Darden’s Washington, D.C., area office is located at 1100 Wilson Boulevard in the Rosslyn district of downtown Arlington, Virginia on the 29th floor of a state-of-the-art 31 floor building offering sweeping views of the nation’s capital.The following guide provides helpful resources on travel, accommodations, dining, area activities and office access when planning a visit to Darden’s Washington, D.C., area facilities.If you have a question that is not answered below, please contact us. Menu Travel Accommodations Dining About the Rosslyn Offices Traveling to RosslynThere are several options to travel to Rosslyn, including by air, Amtrak, Metro, bus, taxi or ride service such as Uber and Lyft. Bikeshare programs are also available in the D.C. area, including Limebike, Motobike and Jump.Rosslyn is easily accessible by car. Please note that at certain times, traffic is especially heavy. Also, be aware of HOV lane rules and tolls on highways in the area.Parking at the Darden office is available for $8 an hour, $16 a day.Airport InformationReagan National Airport offers the closest access to the Rosslyn office, but Rosslyn is also accessible via car, bus, rail, taxi or ride service from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and Dulles International Airport.See the Metro Information section below for instructions to arrive in Rosslyn via the Metro. AMTRAK INFORMATIONBook Amtrak trains to either Alexandria (ALX) or Union Station (WAS) via their website. Alexandria Station (ALX) - Also known as "King Street Alexandria" 110 Callahan Drive Alexandria, Virginia 22301-2752Washington, D.C. Union Station (WAS) - Also known as "Washington, Union Station" 50 Massachusetts Avenue NE Washington, D.C. 20002-4214If you are traveling by Amtrak train from Charlottesville, travel from the Charlottesville station:Charlottesville Station (CVS) 810 West Main St Charlottesville, Virginia 22903THERE ARE TWO TRAINS HEADING NORTH EVERY MORNING:Train #20 (The Crescent) Scheduled to depart Charlottesville at 7:09 a.m. (assumed 9:32 a.m. arrival in Alexandria, 9:53 a.m. in Washington). Train #175 (Northeast Regional) Scheduled to depart Charlottesville at 8:52 a.m. (assumed 11:05 a.m. arrival in Alexandria, 11:20 a.m. in Washington). TWO TRAINS HEAD SOUTH EVERY EVENING:Train #171 (Northeast Regional) Scheduled to depart Washington Union Station at 4:50 p.m. (5:11 p.m. departure from Alexandria). Assumed arrival in Charlottesville at 7:23 p.m.Train #19 (The Crescent) Scheduled to depart Washington Union Station at 6:30 p.m. (6:47 p.m. departure from Alexandria). Assumed arrival in Charlottesville at 8:47 p.m.Once you've arrived via Amtrak, taxi stations are available at all Amtrak areas to travel the rest of the way to the offices. Ride request services like Uber or Lyft are also available in this area.METRO INFORMATIONIf you'd like to use the Metro to get to Darden’s Rosslyn office, travel to the Rosslyn Metro Station (1850 N. Moore Street Arlington, Virginia 22209) from the Orange, Silver or Blue lines.Instructions on how to get to the office by Metro from either D.C. area Amtrak train station are as follows: METRO FROM ALEXANDRIA (ALX) AMTRAK STATION TO ROSSLYNWalk off Amtrak platform to “ King Street, Old Town” Metro Station, approximately 0.25 milesTake Blue Line train to Largo Town Center (train should run every 12 minutes or less)Travel to Rosslyn station (just after Arlington Cemetery Station) Once on board, the trip should take less than 25 minutes METRO FROM UNION STATION (WAS) AMTRAK STATION TO ROSSLYNWalk off Amtrak platform and follow signs to Metro stationTake Red Line train toward Shady Grove (train should run every 12 minutes or less)Transfer at the Metro Center to the Blue, Orange or Silver lines (three stops, next stop after Gallery Place Station)Take four stops to Rosslyn station (just after