As you visit the Alexandria area, you will find several hotel selections offering premium amenities. Hotels with pools make it easy for you to cool off and relax during your hotel stay. The Hotel Monaco Alexandria,...
The key to being a tourist in Washington, D.C. is finding a way to relax at the end of the day.  Hotels with a pool help in that endeavor.  After walking the National Mall and witnessing history in the form of...

Hotels with a Pools in Washington DC & Guide

The home of the brave, Washington D.C. has so many sites to see, it is hard to fit them all in in one vacation stay.  After all this discovery, you may be emotionally and physically spent and may be looking for hotels with a pool in Washington DC such as Residence Inn Arlington Ballston.

 Enjoy the monuments and memorials on the National Mall, including the massive Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, and Vietnam Memorial. Head to Capitol Hill to see the Capitol building.  Wandering through these inspirational beauties is sure to breed knowledge and pride.  In the same area are the varied Smithsonian museums, housing artifacts and displays charting out the history of the USA.  Take the time to see as many as you can before you move on to the National Zoo, with its giant pandas. Arlington National Cemetery, with its rows and rows of graves of servicemen and women who lost their lives for our freedom will hit you in the heart.

Ride just a few miles from Arlington National Cemetery back to hotels with a pool in Washington DC. While you could rent a car, the Metrorail is very convenient and allows more relaxation when touring from site to site.  Put your feet up and look forward to the next experience or head back to the hotel to get a work out in, a swim in the pool or give the kids a chance to play Marco Polo or just sit and read before or after your laps.  Weather can be very warm in this area and a pool is a refreshing addition to an otherwise ambitious vacation.

Once refreshed at hotels with a pool in Washington DC, head out to wonderful restaurants.  Arlington, Georgetown, Ballston are all suburbs of Washington, D.C. and provide night life and dinner spots that you can later brag about.