Upscale suburban Washington DC hotel with 318 deluxe guest rooms and suites. Located in Rosslyn, directly across the street from the metro and just across Washington DC's Key Bridge from Georgetown. Hyatt Arlington is a short subway ride from downtown Washington DC, Reagan National Airport, suburban business centers, Arlington National Cemetery and area attractions. This hotel is in compliance with U.S. government fire safety regulations.
Had a great experience. Very courteous and prompt staff. I ended up getting a head cold during my stay and they had cold medicine available for purchase so I didn't have to trek out to the local CVS or Walgreens. Would definitely stay again.
I thought the hotel and rooms were fantastic. I was very comfortable throughout my stay. Booking through Kayak got me a great deal, and it was definitely a steal to stay here. The location was perfect - right next to the Rosslyn metro stop. I was within walking distance of the Arlington Cemetary and Iwo Jima monument. There were several restaurants in the area that catered to a variety of tastes, which was really convenient. The hotel even provided a list of nearby restaurants with estimated travel times. I'd recommend a stay here!
When I entered the hotel to check in, I was greeted by two men welcoming guests into the hotel. There was one man at the desk checking in a woman and her two daughters, and I stood in line behind them waiting to be helped. A few minutes later another man walked in and was greeted by the two men at the door; however, this time one of the men walked behind the desk and said he'd be happy to check the newcomer in. Well, what about me? I was standing in line way before him! I decided to let it go because I am not one for causing scenes. Well, a few minutes later it happened again with another new guest - she was also taken before me. Not sure if it was because I look young, wasn't dressed as nicely as these other guests, or was mistaken for one of the woman's daughters, but I should have been helped before the two people who arrived after me. In general, the people at the desk weren't as friendly with me as other (better dressed) guests. I'm a woman in my early 20s and was traveling alone - probably an indicator that I won't spend as much money as older men in business suits or families with children? Also, no free WiFi is a bummer. Things also didn't look as clean as they could have - dusty TV remote, water rings on tables, etc.
The area was a nice part of D.C., it is right next to the metro which is great. Very nice staff. No continental breakfast, but food price wasn't too shabby.
Wish there was a pool.
The hotel is located very well. It is walking distance to Arlington cemetery or to Georgetown. The hotel is few steps from the subway station Rosslyn. We were very pleased to be available coffee and tea on the room. We recommend very comfortable bed, clean bathroom and helpful staff.
Location, comfortable bed, helpful staff.
Close to Metro.
Surprised by the $27.00 per night to park. No restaurants nearby on a Sunday evening
My husband and I stayed here before we left for our honeymoon, and it was a great pick! They gave us complimentary chocolate strawberries and sparkling water as a gift for being newlyweds. We loved it! Nice walking distance to Georgetown, right next to the metro.
I wish I could bring the bathroom home with us. Kept amenities (water, coffee, towels, etc.) stocked and staff was very friendly and timely. I would most definitely recommend for young couples and business trips. Not a family hotel (which is one reason my boyfriend and I chose it). It's also directly across from a metro station, which was very convenient because parking's a nightmare in Arlington and D.C.
No free wifi and not great reception for Verizon customers. Parking is a bit tight, but it's secure.
Staff was super friendly and helpful. Room was very nice and the walk-in shower was a plus. Excellent location, across the street from the metro, walking distance to Arlington cemetery, and local restaurants are in walking distance as well.
Hotel restaurant and bar seemed a little pricey.
The hotel was very comfortable and conveniently located to all of the sites we wanted to see.
close to city
Just across the street from the Metro and several decent restaurants close by.
We were placed in a room next to the elevator which woke us up several times during the night. As a 4 star hotel I expected the room to be a bit bigger and nicer. Should be rated 3 star, not 4. Rooms need some updating to bring up to 4 stars. Don't be surprised to have to pay to park too. $23/night without valet. Parking clearance is 6'1" so no large SUV/trucks.
Building needs some renovation!
The location was great. We were just a quick taxi ride into DC which was very convenient.
The first they gave us was nice, until we realized that it had not yet been cleaned. This was at 9 pm. There was water sitting in the bathtub, dirty towels on the floor, and the bed wasn't made. These are mistakes that can easily be avoided. Beyond this slip up, the stay was fine. Nothing to write home about. I'd still probably recommend this place.
Friendly staff, nice service, and good location.
Parking sucked, all day parking was $20 that's not bad for area. But it cost $20 every time you left parking garage not all day!