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The Days Inn Connecticut Avenue/Washington DC

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Connecticut Avenue is known for its convenience to downtown Washington, DC and provides a perfect location for your stay in the Washington, DC area. T
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The Days Inn Connecticut Avenue/Washington DC
4400 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC US 20008

Explore The Neighborhood
Located in the fashionable Forest Hills neighborhood of Washington, DC, the Days Inn Connecticut Avenue is far enough from the hustle and bustle of downtown to avoid the congestion, but close enough for guests to enjoy all that the nation`s capital has to offer. Forest Hills is definitely dreamlike; from the amazing architecture of the huge homes to the winding streets and dense forest that surrounds it, this neighborhood is set within a heavily treed rolling landscape adjoining Rock Creek Park and was first utilized by the Piscataway Indian tribe and later by Civil War encampments, come discover this historical area of Washington, DC.

Why Stay Here?

  • Close to Area Attractions
  • On-Site Restaurant, Bar and Lounge
  • 24-Hour Front Desk with Free Concierge Service
  • On-Site Car Rental Services
  • Kids 17 and Under Stay Free

A Restful Stay
The spacious air-conditioned guestrooms at Days Inn Connecticut Avenue offer coffee/tea makers and in-room safes. Each modern, tastefully decorated guestroom features generous amenities and first-class service, a 37-inch high-definition television with premium cable channels and complimentary TV internet access. Rooms also include full-length mirrors, hair dryers, iron and ironing boards. All guestrooms are non-smoking.

Hot Hotel Amenities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free USA Today Newspaper Monday-Friday
  • Free In-Room Deluxe Coffee Service

Dining Temptations
Located inside of this Washington, DC hotel is a neighborhood staple, the Tesoro Restaurant, an Italian treasure with Italian cuisine, made from the finest, freshest ingredients by professionals with unparalleled culinary prowess. The Tesoro is authentic Italian cuisine at its best with a friendly bar atmosphere, reasonable prices, huge portions and an extensive wine list. Other nearby restaurants include:

  • Parthenon Greek Restaurant
  • Clyde`s of Georgetown
  • Charlie Chiang`s Asian Bistro
  • Morton`s of Chicago Steakhouse
  • Guapo`s Cactus Cantina

BookIt.com Preferred Activities
DC is a city full of culture and history and offers numerous free activities. However, for those exciting activities that you don`t want to miss, you can purchase your tickets in advance through BookIt.com when you book your accommodations.
  • International Spy Museum
  • Madame Tussauds Washington DC
  • Washington DC Duck Tours
  • Little Ethiopia Food Tour
  • Monuments by Moonlight Night Tour


Based on 1503 reviews
from Washington DC, District of Columbia
Submitted on 02-09-2016
The rooms were clean. The staff is very friendly. Thank you. We enjoyed our stay. The two things I really missed though was continental breakfasts and no refrigerator in room. It is a good location for metrorail and bus.
from Staunton, Virginia, United States
Submitted on 02-09-2016
This is not a luxury hotel. Don't book if that's what you're looking for. The rooms are small, but they're clean and the staff is friendly and helpful. The location is fantastic for the price. This is a great room in DC for the traveler on a budget.
from Darmstadt, Germany
Submitted on 03-09-2016
This is a basic hotel, so get over yourself. The rooms are reasonably clean, with a very good TV and very good (and free) wifi. The staff is (are?) accommodating. There is a 24/7 free coffee machine in the lobby, and it is quite good. Bread Furst, a world-class bakery, if very close, as are many excellent restaurants. The Red Line Metro is also very close, and can put you into the center of the city in minutes. Do not bring a vehicle, as parking is $24 per night (and it is easy to park in the su... Read more
from Traverse City, Michigan
Submitted on 04-09-2016
Though the hotel was older, it was in an excellent location for daily trips into the DC mall.
