Tysons Corner Center Plaza staycation

Hyatt Tysons Corner Staycation: Getaway on the Plaza Near Washington DC

Plan a Hyatt Tysons Corner staycation for weekend fun on The Plaza at Tysons Corner Center. You’ll enjoy luxury lodging; easy access to restaurants, shopping, and entertainment; free parking; and a Metro stop just steps from your room for a no-car trip to Washington DC.

Hyatt Tysons Corner staycation

Tysons Corner Center Plaza staycation

 

Our lodging and meals at Barrel and Bushel were hosted by Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner. All opinions are our own.

Hyatt Tysons Corner Staycation Rooms and Amenities

The Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner vibe is luxurious but relaxed, so a weekend visit is appropriate for a romantic escape or a casual family getaway. The decor is sleek, with clever touches that reflect Tysons Corner Center’s role as a fashion hub. For example, a chandelier at the entryway mimics the shape of a ladies hat and lobby art hints at fashionista style.

Hyatt Tysons Corner reception art

Hyatt Tysons Corner reception art

 

Spacious rooms and an indoor pool give families plenty to love during a Hyatt Tysons Corner staycation. With 374 square feet of space, standard rooms offer plenty of room for a family of four to stretch out. But if you splurge a little and book a deluxe suite, you’ll enjoy a separate, spacious living room area with comfy couches and a table for four.

Hyatt Tysons Corner suite living area

Hyatt Tysons Corner suite living area

Hyatt Tysons Corner suite bedroom

Hyatt Tysons Corner suite bedroom

 

In addition to the pool, Hyatt Tysons Corner staycation guests have access to a 24-hour fitness center and the adjacent Barrell and Bushel restaurant. The amenities continue on The Plaza, a fun mixed use space that connects the mall to the Tysons Silver Line metro stop. The Plaza boasts outdoor games and a play area for the little ones.

Tysons Corner Center Plaza at night

Tysons Corner Center Plaza at night

 

Adults can kick back on couches, complete with fire pits, or relax with a drink at Barrel and Bushel or Earl’s, both with a mix of indoor and outdoor seating on the plaza.

Dining in and Near the Hyatt Tysons Corner

Foodies can make dine and drink a central part of their Hyatt Tysons Corner staycation. Barrel and Bushel offers a full menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner along with a large selection of craft beer, wines, and cocktails. Breakfast favorites include generous omelettes and the avocado toast. For dinner, we highly recommend the Maryland Blue Crab Roll (we ordered ours without the brioche), accompanied by a flight of beer or skillfully prepared cocktails.

Barrel and Bushel dinner Hyatt Tysons Corner

Barrel and Bushel dinner Hyatt Tysons Corner

Barrel and Bushel cocktails Tysons

Barrel and Bushel cocktails Tysons

 

The mall offers an extensive range of restaurants, from fast food standards in the food court, to more upscale establishments. We love the healthy menu at Seasons 52, and they run tasty happy hour deals. A flight of wine, plus a full pour of your favorite, and a yummy flatbread is only $15. Shake Shack is a family-friendly option, right next to the playground, and they make a delicious burger.

Special Experiences and Fun at the Hyatt Tysons Corner

During the summer months, The Plaza hosts live entertainment, weekend festivals, and other special events. In winter, a section of The Plaza is converted to an ice rink, with skate rentals available in the mall.

Tysons Corner Center ice rink

Tysons Corner Center ice rink

 

During the week, the hotel fills with businesspeople, so plan your Hyatt Tysons Corner staycation for a weekend when rates drop. The property is also a popular spot for weekend weddings, so be flexible with dates for the best rates.

Whether you make a last minute reservation to surprise the kids, or book ahead to celebrate a romantic occasion, you’ll appreciate the luxury and fun combo of a Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner staycation.

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