all the amenities made up for it. Also the location was great. Yes it's out of the way a tiny bit. But hop on the metro which is a quick walk on the adjacent corner and you can go almost anywhere. The breakfast, the laundry, even their little market makes up for the beds, at least in my opinion.