With a treasure trove of exciting attractions just minutes away, Hyatt Centric Arlington serves as an ideal home base from which to explore America’s coveted capital city. Top destinations include museums like the Smithsonian and National Air & Space Museum, historic sights such as the Lincoln Memorial and the White House, and entertainment meccas including the National Theater and Kennedy Center.
Rosslyn’s Business Improvement District (BID) is quickly turning into one of the most sought-after locations for businesses and corporations, including Nestlé, Deloitte, Microsoft, Amazon, and Raytheon. If you’re traveling to Arlington on business, our hotel puts you minutes from the Rosslyn BID.
Built in honor of America’s first president, George Washington, this striking obelisk towers over the nation’s capital. Rich in architectural merit and historic significance, it is an iconic focal point for Independence Day celebrations and a gathering spot for events including the annual July 4th Fireworks.
Honoring the lives of over 58,000 servicemen and women who sacrificed their lives fighting in the Vietnam War, this monument has played host to countless memorial events over the years, including the annual Rolling Thunder motorcycle rally that takes place each May.
The oldest Catholic institution of higher learning in the country, the historic campus of Georgetown University is located minutes away from the hotel. Visiting students and family members enjoy easy access to Georgetown University sporting events, campus activities, orientation, and lectures at this time-honored university.
The 10-acre Georgetown Waterfront Park stretches along the Potomac River, featuring a promenade with panoramic views of the Kennedy Center, the Key Bridge, and Roosevelt Island, alongside recreational activities.
From the latest fashion outlets and boutiques to big name retailers, Georgetown’s M Street is a hub for shoppers looking for unique finds. Here you can browse the newest trends from both up-and-coming stores and larger outlets alike, just minutes away from the hotel.
This beautiful 800-acre park includes miles of trails that meander along the Potomac River, culminating in a gorgeous view of the Great Falls spilling over Mather Gorge.
Billy Goat Trail
With three sections and eight miles of trails near the Great Falls Tavern Visitor Center, this popular hiking destination is suitable for families and hikers of all skill levels.
Difficult Run Hike
This hiking trail in Great Falls Park follows the Potomac River and winds its way past several smaller waterfalls, and through a deep gorge.
Seneca Regional Park
This sprawling park along the Potomac River is the perfect spot for hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, and lets hikers explore what remains of George Washington’s Potowmack Canal.
This popular park offers a serene setting where hikers can explore local wildlife, plant life, and even rent a boat for spending the day out on the water.
Washington and Old Dominion Trail
This rail trail winds its way through Northern Virgina counties and spans nearly 45 miles, taking you from Arlington County to Purcellville, VA.
The Tidal Basin
Built in the 1800s, this basin separates the Washington Channel from the Potomac River and is over 100 acres in size. Each spring, Washington's Cherry Blossom Festival takes place at this beautiful body of water, surrounded by the Jefferson Memorial, Washington Monument, and other scenic sights.
This sprawling recreational park offers endless opportunity to explore and enjoy time with the family. From the Smithsonian National Zoological Park and Conservatory that connects to the northern areas of the park, to large picnic areas, sports fields. and even golf, there’s something for everyone.
Set against the backdrop of the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood, Nationals Park is the country’s first LEED-certified professional stadium. Adjacent to the Navy Yard, this venue goes beyond solely hosting sports.
Home to the Washington Commanders, Capital One Arena is a 20,000-seater premium indoor sports and entertainment venue, situated in the Penn Quarter neighborhood of Chinatown in downtown Washington, D.C.