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Beautiful landscapes, a rich history, and culturally rich towns make Northern Virginia one of the South's premiere destinations. Blending “Southern charm” with big city appeal, the region offers something for for every traveler.
Walk through George Washington's family home at Mount Vernon Estate. Located in Mount Vernon along the banks of the Potomac River, the mansion and grounds provide a picturesque portrait of life as it was in the Colonial era.
Experience the history of aircraft at Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, an addition to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Experience 3D films at the IMAX movie theater and walk amidst hundreds of aircraft memorabilia at this kid-friendly destination.
Arlington is the region's largest city. Located just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., it provides easy access to the nation's capitol while maintaining its own distinct identity. Watch the Changing of the Guard at Arlington Cemetery, the resting place of over 400,000 soldiers. While there, visit both the U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial and the Air Force Memorial, two destinations that pay homage to the armed forces. Schedule a guided tour of the Pentagon to get a rare look at the headquarters of the Department of Defense.
Just 7 miles (11.3 kilometers) east of Washington, D.C, Alexandria offers small-town charm that makes the nation's capital feel worlds away. Spend the day shopping and dining in Old Town, Alexandria's historic district. The King Street Trolley provides a free and convenient way to explore the neighborhood. Whether exploring Civil War history at Fort Ward Museum and Historic Site or exploring the local artists' works at Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria offers both historical and modern delights.
Dulles International Airport, located in Sterling, offers flights worldwide. The region is most easily explored by car, although the greater D.C. Area has a comprehensive Metro system. Both Alexandria and Arlington are connected by the Mount Vernon Trail, a bike lane that runs along the Potomac. The most popular time to visit the region is during autumn, when the fall foliage is at its prime.
The breakfast area is lovely and spread out so that guests are not on top of each other when it's crowded. Breakfast was satisfactory, in addition to eggs there was always a meat option, however it would be nice to have 1 vegan option for those of us who don't eat meat. Maybe hashbrowns?
The property is nice, the location is great, the staff was very nice and trustworthy. For anyone who loves ice, the ice machine worked great. I also loved the free parking. A small problem I found was getting in and out of the property was awkward and that there was a lot of construction going on ...
Clean room, very spacious. The gym had a leak in the ceiling that had not been fixed in the four days I was there and the pool was closed but the amenities had a good variety of machinery that I used. The customer service was excellent and they have a great shuttle system. I wished they had a spa. ...
Showed up around 11 PM and the staff was very nice. I bought some snacks as well that was very good and well priced. The hotel was a little bit smaller than what is in photos but I’m still very satisfied because it was clean and up-to-date
Perfect location, quick check in, friendly staff, large room, comfortable bed, great hot breakfast.
The property was clean and tidy. The only thing I did not like is the breakfast menu. I believe if you are advertising breakfast there should be variety. It Was the same bland eggs and sausage every morning.