Morrison Clark Inn
Historic Hotel in Downtown DC
Everyone should visit our nation’s capital to see the monuments dedicated to those who fought to create, preserve and protect our country as well as the museums dedicated to the things that we hold dear. In the same city, you can read Lincoln’s words saying that ALL men are created equal etched into marble, see the Star-Spangled banner and gaze upon the face Da Vinci’s Ginevra. You should also come here to experience the heat and humidity that only a former swamp can offer. Cars are out of the question, because there are no places to put them. Your primary modes of conveyance will be your own two feet and the clean and easy to use Metro.
DC is not short on places to stay, but finding a clean, spacious room that is within walking distance of the mall and Metro and won’t break your budget can be difficult. The Morrison Clark Hotel offers comfort, class and convenience, all at a price that won’t put you in the poor house. The downtown location is just a few minutes’ walk from the Metro and about a 15-minute walk from the Capitol Mall. Located in a converted Victorian Mansion that was built in 1864, this inn offers modern amenities like cable TV and the all-important free Wi-Fi, and the staff is extremely helpful and friendly. The best feature is the veranda, which is above street level and shielded by trees, allowing you a perfect place to relax, read, have a bite or something to drink or just look out onto the beautiful streets of our nation’s capital.
Know Before You Go
Getting to the Morrison Clark Inn is super easy on the Metro, especially if you fly into Reagan National Airport. At the airport, hop on a yellow line train north and get off at Mt. Vernon Sq/7th St Convention Center station. From there, it is a few blocks to the hotel. They offer a AAA discount, so be sure to bring your card with you.
Convenience, class and affordability make the Morrison Clark Inn an excellent value and a perfect base of operations for your stay in DC.
Published on Sep 10 2012
Last Updated on Apr 16 2020