New 3-star hotel with a restaurant and a heated indoor pool; close to the Beltway and a Metro station for getting to Washington, DC
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Hotel at a Glance: 3-Star Top-Secret Alexandria Hotel
Set close to the Beltway and a short walk from a Metro station, this new 3-star hotel has convenient access to Washington, DC, attractions like the National Mall. It’s also just a couple miles from Old Town Alexandria and the city’s picturesque riverfront.
- In every room: free WiFi, plus a mini-fridge and a microwave
- Where to eat: The hotel restaurant serves up dishes such as egg-white wraps for breakfast and Sriracha-glazed sirloin for dinner.
- Family-friendly features: Kids 11 or younger eat free, and guests can borrow board games.
- Year-round fun: thanks to a heated indoor pool
Alexandria, Virginia: Stomping Grounds for Historic Icons near Washington, DC
Situated about 8 miles south of Washington, DC, on the banks of the Potomac River, Alexandria was once the home of some of America’s most legendary figures. In Old Town Alexandria, the city’s official historic district, George Washington surveyed his troops from the door of Gadsby’s Tavern. Years later, a young Robert E. Lee attended Christ Church, a Georgian-style church built in 1773 that still hosts services today. Today, guided walking tours pass by both of these landmarks, as well as a dozen other historic sites and museums.
To see even more of the city, hop on the Free King Street Trolley. The trolley runs every 10–15 minutes, stopping at cultural and historic attractions. Along the way, you can stop at the salmon-colored Athenaeum, a 19th-century building that’s currently an art museum, or learn about old herbal remedies at the Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum, a medical-remedies store from 1796.