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Date: 05/22/23 12:43
A room with a view, Washington, DC
Author: Chessie1963

I am in DC for two days, as you may have discerned from the earlier posts.  It is a work trip.  However, I am staying at the Marriott NOMA, which is very near Union Station.  I have Marriott status, so I got bumped up to a junior suite with a view that I found quite, uh, shocking.  I was able to see the Crescent and the Star arrive in between meetings today, and neither was clean.  What I find odd is that different cars are experiencing different levels of cleanliness.  Go figure.

I had no idea the hotel was so close to Union Station, and I certainly did not expect such a view of the action around here!

 




Date: 05/22/23 12:46
Re: A room with a view, Washington, DC
Author: ClubCar

Wow, that is a great view for sure.  Enjoy your stay.
John in White Marsh, Maryland



Date: 05/22/23 12:59
Re: A room with a view, Washington, DC
Author: monaddave

Are you about the sixth or seventh floor in that photo?
Dave



Date: 05/22/23 13:18
Re: A room with a view, Washington, DC
Author: RRBMail

One thing for sure, that's not Munich, Germany's bahnhof below!



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Date: 05/22/23 13:31
Re: A room with a view, Washington, DC
Author: BRAtkinson

Whenever I have a layover in Washington DC, the Marriott NOMA is my number one choice because of it's location. Although I don't have status, I ask for a room facing the tracks and I have gotten one each time.

Problem is I'm very price sensitive and most times that hotel is too expensive for my blood. I then stay elsewhere. Being limited to subway or train for tranportation, Marriott NOMA is only one stop on the Red Line from Washington station Union Station. Unless it was in the terminal it could not be a better location!

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Date: 05/22/23 13:35
Re: A room with a view, Washington, DC
Author: Chessie1963

10th.

monaddave Wrote:
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> Are you about the sixth or seventh floor in that
> photo?
> Dave



Date: 05/22/23 13:39
Re: A room with a view, Washington, DC
Author: cabman

For the "uninformed" what does NOMA stand for?



Date: 05/22/23 13:49
Re: A room with a view, Washington, DC
Author: GenePoon

cabman Wrote:
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> For the "uninformed" what does NOMA stand for?
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North Of Massachusetts Avenue



Date: 05/22/23 14:32
Re: A room with a view, Washington, DC
Author: switchlock

I was there several years ago and ended up in a room with a view on the other end of the hotel.  Nice surprise.




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