TYSONS, VA–Archer Hotel is expanding with the debut of ARCHER Hotel Tysons on September 14, 2021. This luxury, new-build hotel in Fairfax County in the new Scotts Run South development marks the seventh property in Archer’s collection and its fourth on the East Coast. At the foot of the McLean Silver Line Metro Station and just 9 miles northwest of Washington, D.C., guests who check in to Archer Hotel Tysons, whether for business, leisure or celebrations, will find refined design, and artful spaces around every corner. The 178-room boutique hotel will follow in the award-winning footsteps of its sister properties, laden with thoughtful touches, anticipatory service and local discoveries, that continuously land them in the coveted top spots on trusted review sites. The common theme is the team’s dedication to sincere service that is often mentioned in tandem with compliments on Archer’s attention to details big and small.
LodgeWorks Partners, L.P., the owner, developer and operator of Archer Hotel, made a strategic decision to bring boutique sophistication to emerging metros that had a need – and an audience – for boutique hotels once reserved for major cities. After successful openings in New York City, Austin and Napa, Archer welcomed three properties in Burlington, MA (just outside of Boston), Florham Park, NJ (a business and social hub in Morris County) and Redmond, WA (Seattle’s Eastside suburb). Archer Tysons joins the fastest growing region in the DC area. The Tysons site is at the foot of the McLean Line Metro Station, providing easy access to Washington DC and Reagan National Airport. The hotel is minutes Tysons Corner Center (the 10th largest mall in the US) and the upscale Tysons Galleria — and a short 5–7-minute walk to Capital One Center and Capital One Hall. Just across the street, 1800 Chain Bridge promises a soon-to-be a vibrant public plaza with restaurants, shops and luxury residences. With a location that lends itself to attracting groups and social functions, Archer Tysons boasts over 17,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space, with capabilities to host up to 150 in flexible, elegant venues — including the stunning seventh-floor Penthouse with soaring wood-plank ceilings and crystal-clad chandeliers and the adjoining mostly-covered Penthouse Terrace with soft seating, festoon lighting and movable bars.