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The Marriott Key Bridge

Abingdon, VA, US (VJI)

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The Marriott Key Bridge
1401 Lee Hwy, Abingdon, VA US 22209

Make yourself at home in one of the 582 air-conditioned guestrooms. Rooms have private balconies or patios. Cable programming provides entertainment, and wired and wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities 
Enjoy a range of recreational amenities, including a health club, an indoor pool, and a spa tub. This hotel also features gift shops/newsstands, wedding services, and a television in the lobby.

Grab a bite at one of the hotel's 2 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Buffet breakfasts are available for a fee.

Business, Other Amenities 
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and express check-in. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and meeting rooms. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.

Grab a bite at one of the hotel's 2 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Buffet breakfasts are available for a fee.

The Key Bridge Marriott has an indoor/outdoor lap pool and two fitness centersthe smaller overlooking the pool, and the larger in the basement. Combined, they provide five treadmills, four exercise bikes, two stair machines, and two elliptical trainers. Women's and men's locker rooms have saunas. Some fitness equipment can be delivered to rooms at no extra charge.

The Continental Modern Pool Lounge, across from the hotel, features nine pool tables and colorful retro design. The Hains Point public golf course, five miles away, has 18 holes, a driving range, and a miniature course. Across the Key Bridge into Georgetown, the historic C&O towpath provides canal-side jogging and bicycling.

The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or near the Marriott; fees may apply.

The preferred airport for Key Bridge Marriott is Washington, DC (DCA-Ronald Reagan Washington National) - 6.2 km / 3.9 mi.

Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property's location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance. 

Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.

Know Before You Go 

  • The property has connecting/adjoining rooms, which are subject to availability and can be requested by contacting the property using the number on the booking confirmation.


The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Breakfast fee: USD 17.95 per person (approximately)
  • Fee for in-room high-speed Internet (wired): USD 12.95 per day (rates may vary)
  • Self parking fee: USD 19 per day (in/out privileges)
  • Late check-out fee: USD 100

