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Tysons Corner Marriott
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Reviewed 10 July 2017

Great customer service at many of the smaller shops; fun candy shops; movie theater is here; a great Nordstrom and Bloomingdales, too. Parking is relatively easy. Good restaurant choices. And it is close to Tysons Galleria!

Stayed: July 2017
Thank kukla16
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Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

I've been there for a night stopover for work.

First thing i noticed was the front office staff who were super professional and welcoming.
They made me feel and the rest of the team welcomed and at home.

The room are clean and tidy.

The gym is small but have all the basic equipments, and pool was nice.

Later i went for dinner and the food there taste amazing.

The breakfast is one of the best you can have in the state and the food variety is big.


In general i had a pleasant and comfortable stay.
Definitely a pleasure staying there.

Thank you guys.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled on business
Thank Nassib M
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Reviewed 16 June 2017

Very happy that this hotel met Marriott Standards. It was clean and accommodating. None of the vending machines worked on the 2nd floor where we were at and I called the front desk and they gave me water bottles so thank you for that! The rooms were clean, beds were comfortable and we loved the bathroom amenities. We loved the pool and wish we took advantage of the gym that was near our room but we unfortunately didn't have gym clothes (or sneakers). Parking is free on the weekends which we loved and it was walking distance to the mall. We'd def. come back next time we have to do business around the area again. The only complaint I have was since we were on the 2nd floor - there were a lot of bikers in the back of the parking lot and they were all riding and making all sorts of noise very early in the morning. After a long day, all I wanted was to sleep in and it unfortunately woke me up. Now it could be a one time thing and there's possibly an event going on nearby or in DC since it was Memorial Weekend after all. Overall, it was a wonderful stay aside from the noise that Sunday morning.

  • Stayed: May 2017, travelled on business
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Thank Genesis G
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Reviewed 7 June 2017

The room is kept up to Marriott standards - clean and everything in working order. I was happy to see a room safe and a mini-fridge. My wife was happy with a hairdryer available. Everything in the bathroom worked great giving me the hot water when I need it for showering. The view overlooked the pool roof, but I was more happy that it was quiet. The place has been renovated and so we took advantage of the fitness center and the breakfast buffet in the dining area. The price of the buffet was fair for what they had and the service was good. The location is a little tricky to get to without a GPS. For finer dining, there's a Brazilian steakhouse that's just walking distance across the street.

Room Tip: Our room on the 4th floor towards the room was quiet.
  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Robert R
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Reviewed 30 May 2017

In 1966, a Madison Avenue advertisement displayed the slogan, "You never get a second chance to make a first impression." The statement is still true in 2017. I doubt William Gurley, the Guest Experience Expert at the Tyson's Corner Marriott, is old enough to have read the slogan printed in 1966; however, he learned the principle somewhere and the Marriott brand is reaping the benefits.

Typically, a review is only worth writing after a stay is complete, but there are exceptions to the rule. When a day starts much earlier than the rooster’s crow, fatigue and travel are not complementary factors. With each impatient traveler encounter, and brush with customer service personnel better suited for jobs in torture chambers, the energy that fuels the shield between my anger and a pleasant sociable front becomes depleted.

In an attempt to qualify my next statements, understand I am not a paid spokesperson for Marriott; however, wherever a William Gurley exists (metaphorically speaking) at a Marriott location, consider me an advocate. Like every seasoned traveler, I create memberships for financial savings. A few months ago, I switched hotel brands and became a Marriott Rewards member, a process that takes less than five minutes - seven if you only type with only two fingers. I digress. Two of the Marriott membership benefits are e-check-in via the app, and setting an arrival time. In some cases, I arrive hours before the standard check-in time.

Today, was one of my early arrivals and as usual my room key was coded for a quick check-in. Mr. Gurley checked my ID for verification and then glanced at the computer screen just before handing me the room key. Instead of completing the transaction, Mr Gurley stated he would need to re-code my key. To my surprise, he upgraded my accommodations, which is why he is a Guest Experience Expert. Whether Mr. Gurley was intuitive enough to discern that my day wasn't qualifying as stellar, or my Marriott customer status was on the rise, he moved me to an upper quiet floor where I could rest in peace (maybe a bad choice of words as I grow older). As a bonus, I was granted access to the Concierge Lounge.

Mentally still weary from the day’s events, I ambled down the hall for a refreshment, to a second good first impression. Attentively, but not hawkish, Brian the concierge addressed each guest entering and exiting the lounge. With decorum, he informed the guests about the different snack selections. So, to prevent any misinterpretation for my use of the word hawkish, reference in your personal travels a person that is so incredibly dissatisfied with their own career choice that when greeting you, the customer, the encounter was contentious – that is hawkish. Now choose, almost any antonym for hawkish (i.e. calm, laid back) and that was Brian.

A review of any lodging facility would be incomplete without noting the quality of the accommodations. Another positive first impression. The hallways, elevators, and room are clean and well-made. I have yet to find a hotel room as comfortable as home, but I have encountered hotel rooms that make me yearn for the cleanliness of a rustic tent and camp fire. The Tysons Corner Marriott rises well-above the midline of the two comparisons.

Some may argue my posting as premature. Be assured, if the remainder of my stay is not worthy of the previous remarks, I will inform everyone thusly.

Best wishes for safe travels.

  • Stayed: May 2017, travelled on business
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