The Alexandrian, Autograph Collection

Address: 480 King St, Alexandria, Virginia, 22314, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Old Town area of Alexandria, is near Alexandria's Christ Church, Carlyle House, Gadsby's Tavern, and Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center

          Features

          • Adjoining Rooms
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Pets allowed

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          Travel Blogs from Alexandria

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          ... Leslie Knope).

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          ... The new building will be that for a new generation of clergy.

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          Washington Day 5

          A travel blog entry by slcusa2015 on Apr 09, 2015

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          ... and many beautifully decorated reception areas it is recognised as one of the USA's finest performing arts centres. We were shown the many spectacular artistic gifts donated by countries with close cultural ties to the US who also mourned the loss of JFK. It was a great experience for the boys to see such spectacular performing spaces in the Nation's capital. The third group went to the Newseum which is a museum dedicated to ...

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          A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on Sep 30, 2014

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          Mt Vernon

          A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 23, 2014

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          This morning went to Mt Vernon, the home of George and Martha Washington, the first President and first First Lady of the United States. We had to catch two trains and a bus to get there and although it is only 16 miles from Washington, like Arlington National Cemetery, it is in the state of Virginia. The house is made of pine but made to look like stone using a technique where the pine logs are beveled to replicate the shape of stone blocks. The wood is then ...