"Good hotel close to Smithsonian Air & Space Museum"
Hotel was clean, price value was fair and reasonable. Breakfast area was clean and stocked during breakfast hours. Area places to eat were good and not far from hotel. I selected this hotel as it was not to far from Wash DC so I can visit the museums. Was very close to Smithsonian Air& space museum , Chantilly Va. near Dullas airport. Grand kids loved the pool, but because it was indoors the room was a little noisy very difficult to sit and read. Pool area chlorine smell was a little overpowering better ventilation is needed.
Overall experience was very good and would recommend this place to others.
Traveller from NY - Long Island
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Chantilly Crossing Shopping Center and 3 mi (4.9 km) from …More
The hotel was OK. Service was OK. the room barely met standards for cleanliness. Some of the lights and outlets in my room did not work. Wifi was disappointing, slow, had to get the hotel's password since my room password did not work. I wouldn't bring my family there to stay in if we were on vacation.
Situated in Herndon, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Herndon Centennial Golf Course and within 3 mi (5 km) of Industrial …More
We had a view of the pool side not the ocean view and didn't miss a thing. The back patio (overlooking the ocean) was lovely. The rooms were clean, the towels were fluffy, the staff was very nice. The breakfast bar was good, fully stocked the whole time. Everything was peachy!
Traveller from Apex
This Extended Stay hotel is 1/4 mile from the Capital Expo Center, 1 mile from the National Air and Space Museum, and 7 miles …More
Pocket Guide: Washington Washington Dulles International Airport Hotels
With Metrorail service years away, visitors must travel by road to and from Dulles International Airport. Dulles is next to Chantilly, Herndon, and Reston—DC suburbs home to major corporations. The National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center is on the airport grounds. Its artifacts include the space shuttle Enterprise and the Enola Gay, used to drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima.