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Sauna, Fitness Center
Wired internet is available in all areas and is free of charge.
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 12 per day.
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Shuttle Service (free), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Concierge Service, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Shoeshine, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
Russian, Spanish, English
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 16 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 15 per person per night when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 20 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
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Score from 165 reviews Wonderful
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Score from 209 reviews Good
Steps from the Ballston Metro Station for easy access to Washington, D.C., this hotel in Arlington, Virginia offers comfortable guest rooms, contemporary facilities and an on-site restaurant.
Score from 84 reviews Excellent
The Staff at Virginia Suites was very helpful. We were given all the information we needed for our trip to Washington. We were in walking distance of Arlington Nation Cemetery and the Metro. This is the place to stay if you are looking to stay for one night or the week. The kitchen had everything you needed to cook with and was very roomy! We had just a regular suite and it was larger than most apartments. The complimentary breakfast was also a hit for all. thanks so much hope to see you again.
I don't like that you must pay for parking in that area. We are use to the bow type shower curtain rode which keeps the curtain off you when showering, when you upgrade maybe think about installing those.
Good size of rooms. They provide shuttle service (workdays only) to the closest Metro station, Roslyn. Free coffee in the lobby.
Few light posts in front and car park were not working, the street is a bit further away so it was very dark. They didn't fix it during my week-long stay.
The hotel is 10min walk from Metro Rosslyn which offers direct connection to the Mall. During weekdays the hotel runs a shuttle in the morning (till 2pm) and the afternoon (4-9pm) to/from the metro. The room was very spacious and featured an own kitchen. As we never used it I cannot evaluate it. The room was very clean and the bed was very comfy. A starter kit (3 soft drinks/cookies) and hand-written welcome note was prepared in the room. Coffee/tea/water and fruits/cookies were available in the lobby during the day.
The hotel is old. The elevators could not accomodate the people heading for breakfast. Thus sometimes people had to wait 5min to get a ride. The breakfast was awful and during weekdays only served till 9am. The only non-wrapped food available were some apples, bananas and bagels. The rest (waffels, flatbrad, cereals, oatmeals) were available packed only and had to be prepared in a microwave-oven. They often run out of yoghurt, cream cheese, bagels or milk before the end of breakfast time. Dishes/flatware were plastic only. Loud on-site construction work on sunday morning. Loud noise from fridge in the room. The sauna is located in the restrooms and thus separated for men and women.
Service and value
waiting time for elevator was too long
I liked how all the rooms were suites, but wish I had asked for a 1 bedroom, this is preferable if you have an extra person with you, my mother in law for example was sleeping on a foldout couch directly in front of our bed. Fresh cookies every night at 7pm, but you better be right there when they come out because they are gone in minutes, literally. Location is close to the pentagon (we were running the Army 10 miler) the monuments and arlington cemetery. If you need car service, call the front desk, they had a great guy come pick us up in a sedan and quickly deliver us almost straight to the race starting line. Front desk was very helpful, brought up milk for my daughter when I called
There is no ramp into the building, which was inconvenient because we had a stroller. The hotel was almost a mile from the metro station. And breakfast wasn't included for us.
The rooms were clean and comfortable.
The is nothing "not to like" about The Virginian Suites.
Staff very polite
Too noisy at night time because of subways
Pleasant surprises, ie basket of food, drinks and free goodies in the lobby Huge room
Air conditioning was noisy and not effective Recycling facility was not prominent in the suite
Very comfortable break away with a good size room and kitchen including all the china and glassware.
The decor is a little dated and the elevators could do with a revamp.
Hotel location close to All the things we wanted to see in DC . Metro was close, our first time riding a subway and to visit DC we loved it. Rooms were clean and spacious, bed very comfortable, room service excellent job cleaning rooms . Kitchen was a plus . Front desk and shuttle drivers went above and beyond to help us in any way. Ryan, Eda, Ana ,Aaron and Eyob I want to say a big thank you. We loved our stay at Virginian Suites . It made our 50th anniversary very special life event. The DC visit was great, everyone was kind and helpful. Would stay at Virginian again if in DC area.
Didn't have any dislikes about hotel.
