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All reviewscrystal citythe breakfast areametro stationdc areahot itemscomplimentary breakfastreagan national airportjefferson davis highwaytwo blocksyogurtking suitegreat place to staywithin walking distancefree shuttlewould stay here againindoor poolconvenient location
This is my third stay here at the Hampton in Arlington and again, it did not disappoint.
This trip was a rather somber one as it involved another family member being interred at Arlington National Cemetery, but once again the Hampton staff was very helpful...More
We have stayed here several times when we travel. Always and I mean always we have been treated in the best way. Usually we arrive late and tired. The hotel personnel are super. We use the courtesy shuttle to go to King Street for dinner...More
Stay there for 4 nights. I like it. Room is comfortable. Complimentary breakfast was good. Easy walk to the subway. Free wifi and free shuttle to Reagon Airport. What else can you ask for? I recommend this hotel.
Good Value In A Pricey Area. DC is a very pricey area. This hotel is not cheap, but is a good value compared to downtown. Two blocks away from the Crystal City Metro station. Using the Metro, it's easy to get to almost all of...More
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It took us about 30 minutes. We first took the Metro (Blue Line from Crystal City) to Federal Triangle station, where we exited and began walking south on 12th Street NW. In five minutes, we reached Constitution Avenue... More
It took us about 30 minutes. We first took the Metro (Blue Line from Crystal City) to Federal Triangle station, where we exited and began walking south on 12th Street NW. In five minutes, we reached Constitution Avenue, where we turned right and could see the museum about two long blocks up the street, on the lefthand side. The museum entrance is on Constitution Avenue, so this is undoubtedly the easiest and fastest way to get there from the Hampton Inn.