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Bij binnenkomst zult u in eerste instantie vermoeden dat u in een nachtclub bent terechtgekomen. Met haar kleurrijke rode decor, fantasierijke kunstzinnige stijl, modern design en ouderwetse gastvrijheid is Hotel Rouge een karakteristiek hotel in Washington. De kamers zijn knus, maar zeer comfortabel.
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Deze kamers beschikken over WiFi, televisie, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, iHome Docking Station, strijkijzer en -plank, föhn. Volledig ingerichte badkamer. Zithoek.
Gelegen aan Embassy Row, nabij Dupont Circle.
Washington D.C., de hoofdstad van Amerika, heeft een unieke sfeer met gezellige wijken, parken en statige boulevards. De stad heeft een grote verscheidenheid aan musea, waarvan vele zelfs gratis zijn, die maken dat Washington een heerlijke stad is voor een kort verblijf.
"More Shredded that Sheik "
I joined my wife on the second night of her three night stay at the Kimpton Rouge Hotel. Once known for its sheik sometimes kinky decor, the Rouge is clearly in need of a deep clean and furniture update. Located just north of Massachusetts Avenue, its location is quieter than elsewhere but also just out of range of easy Metro walks and ready taxi routes. Staff is pleasant enough and their complementary afternoon happy hour is still a treat but other Kimpton locations in DC might be better options when available.
"Tired hotel, lots of extra charges"
Hotel is fine, location good. Ready for a facelift. Room was fairly clean. Extra charges added almost 30% to my bill. There is a daily 'resort charge' which is actually phone and internet (so no, the internet isn't free) and use of a Town Car in the morning Internet is poor Wasn't able to use the car service as I would have had to wait 45 mins even though I asked the night before and was told: "just come down" I thought the hotel was overpriced ($356/night plus all those extras) and I will go back to the Marriott Courtyard Embassy Row next time
"Not the best Kimpton hotel in town."
This hotel is part of the Kimpton group. We expected to stay in a trendy hotel with a nice atmosphere. Although the hotel is located in a quiet neighborhood close to Dupont Circle, the building is old and partially renovated. Our room located on 8th floor was large and nicely decorated with abundant touches of red. This color was also present in the lobby, corridors and even in elevators. As every other Kimpton hotel, free wine is served every day from 5pm to 6pm in the lobby. Back to the room, after a closer look, I noticed that the carpet and furniture have known better days. Everything looked a bit tired. Bathroom needs to be updated; itâ€™s clean but has not been redone for decades. Our biggest disappointment was the breakfast. For a boutique hotel, I expect a nice â€œÃ la carteâ€ breakfast. Instead, it looks more like a cheap snack bar with self-serve basic items of average quality. We ordered some eggs and bagels; it was not bad but uninspired. Service was minimal. Fortunately, there are plenty of options to eat and drink in the area especially in the 17th street. Dupont Circle subway station is close and useful to navigate around the city. Be aware that the valet parking service is horrendously expensive but you donâ€™t have many options to park overnight nearby. This hotel could be a good choice if you have a great rate. Otherwise, I would choose another place to stay. There are better options within the Kimpton family in DC.
"Good place to stay"
Good location & on good street. Just opposite Australian Embassy. Safe place to stay, easy to walk around the safe district. Cheap basic brekkie & dinner. Very Large room. Wonderful if you like RED colour everywhere - you will get used to it. Overall a nice place to stay.
"Great Setup With Kids - Just South of Shabby - Service Very Eh"
We stayed at the Kimpton for 1 night with 2 adults and 2 kids for a family event. We chose the hotel for its proximity to the event and relative pricing for the area, and mostly because they had a king room with a bunk bed. Pros: The hotel has a funky, fun, eclectic vibe. The room set up was about as good as I've seen for a family with younger kids (8 and 10). There was a very nice sized room with a king bed and then the bunk bed was in a curtained alcove with its own TV. Beds were very comfortable and the room was the end of the hall and, under normal circumstances (which these were not - see later in review), would have been very quiet. Kids alcove was also nice a dark-- good for sleep -- and there was a basket with a couple of treats for the kids. We were in Room 714 - I would ask for the room again if I stayed there. Overall, the room was a nice size, with a well-stocked mini-fridge and some shabby, but fun robes, for the adults and kids. Cons: Staffing was thin - there were two people at the desk but the manager is also the valet for cars and stuff. Pulling up in front of the hotel is tight and there is nowhere to park easily, so waiting to unload and get the valet was a bit stressful. It took more than 10 minutes since one guy was literally doing everything. The hotel was just a little too shabby - time for a little love. Restaurant was very lame - The location is not convenient for food, especially on weekends when a lot is closed, as it's more of a working area than touristy or residential, so better food would have been nice. With no parking nearby, the valet parking was key, but crazy expensive at over $50 with taxes per night. Also, they charge a mandatory "amenities" fee of about 26 bucks, and i'm not really sure what amenities they are talking about - there aren't really any. We were put on a floor with about the loudest, drunkest, most obnoxious, selfish bunch of bachelorettes imaginable. They were screaming in the hallway and blasting music. Our room phone didn't work so I called the desk more than 3 times asking them to request the other guests to keep it down (to which the manager/bellman/valet was told, "It's my day!") If they knew it was a bachelorette party, maybe don't put kids on that floor (or anyone else). They probably didn't know, and I get that they can't always control other guests (although this group probably should have been kicked out, honestly), but there is a point when you offer the guests who are inconvenienced something more than a "sorry, we told them." I think it's good customer service to apologize and offer something in return - frankly, it was bad enough we should have had a full refund, and I've never felt that way before at any hotel, but at least give a partial credit or a breakfast voucher, something to say I'm sorry that your stay sucked and our rude guests kept you and your kids awake. Oh - phones did not work. And the TV reception was not very good. Internet was free. Overall, I wish we'd just stayed at the Marriott a block away.
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