The location was great- if you are not driving, metro is walking distance .Front desk staff very helpful and friendly. Comfortable and spacious room- lots of place to spread out.
Felt dated and tired- the place could use a face lift, though they say they are doing it in stages. Kitchen needed work. Bed was too soft for me- rolled to middle with two of us- we had a queen
Although I don't cook but good to have small kitchen.
I stayed here twice. My first stay is 5 nights, then I went to San Francisco and back to stay here for another 3 nights. They first gave me the room on the 5th floor where I could hear the construction downstair very clear. I told the reception (lady), she said "the construction will be done tonight" which is totally wrong. Next morning I was waken up by the construction which is extremely loud like it was under my bed. I called the reception and finally I move to 9th floor. The staff both know nothing what's going on in the hotel and just answered (wrongly). However, they fixed it. The worst thing is on the day I came back for my 2nd stay (2/9/14 early in the morning), I went to get my baggage I left with the hotel. The male staff asked the coffee guy (I saw him clean coffee counter, Asian-looking) to give me my baggage. The coffee guy complained again and again that my bag is heavy, although I helped him. What made me write this feedback is when I pull in the hotel trolley (as I have 2 bags from San Francisco), there is a small plastic garbage on the the troller, he picked up the garbage, raised it up to my face and asked me "IS this YOURS?". I considered this is very rude and unacceptable. If he was angry being asked to bring my baggage, he should show his anger to the staff who asked him to do, not me. One last thing is this hotel is not close to the metro at all. After get out of the metro, you have to walk to the intersection, cross the road, walk down the road, cross the bridge, cross the road again and walk up the hill. That' why they provide shuttle bus. However, the shutter bus driver is very nice, very polite.
Very nice special touches such as ice cold juice, tea and coffee available all day in lobby. Also bowls of fresh fruit, a pizza evening etc. Complimentary transport to and from metro and grocery store. Spacious accommodation.
Apartment furnishings and decor rather dated. Better management system needed in laundry where guests leave their washing unattended for hours.
Location to Ft Myer; Friendly accommodating staff; roominess in suites; parking
Carpet stains; broken hair dryer and pool already closed
complementary drinks, kids playground across the street, spacious rooms, nice reasonable parking.
cheap pillows, squeaky uncomfortable bed, old kitchen, tilted unusable sofa bed!
free coffe in the lobby, small kitchen, shuttle to the metro station
kitchen needs upgrade
nice and clean,new and complete furnished room
I liked the idea that I could get around to and from Washington with a shuttle that brought us to the metro station and picked us up afterwards. Last one at 9 PM which gives you lots of time.
I don't like to put negative remarks but I think the hotel really needs to start to renew carpets, washrooms and some furniture. It's just old. But it's clean, that's important. I would not have stayed if it wasn't clean.
The room the hotel the parking permits .the hole place was just poor
Cleanliness, & space was a great surprise compared to most other places we have stayed. I think the side bar whith refreshing lemonaide, and water dispensers along with coffee, tea and cocoa was excellent!
Inadequate entrance. Not enough information regarding amenities location, eg, ATM, Vending Machines, and the dining area.
- Room size, kitchen and appliances - Complimentary coffee/lemonade/cookies at the lobby, great! - Complimentary Wi-fi - Swimming pool - guards available throughout the day, good for kids - Breakfast - Parking spaces
- Gym has few options
The warm nature of the staff
The rug had a bit of funny smell hanging on it.
All staff members are very kind. Room is very clean. There is a shuttle bus from the hotel to the Rosslyn station. (and another shuttle bus to the "Safeway", or to the "Whole foods" too.).It was very useful for me.
The air conditioner of my room was old, so my room was a little bit smells.
I like the free week day rides to and from the Rosslyn metro station, there is also a shuttle bus for grocery shopping to Safeway and whole food shops, their staff are ready to help with a smile on the face, my kids enjoyed the lemonade and cookies in the lobby. On fort Meyer st they have a park (play ground) which I took them to, it's a stone throw from hotel main entrance. Double thumbs up.
Break fast on weeks days closes 9:00am, too early when you're on holiday, At least 10:00am is ok.
Nice and helpful staff Full kitchen Shuttle to/from subway and grocery
building a little bit old AC is noise