Photos and Review by Oyster.com Investigators
In the heart of Georgetown; 15 minutes from the nearest Metro stop
The Graham Georgetown is located on a charming, bricklined sidestreet just off M in the heart of the buzzing, historic neighborhood of Georgetown. It really doesn't get any more central in Georgetown than this -- some of the city's best shopping and restaurants are at your doorstep -- and within just a few minutes' walk you'll run into the Potomac , the charming C&O Canal , and , all great places for a stroll or a jog. Its location means some street noise at night, however, especially in rooms on lower floors like mine. The most significant downside to Georgetown is that it's not connected to the city's Metro, or subway, system. The nearest Metro stop is a 15-minute walk from the hotel in Foggy Bottom (Foggy Bottom/GWU), although there are a number of bus options to the city, as well as the convenient DC Circulator. The Circulator isn't a tour bus, but its routes stop at all the major cultural and entertainment destinations in the city, and it's only $1 per ride or $3 for an unlimited one-day pass. Though the Monticello is located farther from the , the , and other major tourist attractions than other neighborhoods, it's also one of the most charming areas of the city.
THE GRAHAM GEORGETOWN REOPENED IN MARCH 2013 FOLLOWING A MASSIVE RENOVATION. WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF UPDATING OUR REVIEW.