I stayed at the hotel in September for the price of $250+ per night, it is the dirtiest and filled-with-holes room I have ever stayed in. When I walked into a room at 10pm, the binds were wide opened facing garbage can in the back alley. The room is in full view of all passerby (which there were), but this is just the beginning of a very uncomfortable night. First scary thing is that the door's peek hole is A HOLE stuffed with tissue paper. Anyone from outside could pull out the tissue paper and look inside the room. Can the hotel not able to afford a complete door? Apparently they can't afford walls neither. There are more holes right on the wall just outside the washroom, I can hear people on the other side, how am I suppose to feel safe? Then the washroom, first it's the door (yes another door) has no lock and barely a handle, which is not a surprise since this sliding door does not a sit on a track nor does it shuts against the wall. It seems like they've built the washroom without thinking of a need for a door, then just added a lid over the opening. Then whoever comes up with the idea to put the shower head and shampoo on opposite side, should never experience warm water for life. Trying to find shampoo behind me with water in my face is an unnecessary awkward arrangement that I didn't ask for. Then everything just got worse. The towels were sitting right below a vent filled with years of dust. I am not sure if the vent is working or not, but I didn't bet and used my own towel. But I have to dry my hair somehow, so I went for the hair dryer, that was a mistake. The hair dryer bag was stained, I don't want to know with what, but it's filthy. But I stilled wanted dry hair for sleeping so I braved it. Yet, the hair dryer was sticky, I mean, have to wash my hands with soap type of stickiness. I just gave up and decided it wet hair was not that bad after all. As I pulled back the blanket on the bed, shells (of uneaten nuts) came out. At this point I am speechless. I slept on the chair for the night, with creaking sound of the floor board going on all night. You might wonder why I didn't complaint to the front desk right away. Well, that's because the front desk person was rude and unhelpful from the start. When I was at the check in, the person had trouble finding my reservation although I have booked and prepaid. Then when he found my reservation, he insisted that I put down deposit for incidentals, although I had previously confirmed that was unnecessary. When I tried to talked some sense into him, I just got a broken record of this is the policy and if I didn't like it I could cancel. I had an early flight to catch and I don't think the front desk is capable of offering any help. I stayed there because I heard that it was a nice a heritage hotel. In reality, I have had better room at Motel 6. There are many nice hotels around the area of comparable price. Please don't stay there if you want a comfortable shower or sleep. …
The room was very clean and spacious. The front desk was very helpful as always. The location is excellent! You can walk down Connecticut Avenue and you are close to everything. We have stayed here a few times and they never disappoint. We look forward to returning.
I just stayed 5 nights in The Churchill Hotel. It was an absolutely great experience. From check in with Mr. Gerard which was very informative and super friendly. He had already taken notice of my requests and my room was ready. Historical hotel, very beautiful and very nice rooms with good aircon, coffeemaking facilities, fridge, iron etc. The hotel is in a perfect location for walking to all restaurants, sightseeing etc. Metro station is near and also the hop on hop off bus if you like to use that. Everything went smooth and all employees were very helpfull. I will definitely stay here again.
We had a need to upgrade our room last minute and they were extremely helpful. Additionally, our room was clean, elegant and comfortable. Our neighborhood was safe & we had easy access to good food and nightlife. We have a few more trips ahead of us going to DC and we plan on booking our stay there if possible.
Second time at this Hotel. Room was very nice and l and large. I would have given it 4 stars but for the size of the bathroom. I had a junior suite and the description of the bathroom is not accurate. It is very small. Other than that a great stay.
The staff is ultra friendly & helpful. Sereke is a gem! Irma is lovely and the others who’s names I didn’t get were equally nice. It has a family feel and luckily it’s not a standard hotel. I had a fabulous time. The only thing I would have changed is a kettle in the room instead of a coffee maker. I’m a tea drinker & coffee flavour in tea is yucky.
This hotel exceeded my expectations and location is great near embassies and Georgetown. Fitsum, Herly and Dolores went above and beyond during check-out! I would wholeheartedly recommend it to others
Great value. Excellent location just a few blocks from Dupont metro. Good dining options around. Stayed for one night 21/22 September. If you have business in Georgetown to do, that's a way better area to stay in. I wish there were coffee machines in rooms but other than that, I love the kitschy but fancy decor! Spacious room.
This was a really well run hotel with lovely staff. Decor is tasteful, and everything seemed to just work. Location is great with loads of restaurants, shops and the metro within easy walking distance, and the zoo is practically over the road. Highly recommended
I am not a super picky customer. I like to have a clean room, comfortable bed, reasonable pillows that is quiet. This exceeded all of my expectations. It is located between Woodley Park and Dupont Circle METRO stations. You can walk to several trendy neighborhoods with great restaurants. I had a Junior suite. The room was spacious and very comfortable. The bed was very comfortable. My room was very quiet without any road noise. The service was friendly. My only minor issue is the coffee down in the lobby