Guests visiting Fort Belvoir will have easy access to the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, any of the training schools located near the hotel, or visiting friends living on post. Whether traveling here to attend medical appointments, school, meetings, visiting, or exploring Washington DC, our hotel staff will show you a warm welcome and offer the assistance needed to make your stay memorable.
1 Queen size bed, 42' flat screen TV and VHS/DVD player combo, high speed internet access, private bath with blow dryer, workstation, stove, microwave, mini-fridge, toaster, coffee maker, iron with ironing board and voice mail.
Traveling north or south on I-95 take exit 166A (Fort Belvoir/Newington) and stay on VA 7100 (Fairfax County Parkway) going east, until it ends at US 1 (Richmond Highway). At the traffic light make a left (north) onto US 1 (Richmond Highway). Stay to the right and at the first traffic light turn right (east) onto Pohick Road. Follow road to Tully Gate. It is required that anyone entering Fort Belvoir clear the security check point, please make sure to have proper identification, registration and/or rental car contract available. Stay on Pohick Road; this will become 12th Street, through the first and second lights (Theote Road and Gunston Road). Turn right onto Belvoir Road at the third traffic light (a chapel is on the left corner). Stay on Belvoir Road through the first traffic light (16th Street).Turn left onto 18th Street. 18th Street will "Y", stay to the right (DO NOT go down the hill). IHG Army Hotels - Fort Belvoir: Knadle Hall, building 470, at 9775 Gaillard Rd is around the bend on the left hand side and additional parking is located in the lot on the right hand side.
We know there are no friends quite like our furry ones, from service dogs to the family cat. That’s why we do our best to accommodate animals, too. Please read our full policy before your visit to make sure your pet pal is allowed on the premises.
We offer daily continental breakfast and a weekly evening social. Ask a front desk agent for details.
Whether you want to see the Declaration of Independence or study the birth and growth of modern aviation, The National Mall is the place to go. The National Mall is located in Downtown DC and offers the Jefferson Memorial, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, WWI and WWII Memorials, Martin Luther King Memorial. The National Museum of African American History and Culture is a must see museum
Shopping DC style by visiting one of the world's largest outlet malls, the Potomac Mills Mall in Woodbridge, or one of the premier shopping malls in the DC area. Highly recommend taking a duck tours on Potomac River to explore the wild side of Washington DC
Don't go home without visiting the Jackson Miles Abbott Wetland Refuge with a one-mile asphalt trail and an observation deck overlooking the wetland area. It also offers fishing (including handicap accessible fishing piers) in Mulligan Pond. A Virginia state fishing license is required. The refuge is open to the public from dawn to dusk, seven days a week. Natural Bridge is highly recommended
Guests can go online and download a free PDF Guide of 100 Free (or almost free) things to do in the DC for more ideas on fun activities as well as additional visitors information about Washington DC and the surrounding areas. Bike rental is another option to do site seeing in Washington DC
You can be assured that when you stay at an IHG Green Engage Hotel, you are participating in an advanced, world-wide sustainability effort. We understand that it is important for you to have an active role in protecting our environment and that's why we've made it easier for you to choose a hotel that matches your sustainable values.