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Washington Marriott Wardman Park

1,367 reviews
+1 202-328-2000

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center

Modern Rooms in the Heart of DC at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park

What Does a Washington Marriott Wardman Park Room Include?

With over 1,000 spacious, modern rooms at this Washington D.C. hotel, this historic property offers guests a variety of choices. The rooms are recently renovated and offer travelers a comfortable escape in the heart of the city, and though their contemporary and stylish decor may vary, all have either garden or residential views, a wet bar, and flat-screen TVs with premium channels and video game consoles. A free daily paper may be enjoyed over a cup of tea or coffee thanks to the in-room facilities, and WiFi is available for a fee.

What Amenities/Features are Available?

The hotel features a swanky steakhouse, a low-key coffeehouse and gourmet deli, and a casual English pub-inspired eatery. There are multiple meeting spaces, a ballroom, and a 24/7 fitness center with a sauna. WiFi is free in all public areas, and guests in concierge level rooms may enjoy a private lounge where complimentary breakfast, hors d'oeuvres, and other treats are served.

How Much Will a Stay at Washington Marriott Wardman Park Cost?

Well-priced among Washington D.C. hotels, rates for this property begin at $129 for a standard double room.

What’s There to Do Nearby?

The Smithsonian National Zoo is a 7-minute walk from the hotel, and entry is free. Adams Morgan, a trendy neighborhood full of diverse restaurants, bars and boutique shops, and Dupont Circle, known for its nightlife, are also a short walk away.

Can I Bring My Dog to the Washington Marriott Wardman Park?

Pets are allowed for a non-refundable sanitation fee of $50.00.

What's the Bottom Line?

Perfect for families and business travelers alike, the central location and spacious rooms are hard to beat. It's a welcome retreat in the heart of D.C.

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    Woodley Park
    2660 Woodley Road NW
    Washington, DC 20008
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    User Highlights
    Overall Guest Score
    Wellness Area
    "Spa services on site" "Large fitness room"
    top-notch fitness area, thought 100%.
    "Close to Regan National Airport" "Great restaurants for dinners"
    Near to public transport, according to 100%.
    97% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
    "Cleaning staff superb" "Concierge room which was fantastic"
    90% found the staff to be very friendly.
    64% said the reception staff was ok.
    "Excellent breakfest" "Fabulous breakfast"
    Breakfast prices were ok, according to 61%.
    "Beautiful pool" "Lovely pool"
    "Public areas really neat" "Rooms super clean"
    Only 68% said rooms were clean enough.
    84% thought it was clean.
    "Decor was classy" "HUGE business center"
    65% thought the building was acceptable.
    50% considered the lobby entrance to be so-so.
    "Excellent water pressure" "AC didn't work"
    Only 68% said rooms were clean enough.
    Beds were acceptable for 66%.
    "Excellent ambiance" "Building a bit old"
    67% criticized the unstylish hotel.
    50% considered the lobby entrance to be so-so.
    "Terrible internet" "Had to pay for wifi"
    58% thought it was overpriced.
    61% said the wifi quality was bad.
    Value for money
    "The restaurants were a little pricey" "Hotel parking was not included"
    58% thought it was overpriced.
    Breakfast prices were ok, according to 61%.

    Good to know...

    Close to public transport
    Parking is rare
    Relatively high internet cost
    Wonderful sightseeing
    Expert Reviews
    Rough Guide
    Woodley Park’s historic monument manages to be the largest hotel in DC, with two pools, a health club and restaurants bristling with cracking staff.
    Tucked away in a leafy residential neighborhood near the National Zoo, D.C.'s biggest hotel is a blur of conventioneers -- huge meetings are its bread and butter.
    This historic fixture on the D.C. lodging scene offers a modern wing, where contemporary rooms are done with splashes of bright color, or the lower-key 1918 Wardman Tower.