from Indianapolis, Indiana
Submitted on 04-09-2016
Days Inn, convenient, close to Metro, clean room and bed. Bathroom too small, but it is an oldish brick structure. Elevators and hallways narrow and constricting. Pleasant staff. One bad point was the checkout; Although the manager was in there was just one front desk on duty. Line of customers grew long, while the clerk just stared at her computer screen no mention to customers, no appology, not asking for our p a tience, no calling the manager to help. Quite sad indeed. Hopefully it is not th... Read more
from Ramsey, New Jersey
Submitted on 08-09-2016
I've been to Wahington DC many times for business and family vacations and this is one of my go to hotels. The location is right next to the Van Ness Metro Station. 3 stops from Dupont Circle. So convenient. They have good parking and it's easy to drive into DC on Connecticut Ave without getting bogged down in heavy traffic near the monuments. This hotel is priced for business travelers and family vacationers on a budget, but the amenities and cleanliness are excellent for the price. I've found ... Read more
from Yonkers, New York
Submitted on 09-09-2016
excellent stay. away from central dc, yet not that far. van ness/udc metro station (red line) is just 2 blocks away. I like its close location to the national zoo,one of my favorites; just heone bus ride (L2). professional staff. very comfortable bed. immaculate bathroom. towels changed daily. on the down side: no breakfast, just free coffee @ the lobby. ac was a bit noisy. @ check-in. waited 20 mins. only one staff @ front desk.
from Fleetwood, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 09-09-2016
Rooms are small but clean and updated. The beds were comfy although the pillows were not very fluffy and oddly shaped - small and squareish. Staff was friendly and professional. Close to the Metro rail and bus. Onsite restaurant is phenomenal and half a block up the street is the most wonderful bakery cafe / coffee shop. Be aware - hotel charges $23 for overnight parking (kind of steep if you ask me). Overall a very pleasant stay. Would definitely go back.
from Jacksonville, Florida
Submitted on 10-09-2016
Its a Days Inn. The pros were the bed was very comfortable as were the pillows. However, you have to pay to park $23 a day in their lot. The hotel was overpriced, the carpet was stained and/or filthy. The "repairs" that had been previously made were shoddy and looked bad, paint jobs, etc. Inattention to detail. No restaurant, breakfast, bar, etc. There is a Burger King next door and a very nice restaurant down the street a block or so...walking distance...really wish I could remember its... Read more
from Jackson, Michigan
Submitted on 12-09-2016
The hotel was clean, and way less expensive than most around the area. It was clear that it was renovated on a budget, but it was decent. The room was smaller than most, but it had everything one would need.
from Lumberton, New Jersey
Submitted on 13-09-2016
We arrived shortly after midnight on 9/9, and when we got up to our floor, the hallways smelled of mildew and mold, the room was TINY, and not at all like the pictures online. The vent in the bathroom was filthy, the showerhead was coming out of the wall, and none of the sockets in the room would keep any plugs in them. Most likely will not be back to this location.
from
Submitted on 13-09-2016
We managed to get a great deal for this hotel on booking.com. I thought that the microwave and fridge were included in the room rate but we were told we had to pay an extra $15 a day to have those items in our room when we got there which was not worth it. Good location for the metro into town. Don't go to Italian restaurant they charged us $30 for two coronas and never brought back our change. I think the rooms are dated but had comfy beds.
from Christchurch, New Zealand
Submitted on 15-09-2016
A group of us stayed here for one night on a business trip. The hotel was pretty average and dated. The hotel room had a musty smell. The shower was over the bath and was the old-style of turning on and off. Also the hotel did not have a bar or restaurant which meant the breakfast options were pretty limited. There is a great bakery a few doors down and a Burger King next door. Service was very good.
from Fort Myers, Florida
Submitted on 15-09-2016
Very clean. Easy check in and out. Bed and pillows comfortable. Plenty of towels. Very close to the family members we were visiting, so very convenient. Sheer curtains only over window facing busy street. We really wanted to block the light from the street, but it wasn't possible. This was a major issue for us. Street noise moderate, but the motel itself was quiet. More coffee in the room would have been better, but coffee was available downstairs. Nice bakery very close by.
