Clarion Collection Hotel Arlington Court Suites
1200 N. Courthouse Rd.
Arlington, VA 22201
Phone: (703) 524-4000
Fax: (703) 522-6814
1200 N. Courthouse Rd., Arlington, VA, US, 22201
- Phone: (703) 524-4000
- Fax: (703) 522-6814
An Italian word that describes the state of being inspired, Ispirato does just that. Its open, modern store features items such as toys, glass, paintings, textiles, and ceramics that make you happy. Closed on Mondays.
Established in 1955, this family owned and operated store offers a wonderful selection of name brand camping, hiking, and backpacking gear and equipment to meet all of your adventure needs.
You will find over 100 specialty stores on four floors at this popular local mall which also features an international food court on the ground floor and stadium style movie theaters.
Welcome to world of style, yes, that is what this brand is all about. Besides style, the Comfort One Shoes here offer shoppers comfort and durability. Available here are shoes for every occasion, right from strappy low-heeled sandals to more dressy heels. Men are spoilt for choice with everything from regular sneakers to formal boots. With special offers on a regular basis, customers can make the most of discounts on branded footwear. Brands stocked here include Earth, Echo, Caprice and Rockport to name a few. What makes it even better is that if you don't find anything at this store that fits your style, you could probably buy it online. The store in Georgetown is one of The Shops at Georgetown Park.
A well known brand, especially for all outdoor enthusiasts, Patagonia provides customers with access to a range to exclusive outdoor equipment, gear, clothing and accessories. The Californian label is especially recognized for it's sustainable and environmentally concious policies. This location, situated in Georgetown, is the perfect place to pick up luggage, insulated thermal wear, vests, yoga gear, climbing equipment, fishing gear and much more. You won't be able to resist one of their signature fleeces, perfect to beat the cold, or snuggle into on a cold day. For details on their entire collection, new items, store promotions, recycling policy and more; visit the website.
This store bills itself as selling "contemporary American crafts with an animal motif," and it is difficult to find an object not adorned with creatures, furry or otherwise. Zany, colorful mobiles hang from the ceiling, designed to look like schools of fish. Ceramic dog treat canisters and crystal dolphin paperweights crowd the shelves. The store's adorable merchandise includes cat clocks, complete with mice or fish pendulums. Animal lovers with a silly sense of humor will love it here.
This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
Diesel's popularity has placed it in danger of becoming too expensive for its own good. Still, you can be assured of finding a great jacket here, or a pair of jeans (the store carries over a dozen different cuts and styles). The leather pants are of a beautiful quality, and are a relative bargain at around USD200. Visit the Diesel Style Lab upstairs to check out the store's edgier designs.
It seems fitting that this shop is housed in a building dating back to the late 18th century, when the structure was home to the first apothecary in the city. Wind your way through the various good talismans and past the collection of CDs and cassette tapes, and climb up the stairs to peruse the store's mini-library of sorts. Hundreds of books, in English and Spanish, are for sale, displayed according to subject matter- astrology, tarot-card reading, feng shui, etc. The shop opens everyday at 10 a.m.
Locally owned and operated, this Georgetown bookstore provides a charming alternative to the huge chain bookstores invading Washington. Bargain books, including classics, can be found in the sidewalk bin. Inside, you will find Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Delillo and the latest non-fiction and biographies, as well as top-selling romance novels and Stephen King thrillers. Most days, the knowledgeable owner is sitting at his desk at the front of the store, ready to help you find a book or to answer your literary questions.
The Fashion Centre is one of the leading malls in Arlington. It houses designer boutiques like Ann Taylor, Armani Exchange and the Swarovski Crystal Gallery. You can work up an appetite pretty quickly, so when you need a break from shopping around, sit down and sip cool beer or grab a slice of pizza. The food court offers an assortment of high-end cafes and restaurants. Try the cheese steak sandwiches and fries at the The Great Steak and Potato Company or simply gorge on sushi at Kabuki Sushi.
Anchored by Nordstrom's and Macy's, this four story shoppers' extravaganza boasts a scenic glass elevator, as well as over 170 upscale stores such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, J. Crew, Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Kenneth Cole, and Swarovski Crystal Gallery. A skylit food court complete with international specialties is also on site, as well as seven full service restaurants.