Richmond

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12 reviews
The Jefferson is Richmond's grandest hotel and one of the finest in America. — Lonely Planet
$265
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6 reviews
Although lacking the intimacy of The Berkeley Hotel, this handsome, glass and concrete tribute to 1980s efficiency shares its convenient location in Shockoe Slip. — Star Service
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4 reviews
There is something truly distinctive yet quirky about staying in a former fine department store. — Afar Magazine
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7 reviews
Service is personal and friendly, and shops and restaurants are just steps from the front door. — Fodor's
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1 review
Inside a historic 1924 building, this new, eco-friendly hostel has a great central location and bright rooms (both dorms and private rooms), with high ceilings and loads of original details. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Although its lacks the meeting space and has slightly fewer amenities, this hotel presents an attractive alternative to the Richmond Marriott across the street. — Star Service
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4 reviews
The unassuming Linden Row Inn in Richmond, Virginia, only a few blocks away from the more regal and perhaps more well-known Jefferson Hotel, has a layered history. — Afar Magazine
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1 review
Spacious suites are like having your own well-appointed apartment making them perfect for families or extended stays since they have full kitchens that include dishes and dishwashers. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
If you plan to stay over, the Henry Clay Inn, a charming Georgina Revival home, is in the heart of the historic town. — Fodor's
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1 review
This is the cheapest in-city option and its location for exploring can't be beat... The rooms are tiny but clean but the hotel is in serious need of renovation. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Recently renovated, this hotel's lobby is one huge contemporary lounge, with flat-screens, workspaces, an open lobby bar and lounge, and plenty of club seating. — Fodor's
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1 review
Owner Polly Brooks is understandably proud of this handsome 1914 house, where she and husband Sean host guests in four beautifully presented rooms — Lonely Planet
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1 review
In a fine location near the dining and drinking of Carytown, this stately 1920s brick B&B has earned many admirers for its warm welcome. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
The gracious hostess of this B&B is the epitome of Southern class and hospitality, and the three gorgeous rooms she rents are a lovely example of Southern baroque style. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
The Holiday Inn is one of the cheapest options for staying in downtown Richmond, and earns decent marks for clean rooms and helpful staff. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Central to area attractions and corporate headquarters, our modern retreat rejuvenates with intuitive service and replenishing amenities. — Afar Magazine
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1 review
The Richmond branch of a popular budget boutique chain, this hip hotel has a cafe on the ground floor, a seasonal bar on the rooftop and spacious rooms with an attractive decor and good amenities — Lonely Planet
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