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This high-rise hotel is only blocks from the State Capitol and the financial district, making it popular with business travelers and tourists alike. The pristine marble lobby and ultramodern facilities are an interesting contrast to the charming cobblestone streets of Shockoe Slip just outside the door. Several restaurants, shops and nightclubs can be found in this historic neighborhood. The spacious amenity filled rooms feature comfortable work areas. However, to feel like a real executive, you need to book a room on the posh club level.
Linden Row Inn is a 70-room boutique historic hotel located in the heart of Downtown Richmond. The hotel is comprised of seven row houses built in the mid-1800’s, and meticulously restored over the years. The hotel’s guest rooms are furnished with antiques from the 19th Century, and the hotel is proud to be featured on the National Registry of Historic Places. Edgar Allan Poe spent his childhood playing in the garden that is now the hotel’s garden courtyard, and local legend has it that the property is home to the "enchanted garden" that Poe mentions in his poem "To Helen."
Carrere & Hastings, architects of the New York Public Library and the Frick Museum, designed the Jefferson Hotel. A column-encircled rotunda and a fine-art collection, which includes portraits of the seven U.S. presidents born in Virginia, add to the grandeur of this classic hotel. The marble grand staircase was the model for the one in the film, "Gone With the Wind." The guest books have included nine U.S. Presidents and scores of celebrities, including Elvis Presley and Charlie Chaplin. The downtown location is convenient to restaurants, entertainment and attractions.