Hotels in Alexandria, VAVirginia
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Hampton Inn Alexandria-Old Town/King St. Metro0.77 miles
Hilton Garden Inn Alexandria Old Town National Harbor0.79 miles
Hilton Alexandria Old Town0.88 miles
Embassy Suites by Hilton Alexandria Old Town0.96 miles
Hampton Inn & Suites Alexandria Old Town Area South1.18 miles
Hampton Inn & Suites National Harbor/Alexandria Area2.20 miles
Hilton Arlington National Landing3.34 miles
Hilton Garden Inn Arlington Shirlington3.49 miles
Hilton Garden Inn Reagan National Airport3.51 miles
Hampton Inn & Suites Arlington Crystal City DCA3.60 miles
Embassy Suites by Hilton Crystal City National Airport3.91 miles
Hampton Inn Alexandria/Pentagon South4.52 miles
Homewood Suites by Hilton Alexandria/Pentagon South, VA4.59 miles
Incredible Alexandria Hotels Fit for the Founding Fathers
Located along the scenic banks of the Potomac River, Alexandria is a bustling city just south of Washington, DC. Famous for its popular Old Town, lined with cobblestone with brick walkways and classic 18th-century buildings, the town boasts a unique mixture of historic lore and modern flare. Visitors flock to walk through the same streets and taverns where the country's founding fathers once frequented, and there's no shortage of historical sites and famous landmarks. From King Street to colonial battlefields, there's something here for everyone to discover. We have the best hotels in Alexandria for your Virginia adventures in the heart of America.
Take a Step Back in Time at the Top Alexandria Hotels
As the hometown of George Washington, Alexandria is steeped in rich history. Visit the George Washington Masonic National Memorial, which is a Masonic building and memorial dedicated to the memory of America's first president. The tower is modeled after the ancient Lighthouse of Alexandria in Egypt and soars up to 333 feet tall overlooking Shooter's Hill. Dating back to 1922, the building was designated a National Historic Landmark for its architecture and style and for being one of the largest memorials in honor of Washington. Mount Vernon is an American landmark and the former estate of George Washington and his wife, Martha. The sprawling grounds are a sight to be seen, and Washington's father built the original house around 1734. The mansion was expanded several times and today is a popular tourist attraction for its opulent mansion and lavish gardens. Tours include outbuildings, gardens, Washington's tomb, a slave memorial, a working farm and artifacts.
Gadsby's Tavern Museum is a complex of historic buildings in the Old Town district of Alexandria, Virginia, including a 1700s tavern, American Legion Post 24, and the City Tavern and Hotel. These structures were once the epicenter of the social, economic and political life of the city and today, the museum showcases exhibits of early American life in Virginia, while the restaurant serves up traditional food from the time period as well as modern eats, all out of the original 1792 City Tavern dining room. This is truly the quintessential Alexandria experience and a (literal) taste of the past.
Book Your Hotels In Alexandria in Historic Old Town
Old Town is the city's bustling downtown district and is found on the beautiful Potomac River waterfront. The King Street Mile and surrounding brick pathway are filled with centuries-old factories, shops and houses. Here, there are more than 200 restaurants, galleries, and boutiques, including the Market Square Museums. See the city from the water on a relaxing boat tour around the river or simply stroll through the streets and feel transported to the days of yesteryear. The renowned Torpedo Factory Art Center is a must-see attraction and home to the nation's largest collection of working artists in one site across a wide variety of media, from painting and textiles to ceramics and photography. This hub of creativity is not to be missed, and you can observe these masters of their craft during the creative process as they create artwork. Also along the Potomac River are Jones Point Light and Jones Point Park, a picturesque point on the waterfront. The Lighthouse is one of the last riverine lighthouses in the nation and the last one of its kind in the Chesapeake Bay area. The charming Woodrow Wilson Bridge crosses the park and is a perfect spot to grab great shots of the park and city skyline, and you can find an urban escape along the Mount Vernon Trail that winds through the park. Our top hotels in Alexandria are waiting for you and will be your comfortable home away from home while in Virginia.
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