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- 98%History Buffs
- 98%Nightlife Lovers
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- Tabard InnMember ofVegetarianLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 5Jun 23, 2014
If you're looking for a reasonable place to stay that does not resemble one of the soul-less chain hotels that dominate the downtown DC hotel scene, the Tabard Inn is a great option. Many of the rooms have shared bathrooms and none of the rooms have televisions. You won't need them as you're just steps away from Dupont Circle and the other neighborhoods that make DC great. The restaurant and bar downstairs are amazing and the free continental breakfast is light and quick.
- Tabard InnJun 13, 2014
I love the look of this place! The inn has dark wood and an eclectic, fun décor. They have a house designer who puts antiques together with more modern art.
It's a good spot for a small wedding or honeymoon. But the hotel has lots of regulars, who breeze into town on business and seek a comfy atmosphere in the evening. The lounge has a fireplace and is a great place for cocktails.
The bedroom was cheerful and, predictably, had interesting furnishings. While the bathroom was minute, I was distracted by the old photography on the walls!Recommended for:
- Tabard InnMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Jul 05, 2012
I love this place for brunch only!!!! Their regular breakfast is so so. Nothing to write home about. Their brunch however, is out of this world awesome!!! Anything on ye menu is a delight! You must try their donuts and oyster! Their bloodymary is a must have as well!! Cannot wait to go back!
- Tabard InnJul 05, 2012
I like the inn's locale – near boutique offices, an embassy or two, and not far from the Dupont Circle cafe and bar scene. The Tabard Inn's own restaurant attracts an interesting crowd – not only hotel guests, but neighbors, journalists and people in the arts scene. It's relaxed, but part of the city's action at the same time.
Originally three Victorian townhouses, the Inn was named after a hostelry in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. A lot of private events are held there, and it's easy to understand why. The rooms are wonderful, with a different, original look.
Very Good!95 reviews across the web.
- LocationNear to public transport, according to 100%.
- Ambiance90% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
- Food83% found the breakfast to be wonderful.
- Service76% found the staff to be very friendly.
- HotelHotel is great.
- PriceGreat price.