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October 13, 2010

Romance/Getaway Series - Adam's Inn B&B


Inn Description (from their website):

Adam's Inn, a Victorian B&B spanning three 100-year old buildings on a quiet residential street, has been a "home away from home" for international and budget-conscious travelers for 20 years. Located in historic Adams-Morgan, the Inn borders a vibrant, multicultural entertainment district that is home to more than one hundred of DCs most popular shops, restaurants, and music clubs. The National Zoo, White House, Convention Center, museums, galleries and many other tourist attractions are just minutes away by foot, subway, bus or taxi. The Inn is just a 7 block walk from the Woodley Park Red Line Metro station and a 10 block walk from the Columbia Heights Green & Yellow Line Metro station.

Adams Inn offers comfort, charm, and affordability, plus a friendly and knowledgeable staff that goes out of its way to be helpful.

 
Amenities: The amenities inside our room at this B&B seemed to be quite limited, in that the rooms do not come equipped with shampoo/conditioner, a TV, and hair dryers as many do (which I was not prepared for). The rooms are also very sparce, lacking much artwork or decor, but my guess is that when you are in DC, especially this happening area of DC, there is so much to see, do and experience, guests probably don't spend much time in their room. It's a typical B&B in the sense that the only TV's are in the common rooms, but it was still a very comfortable size room, and I enjoyed my stay there. You don't miss the extra luxuries because it's a quaint and friendly place with a beautiful outdoor garden in the back, which is full of charm! I would give this category 3 of 5 stars.



Location: This B&B is located in the Adam's Morgan part of the city, or the NW part of DC. It's on a quiet residential-looking street, but walking distance to the circulator (bus pass for only $1), the metro bus, the subway, and also to a ton of clubs, bars and restaurants of many varieties. We found the location to be ideal. We walked into to town at night for a bit to each, and we walked to the Circulator when we wanted to sight see, and visit things like the white house, washington monument, air & space museum etc. It's very easy to navigate around the city! I would give this 5 of 5 stars.


Customer Service: Arriving with no shampoo in hand, the innkeeper was very helpful in finding a sample for us to use while staying at the Adam's Inn B&B. She also helped us find out way to the bus stop, and answered our every question. A personal connection and friendly atmosphere really goes a long way! I would give this 4.5 of 5 stars.


Food/Drinks: Coffee and tea were available to guests at any hour of the day, at these cute little nooks. I must admit I frequented this area each day before heading out to make sure I had a warm beverage in hand. It was a great feature. The morning breakfast that comes with your stay at this B&B is a continental breakfast consisting of cereal, bagels/breads, oatmeal, yogurt, fruit drinks, coffee, tea and fruit. It wasn't anything fancy, but there was plenty to choose from. My personal favorites were the fresh bagels and fruit. You can't go wrong with carbs and fruit in the morning, which is my personal opinion. I would give this 3 of 5 stars.


For more information, visit their website: http://www.adamsinn.com/

Disclaimer: stay was provided for this review

1 comment:

  1. I have stayed here. It is a great location. I love how they build on community.

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