We stayed at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bethesda for two nights in June in the middle of a very hot and humid stretch. The onsite parking was very convenient with in and out privileges, and we were able to leave our cars until 6PM on the day of check-out, which was great for some last minute exploring. The real issue here was the AC unit. We were initially given a room with a non-functioning AC unit. It was 80+ degrees outside, and our in-room thermostat was showing 78F. We contacted the front desk lady (who was awesome throughout this whole thing), who informed us that the units are motion-sensing and take 20 minutes to cool the room down. We wait 25 minutes. We call back, maintenance comes up, and determines that we have a faulty AC. They move us to a different room that worked slightly better. We set the thermostat to 70 - it only ever got to 74 in the room, but it was better than nothing! Motion-sensing AC units in a hotel room where you'll be in and out of all day are kind of silly if you ask me. Breakfast was some packaged pastries, yogurt, fruit, small cereal boxes. Nothing special, so we elected to eat at the Panera down the street.