Metro Access – 10 to 12 Minute Walk from the Rosslyn Metro Station
Price Range – $110 Weekend to $170 Weekdays
The Bottom-line: Many people find this hotel for its lower price amongst options in Rosslyn. If you are planning to stay in the area on a Friday and Saturday night you can find much better hotels for the same cost and closer to the Rosslyn Metro, (Hyatt, Le Meridien). For those who understand the high cost of DC during the week the Best Western will serve as a place to sleep, and that is if you aren’t overly picky about hotels. Another positive aspect is the free parking. Parking runs about $20/day at other Rosslyn hotels near the Metro, so you can save additionally here too. Do your homework and take a look at a map before booking so that you know how to get to the metro which is only a 10 minute walk, but not all that intuitive. Not much is right outside the door. Bottom-line it’s a safe place to sleep, with average accommodations.
- Internet – Free in Lobby
- Gym – Yes, Small
- Parking – Free
- Shuttle to Airport – No
- Breakfast – None
- Smoking Status – Smoke Free
- Pool – Indoor Heated
- Rooms – One King, or 2 Doubles
- Restaurants in Hotel – Adjacent to the Hotel
- Pets – No
Common Positive Remarks
- Free Parking
- Fridge & Microwave In Room
- Often Cheapest Option In Rossyln
- Location Better Suited for Driving
- Not Much Immediately Close
- School Groups Stay Here With Loud Buses
Alarming Reviews We Spotted
The Best Western near the Rosslyn Metro has does have more negative reviews than its local competitors. A lack of an apology for a room flooding was one that sparked our interest. But, in fairness plenty of people found this place just fine.
Room Features – There are two options in terms of beds, 2 queens, and 2 doubles. Rooms will have a flat screen TV, fridge and microwave. Many reviews referenced one section of the hotel is newer and nicer. A/C in all rooms along with clock radio. Roll away beds available.