When researching where to stay in Old Town Alexandria, we wanted to be sure to find a place that matched the area’s picturesque charm. We were so pleased when we found this mid-century modern Airbnb in the heart of Old Town Alexandria to stay at while visiting Old Town Alexandria. This Airbnb has the perfect location. We were able to walk everywhere we wanted to visit in Old Town Alexandria. Further, the apartment’s unique features and comfortable size provided us with a really nice place to call our home base in Old Town Alexandria for our extended weekend visit. If you are trying to decide where to stay in Old Town Alexandria, look no further! Here’s a run-down on why we think this mid-century modern Airbnb in the heart of Old Town Alexandria is the perfect place to stay when visiting Old Town Alexandria.
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Walk Everywhere in Old Town Alexandria
This Airbnb is located on King Street, truly in the heart of Old Town Alexandria. It is within walking distance of everywhere we wanted to visit in the area. From this Airbnb, it is less than a 10 minute walk down to the waterfront and to many other restaurants and shops in the area. It was so nice to just be able to walk out of our Airbnb and get to all the places we wanted to be without the hassle of a car. And if you don’t want to walk, there is a free King Street Trolley you can take too. One of our favorite restaurants, Taverna Cretekou (authentic Greek restaurant), we visited here is actually located just below the apartment, right out the front or back door.
For all our recommendations on what to do in Old Town Alexandria, see our What to do in Old Town Alexandria post.
The space here was really nice and large. For less than the price of most small hotel rooms in the area, we were able to have a large living area, kitchen and master bedroom/bath at this Airbnb. This space was able to accommodate 3 adults (Sam, Natalie and Grandma) and 1 baby (14-month-old) very comfortably. There is a master bedroom with a queen bed here and then a twin sofa bed in the living room. You could likely fit one more adult in here if you wanted to but we would recommend this apartment for a family with 3 or less adults for the most comfortable experience. This place also has a washer and dryer which is a HUGE win when traveling with a very cute, yet messy, baby.
Note: If you are room sharing with a baby here (like we did), we do recommend using the SlumberPod for the best experience. The bathroom is located through the bedroom and without it, you may feel like you can’t access the bathroom while your baby is sleeping. The SlumberPod allowed us to room share with the baby and all get sleep. It was also nice to not have to worry about using the bathroom while our baby was napping or sleeping. Use ALWAYSHAVEATRIPPLANNED$20 for $20 off your SlumberPod order today.
Unique Antique Decorations
This apartment has some really unique antique decorations and wall hangings from the middle of the 20th century. Our favorite decor was the old movie chair seats in the hallway. We got to chat with one of the hosts, Boyd, and he gave us a run-down on the antique decorations in the apartment and it was really cool to hear their history. The decorations here really added another fun layer to our stay.
Great Host and Hostess
Tessa and Boyd were fantastic at communicating with us and so accommodating for our stay. They allowed us to check-in early and check-out late, which was very helpful, especially while traveling with what felt like everything but the kitchen sink. Tessa and Boyd allow you your space but are available for any questions you may have about your stay at the place or visiting the area.
Other Units in the Area
If the unit we stayed in is booked for the dates you are looking at, don’t fret. Tessa and Boyd have a total of 8 listings in the heart of Old Town Alexandria. Visit their profile here to see all of them. They have different sized properties and likely have a size and price point to meet your needs. Although we have not stayed at the other listings, we are certain they are all well-maintained/managed and uniquely decorated based on our lovely stay at their mid-century modern Airbnb in the heart of Old Town Alexandria.
We hope this guide helps you plan where to stay in Old Town Alexandria. Book the same mid-century modern Airbnb in the heart of Old Town Alexandria we did or another one of Tessa and Boyd’s properties here. Please reach out to Tessa and Boyd with any questions on the area, they are a great resource for visiting the area during your stay.
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