One of the biggest perks of staying with Crystal Quarters Corporate Housing is how easy it is to navigate through the city. Let us tell you about a few important metro stops that you have to visit during your stay...
Crystal City Metro Station
In Crystal City there is always something interesting happening. Whether it be a beer and wine festival, or brunch yoga at the pub. When there isn’t a great event taking place, head over to the countless restaurants along Crystal Drive. Indulge in Spanish cuisine at Jaleo by Chef Jose Andres or enjoy a savory pie from the experts at Bozzeli’s Deli & Pizza.
Pentagon City Metro Station
Ride the metro, get off at Pentagon City and arrive directly underneath the Fashion Center at Pentagon City. At his mall find something for everyone within its numerous selection of stores and food options. Hit Pentagon Row for some amazing restaurants and outdoor Ice Skating in the winter time.
Kings St Metro Station
Kings St metro station will drop you off right at the top of Kings St in Old Town Alexandria. Take a walk and enjoy the beautifully preserved historic scenery. Experience a romantic waterfront view of the Potomac, admire art displays in the Torpedo Factory or go bar hopping on a Friday night. Like Crystal City and Pentagon City, you will never run out of new places to try for dinner.
Woodley Park Metro Station
One of the most visited attractions in Washington D.C is the National Zoo. Woodley Park is the best stop to enter the zoo, which is a short 10 minute walk away. While Cleveland Park is just as good of a stop to get off for easy access to the Zoo, Woodley Park is also in proximity to Adams Morgan, a trendy neighborhood where you can find restaurants, shops and bars.
L’Enfant Plaza Metro Station
L’Enfant Plaza is just two blocks away from the National Mall with a selection of 40 shops and restaurants. Walk a short distance and everywhere you look you will stumble open one of the amazing museums that surround Washington D.C.
Whether you’re looking for rich history, a bite to eat or a fun night out, the Washington D.C. metro area has exactly what you need.