Explore Alexandria and
Live Like a Local

May 1, 2020

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Frontdesk welcomes you to our newest city: Alexandria, VA! Alexandria is just south of Washington, DC, nestled on the Potomac River. Known for it’s rich history and vibrant culture. See what it’s like to live like a local and explore what Alexandria has to offer.

Take a Step Back in Time.

When we say, legacy lives here, we mean it. Stroll down the same streets as our founding fathers and check out these awesome historic must-see sites.

Gadsby's Tavern Museum

Originally built in 1785, this colonial tavern and later added hotel, hosted Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and James Madison, just to name a few. Explore this museum at your own pace or take a guided-tour.  

Gadsby's Tavern Museum

Originally built in 1785, this colonial tavern and later added hotel, hosted Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and James Madison, just to name a few. Explore this museum at your own pace or take a guided-tour.  

Gadsby's Tavern Museum

Originally built in 1785, this colonial tavern and later added hotel, hosted Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and James Madison, just to name a few. Explore this museum at your own pace or take a guided-tour.  

Our Favorite Eats & Libations

From waterfront views and outdoor dining to classic comfort foods in historic landmarks, we have to admit, picking just a few of our favorites, was proven very difficult. Make sure you wear your stretchy pants for this foodie adventure. 

Originally built in 1785, this colonial tavern and later added hotel, hosted Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and James Madison, just to name a few. Explore this museum at your own pace or take a guided-tour.  

Originally built in 1785, this colonial tavern and later added hotel, hosted Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and James Madison, just to name a few. Explore this museum at your own pace or take a guided-tour.  

Originally built in 1785, this colonial tavern and later added hotel, hosted Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and James Madison, just to name a few. Explore this museum at your own pace or take a guided-tour.  

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Hidden gems of Alexandria

Chances are, if you aren’t a local or don’t know a local, you likely haven’t heard of these off-the-path hidden gems.

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Planning a trip? Stay with us.

Our comfortable studio, 1- and 2-bedroom suites offer more space and convenience than a hotel. No credit check or security deposit, instant booking approval, and budget-friendly rates as low as $1,500/month or $69/day.