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.
Hilton Richmond Hotel and Spa Short Pump Town Center offers everything a traveler to this region could want. In addition to a fitness center and an indoor pool, this hotel also boasts a day spa that will help melt your stress away. In the hotel is also Shula's American Steakhouse, owned by none other than famous NFL coach Don Shula.
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.
The Hilton Garden Inn Richmond Downtown boasts a prime downtown location, making it the ideal spot to stay. Boasting a business center, a gym, a swimming pool, and a 24-hour convenience store on-site, this hotel has all of the amenities that one could ask for. Also in the hotel is the Garden Grille & Bar, which serves American cuisine.
The Hyatt House Richmond-West is an all-suite hotel located right in Short Pump Town Center. The hotel features a 24-hour market, kitchens in all rooms, and H Bar with its Sip + Savor menu. In addition, there is Wifi throughout the hotel for your convenience as well as a pool and whirlpool. A perfect place for both business and leisure travelers.
Although The Berkeley was built in 1988, the elegant interiors reflect the charm of the Old South. The quaint cobblestone streets of Shockoe Slip are the perfect entry to this stylish hotel. Each of the spacious guest rooms is furnished in classic style with reproduction pieces and luxurious fabrics. The Dining Room at The Berkeley is one of the city's finest restaurants. After dinner relax in Nightingale's Lounge or perhaps take a stroll past the several shops and galleries in the hotel's historic neighborhood.
This luxury all-suite hotel has been around since 1846 and the history is as interesting as the building itself. The original hotel, which served as a detox center for the bootlegging saloon downstairs burned to the ground. A new building was erected some 50 years later, and recent renovations have revitalized many of the historical elements of the original hotel. It resides downtown across from Capitol Square. Each elegant room is an 18th-century reproduction, complete with classic and antique decor and marble lined bathrooms that feature towel warmers. The rooms also offer many modern conveniences. The location is convenient to Capitol Square, the downtown financial district and Shockoe Slip.
Situated near the Richmond Centre and the Richmond Coliseum, this modern hotel is perfect for conventioneers and business travelers. Conventioneers will love that the hotel is connected to the Greater Richmond Convention Center by a skywalk. Plus, its proximity to Capitol Square and the entertainment of Shockoe Slip makes it simple to mix business with pleasure. Guests will find comfortable rooms equipped with amenities to make their stay as stress-free as possible. Many of the rooms feature excellent views of the city.
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."