A Spacious 1st floor 2 bedrooms unit conveniently located in the vibrant Crystal City/Pentagon City area/the safest area in the whole Washington DC.ONLY 3 mins from Reagan Airport(DCA), short walk to metro,restaurants,bars&grocery shops.Good for families,couples,business (Website hidden by Airbnb) parking(up to 3 cars)&WI-Fi included. Easy self check in/out.Only 5-10 mins driving away from DC.Fresh sheets,towels,toiletries,coffee,tea,cooking utensils.Controlled AC/heat,4 bed,1-8ppl
Spacious,sunny,clean&quiet private apt in the vibrant/safe Crystal City area in Arlington with free parking space. Accommodates upto 8 guests,4 full/double beds, short walk to metro,. Surrounded by restaurants,bars,grocery, washer-dryer,3 mins to DCA Reagan Airport, right across Washington DC , in the heart of Arlington, near Pentagon, close to Arlington Cemetery,
Conveniently located in the vibrant Crystal City neighborhood in the heart of South Arlington and 5 minutes from DC, I offer a fully furnished 2 bedroom apartment equipped to accommodate up to 6 people ,internet access, fully equipped kitchen, fresh linens and towels. Around the corner from restaurants, cafes, bars, cinemas, grocery shops and extremely easy access to public transportation: 0.5 miles from crystal city metro (yellow and blue line)Minutes away from main highways Rt 50 , Rt. 66, Rt. 395. Located in the safest area in all the Washington metropolitan area. No pets, no smoking allowed sorry..The unit comes with a parking spot.
If you do not want to take public transportation when you arrive to DC, I also offer transportation service for an extra reasonable fee. I am available 24/7 for any emergency when you are occupying the place.
Top Places to See in Washington, D.C.
A great list of things to do when you visit Washington, D.C.
Visit the Capitol Building
Look at the Washington Monument
Tour The White House
Visit the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
Explore flight at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
Visit the National Museum of the American Indian
Check out the National Building Museum and learn about architecture and construction
The first ever espionage museum is the Spy Museum
Catch a concert, opera, or symphony at the Kennedy Center
Don't miss the National Zoo (free) which has over 2,000 animals including pandas
Tour Mount Vernon where George Washington lived and see beautiful views of the Potomac
Take a tour of the U.S. Supreme Court
Visit the Lincoln Memorial and see the Reflecting Pool
Relax in Constitution Gardens (the National Mall)
Don't miss seeing The Wall, which is The Vietnam Veteran's Memorial
Visit the Library of Congress which contains 145 million items including The Gutenberg and Mainz Bibles (PDF)
See the National WWII Memorial which opened in 2004
Go check out the Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Visit the Interactive Museum of News: The Newseum
Tour the place where Lincoln was assassinated, Ford's Theatre
See some hockey or basketball at the Verizon Center
Visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
If you like gardens, don't miss the United States Botanic Garden
Visit the Smithsonian American History Museum (scheduled to re open fall 2008)
Explore your world at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum
Check out the Smithsonian Castle, the first building of the Smithsonian (with information about all museums)
Tour the National Museum of African Art
View fine paintings and art at the National Gallery of Art
Visit the Korean War Veterans Memorial (southeast of the Lincoln Memorial)
Go walking in Georgetown, the capital's historic waterfront
The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park is a waterway with a long history during the Civil War
Great Falls Park has beautiful views (15 miles from the capital)
Just across the Potamic is Old Town Alexandria, VA
The National Archives displays the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the Declaration of Independence
Visit the Washington DC National Cathedral
See the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
See great art at the Corcoran Gallery of Art
Visit Arlington National Cemetery (America's largest burial ground, J.F.K.'s memorial, and Tomb of The Unknown)
The National Aquarium is the nation's oldest aquarium
Learn all about the postal service at the National Postal Museum
Check out The National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
Make an appointment to see the Department of State Visitor Center and National Museum of American Diplomacy
Cool down by visiting one of the Smithsonian's three IMAX theaters!
If you are looking for an outdoor hike, check out the Theodore Roosevelt Island (88.5-acre park on the Potamic)
Learn about African American's role in the U.S. Civil War at the African American Civil War Memorial and Museum
See the World War I memorial at District of Columbia War Memorial
See the George Mason Memorial (he was a founding father)
See the Iwo Jima Memorial near Arlington National Cemetary (see photos)
Relax along the Potamic River in a beautiful setting at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove
Visit the new Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial (near FDR Memorial)
Honor fallen officers at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
Don't miss the new National Pentagon 9/11 Memorial
See the United States Air Force Memorial near the Pentagon (on the grounds of Fort Myer)
Visit the The Naval Heritage Center and the U.S. Navy Memorial (right next to each other) to learn about the U.S. Navy's history
Check out the National Geographic Museum and their many events
Crystal City is an urban neighborhood in the southeastern corner of Arlington County, Virginia, south of downtown Washington, D.C.. Due to its extensive integration of office buildings and residential high-rise buildings using underground corridors, travel between stores, offices, and residences is possible without going above ground; thus, a large part of Crystal City is an underground city.
Crystal City includes offices of numerous defense contractors, the United States Department of Labor, the United States Marshals Service and many satellite offices for The Pentagon.
Crystal City is centered along a stretch of Jefferson Davis Highway (U.S. 1), just south of The Pentagon, just east of Pentagon City, and within walking distance to the west of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. Characterized as one of many "urban villages" by Arlington County, Crystal City is almost exclusively populated by high-rise apartment buildings, corporate offices, hotels, and numerous shops and restaurants. There is also an extensive network of underground shopping areas and connecting corridors beneath Crystal City.
Crystal City has a station on the Washington Metro Blue and Yellow Lines, and another on the Virginia Railway Express commuter train system.
The layout of Crystal City was considered avant-garde at the time of construction, with superblocks bounded by arterial and circulating roads, and with pedestrian traffic and the businesses serving it relocated from the streets to the pedestrian tunnels. However, Crystal City has been redesigned to give it a more traditional, urban feel, with restaurants at street level, and with traffic patterns changed to make streets like Crystal Drive function as city streets, rather than as circulating roads.
As a consequence of Crystal City's extensive integration with both office buildings and residential high-rise buildings, it is possible for most residents living to the east of Route 1 to traverse from one end to the other (roughly north-south), performing any shopping or dining along the way, entirely underground, thus making a large part of Crystal City an underground city. This is of particular importance during inclement weather.
Arlington, VA, United States