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The house keeping staff has to improve cleaning of the bathrooms and pool showers.
Wouldn't go back
Breakfast buffet was excellent, except our waiter was kind of forgetful. Fireside nook in lobby was an excellent place to have a drink or chat with friends. Staff tried really hard. Towels were okay. Bath products weren't bad.
The place is mid-renovation. Most of it looks dated and bland. The hall we stayed on didn't have that problem, but it did smell very strongly of glue (carpet or wallpaper I'm not sure). Our room also had a strong and unpleasant odor. The sheets were very uncomfortable, and the duvet was covered in a flat sheet top-and-bottom which ironically made it much less soft to the touch. Walking around the hotel felt like walking through a combination community college and office building. Probably the least inviting building I've seen for a "luxury resort" ever. Spa lacks surge capacity to accommodate walk-in guests during a busy weekend. Breakfast shuts down on weekends before brunch hours, and even with three other restaurants (total of 4 on the property), none of them serve brunch foods on a Sunday after 11am. Unfortunately this resort isn't close to anything, so if they don't serve brunch in the building, you can't get brunch without a 15+ minute drive. Staff tried hard, but the place gives them nothing to work with. If you're not a golfer or planning a conference, avoid this place. This is not a good resort for a luxurious or romantic weekend.
Resort is nice but in need of cosmetic facelift.
Room service breakfast was delicious, minus the fried unseasoned potatoes. Bed was soft and comfortable.
Carpet and furniture are dated. Bathroom floor looked dark and dirty.
Pool and spa was really nice my husband loved the golf course
Terrible food and service... DID NOT GET MUCH SLEEP AT ALL!!! poorly insulated rooms!
Lansdowne Resort and Spa is located in the heart of Virginia Wine Country just outside of Washington D.C. It's a luxury hotel that offers a world-class spa, picturesque grounds for weddings, a 45-hole championship golf course and many dining options.
Guests can choose between deluxe guestrooms that have been designed with the Virginia Wine Country used as inspiration or luxury suites that provide a guest room and a parlor for entertaining visitors. The luxury suites also offer balcony views of the golf course grounds, the mountain, or country-side landscape. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen cable TV, free WiFi and gourmet coffee. All guests are provided plush terry bathrobes for their stay.
Lansdowne Resort and Spa incorporates local ingredients and remedies into its luxurious treatments. Wine lovers will be thrilled with local Virginia wines being used in the signature facial, massage, and nail treatments. Guests can be pampered with an ideal pairing of coffee, chocolate, and red wine in a decadent full-body treatment aimed to awaken and revitalize the body and mind.
The staff at Lansdowne Resort and Spa is eager to help any guest plan a day filled with river adventures, winery excursions, biking or hiking trails, foot golf, tennis, or a day by the pool and cabanas. Off-site attractions include the Fair Oaks Mall Shopping Center, the National Firearms Museum, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which are all located within 20 miles of the resort.
There are many dining options for guests to choose from, including Piedmont’s Table located in the Lansdowne Clubhouse. The upscale restaurant not only provides fine dining with steak and seafood, but also gives guests picturesque views of the Virginia countryside and Potomac River. Pub 46 Lounge offers signature drinks along with local draft beers in a relaxed atmosphere. The menu also offers appetizers, sandwiches, and salads.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
All existing Lansdowne Resort and Spa reservations made before 1 April 2020 that are for arrivals through 30 June 2020 can be changed or cancelled at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival. This includes Advance Purchase Rate reservations. Any Lansdowne Resort and Spa reservation you make between 2 April 2020 and 30 June 2020 – for any future arrival date – can be changed or cancelled at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival. This includes Advance Purchase Rate reservations. For more information, visit the Hyatt Response to COVID-19 page.
Various ballrooms and meeting rooms invite to a work retreat or dream wedding. The hotel’s largest ballroom, the Lansdowne Ballroom, measures a whopping 9,500 sq ft and can host up to 900 people. With its high ceiling and modern lighting system, it is the perfect space for large events. A more country-style atmosphere and intimate setting await in the Terrace Ballroom with floor to ceiling windows and the name-giving outdoor terrace. Featuring a private anteroom, the executive boardroom is a great place to host meetings or workshops.
The onsite Explorers kids’ club is available for kids on Friday nights and Saturday afternoons to enjoy incredible activities and fun. Aimed at children aged 3 to 12, kids can participate in craft sessions, exercise classes like dancing and yoga, interactive games, storytelling, and outdoor playtime, among more.
An extensive and seasonally changing event calendar is packed with great events throughout your stay. Happy Hour at the Coton and Rye takes place regularly from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm, and Sunday brunches from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm are favorites on the event calendar, too. Food tastings and workshops take place at different times and are differently themed.
Take a fitness class during your stay at the Lansdowne Resort and Spa and enjoy a workout that is great fun while athletically stimulating. With Zumba, you can shake your body to Latin-American sounds, and yoga classes provide you with a centering experience. Strength training and Pilates are perfect for muscle toning.
From Washington, it will take about 1h of driving to reach the Lansdowne Resort and Spa. Start on I-66 West and then take the exit to VA-267 West. From the 267, take the turn onto VA-28 North, and turn left onto VA-7 West. Turn right onto Ashburn Village Boulevard and then a left turn onto Riverside Parkway. Finally turn right onto Woodridge Parkway where the hotel is located. Coming from the direction of Pittsburgh, take I-76 East and take exit 161 to I-70 East. Take exit 52A to get on US-15 South then turn left onto Harry Byrd Highway and Lansdowne Boulevard, before taking a final right onto Woodridge Parkway.
Plan a romantic getaway with the Celebrate Romance package that includes dining credit, treats upon arrival, and a s’mores kit for the outdoor fire pit. Stay & Play golf packages combine your stay with a round of golf and breakfast. Families can benefit from packages with extra credit, or a Babymoon deal for new parents-to-be.
The Lansdowne Resort and Spa welcomes cats and dogs of up to 75 lb. With the onsite Bark Park, you have a dedicated area where your pet can do its business. A $100 non-refundable fee per six nights applies, and you have the opportunity to borrow a locally made dog bed, as well as a food and water bowl. Pet-sitting services can be arranged by the hotel, and there are plenty of pet-friendly things to do in the vicinity that the hotel can inform you about. (Prices checked 10/07/19).
Lansdowne Resort and Spa is located at 44050 Woodridge Parkway, 8,5 km from the centre of Leesburg. Keep Loudoun Beautiful Park is the closest landmark to Lansdowne Resort and Spa.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Lansdowne Resort and Spa.
Yes, Lansdowne Resort and Spa offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Lansdowne Resort and Spa offers free parking.
No, Lansdowne Resort and Spa does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Lansdowne Resort and Spa is 14,8 km from Washington Dulles Intl. Lansdowne Resort and Spa is 31,6 km from Langley Falls.
Yes, Lansdowne Resort and Spa has a pool on-site.
Lansdowne Resort and Spa has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.