Comfort Inn Landmark

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

6254 Duke St., Alexandria, Virginia, 22312, United States
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
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Very Good
25%
35
Average
20%
28
Poor
14%
20
Terrible
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32

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 16% lower than similarly priced 2.5 star hotels

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  • Families40
  • Couples41
  • Solo75
  • Business47

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Forum Posts

Relocating

by heavenleigh

I was hoping to receive some advice about relocating to the Alexandria area. Job leads? Housing? Transportation? Help!

I visited the Alexandria / Crystal City area briefly last summer and I fell in love. Now I've decided that it would be a great place to live. Unfortunately, I don't know anyone in the area that can give me a heads up. Any advice?
I look forward to hearing from you.....

Re: Relocating

by zuriga

I have a few friends who live nearby and have visited there a bit. Unfortunately, it's a very expensive area. I'm sure others here will know more than I do...the transportation always seemed good.

Re: Relocating

by cheskey

Hi I live on the border of Alexandria/Arlington and hopefully can give you some worthwhile advice. The first person to reply was correct, the area is not cheap, but with some searching it is liveable. If you plan to buy, prepare to shell out some money, I actually rent a townhouse with roommates, so that makes it alot cheaper. The market is not great here at the time, but I have a few friends who were laid off and found work rather quickly. (This was in the IT field) Check www.washingtonpost.com and www.citypaper.com for job leads in your field. These are also a good place to look for apartments and or housing.

Transportation to/from Alexandria can be a bit tricky. If you decide to live in Crystal City or close to Old Town there will likely be a metro stop close by. Otherwise if you work in the city (DC), you will have to catch a bus to the metro or take 395. 395 is terrible coming out of Alexandria (takes me anywhere from 15 minutes to 2 hours to go 5 miles depending on traffic, wrecks, etc. However, coming from Atlanta you are probably more than used to situations like that.

Let me know if you have any more specific questions. Good Luck.

RE: RE: Relocating

by canadaczechmauigirl

My husband and I are also moving to the area. Looking to pay around $1500/month in rent.
What do you think? Can we get a decent place, close to the metro in Alexandria? Are we better off looking in the city?
Is Alexandria nice to live in? What do people do for fun in Alexandria?

Travel Tips for Alexandria

The west end of Alexandria...

by seagoingJLW

The west end of Alexandria offers no parking problems whatsoever-- a fact which had a good deal to do with our moving here. After all, we do come from NYC. Here is Irwin standing in front of our building. You can see a portion of the vast parking area in the background.

TC Williams High School - Remember the Titans!

by Ewingjr98

Located at 3330 King Street, this huge school has 2100 students in grades ten through twelve. The school was built in 1965, and became the city's only public high school in 1971 when the Alexandria schools were finally integrated following the 1959 desegregation law. In 2007 the original building was replaced by a brand new school building and demolished.

TC Williams high school is famous from the 2000 movie "Remember the Titans" starring Denzel Washington. The movie takes place in 1971 when the three city high schools, each of which was made up of predominately one race, were consolidated into a single multi-racial school. In the movie, as in real life, the team overcomes racial problems associated with the desegregation to go undefeated and win the state AAA championship.

Unfortunately the movie was filmed in Georgia, so none of the real scenes from Alexandria are in the movie.

Yes there are still cobble stone streets in VA

by zanzooni

Wander off King Street and you will find the cobblestone streets. You can drive down them, but I don't advise it as it's a pretty rocky drive and you must go slow! Otherwise you may find your vehicle needing some repair work done to the undercarriage.

Mindful Hands / The Tibet Shop

by alexandria_native

This shop is on King Street but up on a second floor, above a Japanese sushi restaurant. It is well worth the trip up the stairs. It is really 2 shops in one. Half of the store is devoted to ethnic handcrafted goods (clothing, jewelry, musical items, etc.) from Tibetans refugees and the other half of the store is handcrafted items from other parts of the world. They have a large selection of incense, statues, foutains, chimes, books, music. They also have a small children's section (mostly books and games). This a real "feel-good" store and the lady who runs it is super nice and knowledgeable.

Promenade Classique & the Alexandria Canal Lock

by Ewingjr98

At the northern edge of old town, along the waterfront running trail you might pass a small obelisk. Behind it stands a waterfall with what looks like ruins from an ancient sculpture, including huge eyes and lips spraying water. This unique little park is called Promenade Classique, and it stands as part of the TransPotomac Canal Center.

Just to the south of Promenade Classique is the Alexandria Canal Tide Lock. This was one end of a seven mile canal that connected Alexandria to the much more famous and successful C&O Canal in Georgetown. This canal was built in 1843 and remained in operation until 1886. It included four locks to raise and lower ships 38 feet for this short journey. This small park holds the last remaining lock from this long forgotten transportation channel.

These parks are at the base of First Street along the Potomac River, a mile north of King Street.

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Address: 6254 Duke St., Alexandria, Virginia, 22312, United States