Got a good AAA discount rate for this past weekend. The hotel is in a great area, very convenient to walk to the Rosslyn metro station. The parking ($14) is considerably cheaper than most hotels in DC, and it's self-parking with easy hotel access, so no having to wait on (and tip) valets. The hotel was clean. We had a fairly small suite with a queen bed and a pull out couch for our daughters. The couch mattress had really seen better days, and if our kids had been older, there would have probably been complaints -- I could not have slept on it myself, although the bed mattress was decent. Room was fine, just wish there had been a door on the bedroom portion or at least across the sink/bathroom area. The kitchen enabled us to save $$ by cooking dinner in our room the first night. We were missing a set of sheets, a set of towels, and dish soap, but those were quickly brought up to us after a call to the front desk. The breakfast was well-stocked (the food was average, but that's always the case with these type of places).