Days Inn Connecticut Ave

4400 Connecticut Avenue, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20008, United States
#67 of 170 hotels in Washington D.C.
Bad (2.0 out of 5.0) 7 reviews
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Look elsewhere ! !

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 8, 2012

After all the extra "fine print" charges, my $220.00 bill quickly turned into a $300.00 bill ! The charges to just simply park at the hotel per day were ridiculous.
Every spoken word, noise and snore from those around us could easily be heard through the walls.
The hotel had a moldy / musky odor.
No breakfast.
The staff was not friendly at all.

I could go on and on and . . .

Unique Quality: Good location.

Bed Bugs

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 22, 2010

Me and my husband have never been to DC, we thought we would take a trip to visit our capital. My husband wanted a king size room but i figured since we where going all out we would get a sweet. We arrived at dullas airprt late at night and when we arrived at the days in we met a gentlemen named ceasar he was very rude and seemed very annoyed that he was an employee there he continued working on the computer as if we where not standing right in front of him, upon asking him why we where waiting he said "give me a minuteim working on something" he than gave us our room key and we went to bed. We than woke up and my husband asked me why i had bumps on my face i then noticed that i had been bitten by bed bugs so we than approached the front desk and told them our problem, they tha introduced us to there general manager fatiha, she offered us a free night stay but why would we want onther stay at a bug invested hotel. They than told us take it or leave it. We where very unsatisified, and very itchy, dont stay at the days inn connecticut ave.

Unique Quality: None, besides ibrahime he was a good front desk agent he tried his best to make us happy

Directions: slums

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Days Inn

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 21, 2009

Back in June 2009 I stayed in this hotel for a few days while I was apartment-hunting in the District. I picked this hotel because of the unbeatable price (it had an offer of US$69 plus taxes per night via, no breakfast but wifi included) and the location (one block from the Van Ness metro station).
The staff was nice and helpful, and the rooms were OK. However, the lack of breakfast and the problems with the wifi connection in the room make this hotel an unlikely option at its regular fare (US$139 plus taxes per night). So, if you are looking for something cheap and this hotel happens to have discounts as the one mentioned, take it!

Unique Quality: Very helpful staff!!

Directions: One block from the Van Ness metro station

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If you want to be near people who live in DC

by written on October 31, 2005

Since I live in DC, I haven't stayed at this hotel....However, it is very convenient as it is near the Van Ness Metro and various restaurants while being a short metro-ride away from the Washington Mall and other DC sights. The neighborhood's also safe as the whole street is full of apartments (mine being one of them :-)

Cheap, But Kinda Yucky

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 1, 2005

Wasington DC is an expensive city to stay in and this is a budget hotel with reasonable prices. Unfortunately, that's about all this place has going for it. The worst thing about this hotel is that it was dirty, and by dirty I mean that the hallways hadn't been vacuumed in ages, there were piles of trash by the elevator, and I was literally afraid to walk on the carpet in our room barefoot. Another minus here was the clientele. The hotel was full of drunk, partying college students on 2 of the 4 nights that we were there and we were frequently woken up in the middle of the night by doors slamming and yelling. There is also no place to eat breakfast anywhere near this place other than the Burger King next door, so getting up in the morning and driving someplace is essential if you don't want to eat there. They do offer on site parking, but at an additional charge of $10 per night. Also, this hotel is not really that close to the downtown so if you want to see the attractions you will have to have a car or walk 2 blocks from the hotel to the Metro Station.

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Days Inn Connecticut Ave

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 4, 2004

The Days Inn is one of the least expensive hotels in the city, but it still charges $89 a night + $15 in taxes + 11.50 per day for parking! It is located on Connecticut Ave, just 150 yards from Van Ness Metro Station and immediately beside Avis and Schlotzskys Deli.

The hotel was very noisy. We could hear the neighboring rooms hanging clothes in the closet and doing other things you shouldn't be able to hear in a good hotel.

The rooms are also very small and nothing special. Just a Queen bed, two chairs, and a dresser.

Hotel did let us keep our car in their lot until 3pm the day we checked out, making it easy to do some sightseeing that afternoon.

Unique Quality: Choose this hotel if you want a good location at an OK price, but are not concerned about the amenities!

Directions: Just north of Van Ness Station.

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Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 20, 2004

My family stays at this hotel when they come to visit me. It's not the best accomodations, but the price can't be beat. You can get a decent room for less than $100 a night. Although the hotel is not downtown, it's a block away from the VanNess Metro stop on the Red Line, which is really convenient. It's also the closest, reasonably priced hotel near American University.

Unique Quality: Hotel staff were very accomodating when my family needed to keep their car parked in the hotel garage after they checked out. It's $10 a day to park, which is cheaper than a public garage or lot.

Directions: VanNess/UDC

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Address: 4400 Connecticut Avenue, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20008, United States

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