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

Based on 297 reviews
from Dunedin, Florida
Submitted on 02-06-2016
Key bridge Marriott is still a solid choice. The exterior looks 1970s, but inside is updated and staff continues to be one of the best I've come across in the Marriott properties I've stayed at. The hotel as nice amenities, yet still gives me a little bit of the home away from home comfort. Taxi from airport is $20, blue line for metro (Roslyn). 12th floor is the club, if your a member you might want to have a room near the 12th floor, otherwise it's more elevator trips. The main fitness area i... Read more
Submitted on 03-06-2016
I stayed at the key bridge Marriott for two nights may 26th and 27th. I really didn't have any complaints, staff were welcoming and friendly. My trip consisted of touring DC. The hotel is very close to DC. WiFi was great and the breakfast was awesome mind you it isn't free. It's almost 40 bucks for 2 adults and a child. Overall I would definitely recommend staying here if you plan on visiting DC.
from Ohio
Submitted on 04-06-2016
Great concierge service by Leila Tomaub. She was outstanding Convenient location. Friendly staff and clean. Hotel is an old one and somewhat dated but its staff is first rate. Closet door broken room somewhat small . Parking is a pain and expensive. Thought it would be free at those rates
from Omaha, Nebraska
Submitted on 06-06-2016
Paid for the first night's stay, the last three were part of a group trip. It was a little more expensive than we normally pay, but the location was great and saved a lot of money on transportation that made up for the cost of the night. The staff was friendly and helpful. The hotel was spotless and updated. The room was perfectly comfortable, with view of Georgetown. Ask for a view of D.C. and I think that is possible as well. We had a great trip to Washington D.C. and this hotel contrib... Read more
Submitted on 06-06-2016
The Key Bridge Marriott was a great choice for us. Room was exceptionally clean, and the staff were friendly and helpful. As others have noted, the hotel's best feature is its location, with a safe and easy walk to Rosslyn Metro stop (5 minutes). You can also walk over the bridge into Georgetown (15 minutes or so). There are also several useful stores (drug store, groceries, Target, etc.) within a 10 minute walk if you need anything. My only complaint is that the rooms do not have free inte... Read more
from Harrah, OK
Submitted on 08-06-2016
Very close to everything in DC but fast food for breakfast is a stretch. Loved the view from 12th floor looking out to Georgetown and the kids liked both the indoor and outdoor pools however the a/c was leaking condensation on the carpet in our first room causing us to pack up and move to another which that a/c could not cool done either. When asked front desk for a fan, they said would look to bring one up.... never heard squat from them. Did not experience the wow factor I'm used to from Marri... Read more
from New Jersey
Submitted on 11-06-2016
Very conveniently located to all there is to explore in DC. The beds are very comfortable and the rooms were pretty quiet except for an occasional plane flying overhead. The staff was very friendly and accommodating as well.
from Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Submitted on 26-06-2016
If you are going to be in the Georgetown area, this pedestrian friendly hotel was great! It was a pleasant walk over the bridge to the Georgetown strip. They have the new TVs with the Netflix button. If you are arriving on a Friday or Saturday, the deal can't be beat!
from Boston, Massachusetts
Submitted on 28-06-2016
It's a Marriott - dependable, reasonable, functional. Nothing spectacular about it other than a great location next to Key Bridge over the Potomac (and lovely views towards Watergate and up-river). Comfortable rooms, friendly welcome. Good place to stay for trips to DC.
Submitted on 28-06-2016
From check in to check out my family and I had a great time. The staff is so friendly and accommodating. I was with my 2 granddaughters and daughter, the girls had a great time at the pool and the pool is open till 11pm. The hotel was clean and the room had a great view . The location was easy access for exploring Washington, and Georgetown
from Montauk, New York
Submitted on 28-06-2016
Like a cheap wine, this time capsule of a property seems to be getting worse with age. In fact, even the clock in the room was an hour back in time! Incidentally, the prices have remained the same over the years. Perhaps because of it's commanding location near the Orange Line, this property does little in the way of service. For location only, it deserves a star.
from Columbia, South Carolina
Submitted on 30-06-2016
The only thing nice about this hotel was the beautiful entrance (Lobby area). Room was basic. Close to airport so we heard the planes every few minutes (left TV on to drown out the noise). Bathroom was extremely small, had to wash hair standing sideways in shower because it was small and I'm a small person. Wifi is $13. We ordered breakfast for kids (room service) and while waiting for food, we got a call saying kids meal couldn't be ordered via phone and that we had an older menu that had been ... Read more
from Charlotte
Submitted on 03-07-2016
