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Metro Access – Two Blocks
Price Range – $204 Weekend to $295 Weekdays

The Bottom Line: The Hampton Inn is a convenient two block walk from the nearby Farragut metro station, and this makes getting around the D.C. area extremely easy. When compared to the St. Regis and The Quincy, which are also located in the Farragut neighborhood, the Hampton Inn is moderately priced, and it is the only option of the three to offer a pool on its property. It is also the only hotel to offer a complimentary breakfast, but it does not allow pets like the other two hotels. Of the hundreds of reviews available online, most are positive, as guests tend to appreciate the fact that this hotel was recently renovated and employs a helpful staff. However, some of the negative aspects that were noted include problems with air conditioning units and excessive street noise. The Hampton Inn is a moderately priced hotel for the area, so it may be a good option for couples or young professionals that are traveling for work. An ideal location for the business traveler, the Farragut neighborhood is a short distance from the White House and has plenty of restaurants and happy hours available in the immediate vicinity.

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  • Metro Access – Two Blocks
  • Price Range – $204 Weekend to $295 Weekdays
  • Internet – Wired and wireless internet is free
  • Gym – Cardio machines, free weights, some weight machines
  • Parking – Valet only, daily fee of $35.00
  • Shuttle to Airport – No shuttle
  • Breakfast – Free buffet cold and hot items
  • Smoking Status – Non-smoking property wide
  • Pool – Indoor
  • Rooms – Standard only, 1 king, 2 queens (or 2 doubles)
  • Restaurants in Hotel – No restaurant
  • Pets – No pets allowed

Common Positive Remarks

  • Recently renovated
  • In-room coffee maker
  • Helpful staff

Common Hangups

  • Street noise
  • Limited breakfast selection
  • Problems with air conditioning units