2005 Columbia Rd NW
Washington, DC 20009-1310 US
Payment types accepted include Visa, Travelers Checks, American Express, Master Card, Discover and Cash.
The types of beds available include Double and Queen.
Circa 1889. Fall in love with this 1889 Patrician House gracing the heart of Washington, DC, located across the street from the Washington Hilton. American Guesthouse was completely renovated in 2005. The inn bed and breakfast is a ten-minute walk to Dupont Circle and the Metro Station. Many historic sites and attractions as well as the convention center are all easily accessible. Gorgeous guest bedrooms are elegantly furnished and many include a fireplace. Start each day with a complimentary breakfast full of healthy and delicious items. Enjoy free wi-fi access and gracious hospitality.Location: City/Urban, 5 miles from Reagan National Airport (DCA) and 1 mile from White House.
Meals Included in Rates: Afternoon Tea, Breakfast, These complimentary items are at your disposal, please help yourself anytime to cookies, tea, hot chocolate and coffee.
Types of meals: Early Coffee/Tea, Snacks/Refreshments, Afternoon Tea, Vegetarian Breakfast, Full Breakfast, Wine, Help yourself to tea, coffee, hot chocolate and cookies anytime.
Amenities In Room: Reading Lamps, Iron/Ironing Board, Clock Radio, Cable TV, Television, Ceiling Fans, Telephone, Wireless Internet Access, Bath Amenities, Voice Mail, Hair Dryer, Desk, Refrigerator, Air Conditioning and Central Air.
Amenities On Site: Copy Machine, Fireplace, Phone, Fax, PC, Television, Computers and VCR.
Business Traveler Amenities: Hair Dryer, Television, Internet Access, Gym Nearby, FAX On-site, Flexible Check in/out Times, Desk, Wireless Internet Access, Off-site Dry Cleaning Services, Iron/Ironing Board, Please ask and we will try accommodating.
Languages Spoken: Spanish, Portuguese, English
“Lucia and Claudio were wonderful and very helpful. The rooms are very clean and comfortable, and the inn is located in one of the best areas for shopping, walking and fantastic restaurants. If you don't do well on lots of stairs, be sure to ask for a room on one of the first levels. ”
— Elizabeth Alexander