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Archer's Industrial-Chic Falls Church Hotel

With its home in the innovative Mosaic District and about a half-hour drive to D.C., Archer Hotel Falls Church warmly welcomes guests to the Washington metro area. Mosaic’s only boutique hotel is just steps from this vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment community that connects families and friends together.

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Archer Hotel Falls Church
8296 Glass Alley
Fairfax, VA 22031

571.327.2277
855.240.8252

Neighborhoods

Mosaic District

Mosaic brings families and friends together in Falls Church, Virginia. This upscale shopping, dining and entertainment complex offers intelligent urban design and deliberate details in a pedestrian-friendly environment. Even the well-planned parking is free. Nearly 80 stores, restaurants and service experiences include Bloomie’s, Kendra Scott, Loyal Companion, Madewell, Scout & Molly’s, Warby Parker, Angelika Film Center, Boardroom Salon for Men, Framebridge, Madison Reed Hair Color Bar, Muse Paintbar, Nordine Salon & Day Spa, BarTaco, Caboose Brewing Co., District Dumplings, Gyu Shige Japanese BBQ & Bar, MacMillan Whisky Room, Mom & Pop, Poffy, Sisters Thai and True Food Kitchen

Photo courtesy of EDENS.

Directions from Hotel to Mosaic District

Falls Church

Known for its ethnic and cultural diversity and environmental activism, Falls Church is 10 miles southwest of Georgetown and 12 miles northwest of  Reagan National Airport. It’s on the Washington Metro Orange and Silver Lines and inside the Capital Beltway. It’s home to the Mosaic’s eclectic retail and restaurants, Eden Center — D.C.’s premier destination for Vietnamese cuisine and specialties — and such Fortune 500 corporations as Pacific Architects and Engineers, General Dynamics and Northrop Grumman.

"Falls Church, VA — W&OD" by kerrycrow.

Directions from Hotel to Falls Church

Washington, D.C.

Archer Hotel Falls Church is a half-hour’s drive to the heart of the U.S. capital, with access to Metrorail’s McLean Orange and Silver Lines. Washington, D.C., is ripe with historic places to visit: The Smithsonian Institution alone boasts 17 museums, galleries and a zoo. Reserve a ticket for (no need to sneak in) the International Spy Museum, catch a free show at the Kennedy Center and power shop in downtown’s signature CityCenterDC neighborhood. Splurge at the Inn at Little Washington (the metropolitan area’s only 3 Star Michelin restaurant), enjoy oysters at Old Ebbitt Grill (D.C.’s oldest bar) or savor Neo-Neapolitan pizza (or a panini or house-made pasta) at Stellina Pizzeria.

Directions from Hotel to Washington, D.C.