Hilton Garden Inn Fairfax

Address: 3950 Fair Ridge Drive, Fairfax, Virginia, 22033, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 3950 Fair Ridge Drive, Fairfax, is near National Firearms Museum, Sully Plantation, Fairfax Museum, and Blenheim.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Fairfax

      Clean and comfortable

      from

      Stayed here for two weekend nights for a family wedding. It was a great hotel for my kids- mini fridge to hold some drinks, small pool for them to splash in (with lifeguard), and a small workout room for adults. Clean throughout and on a side street set back from road so very quiet. Would have appreciated a slightly less inexpensive breakfast option (especially for kids) but there were restaurants down the road that offered that. About the only real problem we had with this hotel was booking the "wedding rate" and getting a room with 2 beds. No one seemed informed after calling national reservation line and directly to hotel. Finally had to contact a "sales manager" directly and even then she seemed inconvienenced by our request. Supposedly the desk manager and the sales manager have two different systems and can't see the same room availability. Strange- but persistence paid off in the end (although I have alot of long distance calls in the meantime).

      Nice Hotel

      from

      This hotel was a pleasure to stay in. The staff was pleasant and very patient in giving me directions over the phone as I got lost driving all over Fairfax (not the easiest town to get around if you are new to it!)

      The rooms were spacious and clean and looked very new. The bed was really nice - mattress wasn't too firm or too soft. Just right. The bathroom was clean. The sounds from the hallway and other rooms were muffled (not like some hotels where you can hear every sound through the walls) and there was not any noise coming from the street outside the hotel. Breakfast in the morning is a full breakfast for $10 or a continental for $8. It was stocked and good tasting food too. I would definitely stay at this hotel again.

      Excellent hotel!

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      Lovely hotel. We really liked this hotel. We stayed at this hotel with the intention of visiting downtown Washington. It was about a 20 minute drive and was a much cheaper alternative to the hotels in Washington. The bed was really comfortable, the pool was small but nice, the room was really clean and we felt very comfortable. It was a pleasant surprise to find a mini fridge and microwave in our room too.

      The staff was not overly friendly but they were helpful. We would definately stay here again!

      Great Beds!

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      We have been in many hotels all across the US. We have never had a bed that reminded us of ours at home. We really appreciated the comfortable beds provided by this hotel. We also enjoyed the beauty of the room, great swimming pool and nice way the people treated us. All in all we would go to another Hilton anywhere if it is like this one.

      Beautiful establishment

      from

      I have to say this Inn was very beautiful and clean.. The room was spacious and the king size bed was huge and comfortable. The place got a little crowded on New Year's Eve but the staff handeled everything professionally. The Hilton Garden Inn is a great place and I will more than likely stay again.

      Very Nice Hotel

      from

      Husband and I stayed at the Hilton Garden Inn in Fairfax for three nights in September 2004. Very clean and very nice. Friendly staff. We loved the bed....so comfortable. Quiet hotel.... We would definately stay there again! A+ Hotel

      Great Hotel

      from

      I absolutely love the Hilton Garden Inn chain. The front desk staff was very friendly and helpful. Beds extremely comfortable and hotel is very clean and up-to-date. The only negative is the swimmin pool and spa are only open from 5-10pm so early risers can't take advantage of this nice feature.

      Fabulous hotel!!!!!

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      i stayed at this hotel in from the 10th january for four nights and it was amazing! a hotel is always four walls and a bed .the staff makes this hotel a joy to stay at. from my room attendant to the front desk.

      everything about the staff says genuine. they are sincere and the make this hotel the best ever!!!

      Best Hotel I've ever!!!

      from

      This hotel is the best I have ever used. I was there for a wedding in October of 2003, and the entire staff was wonderful. Domenic at the front desk checked me in, and he had one of the best attitudes I've ever seen. Everyone else was great as well, and Domenic was able to do a great job in checking me out the next morning, and gave me directions on how to get back to I-95 Northbound. I stay in a lot of hotels over the course of the year due to my job, and this one was the best yet.

      Thanks Domenic & Hilton Garden Inn Fairfax!

      Front Desk staff make it incredible

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      The beds are wonderfully comfortable but the front desk staff continuously exceed expectations and go to great lengths to make guests feel like welcomed guests. Cannot say enough about front desk staff.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Fairfax

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      Travel Blogs from Fairfax

      Intermission Trivia

      A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Jul 17, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      For the heck of it, here are some tidbits of information:

      Per Google Maps the shortest drive between South San Francisco, CA and Fairfax, VA is 2,826 miles (4,548 km), which should take 42 hours of driving.

      As evidenced by this blog, we did not take that route, but instead drove 5,204 miles (8,375 km) in, ...

      Ms. R goes to Washington

      A travel blog entry by kiyomiran on May 31, 2014

      4 photos

      ... to call it a day. Georgetown was very nice - I loved the metropolitan feel of the school. Growing up in Tokyo, I felt like this could be somewhere I wanted to go (haha if only I can get in!). The campus, like many other private colleges, has different types of buildings, ranging from gothic style buildings to glass-covered study centers. It was very nice!

      Then on Sunday, my mother and I met up with my friend for lunch at the ...

      Back to the USA

      A travel blog entry by bulaska on Feb 20, 2014

      12 photos

      ... br> Very nice and interesting is the National Geographic Society's Explorer Hall. It's a photography museum, covering National Geographic works. The entrance fee are 11 USD and the pictures are stunning.
      After all the museums, we wanted to take a walk in the city for a change. We chose to explore the Georgetown a bit, which turned out to be lovely. It's filled with great shops, coffeeshops and nice restaurants. A very good place for a Sunday stroll! :-)

      As ...

      Day 1 & 2

      A travel blog entry by lindb on Oct 10, 2013

      3 photos

      ... at the moment! JG arrives from Durham around 5.30pm and the drinking commences. Babysitter arrives at 7pm and we head up to the local Thai and bars for a good old catch up. I end up sleeping on the kitchen floor, JG crashes out on the sofa and PJ crashes on the living room floor- only H makes it to a bed! Fun night but boy does my head hurt the next day. Oh well us girls will be doing it all over again tonight in ...

      Shutdown showtime!

      A travel blog entry by daretoknow on Oct 01, 2013

      10 photos

      ... known that I was singing and dancing (!) with everyone else in the service and it took the rest of the day to come down from the joyfulness I felt. Alleluia indeed. I took lunch in the nearest park and watched one of the many homeless people rummage around in the bin - I singled one out and gave him half my lunch and the $20 that needed to be passed on. I hope the woman in the church doesn't mind... Yesterday I wandered around the enormous art museums ...