My first impression was if one grew up wearing a baseball cap at the dinner table, you probably would like it here. Worn carpets and elevators, room was small and my biggest complaint, as in most Marriott properties these days are polyester blended sheets and pillow cases. I was in the polyester yarn business for 35 years and know this synthetic based fiber does not breathe and feels clammy to the touch. The average consumer would not notice, but I would. Also, I called the front desk for servic... Read more
from Washington DC, District of Columbia
Submitted on 03-07-2016
I blocked 3 rooms at the hotel due to an event in DC. Took us exactly 7 minutes to drive to the White House area, perfect! Quick walk across the bridge to Georgetown, or minutes walk to Orange line subway in Rosslyn. Right next to I66 and GW parkway, so easy escape from DC when you leave town. Booked on Orbitz to get a package deal including parking ($25 a day) and wifi ($12 a day). Restaurant in lobby has a small menu, but good for a short stay, prices good, atmosphere nice. Property itself is ... Read more
from Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Submitted on 05-07-2016
My husband and I stayed here the night of June 19, '16. I chose the location based on proximity to the Kennedy Center. We live in the DC area, so I'm aware that this hotel is an older property, in fact our Uber driver worked here as a busboy in the 70's. We typically stay in a DC hotel when we're going to have a late night and don't want to dodge the crazy drunks on the way back down I-95. Up front, I've written a separate review to this property, and the review you are reading is colored by a ... Read more
from Portage, Michigan
Submitted on 05-07-2016
Hotel location is amazing... walking distance to the beautiful Georgetown... 3 miles to DC attractions... Reason why I give this hotel a 3 star and not 4 is: - Reservation website states room selection is guaranteed, however was assigned King bed instead of Double, and had to settle for an uncomfortable Roll-away bed :( - Website states property was upgraded in 2015, however the Room assigned to me looked "Dated" Did not expect the above from a Marriott property :(
Submitted on 05-07-2016
We stayed here for 5 nights in June. We had zero problems. The staff was friendly, professional, and attentive. The room was clean, good sized, and more than met expectations. The one time there was a small problem, it was handled immediately. The pool area was great to relax after hours of exploring DC and Georgetown.
from Florida
Submitted on 09-07-2016
We spent three nights at this hotel for our first trip to DC and we were treated so amazingly well. Keisha at the front desk made our trip to DC so much more memorable and our son Daniel still talks about her to this day. If all Marriotts have employees like Keisha, then we are customers for life! Thank you for the great memories and taking such good care of us!!!
from Nahant, Massachusetts
Submitted on 10-07-2016
My room was spacious and comfortable; the desk had enough outlets to plug in my computer and phone, and the internet worked fine. We found the lobby was a really good place for early morning meetings... easy to group comfortable chairs around a low table and have discussion over coffee (Starbucks in the lobby). Only complaint is their system for calling cabs is not well thought out, so the wait for a cab can be a little long. Helpful staff at check-in and check-out.
from Lewisville, North Carolina
Submitted on 11-07-2016
I was a bit sad by the hotel. We checked in and the toilet did not work. That was fixed while we were at dinner. The entire hotel had a musty smell and did not appear too clean. For the amount we spent on our stay this was a very sad place.
from Rivera Village
Submitted on 11-07-2016
The staff was very nice. Our bags did not make it with us when we reached DC. They had back up toiletries for us, which we really needed after 10 hours of flying. Clean room with a slight view of the Potomac. The metro is about a 10 minute walk. Quick ride into DC. The food in the restaurant was not that good but after a long flight we were ready to eat anything, That is why the 4.
from Mid Atlantic
Submitted on 15-07-2016
Typical Marriott... clean with very friendly service. What set this hotel apart for us however was the ease of bike riding into DC along paved bike trail as well as short bike ride across the Key Bridge to access C&O canal.
from Topeka, Kansas, United States
Submitted on 15-07-2016
I recently stayed two nights at the Key Bridge Marriott for a business trip. I was pleased with the hotel in every aspect particularly with the customer service. From the minute I entered the hotel the staff was always available to assist me. Every staff person including front desk, concierge, and bar, that I encountered went the extra mile to welcome you and ask if you needed anything. The housekeeping and food service staff were very attentive and detail oriented as well. I observed staff con... Read more
Submitted on 19-07-2016
Stayed her last night for business meeting. Let's start with the positives. This hotel has a great location with easy access to DC and Georgetown. Bad news is that this hotel needs a serious update. The rooms are very warm and the lighting very dim. I guess the lights are low for a reason. Believe it or not I am a gold Marriott member and this is what they gave me. I can't imagine the type of room that infrequent travelers get. I would avoid this hotel if possible.
