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A stay at Comfort Inn and Suites at Dulles, named after John Foster Dulles, a Secretary of State who helped shape American Cold War strategy, puts you in the epicenter of a rich and storied history. Civil War battlefields like Manassas and Fredericksburg are close by as are the Smithsonian Museums on the National Mall! ... more
Its past is a tale of transformation. Starting as a one-room log cabin in 1805, it evolved into a beautiful estate by the 1860s, survived the Civil War – marked by bullet-pocked walls – and was renovated into the grand bed & breakfast it is today.... more
Centrally located for history buffs, the Holiday Inn Express Alexandria offers that in spades! Step out the front door and explore the Old Town section of Alexandria, where buildings and roads back from 1749 still stand today. Or head across the river and take in the sights of our nation's capitol! ... more
A perfect home base for travelers hoping to soak in a little history, Fairfield Inn Manassas is only one mile away from the Manassas National Battlefield Park - which preserves the sites of two pivotal American Civil War conflicts: the First and Second Battles of Bull Run. The historic Old Town Manassas is also nearby; not to mention, Washington... more
Soak in a bit of history during your stay at Holiday Inn Express Manassas by making your way to Manassas National Battlefield Park - a mere one mile away. This 5,000 acre national park preserves two American Civil War historic sites: the First Battle of Bull Run and the Second Battle of Bull Run. The First Battle marked the first major physical... more
The close proximity to Washington D.C. provides plenty of historical landmarks during your stay at the Holiday Inn Express Fairfax, but you do not have to leave town to see history. Six buildings in Fairfax are listed on the National Register of Historic Places including the country courthouse and an old public school.... more