Wonderful boutique hotel nestled in downtown Alexandria. Valet your car and walk to adorable streets lined with trees and great restaurants and bars. The service and attention to detail and excellence is why I always choose this hotel whenever I can.
Hotel room looked nice but the beds were hard as a rock, and the wi fi in the room would not connect or stay connected..very easy access to get to Washington DC and see the sites...unfortunately I booked at the same hotel in advance for a day at the end of the week.so I'm hopping my second stay is better
Very nice hotel.
Parking prices should be way lower!
Rooms nice but small.
Lobby area are freezing cold.
Safety hazard in stairwells - trays of room service food should not be left on floor in stairwells.
Lights in lobby too bright in morning.
Elevator unsightly and all scratched and needs refurbishing, that's not in keeping with a 4 star.
Clean, comfortable room. Friendly, very helpful staff. Breakfast was a little pricey but aside from housekeeping knocking at 8am, our stay was nothing short of wonderful! Rooms were recently updated and the bed was super comfy. Booked for a business trip and would definitely stay there again. Highly recommended! Very pleased with our visit.
"The place was great, the location was not as great"
Don't get the wrong people idea, the hotel was very nice and in a safe and stable neighborhood. Unfortunately it was not in an area with entertainment or restaurants within walking distance - my only complaint.
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.