We stayed at this hotel with our two cats. The hotel was very accommodating and we had no problem settling in our room. We noticed several guests with dogs. The only down side was that even though when we first arrived there were no pet smells, by the time we left a few days later, the hallways had a definite dog sent. Not pleasant!
Loved this hotel -- absolutely beautiful little boutique hotel with a friendly, capable staff and stunning, traditional decor. Gorgeous garden as well -- perfect for morning coffee or an evening drink. And they are even nice to smokers (much appreciated) without impinging on the non-smokers' comfort. Loved this -- would stay here again.
Located just 1/2 a block from the metro station for trips to DC- easy access to Old Town Alexandria, Arlington National Cemetery, and highways. Bar and breakfast in hotel, 2 restaurants a block from hotel: Theisman's and Laporta.
Staff super friendly and helpful.
Traveller from California
Ideally situated just two blocks from the King Street Metro station in the charming historic district of Old Town Alexandria …More
For the price that we paid, the hotel was okay for our family's stay. The hotel is dated but still comfortable. The rooms are a little cramped unfortunately. Breakfast was good except it was very crowded. The location is good.
The hotel is lovely and clean with a fridge and microwave.
Right by good restaurants, Trader Joes and a big grocery store right across the street!
There is street parking OR underground parking for $26 per day.
Eminently walkable, Old Town Alexandria offers a glimpse of early America through its 4,000 historic homes and businesses. Many visitors begin their tour at the Ramsey House Visitors Center, near the center of Old Town. One highlight is The Athenaeum art gallery, a Greek Revival structure where legendary Civil War Gen. Robert E. Lee once banked. Don’t miss Mount Vernon, George Washington’s estate.