The hotel is in the best location in DC. But above all, the friendliness & courtesy of all staff was superb
.It was a convenient location during a visit to the capital and near union Station for easy travel
Friendly staff, rooms were clean and updated. Close to transportation and sites.
We really appreciated the spaciousness of the bathroom. We liked the walk-in shower and the absence of a tub. Having a built in bench in the shower is a nice touch for those who might need to use it. We also liked the long shelf in the bathroom that could be used for whatever you want such as toiletry ...
Loved the view from the room. The large window made the room feel so much bigger. Liked having the sofa bed.
Love the location! It would be nice if you didn’t have to valet and then walk down the alley to an elevator hallway then go up to find the check-in desk.
Always a pleasure to stay here. Beautiful hotel and close to the sites to see.
small but clean and has all features good location
We were given the worst rooms in the property. First a very small room ( did not have drawers for our clothes) where the air conditioning did not work. We where then moved to something like a converted store room, the woest room I ever saw in a Holiday Inn hotel. The reason for such poor rooms: we ...
Supreme Court of the United States is located in a historic area of Washington known for its notable monuments and top museums. The neighborhood is home to 172 hotels and other accommodations, so you can find something that works for your stay.
There are 228 hotels and other accommodations within a mile of Supreme Court of the United States, including these picks:
Now that you've visited Supreme Court of the United States, you can explore the sights within a couple miles of the area.
Study the collections at National Air and Space Museum, International Spy Museum, or National Museum of Natural History. While you're exploring, swing by National Mall, Washington Monument, and White House to learn a bit about the area. You can catch a show at Ford's Theater, Warner Theatre, and National Theatre.
United States Capitol and Capital One Arena are both worth a visit while you're checking out the area. You might also stop by National Museum of American History, located 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Supreme Court of the United States, or Nationals Park which is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) away.
With so many transportation options, seeing the area around Supreme Court of the United States is a breeze. Walk to nearby metro stations like Rhode Island Ave. Station, Brookland-CUA Station, and Gallaudet U Station. If you're taking a train into town, Washington Union Station is the closest stop to Northeast.
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