Furnished Apartments in Arlington

Arlington Short Term Rentals

Close to the U.S. capital Washington DC, Arlington is located on the banks of the famous Potomac River. Filled with national monuments, parks, museums, and theatres, this cultural city is a great place to travel and settle. No matter if you are traveling to this city for work or leisure, well-equipped furnished apartments in Arlington will be suitable for both short and long duration of stay. The Squa.re has a huge range of properties that are designed to give you a comfortable modern living experience without worrying about a single thing.

Some of the best furnished apartments in Arlington, TX incluude:

Loaded with all modern and luxurious amenities, these short term rentals in Arlington are apt for both solo and group travelers. From a flat-screen TV to a high-speed WiFi connection, a comfy bed to a large dining table, you get it all when you decide to stay at one of these serviced apartments in Arlington.

Benefits of Booking Arlington Furnished Apartments

The concept of staying in a furnished apartment while traveling to a new city is gaining popularity day by day. The reasons are quite simple and understandable. Firstly, you get a place that you can call home while you are new in a city, plus you get all the amenities and more that you get in a five-star hotel.

Furnished apartments are any day better than a cramped hotel room with no space to walk around. These fully furnished apartments and corporate housing in Arlington provide a great staying experience as there are separate living and dining spaces, a kitchen, a laundry area, and a separate bedroom with an attached bathroom. This also provides a lot more privacy than a hotel room, especially when you travel with your family.

These living spaces are beautifully designed with all amenities that you might require for a comfortable vacation, be it a comfy bed with premier linen to utensils and all cooking items that you need to have a delicious homely meal. These homes come with a fully-equipped kitchen, so if you are trying to follow a diet, that’s easily done by staying at one of these serviced apartments. 

Strategically located close to all tourist spots, shopping centers, public transport, business, and corporate hubs, serviced apartments give you convenience and comfort. Also, these apartments come with extra facilities like a gym membership, onsite cafe, meeting rooms, and much more. 

Last but not the least, you do not need to go through the hassle of renting a place; paperwork, agent commission, or repeated house hunting sessions. These ready homes can be booked online without any paperwork and you can stay for days, weeks, or months, it is completely up to you. 

Corporate Housing in Arlington

Arlington has been an important corporate and business hub for years. With many big companies having their offices here, this city attracts corporate travelers all around the year. Our corporate housing in Arlington is designed to provide all the requirements our guests have. From high-speed WiFi connectivity to separate rooms with attached bathrooms, meeting rooms with spacious living rooms, we have it all designed perfectly to balance your work and comfort.

Short Term Rentals in Arlington

When travelers travel to a new city for a short duration, a fully furnished home makes a lot more sense as it comes with all the amenities like bedding, utensils, cutlery, appliances, and accessories. Guests do not have to worry about anything as these short term rentals in Arlington are designed to provide you with a home feeling. You can decide how many days or weeks or months you wish to stay at these apartments and can easily extend or cancel as per your convenience.

When you are on a vacation with your loved ones, a fully furnished apartment with ample space and privacy is a must. Arlington, being a popular tourist destination with sprawling green spaces, historic monuments, museums, and recreational activities, attracts a lot of tourists. Be it traveling with friends or family, a safe and clean space with all modern amenities and convenience to travel to any part of the city, our Arlinton short term rentals have it all.

Where to Stay in Arlington

With more than 60 neighborhoods, Arlington is a multicultural city filled with natural and architectural beauty. Each of these neighborhoods in Arlington has something different to offer.

Here are some of the popular neighborhoods in Arlington: 

  • Bluemont: With Colonials to Craftsman-style houses, Bluemont is one of the popular neighborhoods in Arlington among young professionals and families. This place offers great nightlife and a few of the best dine-in experiences of Arlington. 
  • Aurora Highlands: Affordable housing and proximity to Ronald Reagan International Airport make this place a preferable staying option in the city. This place has it all from local restaurants to sprawling green spaces to Arlington’s best shopping experiences. 
  • Clarendon-Courthouse: Vibrant and lively neighborhood with lots of events, activities, and happening nightlife, this place attracts a lot of tourists. 
  • Crystal City: The corporate hub, Crystal City is the best place for corporate travelers. With tech and e-commerce giants establishing their offices here, this place has gained a lot of popularity in the last decade. 
  • Ballston-Virginia Square: Centrally located, close to various coffeehouses, unique dine-ins, and outdoor shopping centers, this place is one of the top choices among travelers. With multiple WMATA metro stations spread across this area, staying here means the convenience of travel and accessibility to all that you need.

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Facts About Arlington

The name Arlington was given to this city in 1920,  almost 70 years after the city was established. In 1847, during the establishment of this city, it was called Alexandria Country. The name ‘Arlington’ came from Arlington House, which was owned by the adopted son of George Washington. Interestingly, the Pentagon is located in Arlington and not Washington D.C. 

Cost of Living in Arlington

Arlington is a popular choice among Washington D.C commuters because of its great connectivity and proximity. However, staying close to the capital also means a high cost of living. Arlington is not very different from other cities in the U.S. in terms of expenses. Consumer prices in Arlington are 0.37% higher than in London and 12.48% lower than in New York. 

Tips for Visiting Arlington

If you are planning to visit Arlington, the best time would be during the month of September to December, as most of the national and local festivals happen during this time. Also, as the weather is moderate during these months, visiting the huge area of Arlington National Cemetery won’t be difficult for you.

