Family-Friendly Hotel in DC Suburbs
Washington, DC, may be all about big-time political jockeying, but many of the neighboring burbs have a sense of small-town warmth. Located in Northern Virginia along the Capital Beltway, Tysons Corner has a family-friendly spirit that shines through in year-round festivals and a variety of family-owned ethnic restaurants. Conveniently located in the heart of the village, Embassy Suites Tysons Corner lies within walking distance of several restaurants and shopping malls. The hotel offers complimentary transportation to the Metrorail, which can take you into downtown Washington.
Spacious two-room suites are ideal for families; each unit has a separate living area furnished with a sofa bed, armchair, and work desk. In the morning, head downstairs for a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast. Later, you can visit the onsite restaurant, which serves contemporary American fare for lunch and dinner.
Tysons Corner, Virginia: Friendly Residential Hub Close to Washington, DC
Considered part of Greater DC—it’s about 16 miles west of the city—Tysons Corner is suburban, yet close to all the district has to offer. The central area has a number of shops and restaurants, and is surrounded by residential neighborhoods. One of the most popular attractions is the Wolf Trap, the country’s only national park devoted to the performing arts. It’s the summer home of the National Symphony Orchestra as well as a venue for theatrical performances and pop concerts. Past shows have featured such acts as Wilco and Sheryl Crow.
For shopping, you can head to the state’s largest shopping mall, Tysons Corner Center. The retail center houses more than 300 department and specialty stores, including H&M, Macy’s, and Ann Taylor. The neighborhood also has two upscale shopping centers: Tysons Galleria and Fairfax Square.
The complimentary shuttle from the hotel reaches stops within a 3-mile radius. Take it to the Dunn Loring–Merrifield Metro station for a straight shot to the National Mall, where you can visit the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, and other landmarks in the nation’s capital.