I stayed at this Best Western for a business trip, for a total of 3 nites. The facility was a bit run down, but basically clean. I was on the first floor, and kept hearing people outside my door and rolling luggage on the walk at all hours of the nite. It was humid, and the carpeting smelled really bad unless you had the air conditioning on full blast. The location was great--lots of things to do & places to eat nearby.
Traveller from Maryland
This business- and leisure-friendly hotel is conveniently located 12 miles from Washington, DC, attractions and monuments.More
The motel was fine, breakfast was fine, the location for us was not to great. We were there to see the sights of DC and the CUE bus we took every morning to get to metro which was only 2.5 miles away took an HR to get to metro. Then another HR for the metro to get us downtown. There is a red lobster just next door to motel so frequented there for food.
Traveller from US
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Ratcliffe-Allison House and Pozer Garden and within 3 …More
We stayed just one night. The room appeared to be the standated size snd clean and pleasant. The bathroom was small but was fine for the one night. We had a king bed snd and a double bed (instead of the love seat). Perfect fot the 3 of us. Close to I-66 and about 15 minutes to GMU.
Traveller from New Jersey
Located in Fairfax, VA, this hotel is 6 miles from George Mason University, 14 miles from Dulles Airport, and about 20 miles …More
Hotel was nice but overwhelming smell of cleaner/fragrance upon walking into lobby and as severe asthma sufferer it was a bit too much to handle. Hotel was clean and staff very friendly and helpful. Would give 5 star only if internet and breakfast buffet was included in price of stay, not additional costs.
Traveller from Shrewsbury MA
The newly-renovated Fairfax Marriott is located in the Technology Corridor in Northern Virginia, just 20 miles from …More
History buffs will appreciate Fairfax, once caught between Union and Confederate forces. Monuments to this Civil War heritage include the Fairfax Museum, the Confederate Cemetery, and the Blenheim estate, where stationed Union soldiers wrote poetry on the walls. Nearby, the National Parks Service preserves the Manassas National Battlefield, the site of the Civil War’s first major land battle.