Our Waldorf MD hotel offers a microwave and refrigerator in each room and free hot breakfast, wifi, parking & laundry facilities with each stay! Our pool is salt water. 15 minutes to the Branch Ave Metro Stop to see DC sites!
Our hotel has a great location in the historic district of Old Town close to the waterfront and just minutes from King Street Shopping, terrific dining and all major attractions including the Torpedo Factory. Relax in the large indoor/outdoor pool after a day of visiting the museums, cultural attractions and national landmarks in DC, which is only a few miles away.
The Willard is known as the Crown Jewel of Pennsylvania Avenue. The hotel has been the center of the social and political life in Washington DC since it first opened in 1818. We are located two blocks from the White House and are internationally known as one of the best Washington DC hotels.
This is a great example of an older hotel that can be updated into a modern, and comfortable, facility. The bed was very comfortable, the room was extremely clean and updated. The bathroom was[More]
spotless and shower worked wonderfully. Airport shuttle operated on time and with courteous staff. Fitness center had basic equipment, but was in good condition with nice view of the pool. [Less]
Located near the mall so you can see the monuments, tour museums and stroll back to your room to rest or visit the Round Robin and savor a refreshment. Truly treated like ROYALTY. Fantastic views and[More]
supreme service/attention to customer (treated more like true GUEST service). Outstanding experience in every way. Kristen Garrett, Guest Relations Manager, took the time to personally inquire as to our experience soon after check-in and during our stay. We could not have written a scenario of a better stay. Expectations are high when you stay at a "top rated" establishment so the slightest issue can be disappointing and we were satisfied beyond our high expectations. A friend who had recently stayed elsewhere in D.C., commented that he had seen the Willard and commented that we had gone "FIRST CLASS". I told him that until you actually stay at the Willard you can't really appreciate the FIRST CLASS experience of staying in D.C. [Less]