WASHINGTON, DC—The Westin Tysons Corner will be undergoing a $10-million renovation. Scheduled for completion at the end of March, the transformation of the Westin Tysons Corner includes a refresh of the rooms and lobby, a new restaurant and lounge concept and a meeting space upgrade.
The refresh will see a complete redesign of the hotel’s 405 guestrooms and 12 suites. The lobby will be transformed into a more open space with communal tables. The meeting spaces will be updated with newly modernized surroundings.
The renovation also includes new concepts for the restaurant and lounge. The restaurant will be transformed to a steakhouse, The Chop’n Room. The lounge will be named Blu and there will be live music programming throughout the weekdays and weekends.
“It was definitely time for a change in our hotel. The renovation shows our commitment to maintaining our image as a world-class brand. We felt it was only necessary to introduce a completely upgraded and enhanced experience for our guests, ” said Mark Namdar, general manager of the Westin Tysons Corner.
The Westin Tysons Corner is located in the Tysons Corner neighborhood, which encompasses the towns of Mclean, Vienna and Falls Church, VA.