This was a delightful hotel stay - we got a real bargain - booked on the morning of our stay at a greatly reduced rate - what a deal! Everything about this hotel was terrific particularly the location - lots of restaurants along with great walkable streets with historic homes and business. We totally enjoyed this experience.
I spent my birthday here. Beautiful charming hotel with lots of character. Walking distance to restaurants, bars and pier. Complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres nightly. Clean and classy decor. Would stay again in a heartbeat. Quiet with lots of space and nice courtyard.
We were one of the last guests before their three-month rehab. Despite closing soon, the hotel was still in great condition. The staff upgraded us to a much larger room when our original room wasn't cleaned to their standard. Service was perfect. Staff were very helpful and friendly.
The hotel is right in the middle of Old Town - no rental car required! You are within walking distance to all the sights and shops.
This hotel is dated, but clean. It needs overall attention. The staff were helpful IF you asked the right questions. They were not overly helpful in offering information. The free breakfast at IHOP in the hotel was fantastic. The shuttle to the Metro to get into D.C. was very helpful. The cost of this hotel is very affordable and it is convenient to he highway and to other amenities. The free parking is a bonus.
Upscale hotel. Great shuttle service. Clean. Quiet. Comfortable bed with easy-to-use air conditioning/heat. Variety of convenient eateries nearby with access to Old Town restaurants and waterfront via shuttle.
Have experienced this hotel a few times. The hotel staff is very pleasant and accommodating. Cozy hotel. Roomy rooms kept well and and included a respectable breakfast ( incl. fruit, eggs, bacon, waffles, yogurt, and other foods)
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.