The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner
What We Love
- Bistro-style breakfast and sommelier-selected reds and whites at Entyse Wine Bar and Lounge
- The restoring Vitamin C facial and seaweed mask at the day spa
- Club-level lounge with free food/beverage demonstrations and a dedicated concierge
What To Know
- WiFi costs extra
- Dogs up to 30 lbs. are welcome for a fee of $250 per pet, per stay
- Valet parking costs $25 per day; weekday self-parking costs $12 (and is free on weekends)
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Indulgent suburban VA digs outside DC with a spa and top-notch eats
Located in the shopping mecca of Tysons Corner outside Washington, D.C., this hotel offers big city style with suburban comforts. That means an indulgent day spa with an indoor pool, steam rooms and saunas; a jewel box pastry shop with airy macarons and rich cupcakes; a wine bar with 40 by-the-glass vintages. The 398 rooms have a residential elegance with high thread-count sheets, plush terry robes and stately dark wood furniture. And with Tysons Galleria shopping just next door, nearby D.C. shouldn’t take up all of your “going out” time.
In the Area
Outside the bustle of Washington, D.C., in northern Virginia, Tysons Corner is anchored by its massive upscale shopping malls. Work out your credit card at the more than 100 shops of the Tysons Galleria. Join the power brokers supping on steaks and single malts at The Palm. Then indulge in a little nature time on the rugged, bluff-top trails of Scott’s Run Nature Preserve. Or dip into the local history with a visit to the 1771 Claude Moore Colonial Farm.
How to Get There
I stayed here for one night for business and I was not disappointed. The room was clean, comfortable, and elegant. Though my stay was brief, I interacted with several of the staff members, all of whom were the epitome of hospitality and service. A special recognition to Jennifer for her help with my special request! Thank you!
Love to stay this place immensely. The best part is that they offer nightly replenishment of bottled water, and other supplies, including ice. Their 24 hours fitness center will provide residents an opportunity to get rid of extra unwanted poundage. With a few restaurants contained within, one does not have to worry about going hungry. Moreover, it is connected to the Tysons Mall II that also offered more than a few eateries. Lastly, the ladies and gentlemen of the Ritz-Carlton are fine bunch!
What a delight to come to the Ritz after the traffic and congestion of the greater D.C. area. The service is of course impeccable and the quality of the room is what you'd expect - quiet, luxurious bedding and towels, nice Keurig coffee maker in the room, spacious and an easy stay. The gym was terrific and the self parking option was good instead of the usually exorbitant pricing that valet can sometimes be. The location is superb - so easy to get to world class shopping and restaurants.
My wife and I had a great time there. We enjoyed the room and going to the mall for lunch. The hotel food was not up to par. The breakfast was good but the dinner was not. I ordered a turkey club and the bread was so hard I could barely eat even the center of it. They did refund me but I was still hundry for the night. Over all it was still a very good experience,
I stay in Ritz Carlton hotels any opportunity I get and can say with confidence this is one of THE BEST. The hotel is classy and luxurious and the rooms have been updated. The SERVICE at Tyson’s Corner is hands down the best service I’ve witnessed at a Ritz property, and the best service I’ve ever received in all of my travels. The Spa experience was incredible and one of the best facials I’ve ever had. I wish I was staying longer!! Love it here!!