Things to Do in Arlington

Arlington has a lot to offer to its tourists. From historical and national monuments to parks to museums to various entertainment activities, this place has it all.

1. What are the most popular things to do in Arlington?

  • Arlington National Cemetery
  • Arlington Memorial Bridge
  • The Pentagon
  • Theodore Roosevelt Island Park
  • Mount Vernon Trail

2. What are some free things to do in Arlington?

  • Arlington National Cemetery
  • Mount Vernon Trail
  • Bluemont Park
  • Shirlington Park
  • Upton Hill Regional Park

3. Does Arlington have many romantic attractions?

  • Theodore Roosevelt Island Park
  • Mount Vernon Trail 
  • Observation Deck at CEB Tower
  • Signature Theatre 
  • Crystal City Water Park

 4. What are the most family-friendly things to do in Arlington?

  • DEA Museum Arlington 
  • Arlington National Cemetery
  • Upton Hill Regional Park
  • Arlington House
  • Air Force Memorial, Arlington

5. What are the more unusual things to do in Arlington?

  • Mount Vernon Trail
  • The Mall at Pentagon City
  • Arlington Art Center
  • Hike at Potomac Overlook
  • Long Bridge Park

Places to Visit in Arlington

Arlington is home to some of the best parks and memorials of the United States. From shopping to live music to adventure parks, you will find something to cater to every age group when you visit Arlington. A few of the best tourist attractions in Arlington are:

  • Arlington National Cemetery - Established during the American Civil War, this is a United States military cemetery located in Arlington. One of the most popular tourist destinations in the city, this area is spread across 624 acres of land. Built on the grounds of the former Arlington House which is now the Robert E. Lee Memorial, this place holds great historic significance. The cemetery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as well.
  • U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial - This memorial is based on the famous Joe Rosenthal’s photograph which depicts the raising of the American flag on Mount Suribachi during the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II. This place is located at the back entrance to Arlington National Cemetery. Dedicated to the memory of all the soldiers of the United States Marine Corps who have died defending the country since 1775, this national monument is also known as the Iwo Jima Memorial.
  • The National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial - Designed by Julie Beckman and Keith Kasama, this memorial is located southwest of the Pentagon in Arlington. Opened on September 11, 2008, in remembrance of the 184 people who died during the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon, this is one of the must-visits. Spread across two acres, this landscaped park has approximately 85 paperbark maple trees and 184 illuminated benches arranged by the ages of the victims. 
  • Arlington House - Also known as the Robert E. Lee Memorial, this is located on Sherman Drive in Arlington, overlooking the National Mall in Washington, D.C., and the Potomac River. Formerly known as the Custis-Lee Mansion, this Greek revival-style mansion was the home of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. This is located inside the premises of Arlington National Cemetery.
  • Air Force Memorial, Arlington - This Air Force Memorial is dedicated to the memory and service of the members of the United States Air Force. Designed by James Ingo Freed, this memorial was opened for the public in 2006. An architectural marvel, this consists of three stainless steel spires ranging in height from 201 feet to 270 feet. The design resembles the pattern of Air Force Thunderbirds made during their famous “bomb burst” maneuver.

Places to Eat in Arlington

Arlington offers a wide range of restaurants ranging from casual to fine dining. Classic American dishes infused with international flavors this place has a lot of food options to explore. 

  • Clarendon Grill - Popular among locals, this place offers contemporary American cuisine in a casual setting. With a great selection of draft and bottled beer, excellent food and service, and live music, this place is a must-visit. 
  • Lyon Hall - Serving classic French-German cuisine with a wide range of some of the world’s most famous beers, their menu features fish and meats, freshly baked bread, and handcrafted cheeses.
  • The Liberty Tavern - Located in a historic building in the center of the city, this restaurant focuses on the highest quality seasonal products and in-house bread, pasta, sausages, and desserts.
  • Ray’s The Steaks - This is the place if you are looking for steaks. With a seasonal menu, Ray’s The Steaks offers High-quality steaks at affordable prices.
  • Minh’s - This restaurant offers authentic Northern Vietnamese cuisine. With a warm and casual ambiance, their menu has more than 100 dishes filled with intense flavor. 

Street Food in Arlington

If you are looking for delicious street food or quick bite options, Arlington has many. A few of them are: 

  • A Toda Madre 
  • NY Famous Kabob
  • Flavors of India 
  • Maui Wowi Tiki Trucks 
  • Kate’s Crepes

Shopping in Arlington

There are multiple shopping malls, boutiques, and complexes available in Arlington to shop for everything that you need. A few of them are: 

  • Fashion Centre at Pentagon City
  • Village at Shirlington
  • Ballston Quarter
  • The Crossing Clarendon

Transportation in Arlington

Arlington has great public transport for in and around the city as well as for traveling to Washington D.C. Arlington Transit (ART) is a bus transit system managed by the county government that provides buses to travel to any parts of Arlington city, neighborhood, and tourist sites. ART also connects Metrobus, Metrorail stations, and Virginia Railway Express stations. Apart from buses, there are taxis and cabs available as well. 

Weather in Arlington

The best time to visit Arlington is during September and December as the temperature is moderate at that time and there are many cultural celebrations that you can witness as well. During the summer months, the average temperature is around 25 degrees celsius, so the city can be explored around that time as well.