We liked the fact that the rooms were very clean and comfortable. All employess were very friendly and helpful. They were never to busy to help you.
The location Had to ask for extra blankets...bedding was not warm enough
The trolley and metro station was across the street, breakfast was enjoyable. Hotel was a bit pricey without a walk in shower.
Gym was impressive. Staff was accommodating. Very comfortable stay. I wish the wifi was free in the room. The in room movies seemed super expensive.
The hotel bellman/concierge/general nice guy was awesome - I believe his name was William (but could be wrong)...he was fabulous. Helped us to learn the Metro system as I was traveling with my college aged daughters and we had never used it prior to visiting. He escorted us to the station across the street and told us what the best value for riding through out the weekend. He was just awesome!!! The location was good if you were not doing anything in Alexandria -- as we found very few places to eat and absolutely no shopping without using the Metro to get there. Using the Metro is the way to go!!! No car needed for the most part!!! It was a very nice hotel and would stay there again if returning to the area. Only a few businesses around for dining or nothing for shopping...would have to take Metro or walk a great distance to find anything. Otherwise was a great hotel!!!!
Hotel staff was helpful, rooms were well appointed and comfortable, conveniently located to shopping restaurants and metro.
Great location for touring Old Town Alexandria and Washington DC due to it's prime location across from the King Street Station on the Washington Metro. Hilton Alexandria Old Town also has great hotel facilities such as a Starbucks on site as well as their own restaurant. Hilton Alexandria Old Town is situated at one end of King Street allowing for easy access to Alexandria Old Town Restaurants. Hilton Alexandria Old Town charged $35 nightly parking fee. This keeps me from giving Hilton Alexandria Old Town a higher rating.
Our package included parking, breakfast and Wi-Fi. We have stayed here probably 8 years in a row for an annual visit to Washington. The rooms are very comfortable, especially the bedding. The breakfast was a buffet and had a great variety of items. The Starbucks in the lobby is convenient. Overall we love this property and will stay there again, mainly because the Metro station is across the street from the hotel. On nearly every visit, there is a glitch with housekeeping. On this trip we returned to our room in the afternoon hot and tired, and looking forward to a cool rest. We had not received housekeeping services that day. When I spoke to a housekeeper, she told me we were listed as checked out on her sheet. We got clean towels from her and declined to have her clean the room in order to have some quiet time. We left our recyclable bottles on the desk, but they were not picked up over a period of 3 days.
This hotel does a wonderful free Breakfast with made to order food and a very efficient staff. The manager receptions at night are also done very well. Good location for access to Old Town Alexandria and the DC Metro. The property charges $28 per night for parking in the facility underneath the hotel. There really is no other available parking for this hotel. The parking is dangerous and has overally small spaces in between large concrete pillars. Not only are you paying too much but the parking is impossible. Too many handicapped rooms. We were assigned one when we didn't want one at all. We also were not given the bed type on our reservation. Management didn't care. We were part of a party of 13 people staying at the hotel for an event.
We were welcomed by a very friendly receptionist, her name was Leah. She was very helpful in checking us in.
Arrived by train at 915AM on check in day, expecting to leave bags and check in later, what a pleasant surprise to find out a room was ready and we could move in. The staff were all friendly and helpful, the breakfast was a great start to our day, and was by no means meager pastries and fruit, but eggs, sausage, potatoes, waffles, French toast,, oatmeal, grits, and more! The nightly managers reception with drinks, and snacks was a great touch to the end of the day. The hotels location could not be more convenient for travel, Amtrak, and D.C. Metro stations mere steps away, in addition to the The King Street free Trolley. I saw many families enjoying the Hotels amenities as well. We did not park here but the price seemed comparable or less than other area hotels, the price for our Amtrak tickets was about what it would have cost to park, without fuel costs or a stressful drive from Norfolk. Nothing fell short of our expectations, and we will likely make this trip again.
Staff were very friendly and helpful.
Room were spacious and quiet, provided it overlooks the back of the hotel. Large lounge, kitchenette and other facilities ok. Good breakfast, included in the room rate. No bath robe, no slippers, no shoe shine and a frighteningly empty fridge, i.e. no minibar in the room, bring your own. Rooms on the railway side are quite noisy.
Staff did a fabulous job at the free breakfast buffet. They were efficient, friendly, and cheerful amidst a sea of families there over the July 4th weekend. 8 floors, but elevators are extremely efficient. Beautiful atrium. Very close to King Street Metro Station for easy access to DC attractions. Also right off King Street, the main drag in Old Town Alexandria. About a mile's worth of interesting shops and restaurants to walk down to get to the Potomac River. Great place to stay! TV channels somewhat limited and a bit fuzzy.
What's not to like: more reasonable price than in DC, easy walking distance to Metro, great staff interactions, clean...
Special recognition to the manager, tall blonde brown hair, tyler or kevin maybe..... so nice si helpful. Drew us a map of how to get to the zoo which was sooo exciting for my kids.
Nice room and staff Feed parking meter cuz parking in garage was $30 extra and breakfast was not included it was $15 extra per person