I had no idea there was an all-inclusive resort on the horizon.
That was until I saw that the next morning at the Marriott Marquis, my hosts and I were greeted by a woman dressed in a black tank top and denim shorts.
She was in the process of setting up her own hotel, which was tucked away in the back of a large building in downtown Washington.
The hotel was named the Marquis.
I found the name hard to miss, even in this city that is known for its liberal values.
And the place felt like it belonged on my list of places to visit.
It was a bold statement from the Marriott, but not surprising considering it was built to cater to women.
There was no other way to describe the hotel.
It’s a destination.
I would have stayed here for the weekend if I had known what it was.
I had heard that Marquis was a boutique hotel, but my first impression was of a modern, upscale hotel.
The interior of the Marques was beautifully laid out, with large windows that let in light and natural light from the windows.
There were high ceilings and a great view of the Washington Monument.
The room was well-appointed, and the rooms were comfortable.
I got to experience a lot of rooms with multiple beds, so I was able to choose my bed at the time.
The rooms had a very upscale feel, with the rooms that looked like they belonged in the upscale boutique hotel.
The rooms were very comfortable, and my room was the most comfortable one.
I had been looking for a place that was going to be as good as the ones I had stayed in in London.
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