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I think determining your values when you book a hotel is important. So, if you value a clean room and a good bed, this is the place for you! But if you want any extras, like a luggage stand, a continental breakfast, additional services of...More
OK, if you're going to stay in the capital city of the US, then you should expect to pay for quality. There's no getting away from it. There are plenty of more expensive and better served hotels elsewhere in the city. The Architect is a...More
My husband and I needed a reasonably priced hotel for one night in DC and stayed at The Architect. The location is wonderful! Just a short walk to the White House and all major musuems.
The hotel has a very small reception area, but the...More
I spent one night at the Architect Hotel. Woke up the next morning with bed bug bites all over my arms and legs. I emailed the hotel to ask how they would rectify the situation and they didn't even take the time to reply. In...More
This is a long review. Skip to the very bottom for the conclusion. Spoiler alert: keep looking for another hotel.
What a wonderful location! Super cool, historical building, freshly painted. My 8th floor room had windows on 3 sides with long views of L and...More
USD 109 - USD 283 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi there, higher floors on the front of the building are quieter. We were on 8th or 9th Floor and it was OK. If possible look for rooms on higher floors and in the middle of the building, not on the sides, because on one... More
Hi there, higher floors on the front of the building are quieter. We were on 8th or 9th Floor and it was OK. If possible look for rooms on higher floors and in the middle of the building, not on the sides, because on one side you have a pub, and on the other an apartment building. Hope it helps. Cheers