The spirited sounds of fife-and-drum bring 18th-century America to life in Colonial Williamsburg, a meticulously restored and re-created Revolutionary War city. Our Holiday Inn® Williamsburg hotels are close to the colonial Virginia capital as well as Busch Gardens amusement park and the Yorktown Battlefield.
The streets of this living-history museum bustle with the business of 18th-century life. In the 300-acre Historic Area, you’ll rub shoulders with men in powdered wigs and ladies in colonial garb as horse-drawn carriages clip-clop by. Iron is forged the 200-year-old way at the Blacksmith Shop and books are crafted in painstaking colonial fashion at the Printing Office. At the end of Duke of Gloucester Street, the reconstructed Capitol is topped with a Union Flag, while formal gardens of clipped topiary surround the elegant Governor’s Palace. Entry to Colonial Williamsburg is free for children 5 and under, and youths 6–17 get discounted passes. Or treat the whole family to an afternoon of 21st-century rides at Busch Gardens Williamsburg. From our Williamsburg hotels, it’s easy to visit Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in America, and the Yorktown Battlefield—where George Washington slept in a tent now displayed under hermetically sealed glass.
Dine in the candlelit ambience of a restored colonial tavern. At Kings Arms, Chownings or Shields taverns, you can enjoy the same hearty foods that sustained the founding fathers. Savor meat pies or braised venison, washed down with a tankard of ale. Stay at our Williamsburg hotels and bring history home with you, from reproduction jewelry to heirloom seeds from the colonial nursery. Or hit the city’s numerous outlet shops for 21st-century bargains.
You don’t need a time machine to relive the past. Just book a stay in our Williamsburg hotels and hit the cobblestoned streets for a thrilling journey to colonial America.
Newest Hotel in Williamsburg! Come take in all there is to see in colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown , and Jamestown. There is always something to do here in Williamsburg. Movie Tavern is just down the street and we are minutes from Busch Gardens and Water Country. Spring Break is around the corner, there is always something to do in Williamsburg, come and check us out.
The Historic Triangle of Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown provides incredible sites, museums and a fascinating look into the birth of the United States. In spring, Busch Gardens opens for the season and closer to summer its Water Country USA Park, both family favorites. Also consider visiting Richmond, a popular city with many attractions and top dining to enjoy.
Holiday Inn Express Hampton Coliseum Central's outstanding customer service is the perfect match for its prime location near dining, shopping, entertainment, concerts, and conventions at the Peninsula Town Center, Hampton Roads Convention Center, and the Hampton Coliseum as well as area businesses and military bases. Whether on business or on vacation, this is your hotel.
River front hotel located in downtown Hampton, Virginia offers hassle free event planning and accommodations. Our Grand Ballroom and meeting rooms offer a combined space of over 8,000 sq ft. Offsite catering is also available at the Virginia Air and Space Center and the Miss Hampton II. Our professional Sales and Catering Team welcomes the opportunity to make your event a success.
The hotel was very clean and nicely decorated. The room was comfortable. I was a bit concerned when I discovered our room was right beside the elevator, but it proved to be NO problem at all. Never[More]
heard a peep. Breakfast was ample and quite a variety. The coffee was excellent...important since I am a coffee nut. The area was nice and just a minutes from our destination of Williamsburg. Restaurants and shopping everywhere. The location was perfect. I definitely would stay again and highly recommend this location. [Less]
My family and I were recently guests of the Holiday Inn Patriot Hotel in Williamsburg to attend the 19th Annual Williamsburg Film Festival, and I am very happy to give the hotel and staff a 4.5[More]
rating. The only reason I did not give a 5 was due to the lack of a continental breakfast. Truly I did not need one. The hotel staff consisting of Molly, Allison, Chelsea and my very dear friend Mario helped to make our visit along with the staff of the festival a truly memorable experience. The hotel provided a large room equipped with two full beds, a refrigerator, microwave and coffee pot and on top of everything else an indoor and outdoor pool and jacquizzi. What a wonderful way to 'unwind' after a 7-8 hour drive (one way). Each member of the hotel staff took considerable amounts of patience and time and many went out of their way to assist and make us as comfortable as could be particularly when an unpleasantly embarrassingly situation occurred--it was handled with discretion and diplomacy all of which was greatly appreciated. Our stay could have been ruined and most likely would have been if it were not for the tremendous diligence of this staff. They even made it possible for my 'kids' aka cats to come along for the trip also at a reasonable rate and were respectful to them as well. We highly recommend this hotel and will gladly stay there again. [Less]