from NYC
Submitted on 16-09-2016
I stayed here for 2 nights, in early September. I paid $125 per night (including taxes). For that price or less, this is a fine hotel. Great location, clean rooms, nice beds, roomy bathroom, pleasant and helpful staff. The place is very basic (but so was the price). Their is a lovely breakfast/lunch cafe next door, Bread Furst. The hotel is very close to the red line at Van Ness.
from Somerset, New Jersey
Submitted on 18-09-2016
Everything was just as it should be, but could use WiFi connection that is secure with the lock icon.
from Bellbird, Australia
Submitted on 19-09-2016
Security is important if travelling alone and I had confidence in this hotel. Staff were friendly and informed. Skittle further away from downtown but safe part of the world. Metro clise by to get to Union Separate for all the tour buses. WiFi connection continually in and out. Could not stay for business due to this concern..
from Washington DC, District of Columbia
Submitted on 19-09-2016
I had a wonderful impromptu stay at the Days Inn. I wish I could remember the person that checked me in. She was so gracious with everyone. My room was lovely and the restaurant, Tesoro, had great authentic Italian food. The only thing that detracted from my stay were the sounds of people coming in late. Guess, they were having a good time, too.
from Washington DC, District of Columbia
Submitted on 19-09-2016
I actually live in the area and have passed by this hotel for a decade but never been inside. I had apartment repairs done and had to book a walk-in reservation for a week a few days before contractors began work. Nora, Lisa, Luis, Gloria(?) and ALL the other weekday and weekend, morning and evening staff were pleasant, efficient and effective. There is an awake and present security guard in the lobby after hours. Sometimes a busy lobby but be patient and they will all help address your questio... Read more
from Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 20-09-2016
Bed was fine. rug felt and looked dirty. weird smell in the building. everything else seemed tired. Great location. Should be a better hotel.
from Largo, Florida
Submitted on 20-09-2016
This hotel is very old and needs lots of up dates. The carpet is old and dirty. I had roaches in the bathroom when turning on the light in the morning. will not stay here again.
from Beaufort, North Carolina
Submitted on 20-09-2016
This is more like a hostel than a hotel; don't stay here! Our first room had chunks of paint and plaster falling off the wall, the carpet was sticky, and there were large balls of mold (about the size of a dime) in the AC unit. Went down to request a different room and there 50+ college students checking in. When we finally started to move our stuff to a new room, the elevator finally arrived (there are two small elevators, but they are small and the college students were all using them) and the... Read more
from St. Louis
Submitted on 23-09-2016
would have been nice to have a fridge in the room when asked they said they would provide one for a 15.00 charge for each day. Also the television would not work right with bad sound and half of the channels not working told front desk every day but problem was never resolved
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 23-09-2016
Do not stay in this hotel. We are in town for the opening of the African American Museum. I booked this hotel because it is in DC proper and close to the metro. It is also part of the Wyndham properties. Big mistake!!! The place smells, the carpet is dirty, the safe has been broken open so it is not usable. The wall is water damaged and the air-conditioner is falling off the wall. I don't know who did the calking around the tub but a two year old could have done a better job. Please be advised t... Read more
from Tokyo, Japan
Submitted on 24-09-2016
Very poor service - otherwise good location- no help with luggage, they do not answer the phone, lamp and sink needed repair.
from Vancouver, Canada
Submitted on 25-09-2016
Convenient location. Air conditioner very loud. Older interior. Walking Distance to subway station. Easy access to downtown DC.
from NY
Submitted on 27-09-2016
The rooms are small and my electrical outlets didn't work. The fees were overrated for the hotel.
from Midrand, South Africa
Submitted on 28-09-2016
Luis at front desk was really welcoming and friendly. All the staff in general have been great. Yes, the hotel is not in the first flush of youth but my room was always spotlessly clean. The bed is really comfy and nice coffee for the coffee machine in the room. Easy walk to the subway. Compared to the prices of other hotels I was happy with what I got for the price.
