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Georgetown Suites

At a Glance

    Pros

  • spacious rooms
  • good choice for a family that wants to spread out

    Cons

  • parking can be challenging
  • not a lot of character or style

Fodorite Reviews

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Georgetown Suites Review

These suites of varying sizes, all with fully equipped kitchens and separate sitting rooms, are a bit worn but a welcome break from standard hotel rooms and provide plenty of space in a top location. Lodgings are spread over two buildings a block apart and come with Continental breakfast and other perks—including free gym, free local calls, and discounted tickets to a nearby movie theater.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 1000 29th St. NW, Georgetown, Washington, DC 20007 | Map It
  • Phone: 202/298–7800; 800/348–7203
  • Website:
  • Metro Foggy Bottom/GWU.
  • Location: Georgetown

    Hotel Details

  • 216 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 06-05-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Home away from home

    Our suite at the Georgetown Suite was just like having an apartment in Georgetown. My daughters went nuts that it was right out of the '80s, but I must have been left in the '80s too because I thought it was great! We had a one bedroom apartment that I could live in. The couch in the living room pulled out to a queen sized bed, there was a 4 person dining table, and a kitchen that included a microwave, dishwasher, full size fridge, stove and all the dishes and cooking things you would need.

    The separate bedroom has a king bed with very nice bedding and a second flat screen TV mounted on the wall.

    The hotel provides a great breakfast with everything a traveler could want. We missed the first morning, not being prepared to get up by 10 on our first morning from the west coast.

    The hotel is in a great location for exploring Georgetown and all of the shopping and restaurants at your finger tips.

    Secure parking is underground for an additional $20 per day.

    by Grassshopper, 9/21/08

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