Great location. Easy Walk to metro. Staff was exceedingly helpful and accommodating. Great breakfast for on the go tourists. Room was spacious and comfortable. Adequately appointed for longer stay, especially for a family. I would stay again. Shuttle service to metro was a great perk
Room was larger than expected. Clean and comfortable. Balcony was there but barred off (door was nailed shut to keep us off it). We didn't rent a car and used the metro. Close to metro stop and there was a shuttle service during the week if you were lucky enough to catch it (there was one van and if it was out it was out). Free breakfast during the week and it was good - didn't change though, we had same stuff every day for a week that we stayed. Nice place for a family extended stay.
Rooms were surprisingly quiet, ours faced the courtyard but didn't hear any street noise. The only odd thing was that you can't access the stairs to go up, only coming down given that the elevators were a little shaky, that was a drawback
stayed here because it was on the other side of the Potomac, making it easier when we left D.C. for the next leg of our vacation. It was just a couple of blocks from the Rosslyn Metro Center, which made traveling around D.C. easier for us.
The road to Arlington passes by the solemn Lincoln Memorial and leads to hallowed ground: the Arlington National Cemetery. This resting spot includes the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the graves of John F. and Robert Kennedy. Arlington County is home to other symbols of US military might, including the Pentagon and the US Marine Corps War Memorial, better known as the Iwo Jima Memorial.