Top Reasons to Stay at Washington Suites Alexandria
The hotel is centrally located in the Potomac River region, just 9 miles south of Washington, DC, and 3.5 miles from historical attractions in Old Town Alexandria.
The hotel offers a free shuttle to the Van Dorn Street Metro station, which takes you to the heart of Washington, DC. If you’re a first-time visitor, start at the National Mall, home of the Washington Monument, the US Capitol Building, and 10 of the museums of the Smithsonian Institute.
Guest suites at the AAA Three Diamond Washington Suites Alexandria feature living rooms with flat-screen TVs and kitchens stocked with pots, pans, dishes, and refrigerators.
You can dig into loaded tater tots and BBQ ribs at The Lounge, the hotel’s American bar and restaurant.
Stop in the first floor Colonial Room for a complimentary continental breakfast that includes seasonal fruit, cereal, Caribou Coffee and a hot waffle bar.
Brick-paved sidewalks curve through nearby Old Town Alexandria, which is home to more than 2,000 buildings dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. Take an organized walking tour past the colonial residences, churches, and museums.
For most of his life, George Washington and his family lived at Mount Vernon, located 10 miles from the hotel. The 14-room mansion along the Potomac River has been restored, and now looks just as it did when the first president lived there.
Eclectic dive bars, art museums, and foreign embassies line Dupont Circle, a cultural hub located just north of downtown DC. The Phillips Collection here features work by Renoir, van Gogh, and O’Keeffe in a Georgian mansion.