Opened in January 2005, the first Native American-owned Marriott is located four blocks south of the new National Museum of the American Indian and was built with the same limestone exterior. Inside, you’ll find large suites with full kitchens (but uninspired decor) and good service. The hotel is especially family friendly; staff can configure four-bedroom suites and there are books and games available in the lobby. Ask for a room on one of the upper floors to escape the noise from nearby train tracks and construction. The surrounding area has few restaurants, so unless you plan to cook, you’ll want to eat before returning to the hotel.
|Venue name:||Residence Inn by Marriott Capitol||Contact:|
333 E St SW
|Cross street:||between 3rd and 4th Sts|
|Transport:||Federal Center SW Metro|