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Located in Arlington, 1.9 mi from US Marine Corps War Memorial, Homewood Suites By Hilton Arlington Rosslyn Key Bridge features air-conditioned accommodations and a bar. Rooms are clean, beddings smells clean. Pillows no stain.
Located in the historic Georgetown, The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C. offers two on-site restaurants, a full-service fitness center and spa for guests. Best hotel around this area, friendly people
Featuring a free airport shuttle, this upscale hotel in Arlington overlooks the Washington, D.C monuments and is one mile from Arlington National Cemetery. The confortable and softy bed!
Featuring a fitness center, Hyatt Place Arlington Courthouse is set in Arlington. The property features a shared lounge, as well as a bar. Free WiFi is included. the breakfast was limited .choices for vegetarians is limited
On the George Washington University campus, this Marriott hotel is steps from Washington, D.C. sights like the White House, Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial and more. The hotel has free Wi-Fi. Staff were really friendly, room was clean and presentable.
Located across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., and moments from major attractions, including the White House, this hotel features exceptional amenities and many modern services, including... Really good staff and helped me out with my reservation which had been made for the wrong day!
This hotel is 1 mi from Arlington and within a 5-minute walk of Courthouse Train Station, with access to Washington DC. The hotel offers suites with a fully equipped kitchen. The location, staff, Tuesday happy hour and breakfast
Four Seasons Washington DC is located 1.2 mi from the White House and 2638 feet from the Foggy Bottom Metro Station. Access to standard WiFi is complimentary. During Covid19 they done more than I paid for you, amazing staff and amzing hotel
Hotel Hive is the first micro hotel in D.C. with 125 to 250 square feet hives. Featuring free WiFi, this property offers pet-friendly accommodations in Washington. Staffs are just amazing. They were super friendly and nice, and were so eager to help out.
Located in Washington, D.C, the State Plaza Hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi to all guests. The hotel is 1640 feet from the George Washington University and 2625 feet from the World Bank. Excellent room with kitchen, very comfortable!
This all-suite Washington, D.C. hotel is just a 4-minute walk from Foggy Bottom Metro Station. The River Inn features an on-site restaurant, fitness center and accommodations with a kitchenette. The reception staff were amazing
This 5-star Arlington hotel is within a 10-minute drive of Washington, D.C. The hotel offers an on-site restaurant and modern guest rooms with flat-screen TVs. Rooms are very clean and well appointed and the bed was super comfortable!
Just 15 minutes’ walk from Lincoln Memorial, this Washington, D.C. hotel offers a full kitchen in each suite. Free WiFi is provided throughout the hotel. The Metro rail is just steps away. Location and staff and the the free breakfast!
This hotel offers spacious rooms, some with separate seating areas, and an in-house fitness center. The Melrose Hotel is near Georgetown, less than one mile from the White House. Was shockingly cheap for the quality comparing to the other places we visited.
Located on world-famous Pennsylvania Avenue, 1312 feet from the Foggy Bottom–GWU Metro station, Hotel Lombardy offers gourmet on-site dining and rooms with original artwork and free WiFi. Nothing to complain for. Great hotel.
Do take the hop on/hop off vehicle tour for about 1 hour. This cemetery is so huge and beautiful, you could spend a whole day here. A must visit is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and if you can, stay for the changing of the guard.
The have an interesting visitor center and the staff was helpful. If you have some one buried there, you can get a ride to the gravesite and back at no charge. You do need to know the location. I did not take a tour this time, and it was raining, but they are worrthwhile.
An absolute must to see for every American. Wear good walking shoes and get out past the visitors center, the tomb of the Unknowns and Kennedy’s grave. Don’t take the tram and keep walking past where all the tourist turn around and take in the vastness of the cemetery and it’s grounds, see the sea of white head stone spreading out in every direction and perfectly aligned when views from any angle of location. The. Realize that almost every headstone is a service member or veteran who served in combat and a large number of those were killed on the battlefield or shortly after from their wounds. Take time to read the names ages and states of each of these patriots, many still just teens or young adults when they died. Then let the sense of humbleness and gratitude just roll over you surrounded by all these heroes. Also by walking you can see so much more of American history here but often overlooked, such as Chaplain’s Hill, honoring the Chaplains of all faiths who died for their country and their faith while tending to the needs of our service members. The mast of he U.S.S. Maine is here. Also the dead of the Challenger are interest here, and so much more.
A lot of hills. If you or someone in your group has difficulty walking, take the tram. By all means, go to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers and watch the changing of the guard. During the summer it’s done every 30 minutes.
Beautiful and dignified. Bring a battery and use an online mapping service. The directions and signage work but don't guide for those who need to quickly view several locations. Be aware: many guidebooks do not reference the Women's Memorial even though it has been there now for years. Watch for the signs. It is WELL WORTH the walk.
We came to honour our brother, who now lies in Arlington, it is the most peaceful and beautiful place you can put a loved one to rest, it is an awesome place. Make it a must see in the list of things to see when visiting Washington DC, visiting Arlington Cemetery, it will stay with you forever.
Easy commute to Washington D.C. and also the home of Arlington Cemetery (military cemetery and also the home of Robert E. Lee) and the Pentagon.