We stayed here for three nights before PCSing overseas. It was a two bedroom suite with a kitchen. I've stayed in many military lodging facilities and this one was by far the worst. The living room furniture was old, which I could deal with, but it had dirt stains all over. The air conditioning units were ancient with broken controls, so it was either blowing cold damp air or no air at all. The toilet seat was not secured properly. The smell in the hallway.. I had to hold my breath every time running in and out. Mold stains on the ceiling in the kitchen! I'm glad they had WIFI, but you have to pry the login information from the front desk as they change passwords without notifying the guests. The information billboard downstairs in our unit had "helpful" information on what was going in the area in... 2011! For the money I paid ($150) a night, my family and I could have comfortably stayed in any chain hotel in the area and have modern amenities (pool, workout room, full breakfast) without being afraid to sit on a couch or walk barefoot on a carpet. I would avoid staying here at any cost. Sorry, but this is just not acceptable. This place needs major renovations.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to IHG Army Hotels on Fort Belvoir. We are committed to providing quality on-post accommodations to military personnel and official guests of the United States Army. Because we are located right on post, we have a unique understanding of military guests and their needs. We also offer a number of amenities including daily complimentary breakfast, courtesy on-post shuttle service, free internet access, a flexible pet policy, and complimentary weekly socials. ... more less