Vacation rentals in Arlington

Vacation rentals in Arlington

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Highlights Arlington (VA)

  • Historical monuments
  • Walking trails
  • Best restaurants
  • Parks

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Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Arlington (va), Arlington County
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Arlington (va), Arlington County
Vacation Rental • 980 ft² • 1 Bedroom
Feel at home wherever you choose to live with Blueground. You’ll love this roomy Crystal City furnished one-bedroom apartment with its modern decor, fully equipped kitchen, and cheery living room. Ideally located, you’re close to all the best that Northern Virginia has to offer! (ID #WDC445)Designed with you in mindThoughtfully designed with bespoke finishes, modern furnishings, and a fully-equipped kitchen, you’ll enjoy that “I’m home” feeling with this Blueground apartment. Whether you’re lounging in your cozy living room streaming the latest and greatest entertainment on the smart TV or ...
from $163 / night
Vacation Rental for 3 Guests in Arlington (va), Arlington County
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Arlington (va), Arlington County
Vacation Rental • 592 ft² • 1 Bedroom
8.1
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Experience the best of the D.C. metro area quiet, convenient Pentagon City. With easy access to public transit and a plethora of convenient amenities, you’ll have more time and energy to focus on what brought you to the Capital City.Every apartment features at least one private bedroom, where you’ll find a comfortable bed, premium linens, and large closets so you can unpack and stay awhile. Bathrooms are equipped with beautiful chrome fixtures and plenty of storage space, which allows you to pamper yourself in style.After a day of important meetings at the Pentagon (or selfies at the Lincol...
from $189 / night
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Arlington (va), Arlington County
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Arlington (va), Arlington County
Vacation Rental • 980 ft² • 1 Bedroom
Feel at home wherever you choose to live with Blueground. You’ll love this cozy Crystal City furnished one-bedroom apartment with its modern decor, fully equipped kitchen, and cheery living room. Ideally located, you’re close to all the best that Northern Virginia has to offer! (ID #WDC444)Designed with you in mindAs with any Blueground apartment, you’ll find a thoughtfully designed space complete with beautiful furniture and a fully-equipped kitchen in this one-bedroom property. And, thanks to our superior quality mattresses, luxury linens, and towels, you can relax knowing you’ll always f...
from $122 / night

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Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Arlington (VA)

$499for 20 Apr - 27 Apr
$478 annual average
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Current vacation rental availability Arlington (VA)

29%for 20 Apr - 27 Apr
40% annual average
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Arlington Vacation Rentals

Visit the monument city

Set right on the Potomac River, just a stone’s throw away from Washington D.C., Arlington is a fantastic destination for families, couples, and history-lovers alike. The city is filled with some of the most famed national monuments in the country, as well as shops, top-rated restaurants, bars, and more. Whether you’ll be visiting for a weekend or a whole week, you won’t run out of interesting things to do and see during your stay.

Finding your perfect vacation rental in Arlington

Arlington has a wide variety of vacation rentals available throughout the city. Rentals in Arlington are sleek, well-designed, and fully equipped with all the modern comforts of home. There are larger and smaller rentals available, in both attached and detached housing styles. Bigger groups and families can rent an oversized rental with enough bedrooms for everyone, and a fully equipped kitchen. Several rentals in this area come with a pool and balcony. Pet-friendly rentals are available for those traveling with pets. With so many rental options, you’ll be sure to find one that perfectly suits your travel needs.

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The area and getting around

Arrive by bus, plane, or train

If you’ll be coming from out of town, there are several options for arriving in Arlington. You can take a Greyhound bus to the downtown bus station. Amtrak train stations are in nearby Union Station in D.C., just 5 miles from Arlington, and in Alexandria, 7 miles from downtown Arlington. The nearest airport is Ronald Reagan National Airport, which is just 5 miles, or 8 minutes, away.

Getting around Arlington

Arlington is not known for being the most walkable city, as many of the popular attractions, restaurants, and historical sites are not easily reached on foot. Uber, Lyft, and taxis are available throughout the city. You can also use the Metro to get around.