from New Haven, Connecticut
Submitted on 19-07-2016
Positives: -The hotel is located nearby Washington D.C. at a slightly more affordable price. -The service was good. Negatives: -No free wi-fi -The room was not well cleaned when we arrived. There was a rusty nail on the bathroom counter. The room was dusty, and there was an old piece of unwrapped candy on the floor. The people staying a few doors down from us had to leave their room due to mold.
from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 21-07-2016
Start with the positives - great location and going for an easy run on the trail is fantastic. I was only there one night but seems to be a good location in general. The restaurant was good...basic but tasty and relaxed. we room was dated and worn. Really dated. No plastic bag for laundry, no soap for shower...seemingly less than adequate attention to detail. The internet didn't work in the evening. My TV didn't work at all. I was upgraded (nice..thanks) to a room with a ver... Read more
from Tenino, Washington
Submitted on 23-07-2016
The location is nice, and the hotel is pretty, with great views. The rooms are a little smaller than I had hoped, and we didn't eat at the hotel because it was pricey. The staff are friendly, especially the housekeepers. The pools are great, indoor and out. There is a little park across the street that has summer outdoor Friday night movies, which was really fun. A few blocks from the Metro and right across the bridge from Georgetown. If the rooms were a little bigger, and breakfast was included... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 23-07-2016
This Marriott is old and in need of some upgrading. Everything just looks a bit tattered and worn. The rooms are a good size and the views of the Potomac are lovely. The staff is very good, but the shabbiness of the place is just not what I have come to expect from a Marriott, which is my hotel chain of choice. The location is wonderful, and the walk into Georgetown over the Key Bridge is magnificent.
from md
Submitted on 23-07-2016
If you can remember that this was THE FIRST Marriott Hotel built in 1959, you can be a little more forgiving and appreciative of the "charm." I kept telling myself 'historic' when I would find faults. Low ceilings, old style architecture, few elevators, additions that make for some strange configurations. It's super convenient to the business district, you can walk everywhere, and you can walk across the short bridge to Georgetown. If you are looking for modern, this will probably disappoint y... Read more
Submitted on 25-07-2016
I have been staying at this hotel off and on now for 5 years. The bar area and food are respectable for a business hotel. There is plenty of conference room/meeting space. The rooms could use some updating as could the exercise room in the basement, but all in all, this a good hotel in a great location!
from brunswick, me
Submitted on 26-07-2016
Stayed here as part of a group for DC events; we had a room with an amazing view of both Georgetown and downtown DC including Washington Monument. For the discounted price it wasn't bad but the restaurant was to be avoided. A very friendly staff at the little coffee shop next to the restaurant made the search for a healthy, inexpensive breakfast easy. Indoor/outdoor pools were good and the overall building was in decent shape although probably due for a renovation. Our bed was very comfortab... Read more
from Nashville
Submitted on 27-07-2016
First the good - the staff was outstanding! Keisha, who checked us in went out of her way to accommodate us. She gave us an extended check-out time and even came out to our car to be sure the bell-hop got all of our luggage on the cart when checking in. Now for the bad. The air conditioning system was abysmal! Our room had a control that we set to 60 deg. Room never got below 75! We were told it would cool nicely after the heat of the afternoon (100 F outside) passed. Did not happen. VERY... Read more
Submitted on 31-07-2016
The hotel is old and dated, but the worst thing is that the bathrooms are awfully small and uncomfortable (definitely not as the ones the hotel shows in their web page and this page) and the "bathtub" was chipped, which make it look that the maintenance of the hotel is very poor. I got a room in the 4th floor and I could hear all the noise from George Washington Memorial Pkwy. Definitely not worth the money.
from Solihull, United Kingdom
Submitted on 01-08-2016
We stayed here for 3 nights at the start of a USA road trip. Pros Location for the Lincoln Memorial and surrounding area - you could even walk, but it would take about 45 minutes Rooms are clean and nicely presented Indoor and outdoor pool Manager was very helpful when we had a problem with our room Cons On the flight path for airport take off and landing depending on which day, so every 5 minutes it's very loud, although it stops late at night and isn't too loud in the rooms The restauran... Read more
from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 02-08-2016
