Hotel was clean, staff was helpful, continental breakfast was a bit lacking comparatively but worked for my family. Rooms were spacious but would bring your own pillow if you don't like extra soft pillows. We had a room on the fourth floor adjacent to the pool/patio area. We stayed at the same time as a high school field trip and it was super noisy there and the noise traveled easily and they ran late in the hallways (not the hotel's fault). Luckily the pool closed at 10, but didn't help our baby when we put her down at 8. shutting the black out blinds and slight tv and air conditioning helped a bit. Would stay here again but probably request different room placement.
Convenient location in a reasonably quiet area; also, the rooms were clean and the bed sleep great. Hotel staff at reception area lacked in providing a welcoming and helpful demeanor. Friendly and helpful communication along with a smile would correct this negative.
History buffs will appreciate Fairfax, once caught between Union and Confederate forces. Monuments to this Civil War heritage include the Fairfax Museum, the Confederate Cemetery, and the Blenheim estate, where stationed Union soldiers wrote poetry on the walls. Nearby, the National Parks Service preserves the Manassas National Battlefield, the site of the Civil War’s first major land battle.