The Williamsburg Lodge
The Williamsburg Lodge - New and Renewed...
The Williamsburg Lodge, after an extensive two-year building, remodeling, and refurbishing project completed in early 2007, now comprises eight buildings interconnected by sheltered brick-paved walkways. One of the two original hotels envisioned by John D. Rockefeller Jr. for Colonial Williamsburg, the Williamsburg Lodge offers 323 attractively appointed guest rooms and suites with modern amenities, including wireless internet access in all rooms. Always fondly regarded for its characteristic southern hospitality, the property enhancements provide guests with comfortable accommodations reminiscent of a southern family home. Guest rooms include furnishings that blend the timeless American styles of craftsmen from across the country and reflect pieces in Colonial Williamsburgs collections. Furnishings throughout the hotel and its guest rooms are inspired by the one of the finest collections of American folk art, which is housed in the nearby Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum. The lobby, lounge, restaurant, and conference rooms are conveniently situated for all guests.
Features and Benefits
Entirely new conference center with 44,000 square feet of flexible space and 32 versatile function rooms.
Advanced audio visual resources and high-speed Internet connectivity throughout including all guest rooms
Increase to 323 guest rooms and suites with all the comfort and convenience desired by conferees
Food preparation moves "center stage" with a display/finishing kitchen restaurant providing guests with an entertaining "interactive" dining experience
Nine additional Colonial Williamsburg restaurants, including four historic dining taverns, within walking distance or complimentary shuttle access available
Closest to Colonial Williamsburg's famed Historic Area, home to the world's largest living history museum and "the town that changed the world"
Adjacent to the renowned Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, home to 45 holes of championship golf designed by course architect legends Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Rees Jones
Steps from 26 Shops of Colonial Williamsburg and 40 boutiques of Merchants Square
Luxurious new spa adjacent
|Room Service||Restaurant||Fitness Center/Health Club|
|Business Center||Internet Access||Beach nearby|
|Cable TV||Child Care Services||Children's Activities|
|Hairdryer||In-room movies||Iron/ironing boards|
|Meeting rooms||Outdoor pool||Parking|
|Balcony||Bar||Free Wireless internet|
|Conference Center||Balcony Rooms Available||Wireless Internet|