The Newest Hotel in National Landing, Virginia’s Largest, Walkable Downtown Area
ARLINGTON, VA – Hilton Arlington National Landing has fully relaunched after a nine-month, multi-million dollar renovation that touched every part of the hotel. The massive undertaking is officially complete, which included an overhaul of the now 393 tech-forward guest rooms, state-of-the-art National Landing Hub with flexible meeting spaces and lounge areas, expansive ballrooms and inviting lobby. The property is central to the nation’s emerging new tech center – National Landing – home to Amazon HQ2 and Virginia Tech’s forthcoming Innovation Campus, all immediately accessible to passengers landing at Reagan National Airport. It is the first hotel to adopt the use of the National Landing moniker, a testament to the community’s exciting evolution.
The new National Landing Hub is the peak of modern connection and integrated design. With a 90 person capacity, 150-inch four-panel LED video wall and a 75-inch TV with wireless connectivity, it is the perfect space for business travelers and groups to gather for personal conversations and virtual meetings. With comfort in mind and equipped with glass white boards and 75-inch TVs also with wireless connectivity, the Pentagon Boardroom and Potomac Lounge is designed to fit the needs of any group.
The hotel is located just minutes away from Reagan National Airport, five miles from the District of Columbia, and central to the entire capital region, making it the ideal spot for leisure and business travelers alike. Guests who stay at the hotel are a short drive from the nation’s capital where a multitude of museums, monuments, attractions and restaurants await them.
Among 393 rooms, the fourteen Room 2 Work accommodations each feature a built-in desktop monitor, wireless keyboard, wireless mouse and wireless phone charger for business travelers who welcome a space that aligns with their needs for optimal productivity and comfort. The five Peloton Wellness Rooms come with a Peloton Spin Bike, Peloton yoga mat, resistance bands, Therabody Theragun Elite and Wave Roller, and are perfect for those who want to keep up with their fitness regimen while on the move. Guests can opt to use the Hilton Peloton account or log in with their own credentials to keep track of their work outs.
Hilton Arlington National Landing keeps guests connected at every point of their stay through amenities like on-site parking, complimentary airport shuttle to DCA and a full-service restaurant and bar. Each guestroom includes 55-inch TVs with the ability to access individual streaming accounts and additional USB access for greater connectivity, as well as stylish upgraded furnishings.
General Manager Ben Deane is thrilled to have joined the team in time for the relaunch, which perfectly coincided with the hotel’s 50th anniversary. Deane states, “The renovations have made Hilton Arlington National Landing one of the most technologically connected hotels in the area, and the property looks forward to continuing to find ways to enhance the guest experience.”
The hotel is part of Hilton Honors, the award-winning guest loyalty program for Hilton’s 22 world-class brands. Hilton Honors members who book directly through preferred Hilton channels have access to instant benefits, including a flexible payment slider that allows members to choose nearly any combination of points and money to book a stay, an exclusive member discount that can’t be found anywhere else and free standard WiFi. Members also have access to contactless technology exclusively through the industry-leading Hilton Honors mobile app, where Hilton Honors members can check-in, choose their room and access their room using Digital Key.
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