Hyatt Place Dulles Airport South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Place Dulles Airport South Chantilly
The hotel was conveniently located near the airport which was nice. Being the 4th of July it was very crowded. The breakfast was overwhelmed. The staff did a good job keeping up with the food, but the trash and dirty dishes were out of control.
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Well, what a whirlwind few days in Washington. We had to make the most of our time Washington as soon as we got there. 48 hours really isn't much time at all. We immediately got our hop on - hop off bus tour tickets when we got to Union Station, and jumped on the bus which happened to go right past our hotel which was great. We had been in DC for less than an hour and Mike was dragging me into another museum. This time it was the International ...
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