Williamsburg

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7 reviews
Situated across the street from the historic downtown, the hotel is steeped in the Regency style of early-19th-century England with large columns, iron railings and a portico entrance. — Forbes Travel Guide
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6 reviews
My favorites are the superior rooms, which have a charm all their own, thanks to the rustic paneling, wood floors, and Shaker-like furniture. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
"Step back in time" at this property "right in the middle of the action" in Williamsburg’s historic area. — Condé Nast Traveler
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3 reviews
This good-value option has comfy, carpeted rooms (some of which go a bit heavy on the patterned wallpaper) near the main Visitor Center in Colonial Williamsburg. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
This manicured 2,900-acre resort on the James River owned by Xanterra is easily the nicest resort in Williamsburg and the largest golf resort in Virginia. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
The closest you can stay to Colonial Williamsburg (without staying in the Inn or the Lodge) is this second-story bed and breakfast atop the shops of Merchants Square. — Frommer's
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1 review
Built among the vineyards of the Williamsburg Winery, this 28-unit country house has a wonderfully European feel to it. — Frommer's
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1 review
Rooms are small and the decor is spartan here but the location, level of cleanliness (very good), and price makes this an acceptable choice. — Frommer's
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1 review
Located between Busch Gardens and Colonial Williamsburg, this sprawling hotel is a convenient choice for the many families splitting their time between the two attractions — Frommer's
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1 review
Built in the 1970s, these modern rooms, adjacent to the Williamsburg Inn, and shaded by many trees, have the advantages of proximity to the Revolutionary City. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
Charming and hospitable, this redbrick inn near the historic district is modeled after a plantation-style house from the 1700s. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
Century-old beeches, oaks, and poplars surround this slate-roof, white-clapboard house on a hilltop acre 1 mile from Colonial Williamsburg. — Fodor's
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1 review
This romantic, beautifully furnished B&B decorated with red, white and blue bunting is located across from the campus of William & Mary, just a few blocks' walk from Colonial Williamsburg — Lonely Planet
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The three-pearl Hilton Garden Inn Williamsburg is a comfortable hotel that's convenient for tourists visiting areas attractions, but it isn't within walking distance of Colonial Williamsburg — Oyster
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1 review
This inn was designed by a Colonial Williamsburg architect to resemble a period structure: the two-story redbrick building at the center has a wood-frame wing. — Fodor's
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1 review
The 168-room Embassy Suites by Hilton Williamsburg is a sold three-pearl pick convenient to iconic sites and entertainment — Oyster
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1 review
The Historic Powhatan is a sprawling resort on 256 acres, located five miles from Colonial Williamsburg. — Oyster
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The three-pearl Comfort Inn Williamsburg Gateway offers modern and clean accommodations that are only a short drive from Colonial Williamsburg and other area attractions — Oyster
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1 review
The two-and-a-half-pearl Best Western Plus Historic Area Inn offers solid value and a convenient location for tourists visiting Colonial Williamsburg and other local attractions — Oyster
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