Farragut North Station)The Orange, Blue and Silver lines should run every 12 minutes or lessOnce on board, the trip should take less than 30 minutesBUS INFORMATIONGreyhound provides daily bus service to D.C. from most locations, including Charlottesville.There are two buses a day from Charlottesville to D.C. and from D.C. to Charlottesville, making stops in Fredericksburg, Virginia, and Springfield, Virginia, and ending at D.C.’s Union Station (after D.C., the bus continues on to Baltimore). The Charlottesville bus station is located on West Main Street across from the Residence Inn.Bus travel typically takes approximately 3.5 hours, city to city, but timing will vary depending upon traffic, driver, etc.Trip options are as follows: Charlottesville to D.C. - 8:45 a.m./4:50 p.m.D.C. to Charlottesville - 9:40 a.m./5:05 p.m.Arriving at Union Station, take the Metro to Rosslyn or travel via taxi or ride service such as Uber and Lyft. TAXI INFORMATIONTo access a taxi near Darden’s Rosslyn office, use the taxi stand at the Waterview/Deloitte building, or flag a patrolling taxi in front of 1100 Wilson Boulevard on evenings from 4–6 p.m. Accommodations in the Area Darden Executive MBA students traveling to Rosslyn for on-Grounds residencies often reserve accommodations at the options listed below. Other visitors to Darden’s Rosslyn office may also find these options convenient.Hotels Le Meridien 1121 19th Street North, Arlington, Virginia 22209 Parking: Valet Parking ($25-40/day) Fitness Center On-site Restaurant: Amuse Phone: +1-703-351-9170 Contact: Maria Elena Martinez (there is a special Darden rate) Other hotels within walking distance of the Darden offices: Hyatt CentricResidence InnCourtyard Arlington Rosslyn Other AccommodationsSuite Solutions offers short term, corporate housing (furnished one- and two-bedroom apartments, with full kitchens, parking, gym, etc.) Most of their properties are in Arlington’s Pentagon City, although there are occasionally properties open in Washington, D.C., and McLean, Virginia. See their full range of properties via their website. Suite Solutions can be reached at +1-703-448-0505.If staying with Suite Solutions in Pentagon City, Virginia, the Rosslyn office can be reached from the Blue Line Metro. See the Travel section for instructions to arrive at the office by Metro. Dining SuggestionsBelow are restaurants recommended by faculty, staff and students familiar with the area. Please send additional recommendations to firstname.lastname@example.org.Jaleo Crystal City (Mediterranean Fusion, also in D.C.)Momofuku CCDC (Korean/Asian)Pho 75 (Vietnamese. Only accepts cash, no credit cards)Rasika (Indian, two locations)Tupelo Honey Cafe (Southern)Barley Mac (American/Industrial)Sweetgreen (menu includes warm bowls and salads)The Little Beet (focus on veggies and seasonal food)Tom Yum District (Thai)Roti Modern Mediterranean (several D.C. locations)Chipotle (Mexican)Chopt Salad (salads and bowls) About the Rosslyn OfficesRosslyn is located in the downtown area of Arlington County, Virginia. View demographic information about Rossyln, as well as an event calendar from Rosslyn's visitor website.Darden’s Rosslyn office is located at:1100 Wilson BoulevardArlington, Virginia 22209The Darden suite (Suite 2925) is on the 29th floor (approximately 3,000 square feet) and includes many drop-in spaces and amenities, including kitchen, printing, Wi-Fi access and conference rooms.Darden faculty, staff and students may schedule a conference room via Outlook. Guests or others requiring help should contact Wendy Huber or Brett Twitty. WHERE DO I PARK FOR THE OFFICE?Parking is available at the office building for $8 an hour, $16 a day.WILL THE OFFICE MOVE WHEN DARDEN OPENS ITS NEW FACILITY?The new office will be at the same official address, but on the 30th and 31st floors of the building.