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Budget hotels in Alexandria
Proximity to public transport
Residence Inn Alexandria Old Town/Duke Street is a 3-star choice that is a 10-minute walk from Alexandria, VA train station and 0.6 miles away from the city center.
Convenience of staying in the city center
The city center boasts 5 hotels, such as Kimpton Lorien Hotel And Spa and Towne Motel Alexandria. To be only a 10-minute walk from the city center, stay at Travelodge Alexandria. Those looking to spend some time in Old Town Alexandria district should head to Hilton Garden Inn Alexandria Old Town, which is close to Washington Monument.
Foodies should consider staying in hotels such as The Alexandrian, Autograph Collection, which is a 4-star hotel situated near Old Town Theater as well as amidst a plethora of restaurants, like Fontaine. As so many tourists in Alexandria visit Cameron Run Regional Park, think of staying at the nearby Extended Stay America - Alexandria - Eisenhower Ave. Within walking distance to this attraction.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Hilton Alexandria Old Town is a posh choice with a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and an indoor swimming pool where you can enjoy views of the sea. We've hand-picked the best boutique hotels, such as Embassy Suites Alexandria - Old Town or Best Western Old Colony Inn in Alexandria. Another 3-star option is Hampton Inn & Suites Alexandria Old Town Area South, a chain hotel which has an outdoor swimming pool, a health club and a Jacuzzi.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Professionally Designed 2 Bedroom 2 Ba Only 4 Min Walk To Metro And Close To Old Town Alexandria is a 5-minute walk from Braddock Road metro station providing easy access to Alexandria's main attractions and all the comforts of a modern apartment. Travelers looking for good-quality B&B accommodation in Alexandria will be happy with Tetrisl 5 Blocks Metro▔Groceryl King St▁15 Min Dc and Newly Renovated Suite Just Outside Dc + Gym + Pool. If you're in Alexandria on business, you might need a business hotel like Quality Inn Mount Vernon with free self-parking, a picnic area and a golf course. If you are looking for a comfy resort hotel in Alexandria, consider Hampton Inn & Suites Fort Belvoir Alexandria South, which is also within 10 minutes' walking distance of George Washington's Distillery & Gristmill.
Alexandria is known as ''The Fun Side of the Potomac''.
Nestled on the banks of the Potomac River, Alexandria won this ranking for its eclectic cityscape comprising of its cobblestone streets, colonial-era architecture and modern shopping centers to indulge in both old and new on one's stay.
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In fact, Alexandria can outstrip any of Virginia's cities by its architecture. Its historic district treasures more than 2,000 buildings dating back to the 18thcentury and also houses the popular Gadsby's Tavern. The tavern's doorstep was crossed by George Washington, American first president.
Away from politics, you should pay a visit to the homes of the famous like Robert E. Lee, the commanding general of the American army or you may also worship at the steps of the unique Christ Church.
Other attractions include;
Cameron Street, a home to George Washington's house and office
Captains Row and Gentry Row, lined with the oldest residences in the city
Christ Church Alexandria, the first church ever constructed in the city
Brought to life in 1749 by tobacco merchants, Alexandria still has some tobacco plantations on the river's banks. With time it has evolved into a bustling city concerning more than trade, but politicking and social activities.
As a prosperous city, Alexandria goes beyond its developed infrastructure toward such once in a lifetime experiences such as the water taxi that starts from the waterfront at the end of King Street or Big Wheel Bikes at the Old Town. In addition, the city was ranked the "Third Best Arts Destination Among Mid-Size Cities" by AmericanStyle magazine - that places Alexandria at the top of travel list as a destination for artistic inspirations. Due to this it offers a host of arts organizations like Torpedo Factory Art Center and Del Ray Artisans.
Along with cultural Alexandria goes the Duke Street business district that is more difficult to negotiate than the rest of the city. Packed with traffic and office blocks, this is a place of little interest for leisure tourists.
Whether your tastes run from its cultural splendor to business in Alexandria, you should hit this city with Booked.net.