We have revitalized our hotel to match the exceptional service provided by our associates and the expectations of our guests. We invite you to rediscover The Westin Arlington Gateway…for an even Better Experience.
Why is The Westin Arlington Gateway undergoing a renovation?
We have renovated our hotel to match the passion and dedication of our associates and the high expectations of our guests. The multi-million dollar renovation refreshes major areas of the hotel to deliver a better guest experience. We invite you to rediscover The Westin Arlington Gateway!
I’ve enjoyed my stays at The Westin Arlington Gateway, what has changed?
Guests will now experience a true sensory welcome with the Energizing Haven. Upon arrival in the new lobby, guests are transported from the everyday and are greeted with a unique balance of calm and energy, beginning with a more customized experience at the new Westin check-in pods. These free-standing structures replace the outdated hotel check-in desk and are ergonomically designed with work surfaces at optimum heights and a more spacious, personal guest interaction area. This new relaxing arrival zone allows travelers to let go of their stress and enter an inviting, uplifting space that helps them stay balanced, refreshed and ready to achieve. Our Living Wall encompasses the green nature of the Westin brand. Guests can experience the new energetic look of fully renovated and larger Starbucks® Coffee Shop.
Will there be any changes to the meeting and event spaces?
Underscoring its traditional role as a meeting and conference destination, The Westin Arlington Gateway has updated the entire second floor function space.
How will The Westin Arlington Gateway renovation impact the environment?
Utilizing an environmentally friendly renovation approach is a priority for The Westin Arlington Gateway. Lobby and meeting space benefit from recyclable carpet pads and low VOC finishes on case goods. Energy efficient lighting and low flow plumbing fixtures support Starwood’s 30/20 by 20 sustainability initiative to reduce energy use by 30% and water consumption by 20% by 2020.