Hotels in Virginia
There are no shortages of places to stay in Virginia, ranging from quaint bed and breakfasts to luxury spas nestled in the mountains there is a place for everyone. Bernard’s Landing Resort and Conference Center in the Blue Ridge Mountains is perfect for all seasons. The resort offers swimming, skiing, tennis and horseback riding. It is one of the best hotels in Virginia. A visit to Virginia in the summertime calls for a visit to Virginia Beach and the Cavalier Hotel, located on the historic oceanfront, is perfect for families.
The Historic Mountain Lake Conservancy and Hotel is an excellent place to stay – especially if you’re a fan of the film “Dirty Dancing.” Guests can enjoy a host of outdoor activities including horseback riding and croquet. In the middle of Virginia’s horse and wine country is the Salamander Resort and Spa. Relax in the resort’s luxurious spa, or take a tour of the neighboring vineyards. In Hot Springs, Virginia is top rated hotel and spa, The Homestead, nestled in the Allegheny Mountains. Hotels in Virginia offer something for everyone.
Formerly an 18th-century plantation, this 265-acre estate is now home to a luxury inn surrounded by dairy pastures and winding creeks. The 18 guest rooms are spread out among several tree-shaded cottages, as well as a converted carriage house, a bull barn, and a Colonial-style manor house.
Kids will thrill to the pool and playground at this verdant and rambling hotel with a laid-back atmosphere. Spacious suites with lofts and porches are a good value.
Richmond's most storied hotel, an 1895 Beaux-Arts property complete with porticoes and a clock tower, located in the heart of downtown.
Chesapeake Bay resort offering a roster of outdoor activities, from kayaking to croquet.
The 18th-century houses and taverns scattered throughout the historic village are retrofitted with modern comforts, bathrooms chief among them.
The restored interior of this intimate inn’s Georgian villa, in Virginia’s burgeoning wine region 20 miles from Charlottesville, is a refined mix of damask, oil paintings, four-poster beds, and claw-foot tubs.
Sleep in lace-canopied beds under wood-beamed ceilings (in some rooms) in this 18th-century redbrick house; wake up to housemade pastries.
The old-fashioned mountain camp has rustic wood-paneled rooms and a playground for kids.
Using the same interior designer as English royal houses, the five-star Inn at Little Washingon occupies a white-frame structure in the Virgina Blue Ridge foothills.
Rugged outdoorsy types and buttoned-up golfers will feel equally at home here, in one of the three spacious fairway cottages set on a 12,000-acre estate in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The 1766 Homestead is the uncontested grande dame of the Allegheny Mountains, set 180 miles west of Richmond.