Hipmunk Hotels: Economical Stays in Richmond, Harrisonburg, Arlington, Alexandria, and Reston

The post below was originally written by Mila Bozic and published on Sep 25, 2016.

Virginia is a unique area in many ways. The undeniable charisma of the Old Towns, wonderful waterfront sceneries, and culinary delis are something to look forward to. Once you feel the groovy spirit of Deep South cities like Richmond, Harrisonburg, Arlington, Alexandria, and Reston, you would never want to leave.

Hotels in Richmond, VA

If the “National Geographic” refers to Richmond as the place to travel for good food, you don’t have to think twice about your next stop. Choose one of the countless accommodation options, and discover why this eclectic city is among the best travel and leisure destinations. Among the hotels in Richmond, you can find bed and breakfasts in the historic district, such as The Museum District B&B on Grove Avenue, built in 1922, modest Airbnb accommodations, and momentous buildings with luxury embrace like The Jefferson, open since 1895. Experience this city by going places and taking part in activities that are popular with locals.

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Hotels in Harrisonburg, VA

Harrisonburg, as a multicultural city with traditional hospitality and alluring natural surroundings, covers all. Thanks to the many hiking trails, all the treasures of this city, from art and culture to farms and vineyards, are easily accessible on foot or by bike. If any part of the city becomes your preference, comfortable lodging in Harrisonburg is at a nearby corner. The city offers various bed & breakfasts and inns, for those who prefer cozier, more personal accommodations or simply have a smaller budget. And on the other side, there are major national hotel brands, like Sleep Inn and Suites and the Best Western, with moderate prices of around $85 per night that are also available.

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Hotels in Arlington, VA

If you choose to stay in Arlington, VA, while visiting Washington, D.C., you will benefit in many ways. Hotels in Arlington are located within 3 miles of downtown D.C. and just minutes away by bridge or metro.  All major national historic attractions and fun places are easily accessible from both locations. There are many convenient hotel offers in Arlington that you won’t find at the downtown hotels, with up to 20 percent discount on daily rates; just to mention a few with excellent reviews and reasonable prices, you can check out Holiday Inn Arlington at Ballston and Le Meridien Arlington.

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Hotels in Alexandria, VA

From the time when Alexandria was part of Washington, D.C., the amazing Old Town Alexandria offers a preserved historic district. If you want to take a tour around the city and visit its historical landmarks, like George Washington Masonic Memorial or even hop over to the D.C. side, there are numerous public transportation outlets that are accessible and practical. The city has something for every travel purpose and budget. Choose from a wide selection of boutique or chain Alexandria hotels, such as Crowne Plaza Old Town Alexandria, from $77 per night, and Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, from $79 per night, or consider many historic century-old bed and breakfasts and other accommodations.

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Hotels in Reston, VA

The city of Reston is situated only 20 miles from the nation’s capital, and due to its closeness and good connection to many major roadways and rail systems, Maryland and other destinations in Virginia are effortlessly reachable. It’s possible to find hotels in Reston for under $100 a night, which makes playing golf in the off season in this area very affordable. Hotels like The Westin Reston Heights and The Sheraton Reston Hotel offer rates of approximately $110 a night. For business people, downtown accommodations with leisure facilities are the best option, such as Hyatt Regency Reston. Or, if you’d like to spend a night near the airport, Crown Plaza Dulles Airport has great deals all year round.

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This is a post written in collaboration with the Hipmunk Hotels campaign.



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