from Independence, Missouri
Submitted on 29-09-2016
Toilet in room504 sink Handel falling off ,asked 3 times, not fixed.bath tub was coated with PAINT! peeling off. Lobby needs more than one coffee dispenser , long line in A M.not even a doughnut.Other Days have something.Had to go to Third floor for ice,two out of service.won,t go there again.
from Bloomington, Minnesota
Submitted on 02-10-2016
A beautiful area, not far from the National Mall. Nice hotel clean, and safe. The staff was not very friendly or helpful.
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 04-10-2016
Great location for riding Metro. We were able to be at the locations we wanted to go to within 15 mins. No hassle with traffic or parking in DC. The hotel staff was friendly and helpful. The reason I gave 4 vs 5 was on the fourth floor in the hall ways you smelled gas everyday. The smell was not in the room, we would of had to find another hotel. I mentioned it to the front desk but got an excuse of near by restaurants cleaning their grills on weekends. We checked in on a Thurs and left ... Read more
from Seminole, Florida
Submitted on 04-10-2016
Way overpriced for a bare minimum room. ($659) for 4 nights. Lost my cell phone in parking lot before checking in. No one really seemed to want to help. Lady at front desk in late afternoon and evenings was busy talking on the phone to a co-worker or friend while I waited several minutes to ask a question. Never smiled once.
from Rye
Submitted on 04-10-2016
This is a very old, worn down, dreary, dingy hotel. Our room smelled from some sort of mold problem. We had to keep the windows open just to be able to breath. The staff is definitely not friendly, except for the desk people .. we had to chase them for any kind of services for our room. Our room had no soap or shower supplies and we had to call the front desk both days, just to get our room made up. The terrible on site parking costs an unreasonable $24.00 per day. There is no food service on si... Read more
from Spokane Valley, Washington
Submitted on 09-10-2016
It was a very good stay. Location was good for us. We were disappointed that we couldn't get our Wyndham points.
from Berlin, NJ
Submitted on 11-10-2016
Booked this hotel because of size of room. Had king bed and bunk beds. Room was clean plenty of towels. Great price
from Parlin, New Jersey
Submitted on 12-10-2016
The room was as expected but the service was horrible. We needed extra towels, so I called the front desk and was told that someone would bring them right up. They never arrived. The next day the cleaning person arrived. I thought she was bringing the towels, but no. It was 9:00 am and she was trying to clean the room. I asked her for towels and was told "No, there are no more towels". Now, we're upset and my friend calls and tells someone at the front desk that we still need towels. Th... Read more
from Champaign
Submitted on 12-10-2016
Room was clean and thoughtfully furnished. Bed was comfortably firm. Place was quiet - no street noise at all and only occasionally heard voices in hall. Neighborhood has lots of restaurants and drug stores for food and feels safe - it is the DC University district Front desk staff were unfailingly pleasant. The "business center" sits right in the entry hall, which works. But the computers were set to disconnect after 20 minutes. This works for a lot of things, but if you were wanting to get... Read more
from Tokyo, Japan
Submitted on 12-10-2016
Poorly managed and hostile manager. Front desk staff sometimes does not answer the phone. No help with luggage. Desk lamp needed maintenance and my computer battery died because it was plugged into desk lamp outlet and I did not realize that til I reached my next destination, a five star hotel in Colorado. I travel all over the US and worldwide and this was a real low!! I will avoid it and stay outside DC next time if this is the only reasonable option for someone on a business budget.
from Washington DC, District of Columbia
Submitted on 16-10-2016
it is very good for the price and location. Van Ness... Metro train Station is 4 mins. away. Washington College of Law is 15mins. away. There is Budget and Avis car rental on the premises.
from Georgetown, Connecticut
Submitted on 17-10-2016
arrived late in the evening, hotel staff excellent at getting us settled. Off the next am for tour of the monuments.
