Un hogar lejos de casa. Iglesia operado. Buenos precios. Limpio, agradable, un ambiente cálido y hogareño. La International Guest House se encuentra en un barrio seguro ubicado lejos del ajetreo y el bullicio de la DC. La casa de tres pisos está atractivamente remodelado. IGH está situado a 4 1/2 millas al norte de la Casa Blanca y 3 casas de una parada de autobús. Hasta diez nacionalidades diferentes han sido representados aquí al mismo tiempo. Charlando con la gente de todo el mundo en el desayuno y té de la tarde es el resaltado para muchos que permanecer aquí. Todas las nacionalidades y religiones aceptadas. Muchos regresan por segunda y tercera vez. Internet wi-fi disponible.
3,4 en agosto 22, 2014
I had an awesome time at IGH. I received a very pleasant welcome; much more pleasant than I expected. The rooms are neat and I found the staff to be friendly. It is the perfect place for you if you're visiting Washington DC on a limited budget. I would recommend IGH anytime anyday.
5 en marzo 27, 2013
A friend and I recently stayed here on a brief visit to DC, and it was by far my favorite place I have ever stayed! The staff (volunteers) were very friendly and instantly made us feel at home. Evening tea and breakfast each morning were a wonderful opportunity to mingle with the hosts as well as other guests and hear about their experiences in the city... we ended up visiting places we hadn't even heard of based on their recommendations, and were very glad we did! Though these were not an issue for us (many were a "plus" in our opinions), there are a few potential downsides: -11pm curfew. Because the front door is always locked, you have to be back to the house by 11pm or there will not be anyone to let you inside. -slight religious component. It is run by Mennonite volunteers, so there is a brief devotional and prayer before breakfast each day, but there is nothing stopping you from coming late to breakfast; and you are obviously not required to participate, just be respectful and quiet at this time. -reserve by # of beds rather than # of rooms... if you are traveling alone, you will likely end up with a roommate! They have 2-bed and 3-bed rooms, so if you are traveling in a group, this should not be an issue. All rooms have twin beds. -Diverse guests. As the name suggests, it attracts many international travelers as well as those from the U.S... if you do not like meeting people from different cultures, this place is not for you! Overall, it was a wonderful stay! It was truly a home away from home, and I already want to go back! In the words of the friend I was traveling with "There have been plenty of times that I went on a trip and didn't want to leave the place, city, etc... but this is the only time I have ever not wanted to leave the accomodations."
3,4 en junio 23, 2012
A great stay for us, close to downtown. Andy & Dirk were most helpful helping us get aquainted with the city & the transportation system. Breakfast was simple as was evening tea but gave you a chance to meet people from other cultures/countries. Great location, close to buses & a clean environment. Sharing bathrooms not a problem at all. If you are looking for a good value, this is it.... Danny & Martha - fulltimeRV'ers Sioux Falls, SD (currently in Elmira, NY)
4,2 en abril 13, 2012
The International Guest House is a lovely place to stay while visiting Washington DC. The most outstanding feature was the tea served at 9 pm. As many guests as possible would gather in the evenings for tea and cookies. We shared our days' adventures and discussed many other topics. My husband and I would rush back every evening to enjoy the company of the other guests. Pros: Evening tea, great variety in guests, safe location, knowledgable staff, very clean, price (very good value!), quite close to transportation Cons: Small beds, shared bathrooms only
4,2 en octubre 22, 2011
Andy and Anita take great care to make their guests feel confortable and at home. They convinced us that also in America kindness and good personal relations are more important than the dollar. We enjoyed especially meeting people of different countries and cultures every evening.
4,6 en julio 30, 2011
I stayed at the International Guest house during my visit to Washington DC, this is a bed and breakfast located in a safe neighborhood, just 20 minutes away from the White House, transportation is easy, and the hosts are very polite. Rooms are very clean, the price is cheap, just 40 dollars per night, taking into account that hotels in Washington are very expensive. The breaksfast and the tea at night are enough and delicious. I strongly recommend the IGH , if I have to go to DC again I`ll stay there for sure!!!
4,8 en junio 01, 2011
I am so thankful that I cancelled my booking at a pricey hotel near the Convention Center, and found 8 nights available at IHG! It was a 'home away from home' experience. The staff could not have been more cordial, accommodating and helpful in every way. A lovely older home in a genuine tree-lined neighborhood, safe to boot, and only a few miles from the center of Washington, the IHG offers complimentary breakfast [yummy fresh muffins!], thrice-daily teas, Wi-Fi Internet access in each room, a general purpose/recreation room, quiet, comfort, caring and care, cleanliness. The bus to downtown is only half a block down the street and operates every 5-15 minutes from early morning to late at night. It connects to the Metro, according to one's wishes. There are 2 single beds in each room, and a singleton often will have a roommate. Bathroom is shared and impeccably clean. Particularly enchanting is the astonishing variety of guests from all over the world, each with 'a story to tell'. Although run by Mennonites, other than a brief meditative reading and prayer at the communal breakfast, religion is not discussed unless one wishes to do so. I plan to stay there 'next time' in DC, and I will steer my friends to the IHG, even coercively! 'Such a deal/steal'!
4,4 en mayo 30, 2011
I can't say enough nice things about this place. It's on a quiet street, has public transportation nearby that takes you to the National Mall, and you simply cannot beat the price. For only 4O bucks a night I got a comfy place to sleep, breakfast, and home baked cookies at tea time. It's by no means luxurious, and you may have to share a room and bathroom(it was not busy during my stay so I had a room to myself), but at that price, you'll have no complaints. Best of all were the lovely volunteers at the guest house. They create a warm, family atmosphere and go out of their way to help you figure out how to get around, what to see, ect. I had a great time and will stay there anytime I happen to be in DC
5 en noviembre 05, 2010
both the place and the people are very nice, they impressed me.
4,6 en noviembre 01, 2010
This charming home is a bastion of safety, comfort and care. The staff is splendid - I wanted for nothing. Public transportation is very close; the breakfasts are plentiful and good, the rooms clean and charming.
Al otro lado de la calle desde el parque Rock Creek, Ciudad
Washington DC, DC (DCA-Ronald Reagan National) 6 miles
495 Beltway-Exit 31B en Georgia Ave., Sur. Vaya por 1/2 milla y gire a la derecha en la salida de 16th St. Tome 16th St. a Kennedy St. (cerca de 3 1/2 millas) y gire a la izquierda. La casa de huéspedes se encuentra a 3 casas de la esquina de 16 y Kennedy.
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