Travelers and activities

Arlington for families

Families of all ages should stop by Nicecream for delicious homemade ice cream with a modern twist. The ice creams are made on the spot using liquid nitrogen to speed up the churning process. When you choose your flavor, you can watch the liquid ice cream base instantly freeze into ice cream right in front of you! The impressive menu offers some incredible flavor options, like salted caramel, honey lavender, and apple pie. Take your little ones to watch the planes take off and land at Gravelly Point Park. The park is situated close to Reagan National Airport, along the Potomac River, making it a nice option to enjoy nature in the city, walk on the paved paths, and watch the planes come and go.

Arlington for couples

Visit one of the best overlook spots in Arlington which features spectacular views of D.C. at the observation deck on the top of Central Place Tower in Rosslyn. The observation deck is named “View of DC” and is one of the highest viewpoints where visitors can look down on the city below. From here, you can enjoy stellar views of DC’s skyline, free of charge. Head to Pupatella for a date night, where you can try the best authentic Italian wood-fired pizzas in all of Arlington. The menu offers some delicious pizzas, as well as risotto balls, and caramel-filled donuts for dessert!

Many people think that the Pentagon is located in Washington D.C, but it is actually located in Arlington! Did you know that the Pentagon is the largest office building in the world?

Top 5 travel tips in Arlington

1. Theodore Roosevelt Island Park

Enjoy nature right in the middle of the city at Theodore Roosevelt Island Park. The 88.5-acre island is right in the middle of the Potomac River, and is so leafy, wooded, and green that you’ll hardly believe you’re in the middle of a city. There are several miles of walking trails to enjoy, different species of wildlife, and a memorial of President Roosevelt that you can visit.

2. Visit the Arlington National Cemetery

The Arlington National Cemetery spans nearly 630 acres of over 400,000 graves of soldiers dating back to the Civil War. The grid of graves is meticulously designed on immaculately kept green grounds. Several notable historical figures are buried here, including John F. Kennedy, Glenn Miller, and Jacqueline Kennedy.

3. Walk the Mt. Vernon Trail

The Mount Vernon Trail stretches 17 miles from George Washington’s home at Mount Vernon and Rosslyn. It runs along the George Washington Memorial Parkway and the Potomac River, offering stunning views of the river and of the capital city throughout certain parts of the trail. Some parts of the trail go through more forested areas. The paved path is perfect for cycling, jogging, walking, and exploring the more natural side of Arlington.

4. Stop at the Village at Shirlington

The Village at Shirlington first opened in 1944, and was one of the first large shopping centers to open in the entire United States at the time. Today it is home to a movie theater, a library, a performing arts center, several restaurants, boutiques, and shops. You can spend an afternoon exploring the beautiful outdoor shopping center, browsing the boutiques, and trying one of the many delicious restaurants for lunch or dinner.

5. Dine at the Liberty Tavern

If you want to enjoy fantastic food in a memorable setting during your stay in Arlington, dine at The Liberty Tavern. The restaurant is set in a historic building with an upstairs dining room and a downstairs bar. Only fresh, local, and seasonal ingredients are used in their dishes, and it shows! Try the wood-fired pizzas, smoked short-ribs, signature burgers, and house-made desserts. Their pasta, bread, and sausage are all made from scratch.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Arlington (VA)

What is the average price for vacation rentals in Arlington?

Our data shows that Arlington had an average price of $369 per night, a relatively high one for a city in the USA.

When are vacation rentals cheaper in Arlington?

If you want to save the maximum during your vacation to Arlington, go there in December ($319 per night on average), April ($333), or March ($343), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Arlington?

Analyzing the data from last year, we found that costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of June ($451), May ($406), and July ($390).

Should I plan a trip to Arlington well in advance?

If you decide to put Arlington on your bucket list, we suggest planning your visit well in advance because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 87% of rentals booked the previous year.

What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?

The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, February (with an availability of 30%), April (23%), and January (23%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.

How many vacation rentals are there in Arlington?

In Arlington we have an extensive catalog of around 1,500 properties, with options to suit everyone, thanks to our 3 local and international providers.

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