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|Distance to city centre||1.4 km|
|"Very accommodating staff, great location!."||(in 186 reviews)|
|"GREAT staff ALL of them!"||(in 189 reviews)|
|"Comfy beds, quiet, clean bathroom"||(in 42 reviews)|
|"Breakfast not included."||(in 18 reviews)|
|"and it affected actual water pressure."||(in 9 reviews)|
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|bed was comfortable||in 61 reviews|
|bottled water||in 43 reviews|
|breakfast included||in 63 reviews|
|coffee maker||in 15 reviews|
|coffee shop||in 57 reviews|
|dupont circle||in 6 reviews|
|georgetown||in 17 reviews|
|good value||in 26 reviews|
|great location||in 275 reviews|
|lobby area||in 66 reviews|
|room and no microwave||in 171 reviews|
|service was very good||in 41 reviews|
|small room||in 241 reviews|
|staff was very friendly||in 263 reviews|
|valet parking||in 49 reviews|
|walking distance||in 16 reviews|
|white house||in 25 reviews|
The bedroom was a great size along with TV and bathroom. Facilities in the room were good with everything we needed. There were some local shops close by which helped and the neighborhood felt safe. 15 min walk into Georgetown and about 15mins to get to Lincoln memorial, so well placed.
Hotel was nice, though undergoing renovations to change brand, so was a bit of scaffolding around and no bar or restaurant available. Tea/Coffee making in the room could have also helped - esp as there was not restaurant available.
construction work is in progress at the hotel, and no one is informed about it. In the rooms is concrete, the photo does not correspond to reality
The room was newly renovated and clean. Hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. I asked for a water heater in my room so I could prepare a tea, and they arranged one. They have small night lights near the bed, great detail!
The hotel is in the midst of renovations so the restaurant and gym were closed and the lobby was a bit of a building place. It would have been nice to know beforehand. BUT, I stayed in the Wink before, and rooms have improved a lot since! A few minor recommendations to the hotel management regarding the new rooms: - Make a water cooker/coffee maker a standard item. For me it is the difference! - There is no power outlet near the desk which is inconvenient when working with a laptop - I would choose another type of wardrobe. My clothes were touching my suitcase all the time. Please remember some of your guest are female and carry longer dresses. I also would prefer a closed wardrobe. - A makeup mirror would be nice (the one if the fixed mirror does not do the job) - Lightning can be improved greatly. The room is very dark, especially with the dominant brown furniture. - I asked reception if the floor was temporary, and I understand I was not the first guest to act. Although I do not mind the industrial look, you should never combine it with a carpet, and a concrete floor with gaps and holes feels a bit like a building place. - The AC was very noisy, and I never got it to work properly - My television was not connecting to the network (I know I could have asked reception, but I did not find it very important)
Location, in room amenities was good.
It's still a nder renovation. Didn't pose a problem for me, but maybe for others.
The room was fine, and decorated nicely enough
Avoid, avoid, avoid. A disappointment from start to finish. What the site doesn't tell you is that the hotel is going through renovations, so the lobby is a building site (with exposed girders and plastic sheeting everywhere), there's no lobby space downstairs and you will be woken up at 8:30am on a weekend by loud drilling and hammering. Further to this, the state of cleanliness and repair in the hallways is very poor (how hard is it to vacuum a carpet?) and the walls between rooms are paper thin. I could hear every word of a woman next door having a tedious telephone conversation, at volume. Overall, the images on the site make The Wink look like a modern design hotel, with a lot of the interiors / furnishings remniscent of The Hoxton in London or The Ace Hotel in New York. However, the execution is cheap and disappointing at every turn. Examples of this of this include the room door that needed to be slammed to close properly, meaning you could easily leave it open by accident, or the toiletries that felt like cheap dollar-store refills. The exposed concrete floors are trying to trendy but without a proper polish they just look unfinished, a good analogy The Wink as a whole. Finally, while the hotel is being renovated and re-launched as 'The Hangout', be wary - I suspect many of the reasons I didn't enjoy my stay at The Wink will carry over into the 'new' hotel. A Holiday Inn would have been cheaper and would have had thicker walls at least.
The Wink Hotel in Washington, D.C., offers visitors a unique experience of urban living. It's located on New Hampshire Avenue, a vibrant and walkable street.
This hotel has rooms and suites that feature queen, double, king, premium king, junior suite, and super suite layouts. Many of the rooms contain refrigerators, free Wi-Fi access, televisions, work desks, and other amenities. The hotel also happens to be pet-friendly, so guests are free to bring their four-legged companion to stay with them. It even provides welcome treats for dogs.
When visitors need to clean dry-clean-only clothes, they can utilize the hotel's dry cleaning services. They can also exercise in the fitness center or tend to business matters in the business center. Those who need to catch a plane somewhere can use the Ronald Reagan Airport (five miles away) or Dulles Airport (27 miles away).
Illy Coffee Shop is situated in the hotel lobby. This eatery is where guests can grab a cup of coffee, a pastry, and/or a breakfast sandwich. For breakfast, brunch, or dinner, there's Brasserie Wink, a restaurant that serves foods like burgers and seafood. In addition, guests are free to get beer or wine at Bar Wink.
There are many places to visit outside the hotel that are accessible by foot. Visitors who enjoy books will find the West End Neighborhood Library at the corner of 23rd Street and L Street. Guests can also stop by places like the nearby parks and museums.
The Wink Hotel is a locale that provides laid-back comforts for urban explorers, travelers, and their pets.
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Where is The Wink Hotel located?
The Wink Hotel is located at 1143 New Hampshire Avenue Northwest in Downtown Washington D.C, 1.4 km from the centre of Washington. White House is the closest landmark to The Wink Hotel.
When is check-in time and check-out time at The Wink Hotel?
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Wink Hotel.
Does The Wink Hotel offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, The Wink Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
Does The Wink Hotel offer free parking?
No, The Wink Hotel does not offer free parking.
Does The Wink Hotel offer free airport shuttle service?
No, The Wink Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is The Wink Hotel from the airport?
The Wink Hotel is 5.9 km from Washington Reagan-National.
Can you bring pets to The Wink Hotel?
Yes, The Wink Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
Does The Wink Hotel have a pool?
No, The Wink Hotel does not have a pool on-site.
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Most popular landmarks
- White House 1.2 km
- Vietnam Veterans Memorial 1.5 km
- Lincoln Memorial 1.7 km
- Washington Monument 2 km
- National Museum of American History 2.1 km
- International Spy Museum 2.2 km
|Washington Reagan-National||5.9 km|
|Langley Falls||10.3 km|