We have stayed at multiple hotels in the DC/Falls Church area. I have to say, this was our best hotel experience in the area to date. The area it's in is called the "mosaic district" and there are cute little shops you can walk to like, a French bakery next door, a fish store, a sandwich shop and a cute organic grocery -- there's also an Angelika Film Center a block away.
The hotel was designed to fit into the "mosaic district" and, as such, is a unique Hyatt hotel. The hotel is fairly new and opened only a year ago. We stayed here this past weekend on a Saturday night. We arrived a bit early and were accommodated without any issue. TJ at the front desk was so nice and helpful. The hotel staff was friendly and it was a relaxing environment.
We rented a Hospitality Suite and it honestly exceeded our expectations. We paid a fantastic rate (not much more than other area hotels charge for a standard room). The room was a 2 room suite. The living room featured a large leather couch and chairs. The decor was stylish and fresh. There was a very large flat screen TV and a large working station/desk in the corner. There was a small fridge and microwave and the kitchen supplied glasses, plates, bowls, silverware, etc. and there was a sink. The large bedroom boasted a king sized bed and (our favorite part) a very large soaking tub in the corner of the room, surrounded by windows on two sides. The view wasn't the best ever, but it was nice to have all those windows and be able to relax in the tub, while looking outside! The bathroom was also large and had a shower that could probably fit 10 people. The room was clean and the AC was nice and cool on a very hot day.
The outdoor pool is small, but very nice and clean. It's on the 2nd floor, right next to the gym.
Another nice touch that some area hotels lack is that parking is free (in a parking deck across the street) and so is WiFi. As an added bonus, breakfast was included with our room. I'm normally very suspect of free hotel breakfasts, but this was decent. It was a hot breakfast complete with eggs, waffles, sausage, oatmeal, fruit and yogurt, etc. There was even an omelette station where someone made you one to order!
Check out their "borrow program", where you can indicate certain items in a checklist that you would like placed in your room. The list included things like a blender, bigger coffee machine, yoga mat, high chair, crib, various board games and much more.
Overall, we were very satisfied with our experience here and will definitely be returning on our next trip to the DC area.