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Five Reasons To Staycation at The River Inn, D.C.

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My husband and I have really developed the love for staycations. As much as we love traveling and exploring new cities and countries, there is nothing quite relaxing as packing a bag and heading to an Inn in the city and vegging out. 

We, unintentionally, had happen to choose a cold winter weekend, to stay at The Riven Inn, A Modus Hotel. This was our second stay at a Modus property, and having had a wonderful experience previously, we were looking forward to our stay.

We checked in late on a Friday evening, and were welcomed by their most hospitable staff. We were exhausted and hence, watched a little television and called it a night. Next morning we woke up to a cold, snowy D.C. morning. It is such a wonderful sight. The whole weekend was about enjoying the city, sipping hot chocolate, hiding from the cold and shopping for more layers, and then coming back to our spacious, comfortable room at The River Inn. 

So instead of doing a same-ole-review I thought I will give you give good reasons to consider The River Inn for your next D.C. stay: 

Location: Tucked away on a tree-lined street, The River Inn is a stone-throw-away from Georgetown. It strikes a perfect balance between relaxation and serenity, while still embracing the spirit of the city.

Rooms: It has upscale, spacious suites with ample space for long stays and families, both. The rooms have a full kitchen with a refrigerator, a desk with office space, a living room with a sofa bed, and large windows with panoramic views of the Potomac River or Foggy Bottom. What else could a room offer! 

Staff: A special shoutout to everyone at the Front Desk and the restaurant. They were attentive, patience and had answers for whatever queries we might have. They were professional and courteous even during the peak hours. 

Toiletries: The 'PURE' products especially their body lotion is one of my favorite so whenever I see it in any hotel I stay, I already like it a little more.  

Yoga - The River Inn has a partnership with Georgetown Yoga which is a 10 minute walk from the hotel. They offer complimentary access to all their in-studio classes, which for me was the best amenity a property can offer.

And if that is not enough, they also have a trendy restaurant on site - DISH - that features contemporary reinventions of American classics. It had a casual-chic-ambiance which I would love to come back for a date night and enjoy!

If you are visiting D.C. or a DMV area resident looking for a cozy-comfortable stay, I would highly recommend the The River Inn. 

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The stay was sponsored by Modus Hotels
All opinions mentioned are my own. 
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22 comments

  1. I'll have to check it out the next time I'm visiting family! Thanks for the suggestion!

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  2. Good review. When one lives close to a metropolitan area like DC or NYC, it's easy to find fun places to visit on staycations.

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  3. Staycations are so fun! That hotel looks amazing!

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  4. I like that this hotel has a yoga partnership as that's not very common. I don't seem to ever do staycations (unless going to Tahoe would be considered a staycation as it's a couple hours away), but maybe I should do them more often.

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  5. I haven't been to D.C. that often, but this looks beautiful! I like the sound of the hotel partnering with a yoga place, especially the complimentary access!

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  6. Oh! Looks so relaxing and fun! :) I totally would visit this location. :)

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  7. The River Inn looks absolutely amazing! loved all your pictures, will def. try to go there!
    xoxo, Pilar

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  8. I love the idea of a staycation! It’s a great way to get acquainted with a place. I’m a sucker for Georgetown I’ll definitely have to check this place out next time I visit.

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  9. This really does look like a very enjoyable place to stay. D.C. is only a few hours drive for us, and we never had proper time together away from our children, this could possibly be just what we need.

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  10. I love the idea of a staycation, but I've never actually done one. Now I'm inspired to finally give it a try :)

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  11. Thanks for the tips. Your article and pictures inspire me to check it out.

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  12. Looks like a beautiful Inn, I love your pictures and description. Whenever I visit, I am surely staying there.

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  13. I haven't been to DC in so long. I'll have to check this out sometime!

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  14. The River Inn looks like a perfect hotel to stay in. Love seeing those pictures and the peaceful ambiance of this hotel is so fulfilling. It looks like you really had a great time there.

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  15. Looks like you found an awesome hotel to stay, River Inn looks really nice and your room is perfect to relax. If ever I visit D.C someday, I will definitely try this River Inn.

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  16. Sounds and looks like an awesome place to stay! I will keep this place in mind the next time in D.C.

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  17. The place looks amazing, I like the location. Your description and the pictures are great, I would check this place out on my next visit to DC.

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  18. This looks really cozy. Great set of pictures you have.

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  19. Staycations are cool for vacations... didn't intend to rhyme. :P :)
    The interiors of River Inn looks so cosy. Good description of the place.

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  20. The River Inn sounds like a lovely hotel. I definitely love the fact that they have a partnership with a near by yoga studio and you can enjoy free classes. The room looks very cosy!

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  21. Staycations are my favorite kind of vacation. The hotel looks really nice and have a lot of stuff to do. That is great.

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  22. I love staycation and River Inn looks like a nice stay!Your pictures speak for itself how amazing your stay was!

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