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Key Bridge Marriott

Enjoy Stunning D.C. Views and a Prime Location at Key Bridge Marriott

What Does a Key Bridge Marriott Room Include?

Crafted for comfort, each room boasts down comforters, 300-count sheets, and blackout drapes promoting a restful night. Many rooms offer incredible views of Washington, D.C. Request a microwave and refrigerator to save on simple meals and snacks. Wi-Fi access and cable channels like HBO and ESPN keep downtime entertaining.

What Amenities Are Available?

Stay on track at the fitness center before soaking in the hot tub or in the sauna. Savor a drink from the bar while lounging by the outdoor or indoor pools. Breakfast options include an extensive buffet or a continental or American breakfast from Revival. Classic dishes with an eclectic edge from Connexion make for a delicious lunch.

What Are the Room Rates at Key Bridge Marriott?

Standard rooms with two queen beds or one king bed start around $250 per night. Similar to other Arlington hotels, rates at Key Bridge Marriott change according to travel season and booking time.

What’s There to Do Nearby?

This hotel is two blocks from Key Bridge, which connects Arlington to Georgetown’s finest shopping and dining. Stroll through history on a walking tour along Georgetown’s cobblestone streets lined with centuries-old homes. The White House and Arlington National Cemetery are a short ride away. The National Mall’s war memorials and monuments and the Smithsonian Museums are less than five miles from your room.

What’s the Bottom Line?

When you’re looking for Arlington hotels with great views and a prime location, the Key Bridge Marriott can’t be matched.

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1401 Lee Hwy., Arlington, VA 22209
Washington DC, DC
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Lonely Planet
On the banks of the Potomac, this place is almost as good as staying right in Georgetown.
Camera-ready views and proximity to Georgetown (just across Key Bridge) may or may not help you overlook the '60s decor and small rooms.
This high-rise hotel rests just across the famous Key Bridge from Washington, DC in a popular section of Arlington, Virginia.