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Hotel at a Glance: 3.5-Star Top-Secret Arlington Hotel
Arlington embodies the patriotic spirit of nearby Washington, DC, with iconic national landmarks of its own, including Arlington National Cemetery and the Pentagon. This top-secret 3.5-star hotel sits fewer than 10 minutes from these national treasures, as well as the Lincoln Memorial.
Included with your stay: daily self-parking and in-room WiFi
Take a dip in the indoor heated rooftop pool, which has panoramic skyline views.
Stay in shape with the fitness center-s free weights and cardio equipment.
Eat well: Grab fresh seafood for dinner at the restaurant, or head to the lounge for a cocktail.
Arlington, Virginia: Timeless National Landmarks Along the Potomac River
Arlington is a city located just over the Potomac River from Washington, DC. The area around Arlington was originally surveyed to be part of the national capital, but the land was eventually given back to Virginia in the 1840s. Still, there are quite a few historic attractions here that are nationally associated with Washington, DC. One of these is the Pentagon, the headquarters of the Department of Defense, which you can tour by appointment. Along the Potomac lies Arlington National Cemetery, which has an eternal flame flickering at John F. Kennedy-s gravesite. You can also watch as soldiers switch shifts during the Changing of the Guard ceremony at the cemetery's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a monument for the unidentified remains of US servicemen and servicewomen.
It's worth the scenic half-hour drive south to Alexandria to see Mount Vernon, George Washington-s former home. A tour of the sprawling estate captures the feel of colonial life, showcasing a working gristmill and blacksmith shop. The mansion also features many of the original 18th-century objects used by the Washington family. Even the upper gardens at Mount Vernon have been tailored to appear as they would have in 1799.