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Williamsburg Inn

136 E Francis St, Williamsburg, VA 23185

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Williamsburg Inn, Williamsburg, Virginia
$ 339
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Williamsburg Inn - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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Set in the charming Williamsburg Inn, the Regency Dining Room offers diners a graceful setting to relax and enjoy a leisurely dinner of well executed and beautifully presented contemporary regional Southern fare. The menu runs the gamut from modern dishes like tomato-rosemary ravioli with smoked duc...

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Williamsburg Inn is appropriate for business travelers, as guest rooms are spacious and conducive to work. High-speed Internet access is available in rooms. Minimal copy and fax requests are handled at the inns front desk. Although the inn doesnt have an on-site business center, there is one availab...

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The white neoclassic facade of this inn isn't nearly as old as it looks, erected in 1937 at the behest of John D. Rockefeller. Still, it displays enough traits to remain true to Rockefeller's dream of making history come alive. Thoroughly renovated in 2001, the inn spans 200 years of American decora...

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One of the nation's most distinguished hotels, this rambling white-brick Regency-style inn has played host to heads of state from 17 countries including Queen Elizabeth II; U.S. presidents Truman, Eisenhower, Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and Clinton; and lesser lights such as Shirley Temple. With giant floo...

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Regarded among the world’s greatest inns, the Williamsburg is the crown jewel of the Colonial Williamsburg hotels, offering luxurious accommodations adjacent to the country’s most celebrated live interactive history museum. For many, the Inn is a destination in itself. Its whitewashed br...

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Built by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. in 1937 and fully refurbished in 2001, the Williamsburg Inn reflects today what its founder envisioned: a charming country inn providing the most modern, gracious accommodations. This stately, full service hotel has hosted numerous heads of state and pampers all its...

Charming, Comfy, Cozy, Costly, but above all, ELEGANT! - user review
Extensively renovated in 2001, the Williamsburg Inn was already excellent and now it's even better! On line reservations are available at www.history.org/visit/stayWithUs/williamsburg Colonial Houses & How W...

Missed opportunity - user review
We have stayed at the Inn for years. Before the renovation, the place needed some sprucing up. After all that time and money, the rooms are bigger and somewhat more elegant but whose idea was it to skip soundproofing the place You can hear every sound in the hall and if you unfortunately get one of ...

Williamsburg Inn (136 East Francis Street.): The Most Upscale Hotel in Williamsbug - user review
I couldn't afford to stay here. But if you want luxury, and are willing to spend $300 or more per night, then this should be your first choice. THIS is living in style. The location is ideal; everything in the town is within a ten minute walk. It's also a very beautiful building. It's the kind of pl...

Williamsburg Inn (136 East Francis Street.): One Of The Nation´s Most Distinguished Hotels - user review
If you wish to stay in the best that Williamsburg has to offer, then, by all means, stay at the Williamsburg Inn. It is known for its superb cuisine, attentive service, and wonderful rooms. It's received the Mobil Travel Guide's highest rating along with the prestigious Five Star Award. If you stay ...

Fantastic weekend - user review
Based on the other reviews, perhaps the Providence Wing is due for renovation. However, the main hotel is absolutely amazing, and beautiful. Our room was large, with a sitting area and a...

Unbelievable! - user review
I am very puzzled by all the mixed reviews. Of course, one can't fault an entire property for ONE rude reservationist or ONE bad experience, but I digress. I stayed there around Chris...

Disappointed - user review
Let me preface my remarks by saying that we arrived after a severe tropical storm had hit the area the previous day causing lots of downed tree branches and debris all over the grounds, as ...

Absolutely superb - user review
Stayed here in a Junior suite with our two teenage kids and had a marvellous three days.The receptionist could not have been more pleasant or efficient and we were given a very warm...

Great Service at the Williamsburg Inn - user review
Stayed in one of the tavern rooms at Williamsburg and had a great breakfast at the Williamsburg Inn. The service was impeccable and the food and ambience well worth the cost. I real...

going back a third time - user review
The Williamsburg Inn is a really marvelous hotel. Staying in the historic district really adds to the overall experience of Williamsburg and I would recommend to anyone to stay here. Th...

A wonderful, quiet, romantic weekend - February 2007 - user review
We just returned from an absolutely charming weekend at the Williamsburg Inn. We reserved a luxury room, which is apparently the only type with a fireplace. The room was traditionally f...

The Inn and the Colonial Houses - user review
We live about 45 minutes from Williamsburg and go there once or twice a year for a quick getaway. We have stayed at the Inn many times, and at the Colonial Houses which are associated w...

fantastic experience - user review
We were totally surprised by the Williamsburg Inn. The surrounding landscaping,room furnishings and hotel were all very gracious. The food was superb-and this is coming from very p...

not worth the money - user review
Williamsburg is lovely, the setting for the Inn is lovely, but it is not 5 star by far. Our room was very nicely appointed, but dirty. The jets in the tub blew out dirt into the water. ...

Great Location & Supurb Food - user review
Being nearly on site with the Colonial Williamsburg location was a real plus. It was worth the little extra to be so close, and the hotel is a real upscale location. Being in ...

Mobil Travel Guide: Williamsburg Lodge VA
A lobby with native Virginia cypress paneling and flagstone floors greets guests to this year-round inn. Folk art decorates the guest rooms and public areas and most overlook the...

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Swimming Pool - Outdoor • Swimming Pool • Self Parking • Secretarial Services • Sauna • Room Service • Restaurant / Cafe • Porters • Photocopy service • Phone Service • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities • Mini Bar • Meeting / Banquet Facilities • Lounge / Bar / Nightclub • Live...

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