Fairfield Washington DC at Old Town Alexandria timeshare resales and rentals
Conveniently located in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, just a short 10-minute drive across the Potomac River from D.C., Fairfield's beautiful resort is set in a charming neighborhood known for its cafes and boutiques. This picturesque area buffers you from the city crowds and traffic but puts you close to everything else. It features excellent places to eat and shop, and it's just a two-minute walk to the metro system which takes you directly to many of Washington's most popular attractions. Located in the heart of Old Town Alexandria, just a short walk from the Washington D.C. transit system, you will find Fairfield Washington D.C. at Old Town Alexandria. Visit the White House, the Smithsonian, the Pentagon, Arlington National Cemetery, and all of the other D.C. sites nearby. On site, enjoy the spa and exercise room.
Fairfield Washington DC at Old Town Alexandria unit amenities:
Full Kitchen with stove/oven
Living Area Includes a sofa and entertainment center and additional seating
Dining Area for up to eight people
Fairfield Washington DC at Old Town Alexandria on-site amenities:
Elegant Marble-Floored Lobby and Period-Style Furnishings
Nearby amenities in the Alexandria, Virginia area:
Boating (5 miles)
Fishing (5 miles)
Golf Course (5 miles)
Lake (5 miles)
Medical Facilities (3 miles)
Wind Surfing (5 miles)
Reagan National Airport (5 miles - 8 km)
Visit some of George Washington's regular stops in Alexandria, such as Christ Church, Gadsby's Tavern and Stabler-Ledbetter Apothecary.
Old Town Alexandria is also home to the Black History Resource Center, the Torpedo Factory Arts Center and the 333-foot-high monument to Washington on Shooters Hill.
Nearby Washington DC is one of the most important and beautiful cities in the world.
Landmarks and memorials honoring our country's history and contributions to democracy share broad boulevards with world-class museums and art galleries, many within walking distance of the mile-long National Mall.
Best of all, many of these important sights may be visited without cost.
The National Museum of American History displays our unique cultural life, with everything from First Ladies gowns and the actual Star Spangled Banner that flew over Ft. Sumter, to the original Star Wars costumes.
At the Smithsonian's National Air & Space Museum, you can see the Wright Brothers plane, the Spirit of St. Louis, John Glenn's Mercury space capsule and the Apollo 11 command module that first took man to the moon.
Dozens of other museums cover science, culture and technology - documenting virtually the entire American experience.
Not to be missed are the National Archives, which house the Declaration of Independence, our Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
Just beyond the Washington Monument are many of our nations most important memorials.
The Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Vietnam Womens' Memorial and the Korean War Veterans Memorial are all within walking distance of the Mall.
Georgetown, known for its elegant townhomes, also has the C&O Canal with its nostalgic mule-drawn barge rides during the summer and fall months.
The winding streets of Adams-Morgan are a virtual United Nations of restaurants and a great place for antique and curio shopping.
Be sure to experience the bohemian atmosphere of Dupont Circle and the Southwest Waterfront with its yachts, piers and fresh seafood restaurants.