from Nairobi, Kenya
Submitted on 17-10-2016
Nice hotel in the very good place, big rooms . The only problem is the quality of Internet it had to be increase. Thanks
from Pringe George
Submitted on 19-10-2016
Stayed four nights. Started out with a payment mixup (I had prepaid months before) which eliminated the last of the credit on my credit card. Did their best to solve the problem. Our stay, however was very comfortable. The staff was professional and attentive. Carpets, although having vacuum marks, were badly stained and looked awful, both in the hallways and in the room. I would stay here again, and I would recommend it as an affordable hotel in the Washington area. Close to metro and on... Read more
from Ann Arbor, Michigan
Submitted on 19-10-2016
We were unhappy with this hotel and will probably look for an Air BnB for our next trip to DC to visit family. The room smelled like mildew/mold, the bed and pillows caused our backs to hurt, there was mold in the bathroom and some of the surfaces were dirty- I cleaned them with Clorox wipes. The first room we stayed in was worse- the 2nd was marginally better- with the added benefit of street noise as we were on the street over a restaurant which was quite loud until after midnight. Probably my... Read more
from Hempstead, New York
Submitted on 31-10-2016
It was okay. The room was cozy and my stay was okay. I ran into one small issue and that is my room was not ready. Other than that, it was okay
from Olympia Fields, Illinois
Submitted on 31-10-2016
A nice place with nice staff and clean room at a good price. However they need to use ful size pillows instead those half size pillows. Location is next to DC Univ and retails and 6 mi from the Nat Mall but the subway was only 2 blocks away and very nice and easy to use at $2.20, faster and cheater than cabs or Uber due to traffic in DC. The entire subway system stations are near everything you will likely visit. Sr. pay half price.
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 02-11-2016
Reasonable rates. Good sized comfortable rooms. The staff was efficient and courteous. My favorite thing was the location. A block away from a metro stop. A supermarket, CVS and Starbucks right by the metro. Several restaurants between the metro stop and hotel.
from Lilburn, Georgia
Submitted on 02-11-2016
Had a water leak from the room above that flooded our bathroom. Requested a new room but they were sold out. Asked maintenance to clean up and was told no, but they returned and mopped up the water. Hotel gave us free parking. This appeared to not be the first leak in this room as the ceiling had been repaired before our flood and the door jam was rusty. Hotel must be old. I felt we should not have had to pay for our second night.
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 03-11-2016
For the second night in a row out of a two night stay I've been woken at 3 am by the fire alarm going off. This is two incredibly disrupted nights of sleep I've paid for. This afternoon I complained about the first night and was told it wasn't the hotel's fault that someone from outside set the alarm off.
from Wheeling, WV, United States
Submitted on 04-11-2016
I chose this hotel because of it's location, it was close to the area where I was attending a conference. The room was clean, and the front desk staff were pleasant. The room decor was somewhat outdated, and there was no volume on the TV in the bedroom area. I asked the staff twice to fix it, but it still wasn't fixed properly. There was another TV on the other side of the room in a lounge area that worked fine though. Good hotel for business travel.
from Miramar, Florida
Submitted on 09-11-2016
Best price in town that day. A little dated but room was clean and tidy and whole place felt safe. There is an italian next door that looked good and they give a 10% discount. The lift is controlled by room key for security. There's parking.
from El Paso, Texas
Submitted on 13-11-2016
This hotel is old, carpet old, bathroom old, room small, no fridge or microwave. Additionally, it was $129 week nights, and $159 weekend. Very poor quality.
from Bonaire, Georgia
Submitted on 13-11-2016
Nice hotel for the value. The internet was horrible. 95% of the time we were unable to connect.
from Lugano, Switzerland
Submitted on 15-11-2016
For my one week stay, I have been charged on my credit card 300 US$ more than what was agreed on my booking and of what I find on the receipt I got at the check out. I sent 4 emails to try to understand and to correct the mistake, but after 4 days I didn't get any answer. Very poor management. So watch out and be carefull with this Hotel!
