Had two different stays here over the Labor Day weekend on prepaid rates. The first stay had me arriving at the counter at 2 in the morning via Metro from DCA, the latest I have ever arrived at a hotel. I had called earlier to alert them of a flight delay (was bumped at SFO) just to make sure they'd hold my room. Checked in at the counter, had Diamond amenities covered, and was sound asleep in a 9th floor king 30 minutes later. This property has breakfast items available in the lobby bar along a side wall. There is a refrigerator with bottled juices, yogurt, and fruit dishes, a separate case with a selection of bagels, pastries, doughnuts and muffins (and a toaster to the side), a wide selection of boxed individual cereals including Kashi cereals, hot oatmeal, fresh fruit (bananas, apples), and a case with sliced meats and cheeses. As you can see from this photo later in the day there is limited seating in this area. I did find a seat on both mornings, but could have brought some items up to my room if I needed to. When I first walked in I really didn't know what they would have there, but after visiting twice I think there is enough for a good start to the day. They don't advertise it as a breakfast buffet (it's a continental breakfast), but they do seem to have quite a variety of items to choose from. The food items would be along the wall to the left side of the bar: On my second stay I arrived at noon and was upgraded to a 5th floor suite with a view of the fountain and plaza in front of the hotel (the hotel is surrounded by office buildings). This room, in addition to a large sitting area, also had a patio with chairs. Only downside with this particular room was that the air conditioning unit was along the wall across from the bed. It came on and off during the night causing me to lose some sleep, and at 4a.m. I just turned it off. Should have done that when I went to bed. I should also note that the LCD TV is not viewable from the sitting area as it is mounted in an armoire best viewed from the bed.