Alexandria's history stretches back to 1699, long before Washington DC was formed as the nation's capital. As a matter of fact, it is said that the area was favored and frequently visited by George and Martha Washington themselves.
Old Town Alexandria offers old town charm just a few miles from the action of Washington DC crowded streets. The city boasts hundreds of restored homes and churches some date back to the 18th century.
King Street and the cobbled streets crossing it are lined with shops and restaurants popular with visitors.
Alexandria Hotels offer a quiet alternative to the big hotels of the city with history at their doorsteps.
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Ideally located in Old Town, the Sheraton Suites Alexandria combines a charming historic setting with transportation to and from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, and easy access to Washington D.C. Art galleries, boutiques and restaurants are all within walking distance of the hotel's 247 suites and full service hospitality.
Located in the West End of Historic Alexandria, the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center offers elegance and attentive service combined with value. Within sight of the nation's capitol and just ten minutes from the central business district of Washington, guests are also near to the quaint waterfront galleries and shops in Old Town Alexandria.
Position yourself at the gateway to Washington, D.C. Sheraton's newest hotel in the Metro area, the Courtyard by Marriott Alexandria Pentagon South, is convenient to Reagan Airport, the Pentagon, Alexandria, Arlington, and Washington, D.C.
The beautifully appointed Embassy Suites hotel is the most conveniently located hotel in Old Town Alexandria. Directly across the street from the Amtrak and METRO subway, the location offers you quick access to Washington, D.C. attractions and Old Town Alexandria charm.