Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 280
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ken59 On the road.
Friendly staff , clean safe room. What more do you need as a traveler?
March 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bobby D - Richmond Great Choice for your Williamsburg Trip
Whether visiting Bush Gardens, Colonial Williamsburg, Water Country, the outlets, William and Mary …. you have many hotels, motels, and timeshares to choose from.
Location and Service can make a big difference in where is the best place to stay.
Historic Gateway is on By-Bass Road so you are able to avoid some of the traffic, and you are a couple miles from the Historic Visitor Center. The staff at this property are exceptional. We interacted with Geoff and Kirk and found them to be personable and accommodating. Their attitude seems to permeate through the staff as well.
Too many Holiday Inns are moving toward a cookie cutter “continental style” restaurant. Historic Gateway has not followed this flawed trend. Their restaurant Bistro 515 has a menu with options to meet your family’s needs. We both thoroughly enjoyed our dinner. The service was prompt and friendly. It seemed with every question Josh’s answer was “I can make that happen” Bistro is a hotel restaurant worth putting on your list, especially for that night you would rather not go back out.
The rooms are spacious as well, and the HVAC regulates well too.
Again kudos Geoff, Kirk, and Josh.
Great choice for your next Williamsburg visit.
March 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by solarmal Fabulous place to stay
There are many choices in Williamsburg, but this has got to be the best deal around. The room was spacious, the hotel was spotless, the staff was courteous, the price was fantastic (AAA rate). Breakfast in the restaurant was very good, a tad pricey, but still worth it. The ONLY complaint is the black out curtains do not stay shut. It would be nice if a hotel (any hotel) could make their black out curtains overlap instead of meeting in the middle. That crack of light is so annoying and seems to pierce the eyes as soon as it gets light. We solved the problem by making the curtains overlap then holding them down with some books. If hotels could provide a clip to keep them shut, people would be very grateful (at least these people).
March 23, 2015