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|"Great location and very friendly staff!"||(in 50 reviews)|
|"Very comfortable rooms, friendly staff."||(in 17 reviews)|
|"The bar and restaurant amazing."||(in 15 reviews)|
|"Horrible and miserable rude staff Overpriced for such poor Service"||(in 7 reviews)|
|"No water in the room."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"I aksed not to charge my credit card used for deposit."||(in 3 reviews)|
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Beautiful details, lovely staff
Air conditioning didn't seem to work in one room. The shades don't extend to the sides of the room, so it can be a bit brighter in the morning than one would expect.
The room was perfect, great view
Excellent value, large room and modern bathroom.
Couldn't get the thermostat to actually warm up the room.
Very stylish decor, comfortable beds, good showers.
Too eclectic for it's own good. It was nice that they "went out to local antiques places for nightstands," but nightstands with no drawers and no dresser or minimal shelves in the room were not the best way to serve guests.
Hailed as the “Hippest Hotel” in town, The Line Hotel offers a unique experience in the modern and young D.C neighborhood of Adams Morgan. Built in 1912, the classic First Church of Christ, Scientist building now houses 212 guest rooms.
The Line Hotel building honors the original design throughout including a pipe organ chandelier, cheekily named drinks, and church-inspired decor. The uniqueness of the building is felt the moment guests enter the lobby which also houses Brother & Sisters-a bar and grill, the Cup We All Race 4- a coffee shop, and Full Service Radio- a podcast-recording studio and live Internet radio station. Staying true to the local area is part of the Line’s brand. The guest rooms are modeled after a typical millennial studio in Washington D.C. With world-class chefs staffing the two eateries, room service is also available. Another restaurant and bar, A Rake’s Bar and A Rake’s Progress, recently opened on the second floor.
In contrast to some D.C. area hotels, the Line Hotel serves as a mixing ground for tourists and locals. With a community center for locals, the Concierge is knowledgeable and ready to help vacationers explore both the tourist destinations and uncover local favorites. While the atmosphere is geared toward millennials and hip adults, the luxurious comforts of a home appeal to everyone.
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Most popular landmarks
- National Zoo 1 km
- Washington National Cathedral 2.6 km
- White House 2.8 km
- International Spy Museum 3.3 km
- Vietnam Veterans Memorial 3.5 km
- National Museum of American History 3.7 km