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The Eldon Luxury Suites

3-star3 stars
933 L Street NW, Washington, DC, 20001, United States of America

Comfortable aparthotel with kitchen, near Walter E. Washington Convention Center
  • Free WiFi
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Location
Great location
Service
Fantastic service
Room
Great room
Comfort
Comfortable

The Eldon Luxury Suites

from £100
  • Suite, 1 Queen Bed with Sofa bed, Non Smoking
  • Standard Room, 1 Queen Bed with Sofa bed, Non Smoking

What’s around The Eldon Luxury Suites

Landmarks

  • In Downtown Washington D.C.
  • Walter E. Washington Convention Center (6-minute walk)
  • Ford's Theater (11-minute walk)
  • International Spy Museum (12-minute walk)
  • Capital One Arena (14-minute walk)
  • White House (17-minute walk)
  • National Museum of Natural History (19-minute walk)
  • National Mall (21-minute walk)

Getting around

  • Washington, DC (DCA-Ronald Reagan Washington National) 17-min drive
  • Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington Intl. Thurgood Marshall) 46-min drive
  • Washington, DC (IAD-Washington Dulles Intl.) 40-min drive
  • College Park, MD (CGS) 30-min drive
  • Fort Meade, MD (FME-Tipton) 36-min drive
  • Gaithersburg, MD (GAI-Montgomery County Airpark) 48-min drive
  • Manassas, VA (MNZ-Manassas Regional) 57-min drive
  • Washington Union Station 24-min walk
  • Alexandria Station 24-min drive
  • New Carrollton Station 25-min drive
  • 7th St. Convention Center Station 6-min walk
  • McPherson Sq. Station 10-min walk
  • Center Station 11-min walk

At a glance

Key facts

Size

  • 50 apartments
  • Arranged over 10 floors

Arriving/leaving

  • Check-in time starts at 4 PM
  • Check-out time is 11 AM

Required at check-in

  • Credit card or cash deposit required

  • Government-issued photo ID required

Travelling with others

Pets

  • Pets not allowed

Internet

  • Free WiFi in public areas

  • Free WiFi in rooms

Transport

Parking

  • Self parking *

Payment types at the property

Other information

  • Smoke-free property
* See small print for additional details or extra charges

At the aparthotel

Food and drink
  • Continental breakfast daily (surcharge)
Working away
  • Business centre
  • Computer station
Services
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Front desk (limited hours)
  • Concierge services
  • Tours/ticket assistance
  • Luggage storage
Facilities
  • Number of buildings/towers - 1
  • Lift
  • Television in common areas
Languages Spoken
  • English
  • Filipino
  • Indonesian
  • Spanish

In the apartment

Home comforts
  • Air conditioning
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Slippers
  • Iron/ironing board
Sleep well
  • Sofa bed
  • Premium bedding
Things to enjoy
  • In-room massage available
  • Separate dining area
  • Separate sitting area
Freshen up
  • Private bathroom
  • Shower only
  • Free toiletries
  • Hair dryer
Be entertained
  • 32-inch flat-screen TV
  • Satellite TV channels
Stay connected
  • Free WiFi
  • Phone
Food and drink
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Kitchen
  • Stovetop
  • Cookware, dishware and utensils
  • Dishwasher
More
  • Daily housekeeping
  • In-room safe

The Eldon Luxury Suites’s small print

Also known as

  • Eldon Luxury Suites Aparthotel Washington
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Policies

Construction is underway at a neighbouring building and there may be noise disturbance from the construction work.

Mandatory fees

You’ll be asked to pay the following charges at check-in or check-out:

  • Resort fee: USD 20.00 per accommodation, per night

Resort fee inclusions:

  • In-room safe
  • In-room coffee

Inclusions may be listed elsewhere on the page as free or for a surcharge.

Optional extras

Self-parking costs USD 40.00 per night

Continental breakfast is offered for an extra charge of USD 6.00 per person (approximately)

We have included all charges provided to us by this property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the unit you book.

Most helpful reviewsReviews are sorted based on what customers found most helpful and our recommendations

