The Howard Johnson Express Inn - Washington is located 12 to 20 minutes away from the White House by vehicle.
In this hotel, pets are allowed for $7 per pet, per night. Smoking rooms are available. There are two floors with 53 rooms.
Each room includes air conditioning, a coffeemaker, a mini-fridge, a hair dryer, a clock radio, free Wi-Fi, a safe, and cable TV with premium channels. Also included is either two double beds or a king bed depending on the room.
In the Howard Johnson Express Inn - Washington, breakfast is served free each morning. Self-parking on site is free.
For the guests' needs, there is a 24-hour front desk, business services, and a safe at the front desk. The lobby has a microwave.
Some places that guest's staying at the Howard Johnson Express Inn - Washington may want to visit include Arlington National Cemetery, which is 12 minutes away by car, the Washington Monument, which is 12 minutes away by car, and the Lincoln Memorial, which is also 12 minutes away by car.
The Supreme Court of the US is 8 minutes away by car, while the Verizon Center is 7 minutes away by car, and the Atlas Theatre is 6 minutes away by car. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is 15 minutes away by car. (All transportation time estimates sourced from Google Maps)
Overall, it seems that most guests did not have many good things to say about the Howard Johnson Express Inn - Washington, in the reviews sourced for this analysis. On many aspects of the hotel, reviews were mixed.
Many guests described their rooms as clean and comfortable. Most people's complaints were related to other issues with the hotel. However, there were some issues with bugs (see below for more details).
There were several complaints about the location (see below for more details). However, some reviewers liked its proximity to metro access and area attractions.
The majority of guests who stayed at the Howard Johnson Express Inn - Washington made it clear that they were not satisfied.
Guests had varied opinions regarding the staff. Some guests reported that they were friendly, while others claimed that the staff were rude and unhelpful.
Many guests found the value of the hotel to be debatable. Some guests felt that for a short stay, the hotel is worth the money it costs, while others decided that there were too many issues to justify the cost.
Many guests reported various insects, such as silverfish and cockroaches, in the bedding or on the floor.
Many guests complained about the noise from the nearby train. These guests claimed that the train makes noise periodically, every 20 minutes or so. They also said that in addition to the noise, the room also shakes. Other guests mentioned that the nearby busy street only adds to the noise.
Many guests were not satisfied with the breakfast, as they said the food offered was stale, unhealthy, and lacked variation.
Many guests saw the area as unsafe, with many questionable individuals.
Expedia.com guests rated this hotel 2.7 out of 5 and 48% of guests recommended it based on 196 reviews.
Hotels.com guests rated this hotel 2.9 out of 5 based on 170 reviews.
TripAdvisor.com ranked this hotel #117 of 126 Washington D.C. hotels, with an average rating of 2 out of 5 based on 97 reviews.