We recently stayed for one night while touring nearby George Mason University. The room was more than adequate for our family of 5 (the sofa bed had a twin sized trundle underneath, which worked well for us but might not be as good for families...เพิ่มเติม
First, let me say, this was not bad. It has modern decor and was clean. The bed was comfortable, although the pillows were not my style. Feather, I think. It offers a free hot breakfast, which was fine. I think it is probably best suited...เพิ่มเติม
The hotel is new and the staff are so nice ; the breakfast was great , the room that we stayed had a sofa bed and was 20 min from Washington DC , great ...cost benefit .. the only thing was the Mattress from the...เพิ่มเติม
Spent 3 nights here. The beds were clean and comfortable. We had a sofa that made a twin bed with a trundle bed beneath, so lots of sleeping room. Everything was so clean! Our air worked great. It was quiet, which was amazing considering TWO...เพิ่มเติม
This hotel has been our go to when we visit my daughter at George Mason University. It is in the process of renovation. We got a newly renovated room. It was gorgeous! Great rates too! Staff is always very accommodating and helped us with a...เพิ่มเติม
In response to a review I wrote after a stay in 2014 in which I stated I thought the hotel was very appealing but that the beds were much to firm the management responded they were considering purchasing pillow top mattress covers and having them available for guests upon request. Was this ever initiated and if so can they be requested in advance when making a reservation?
Per my previous question, I am planning a long trip with family. We have two little children and want somewhere very comfortable, clean, and nice to stay.
We also need a comfortable pull out bed. Is this hotel recommended for a family of 4 or should I look at Residence inn.
Any advise would be greatly appreciated.