Reunite with Family and Friends: Arlington Hotels Have Your Ideal Gue

Published on September 10, 2020

For most of us with out-of-town family and friends, it's been far too long since we've been able to get together. And with safety being everyone's top priority, you may not be comfortable yet hosting guests in your Arlington house, condo or apartment. With plenty of space, great fall deals and packages, and an array of enhanced health and safety programs, Arlington's 44 hotels can offer the "spare bedroom" for your visitors this fall. 

To ensure family and friends stay with confidence and know what to expect while in Arlington, the Arlington Convention and Visitors Service provides detailed health and safety information, along with current travel updates for the area. Visitors can read about local, state and federal health regulations businesses follow, including information about Arlington's We Are Covered unified approach to face coverings. They can also learn more about health and safety guidelines from the American Hotel & Lodging Association's Safe Stay Advisory Council, as well as hotel brands' initiatives to protect traveler health and safety in Arlington hotels. 

Once they've dropped their bags in their rooms and are ready to venture out with you, there are countless outdoor experiences to safely enjoy together. From parks and nature centers to scenic trails, memorials and historic sights to public art walking tours, Arlington and the Washington, D.C., region offer an abundance of options for fresh-air fun.

And, whether you opt for takeout food, patio dining or rooftop cocktails, you can introduce your favorite Arlington's restaurants to your guests and support local businesses. 

Explore the StayArlington website to learn about Arlington hotels and current Deals & Packages for your family and friends to consider this fall. 
About the Arlington Convention and Visitors Service 

A division within Arlington Economic Development, the Arlington Convention and Visitors Service (ACVS) is Arlington County's official destination marketing organization. Funded primarily through a guest-paid, 1/4-cent tax on hotel rooms, ACVS promotes Arlington as the perfect combination of convenience, value and local flavor for travelers visiting the Washington, D.C., region. For more information on Arlington tourism, visit