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We chose Courtyard at Tysons Corner for a long weekend with the family to explore D.C. We chose this hotel because we could park our car (for $10.00 a day) in the underground garage and leave it there without having to drive into the city....More
Stayed here for my youngest brother's wedding and every thing was great until three police officers showed up at my room door at 3:00 AM. saying they were called to investigate a party that had gotten out of hand.
After talking with the officers for...More
Response from Quest802524, General Manager at Courtyard Tysons Corner FairfaxResponded 5 days ago
Dear Moose 753,
While we appreciate your 4 star rating here-I am really sorry to hear of this situation and the confusion caused by the officers ending up what sounds like the wrong hotel completely. We handle all noise issues through our internal staff so...More
The room was slightly dated and parking is horrific. The manager named Michelle is selective to whom she speaks with. She doesn't have the personality that is expected of Marriotts values. I asked for a beverage and all she did was point me in the...More
Response from Quest802524, General Manager at Courtyard Tysons Corner FairfaxResponded 4 weeks ago
I'm sorry to hear you think this of someone who is well respected and liked by all our guests. Please feel free to contact me directly to discuss your concerns. Looking forward to hearing form you.
The front office manager was extremely rude. She overlooked me waiting to check in to get to her regular customers. Although I don't mind the wait, she never asked me to wait, nor did she apologize. She rolled her eyes at me because I had...More
Response from Quest802524, General Manager at Courtyard Tysons Corner FairfaxResponded September 11, 2018
I am very sorry to see this review as Michelle is well respected and valued by all our Courtyard Tysons guests . I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss this with you at your convenience.
Thank you and I look forward to speaking...More
Stayed in business here for a week.
Staff were helpful, breakfast was OK but never made it to the restaurant as always seemed to be closed at times I wanted to eat ( therefore went next door to Doubletree to eat).
Rooms clean and decent...More
The Courtyard by Marriott Tysons Corner Hotel is not your typical Courtyard hotel. This new hotel is located in the heart of Tysons Corner, just 11 miles from downtown Washington DC, and is centrally located …Morebetween Washington Reagan National Airport and Dulles International Airport, each just 15 miles from the hotel. We are the closest hotel to the Tysons Corner Metro Station on the Silver Line, and offer on-site parking to hotel guests for $10 daily, making access to the Nation's Capital a breeze. Take advantage of many of the Courtyard by Marriott Tysons Corner's great amenities such as Free Wifi, State of the Art Fitness Center, and On-Site Restaurants The Terrace, The Bistro, and Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. Less
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Agree with the others. New Metro stop right around the corner, Orange line though I think...not silver (though been a few years since I rode it!) Cheapest way to get to/from the game and avoid parking fees, traffic, etc... More
Agree with the others. New Metro stop right around the corner, Orange line though I think...not silver (though been a few years since I rode it!) Cheapest way to get to/from the game and avoid parking fees, traffic, etc. Might suggest you could make a day of it, depending on game time, breakfast at hotel, train to game for all the festivities, then train back down into DC, Georgetown or Old Town or something for nice meal after, then back to hotel....