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The following 5 web pages contain information about Washington, D.C. and Arlington
Information for Family and Friends who plan to visiting Arlington National Cemetery
and Washington, D.C. There are three maps of the area this is done so you can print it out right. All distances are in
miles as the crow would fly from Arlington National Cemetery's Office Building.
When planning for a date of inurnment try and get a Friday or Monday date.
Why to get the cheapest rates. Ask for a double bed you can always add extra
quests later if they are needed. The prices and quality are the best for the
time period selected.
This image shows the hotels in the area nearest to Arlington National Cemetery.
Virginian Suites Arlington (H1 pen)
1500 Arlington Blvd, Arlington, VA
BEST WESTERN Rosslyn/Iwo Jima (H2 pen)
501 Arlington Blvd, Arlington (703) 524-5000
Courtyard Arlington (H3 pen)
1533 Clarendon Blvd, Arlington (703) 528-2222
Holiday Inn ROSSLYN @ KEY BRIDGE (H4 pen
1900 Fort Myer Dr, Arlingtonn (800) 939-4249
Hyatt Arlington (H4 pen)
1325 Wilson Blvd, Arlington ˇ (703) 525-1234
Rosslyn Metro the gateway to DC. (Metro pen)
Marriott Arlington (H5 pen)
1401 Lee Hwy, Arlington (703) 524-6400
Marriott Arlington, located in the Rosslyn section of Arlington Virginia
(VA), is only minutes from downtown Washington DC, historic Georgetown, and Reagan National Airport. Plus the Pentagon,
Arlington National Cemetery and other DC attractions are nearby. For added convenience, this Arlington VA hotel offers
complimentary shuttle service to the local DC metro station and area businesses.
This image shows some of the points of interest.
This image of the main entrance shows some of the points of
This image of Washington DC shows some of the points of interest.
CWO2 and Mrs Paul D. Henriott
US Army, Retired, web masters
Last updated 25 March 2014