This property is at the high standard you expect from the Ritz Carlton brand, and the staff are exceptionally friendly and professional and the experience is inviting. But there's nothing specifically unique about this property (in fact the rooms are smaller than what you might expect given what you're paying). Bottom line: you need to be aware that this Ritz caters to international senior executives in industry and government who are in town on business. This is not a unique resort luxury hotel like say, the Broadmoore in Colorado Springs.
It has a good spa, pool and Jacuzzi, and the locker rooms have a sauna and steam room surrounded by a nice dressing area and tons of robes, towels and slippers. The rooms have very fluffy towels, robes, and comfortable furniture. Surprisingly, many of the channels on the wide-screen TV are not in digital HD.
But, if your idea of a luxury hotels includes the ability to spend serious money in upscale boutiques and high end restaurants, then this property is right for you because it's connected to the Tyson's Corner II Galleria shopping mall where you will find all of the global luxury brands well represented.
In short: great for business travelers who can afford it and for those looking for luxury shopping.