The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We were blessed with complimentary on site parking; they added access to the garage to our room key. The room was quiet and comfortable. The bathroom was updated and well appointed. The layout of the hotel can be confusing because it so large, but it wasn't hard to navigate. The location was FANTASTIC!!! You can actually walk over the Key Bridge right into historic Georgetown! If we need a room when we visit again, we will give strong conside... Read more
from Ann Arbor, Michigan
Submitted on 06-08-2016
Front desk service was exceptional especially Jessica R. who was so pleasant, friendly and helpful. She provided helpful tips regarding the area. Our check-in was handled in a very quick and efficient manner. Room service was timely. Restaurant food was good.
from Villanova, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 08-08-2016
Marriott hotels are usually known for there all around good service and quality accommodations. We can totally confirm that- and more for the Key Bridge Marriott across the bridge from Georgetown University. This Marriott is convenient and well located without being in the congestion of Georgetown central. It has easy onsite parking and professional, helpful staff. The GUTS bus shuttles back and forth to GU campus for easy commuting. The lobby is spacious with a restaurant and bar area buzzing ... Read more
Submitted on 10-08-2016
My wife and I spent a full week at this hotel and had a wonderful time. From the outside the property looks pretty "retro", but once we walked through the door we were pleasantly surprised. The lobby was very modern looking and clean. The staff were all very friendly and accommodating. We ended up on the 11th floor with with a Potomac/Georgetown view. I can't stress enough how much you want a scenic view room. The hotel is located a literal stones throw from the river bank, directly across the r... Read more
Submitted on 11-08-2016
Had a great stay at this hotel. I had a nice and warm and fast check in. This hotel is in a great location. I had some small housekeeping issues. When open the windows their was spider webs all over the window and all in the bathroom the ceiling and brown stains all over it.
from Viera, United States
Submitted on 12-08-2016
This hotel is fine if you would like to be within a few blocks of a Metro Station. It is also walking distance to a few eateries. But it could definitely use some sprucing up to get it back to its former glory days. Key Bridge Marriott used to be a destination resort in itself. Couples spent honeymoons and anniversaries at the hotel, and it was a fantastic place for business meetings. It's main draw was the rooftop restaurant complete with hangover tables and full windows overlooking Georgetow... Read more
Submitted on 12-08-2016
Had I walked in without seeing the logo, I would have assumed that this was a budget hotel. The closet door was broken. The tub drain stuck. Physically, this place is sub par and overpriced. That being said, both the hotel and restaurant staff were exceptional. The hotel is conveniently placed between the Roslyn business district and the Georgetown fun. If the actual room isn't an issue and you get a bargain, go for it.
from Atlanta, Georgia
Submitted on 15-08-2016
We encountered difficulty with our tour bus when they did not pick us up as promised. Keisha took control of the situation and attempted to get us help. Unfortunately it was to no avail; however, she then put us in a cab to meet the bus. DCTrails bus tours have troubles on so many levels, but Keisha salvaged our vacation. The other employees at Key Bridge are also helpful and very polite. It is unfortunate that all businesses do not understand customer service like Marriott Key Bridge. Their emp... Read more
from Chardon, Ohio
Submitted on 16-08-2016
Our king room was wonderful. Ask for a room on floor higher than 7 for a view. We looked at Potomac river. The staff, especially May the concierge, was outstanding. Not a fault with anything!! The front desk, bellman, hostess, bartender Azis all treated everyone with respect and were all personable. Definitely I will stay here again. If you don't mind a little walk - about 1.2 miles- you can cross the Key bridge to Georgetown. Easy walk. We went to waterfront restaurants 2 nights from t... Read more
from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 29-08-2016
I found the hotel to be clean and comfortable, with friendly, helpful staff. I had forgotten some things while packing and the front desk provided them free of charge. The room was clean, quiet, and well-maintained and the facilities were modern. If I am ever in the DC area, I will not hesitate to book again!
from Reykjavik, Iceland
Submitted on 30-08-2016
I've stayed at this hotel twice. They have great rooms, very comfortable. I love the staff, they are very polite and are willing to solve any problem that might come up. The first night we had some school kids next door and they were partying all night. We complained the day after and the solved the problem, we were very pleased with the outcome. I love the location, short walk to Georgetown and to the Metro. Even though it has some heavy traffic close to the hotel, we never noticed and never h... Read more
Submitted on 01-09-2016
