The Westin Alexandria exemplifies the revitalization of the Carlyle neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia. The former site of a scrap metal yard for a railroad company is now home to a stylish, modern hotel nestled in among stately brick office buildings and townhomes. Our commitment to the community, which includes the US Patent and Trademark Office, can be seen throughout the hotel. Meeting rooms are named after inventors such as Banneker and Wright. Our Hopkins Boardroom is named after the first person to receive a patent signed by President George Washington. Even the hotel bar, Trademark Bar, captures the unique spirit of the area.