Time Out says
One of DC’s newest hotels proves that the tiny living movement isn’t reserved solely for homes. The venue’s micro-rooms are just 150-square-feet each and do a great job at maximizing the living space with bunk beds and under-bed storage made easier by the use of hardwood floors rather than carpeting. Crimson, the retro diner that operates on the first floor, is owned by local brothers and restaurateurs Ian and Eric Hilton, who also run the whiskey bar, coffee shop and rooftop bar affiliated with the diner.
Time Out tip: The extras offered here go way beyond what hotels normally offer, including free weekend walking tours of the neighborhood, access to nearby fitness centers, classes and co-working space.