I have stayed here may years ago. Whole changes to decor add updates and freshness it doesn't always fully improve the rooms. The rooms can be, not all, be quite small. Concierge room in the evening was wonderfully staffed and proactively attended to each guest. Can't say the same for the morning staff. Nice view from concierge looking out the windows across the river to Georgetown. Very spacious lobby and restaurant and coffee onsite. I would stay here again.
from Bronx, New York
Submitted on 01-09-2016
Closer to 2.5 stars and that is pretty much for the staff which was helpful throughout the stay. When looking into hotels in the immediate area, I saw the Holiday Inn and Hyatt which were actually closer to the Rosslyn train station than the Marriott, but further away from the Key Bridge. I saw the "Marriott" nameplate (not the Courtyard or sub-Marriott hotel) and decided to go with that. The hotel is about 3-4 blocks away from the Rosslyn train station and right near the Key Bridge (as the name... Read more
from Pittsford, New York
Submitted on 07-09-2016
We stayed one evening at the Key Bridge Marriott. We had a wedding at Fort Meyer chapel on Saturday and did not want to drive back to Reston where we were staying late at night. We had a very nice clean room. The bed and linens were comfortable and even though it is located at a busy intersection it was quiet in the room. The room was not large and did not have a great view but we knew that when we booked the room. It was only one night and we did not up grade to a bigger room as we normally do... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 12-09-2016
A wonderful lady from checkin was kind enough to get us a great room, free parking, and advice on some great local eateries. We had a nice view overlooking the Potomac. Don't hesitate to ask the front desk if you have any preferences! There are two parking lots on the premises. A small one in front of the hotel and a large indoor parking garage in the back. Both are accessible by sliding in your room key which opens the gate. If you are looking to explore and have some great grub, I'd recomm... Read more
from Eastham, Massachusetts
Submitted on 14-09-2016
Prior to my arrival, I received a note that my room was ready and was upgraded to a suite. As a Platinum life member, I stay at many Marriott properties and this one is is need of a modernization project. I'd like to see what a regular room looks like. My suite is smaller than some bathrooms in rooms that I've stayed at. The sliding mirror door on the "closet" is broken and I can sit on the edge of the bed and touch the desk, that's how small the room is. The Concierge Lounge is very small for t... Read more
from bridgeport
Submitted on 16-09-2016
9/13/16 was our second stay at the Key Bridge Marriott and as always, the staff could not have been friendlier or more helpful. We spent the previous night at the the JW Marriott in downtown DC. The difference in customer service (5 stars for Key Bridge - 2or3 for JW) is tremendous. Free parking is a huge plus. Our room was clean and comfortable. Special thanks to Brittany Gudger, Omar and Lin (Starbucks) for exceptional customer service! Key Bridge Marriott will from this point forward be our f... Read more
from South Lyon, Michigan
Submitted on 19-09-2016
Took awhile to check-in since there was insufficient front desk staff at 3:00 PM on a Sunday to handle number of people wanting to check in. Staff was very helpful. Difficult to get to room due to multiple elevators being out of service and confusing layout of lobby. Room was barely bigger than bed; not much value even though I was paying government per diem rate. Convenient location to Georgetown and multiple bike paths for running, biking, and walking. Hotel is on flight path for Reagan a... Read more
from Mobile, Alabama
Submitted on 19-09-2016
Iconic hotel in key location in the DC area looks...exhausted. It's old and shows its age. Some old hotels have charm and some are just old. This one is old. The elevators have dents in the door that appear to have been there forever. The rooms have a weary feel. The hallways need new lighting and new carpeting. The people were wonderfully nice, but the structure itself is in need of some love from the owner.
from Pleasanton, California
Submitted on 19-09-2016
The hotel is under a flight path, so planes are going by pretty regularly. We stayed Friday & Saturday night. On Saturday night, there was a live band thumping away until almost 11:00PM, which we could hear on the 9th floor. The wireless was so slow as to be almost unusable, and they charge $12.95 for this. They would like you to pay even more for an upgrade to wireless that works. The hotel has a parking lot, but they charge for parking. (We didn't have a car, but it still irks me to see hote... Read more
from Irvine, California
Submitted on 23-09-2016
hotel is located near Georgetown. there is a coffee shop which is very convenient in the morning with its Starbucks coffee. we got a hop on hop off tour for two days and they picked us right from our hotel a lady that sold us the tour ticket was very nice and helpful. also there is always available taxis at the front of hotel. means no waiting time. we stayed for a very pleasant week there. i would go back there any time.
Submitted on 25-09-2016