Very good 8.0 From 523 reviews

Very good 8.0
Positives: We paid through Expedia $237 per night for each of our 2 hotel rooms for the 3 day stay. Very clean, but some of the wood wall paneling had some damage and some bulbs were inconsistent in the room. Fine for me, as cleanliness is more important than aesthetics, but they are nice rooms & bed was comfy as was the pillows (they provided 2 types on the bed (4 total), 1 pillow more firm, the other thinner & less firm). The floors, everywhere, is a very nice marble which helps keep things looking clean! This is probably the first hotel room that I've ever felt comfortable walking around barefoot in. The room had a full kitchen, with pans, silverware, etc. For all this, I'd expect these things for $237 per night. They offered us a free upgrade from our 2 hotel rooms to a large suite with 3 bedrooms for our 1st night of multiple days. Negatives: The last day there we had no hot water, in either of the 2 hotel rooms we had, no one was at front desk to answer our call, we had to rush to get out by 11:00 checkout time so we had to take room temperature cold showers. I would ask they train up their desk people to be a little more knowledgeable on local stuff, because we asked for assistance for using the train but they had no advice other than to go online and look it up. As mentioned prior, a very small amount of the wood paneling was coming undone from the wall, not really noticeable. The elevator outside the room was annoying with squeaking.
DetroitInDC, usOther trip
Fair 4.0
Would never stay again.
Parking was awful little lot for 40 bucks a day and you just leave your keys with the front desk so they can move the car, they will actually leave the front desk unattended to deal with parking. When asking for our car keys they had them in an unorganized pile and couldn't find them. Their continental breakfast is a joke. 5 bucks a person extra will get you stale bagels and lukewarm orange juice. Not even a piece of fresh fruit in sight. Also, the breakfast area was disgusting with the attendant apparently too busy to clean up or do dishes. The elevator broke while we were there so we had to huff up 8 flights of stairs which I would say isn't the fault of the staff, but there were no notices left anywhere so we had to figure it out on our own. The floor in the room was so dusty that my black socks were white. You could see the cobwebs on the wood paneling in the room. The cleaning crew didn't replace our one coffee packet so no coffee the second morning for us. The information in the booklet was out of date regarding tv channels, we gave up on figuring out how it worked. The bed was uncomfortable, I ended up sleeping on the couch bed because it was more comfortable than the actual mattress. The room was not tech friendly with outlets being super far away from any furniture. No ramps for handicap accessibility or rolling luggage.My biggest issue is that the cleaning crew touched my dirty clothes. Not just touched, but folded. They FOLDED my DIRTY clothes. Yuck.
us2 night family trip
Very good 8.0
Great hotel, great location.
Hotel is 1 1/2 blocks from the Mt. Vernon metro rail station on the yellow line, making is so easy to get around DC (from this stop, you can go directly to the national mall, and Reagan National Airport with no switching). Hotel room itself is spacious, very clean and quite nice. It presents as quite fancy, but a closer look reveals that some of the finishes are rather cheap, workmanship is just ok, and some things need a little work (there was obvious water damage on our bedroom ceiling, and oddly a gouge hole in the middle of our ceiling). However, it is very clean and the room was more like a good size apartment - kitchen was awesome. Bed was very comfortable, though sheets were thin. The pull out bed was pretty lumpy, but we only used it to watch tv, not to sleep. A noise maker or ear plugs and eye covering is a must, as construction going on directly next door (which starts at 7 am) and blinds are vertical and sorta bent which lets in a good deal of light. The front desk was helpful but not overly friendly. We did not eat breakfast at hotel. There is an amazing cafe on the same block (but around corner) as hotel, and a CVS. Also, Marriott across the street has several restaurants - we ate at the sports bar there one night, which had delicious food for a sports bar (not just burgers, more upscale and interesting). Overall, I was very pleased with our experience. I felt quite safe in the neighborhood and at the hotel. I would definitely stay again!
usOther trip
Very good 8.0
Boutique hotel, luxury not so much
A friend and I chose to stay here based on great reviews and its location literally across the street from the convention center. What the reviews didn't say was that it's a very...boutique experience. Check in and front desk: Luggage was stored in the breakfast room just inside the front door. Upon check in we were also charged the entire bill - first night and remaining nights as two charges, PLUS a $150 incidentals (which thankfully was removed on checkout). My credit card could handle it, but I was quite surprised. Did they expect us to slip out and not confirm a final bill on checkout? Room: The suite itself had lovely marble floors and a very Orient themed vessel sink. The queen bed and sofa bed were both comfortable. Toiletries were decent and there were enough towels. However, my friend did use a supposedly clean towel which was both damp and contained a hair...hopefully one which got caught during the washing process. They provide plenty of dishes and a roomy fridge as well as coffee and cleaning supplies. Note that you'll receive a third of a sponge (cut through the package). Extras: Breakfast was solid - cereal, toast, pastries, hard cooked eggs, and a Peet's coffee machine that brewed lattes and such. Be swear that the breakfast costs $6 per person on top of the room charges, and there is a sign expecting guests to wash their own dishes (!!). Overall: Not bad for $189 a night in DC in such close proximity to the convention center.
Whitney, usOther trip
Very good 8.0
GIANT SUITES OVERCOME ISSUES
Continues as one of the best values in a city of very high prices, but has issues. First, the good. Two blocks from Metro station with 2 lines and only 15 minutes from DCA. Rapidly gentrifying area arising from decades of what was a slum, and it must be said as such. But that is in the past. Literally surrounded by construction which begins promptly at 7am, so be ready. Friendly but totally unknowing front desk as to the most simple of direction requests. What passes for a continental breakfast at $6.00 isn't worth even that price and the breakfast room is tiny. Go across the street to Marriott Marquise Hotel for Starbucks. Guest rooms, actually fully-equipped suites with a separate bedroom, are vast and intended for long-term stays. No carpeting anywhere on the tile floors. Approx 35 inch HD TV with excellent resolution. The A/C while adequate - not great - is very loud, and seems to have only one speed - fast. Don't expect to find much of the glory that is Washington anywhere in the area, or food or bars. Wait a few years for that. About 20 minute walk to historical areas, or take easily accessible Metro. But the value cannot be denied, just don't expect activity outside (except for construction workers and convention attendees).
O, usOther trip

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