Set within a 15-minute walk of Old Post Office Pavilion, this 4-star Hotel Zena, a Viceroy Urban Retreat includes Barbie Pond on Avenue Q nearby. It was completely renovated in 2019 and is ready to offer accommodaton in 191 rooms. Valet parking service, ironing service and newspaper service as well as a safe deposit box, private parking and a vending machine are on hand.
The venue is located in Northeast district of Washington, 0.7 miles from the city center. Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center is 0.8 miles away from this pet-friendly hotel. World War II Memorial is also located near the property. The venue is 15 minutes' drive from Ronald Reagan Washington National airport and 15 minutes' walk to the White House train station.
The accommodation features air-conditioned rooms with high-speed internet, a sitting area and a trouser press. These units offer city views. They are fitted with marble-lined bathrooms with a walk-in shower, terry cloth bathrobes and guest toiletries.
Eat & Drink
There are various dining options such as Hedy's Rooftop, Figleaf Bar & Lounge.
A full breakfast is served at the price of USD 25.
The hotel offers cribs and a kids' club for guests checking in with children. Alternatively, guests can exercise in a fitness center.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Private parking is possible on site at USD 50 per day.
The personnel at the hotel speaks English, German, Spanish, Italian.
Year renovated: 2019. Number of floors: 14. Number of rooms: 191.
Former name: Kimpton Donovan
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
USD 50 per day
Bar/ Lounge area
Leisure/ TV room
- Free Wi-Fi
- Baggage storage
- 24-hour services
- Food/ Drinks
- Fitness/ Gym
- Public parking is possible on site at USD 50 per day.
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness center
- Pool tables
- Room service
- Dry cleaning
- Welcome drink
- Happy hour
- Paid breakfast
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Audiovisual equipment
- Board games
- Kids club
Facilities for people with disabilities
- Toilet for disabled
- Bathroom for disabled
Spa & Leisure
- Leisure/ TV room
- Pool with view
- Shallow end
- City view
- Landscape view
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Bottled water
- Turndown service
- Dining table
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Lighted makeup mirror
- Electric kettle
- Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
- Premium bedding
- Parquet floor
Rooms and availability
Bed options:1 King-size bed
305 sq. feet
Bed options:1 King-size bed
250 sq. feet
Bed options:1 King-size bed
230 sq. feet
- City landmarks
Overall, it's lovely place for exploring Washington attractions. Friendly staff of the hotel.
Nice place for exploring Washington. We liked the way our king room was.
The Roof Top Bar is quite nice.
Breakfast really was a big letdown for the price. The "Continental Breakfast Buffet" was a joke and everything else expensive. At a neighboring hotel there is a breakfast buffet for a reasonable price for Washington standards "All Inclusive" (and you are also asked if you want to have coffee or juice refilled).
Very good location. Many sights within walking distance
No breakfast included
Great location, nice furnishing with modern bathrooms.
Hotel Rooms are amazing and clean.
But only problem is management which charging customer account $ 105 for missing bottle of shampoo without investigation. How can you treat customer as "theft" without informing customer about situation. This is Hospitality Industry, and we are came for experience not accuse for stealing. Such horrible experience I ever had!
there is no bath-tub
Location, staff, CVS was open just infornt of the hotel for 24 hrs. Resturant and cafes available near the hotel in a walking distance with different variety.
They have party every night at the rooftop, and I was just below it. The base sound was just annoying, did not let me sleep well. When I complain they promise to lower it, but it almost the same. Next night, I have to reequest again, but this time they lower it.
Excellent view (if you are lucky to get a room not facing the inner yard....)
Be sure to have the print-out booking from www.Booked.net on hand especially if you have booked a room "with a view to Thomas Circle".... You have almost to fight for it. It doesn't matter how long in advance you have booked - you'll be firstly told that the hotel is sold out and that you can take only the room with the view to the inner yard (awful!). But if you stand your ground and if you're lucky enough after half a hour of discussions and persuasions you'll be put in a room you have booked. This happened both times I stayed in this hotel for the past three months.
I came on college tours with my son.The location was great and the hotel was an excellent choice for us.
The staff was very helpful. Our room had unique furnishing and a very nice view of the city. Location was perfect - very close to the major tourist attractions.
A microwave in the room would have been nice
The relaxed atmosphere of the hotel and some of the staff. The roof top pool and bar. The room. The location.
The pool closed at 5pm which I think is too early especially at a city hotel where guests may have been on business all day or sightseeing and fancy a quick dip when they get back. This is the first hotel I have ever stayed in and had to pay for tea and coffee in the room - I was quite shocked by this.
The location. Close to the White House and walking distance to places of interest.
The shower. Felt that the water pressure from the shower is very weak.
This boutique hotel had a very retro vibe with a lot of thought into setting a sense of atmosphere around the bed. It really made us want to lie in bed, relaxing while listening to jazz on the ipod dock. It is close to some fabulous resturants and bars so although it may be a bit off the beaten track to the more established neighborhoods in the city, you did not have to walk far for a great eveining out. Gay or straight, a very mixed and open neighborhood.
Metro service to the area is poor. Cabs and foot are the way to go