from Raleigh, North Carolina
Submitted on 15-11-2016
loved the room and the service, however the location of the hotel made it difficult to check in. no visitor parking available and had to park my car first which was a paid parking place with a full day rate.
from
Submitted on 15-11-2016
This hotel is affordable and in a great location. The bed is comfortable. But there is one insurmountable problem - the plumbing. The shower is scalding, and remains so as you add more and more cold water - until suddenly it is freezing. Other things that didn't work included the bedside lamp and the TV remote (I took the remote to the front desk and requested a new one and got one that still didn't work). Coffee is one pod, despite two beds in the room. Outlets and shower heads are loose a... Read more
from Asheville, North Carolina
Submitted on 16-11-2016
this hotel is one of the least expensive in Georgetown with few immunities, but was clean and had really comfortable beds. I would definitely stay there again on my next trip to Georgetown.
from Perth, Australia
Submitted on 18-11-2016
Had not stayed in a Days Inn for a while but chanced on this when looking for an affordable place after the conference hotel was all booked up. Turns out the room (on the sixth floor) that I had was simple but clean and functional.That included the complimentary free (but unsecured) wifi. The bed was comfy. An added bonus was the (new) SoapStone cafe/restaurant/market across the street which is excellent and open from 7 - 22. I liked the whole setting so much that I decided to extend my stay fro... Read more
from Truckee, CA
Submitted on 18-11-2016
If your looking for a spot in the north part of the city that's two blocks away from the metro,this might be your hotel. The rooms are fine, just a few cosmetic things that need to be taken care of. Parking is expensive. It cost more to park at the hotel than it does to park downtown--not sure why?
from Houston, Texas
Submitted on 18-11-2016
the front desk agent lied to me about the price, then tried try to lie and say I didn't speak with her over the phone. But she was the only one with an accent working there. The charge way too much, for nothing. No pool, fitness center, no breakfast, not even a water fountain. They charge for everything, surprised the didn't charge to use the computers. I was also told over the phone that I would be receiving a $50 rebate, they lied.
from San Diego, California
Submitted on 19-11-2016
This was an average stay. TV didn't work and it appeared as if dry blood on ceiling. Pretty typical for a low end hotel.
from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 23-11-2016
This hotel was perfect for me. it was right near the Red-Line Metro in Northwest Washington. The staff was very friendly, the room clean, and they had a tea maker which was important to me. Also for a per diem fee, I could leave my car in their garage while I was staying there. I would def stay here again.
from Tulsa
Submitted on 23-11-2016
Location was great. Room was fine, except for the penny on the floor for 4 days in a row. It was near the door so I decided not to move it, just to see. Notice said to hang towels to save water/energy, but they were taken and replaced One of the days had no wash cloths and had to wait over 45 min for someone to bring them.
from Saint Paul, Minnesota
Submitted on 24-11-2016
When the outdoor temperature dropped, the room became cold. That is when we realized that the only room heater was a plug in heater that was not plugged in. After we plugged it in, the room became toasty, but then we discovered the only way to turn off the heater was to unplug it from the wall.
from
Submitted on 26-11-2016
For the price the hotel is very correct. The room was comfortable and quite. The staff was kind and friendly. The parking is not included ... That was a surprise for us, a not good one because it costs 23$ per day! It's a bit expensive.
from Tampa, Florida
Submitted on 27-11-2016
After reading other TripAdvisor reviews, it was with some trepidation that I reserved rooms for a recent business trip. We were visiting UDC, and they requested that we stay at this property, near the University. I arrived in the morning, not expecting to check in early, and sure enough, I could not. A staff member took my info, checked my bag, and I left the hotel for a nearby Starbucks. Five hours later (2 PM), I got my room, after two colleagues who arrived 3 hours after I did were given thei... Read more
from Baltimore, Maryland
Submitted on 02-12-2016
Am glad to be a member of Wydham family,and I will continue enjoying the amenities theyvprovide.
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