This was a short trip to the DC area for me. When I arrived at the Marriott I was pleased at its location to many popular areas in the DC area. A short walk to the metro got me anywhere I wanted to go. As for the hotel it was clean and the staff were very polite and professional. The lobby was large with several sitting areas. It was very inviting for friends and family to sit and talk. The room was also clean. The bathroom was a little small but it's a bathroom. How much time you goin... Read more
from Lexington, Massachusetts
Submitted on 25-09-2016
Have stayed here several times because of its proximity to the Marine Corps Marathon finish line. Stayed again on a visit to Georgetown this weekend. Quick 10 minute walk over the bridge to the heart of gtown. Hotel rooms could use an update but very clean and spacious. Restaurant and lounge in the lobby. Starbucks coffee served in the gift shop. Pool. Would absolutely stay again.
Submitted on 25-09-2016
After bouncing around hotels trying to find a place to spend at least a couple nights in due to DC being super busy, I managed to get a few nights in at this hotel and was greeted by the most wonderful front desk. She even was the one who checked me out and was absolutely a wonderful person who remembered me and I wish I was better at remembering names because she deserves extra credit. The room had a nice view, and it was somewhat nice being a little bit out of the bustle that is Roslyn right ... Read more
from Toronto, Canada
Submitted on 25-09-2016
Super convenient and well-located hotel. It is just a few subway stops from DCA Airport (Get off at Rosslyn Station). You still have to walk a few blocks from Rosslyn Station to the hotel including taking some stairs and crossing some pedestrian bridges, so keep in mind if you have a lot of luggage or if it is raining. The property itself is clean and well-managed. Free wi-fi in the lobby only. Staff was extremely friendly. There is no in-room safe, but front desk staff will take you to ... Read more
from Syosset, New York
Submitted on 28-09-2016
I stayed here for two nights. From the Check in to the Check out the experience was excellent. This is a really big facility and easy to get lost. Since I was there as part of a conference I did not try the restaurant food. The food they served for the conference attendees was good. The place is very close to the Regan International Airport and main government agencies in Washington DC.
Submitted on 29-09-2016
WONDERFUL HOTEL This Marriott is why they are in business. The Downtown DC has the high dollar hotels this marriott has quiet nice size rooms, a bar & restaurant with good food a great staff, all the service of one of the downtown hotels, easy driving access and easy access to DC.transport.
from Kansas City
Submitted on 03-10-2016
Key Bridge Marriott is definitely among the bottom 10% of Marriotts that I've stayed at...showing wear and tear, and the absence of the signature service level that we have come to expect with the brand. I've been coming to and staying in hotels in DC for 30 years and this is the first time that I've stayed at the Key Bridge Marriott. Nothing about this hotel wants me return. Unless you are a current fan of the Key Bridge Marriott for any reason, I recommend that you find another property in ... Read more
from Toronto, Canada
Submitted on 09-10-2016
Decent and clean room. Hallways are old and tired looking. Pool is a good size. Our first room on the 5th floor our AC didn't work. Had to move late at night after it was determined that it would take 1.5 hrs to fix. Not pleasant with 2 kids. Anyhow, moved to a room on opposite side with a balcony on the 3rd floor. Can hear the planes taking off from air port. It's really loud. But assume that it would be this way anywhere in this area. Can hear the plumbing. Wifi was good with good receptio... Read more
from Washington DC, District of Columbia
Submitted on 12-10-2016
This hotel is the oldest Continually Operated Marriott hotel in the world (I believe there was one motel before this that has since been torn down). The staff at the front desk were all great and very friendly. The lobby and common areas were all nicely mantained. Room was fairly well mantained and also quite dirty. I found several bobby pins on the ground as well as crumbs. It didn't appear as though my room was vacuumed at all. Bathroom was somewhat acceptable level of cleanliness. It s... Read more
from Orange City, Iowa
Submitted on 13-10-2016
We were on a tour of Washington DC. This hotel offered great location for our start every day. We had wonderful service and breakfast every morning. The bed slept great. Rooms were just right for us, we were not there very much. The small little convenience store had good service. We would go there after every day and stock up on snacks. The staff there was very accommodating. Overall a great experience.
from West Chester, PA
Submitted on 13-10-2016
Just spent the weekend at this hotel. It is old and the rooms are not very large but it is very clean and the staff is exceptional. We were in town to see a women's soccer game at Georgetown. It is an easy walk from the hotel to the campus, M Street for shopping and the river district for dinning and entertainment. Again the staff were great. From the reception desk to the lounge and then the restaurant there were no missed steps and always a welcoming smile. The GM and staff are to be commended... Read more