King's Creek Plantation Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Historical Traveler Reviews King's Creek Plantation Resort Williamsburg
Very nice Resort!
The resort is located close to everything in Williamsburg. The grounds in the resort is beautiful. Pools area are very nice. Cottages are great with clean rooms and new appliances. The only thing I don't like is the attractions in the area.
Great Time A Kings Creek
We just returned from a great stay at King Creek. The timeshare we stayed at was a 2 & 1 bedroom cottage. Our freinds, their two kids and mom and dad stayed in the 2 bedroom side where we stayed in the 1 bedroom suite. The two bedrom had two bedrooms upstairs (one with a king and the other with two twin beds), each had its own bad. There was a 72" TV with a pull out sofa bed where thier kids slept. Also included was a full kitchen with dishwasher and dining room. Our 1 bed room suite had a king bed in the bed room w/ a 32" TV with VCR, full bath with a whirlpool tub, a small living room/dining area full kitchen with a 13" TV.
Both area also had its own washer/dryer setup. Both cottages were very well kept and clean.
Being that our friend used their timeshare week from their timeshare at another location, we were invited to the usual timeshare sales pitch. We also own a timeshare in another location as well which we explained to the management, but they still invited use.
Our salesman Ron, was very personable and helpful. He took his time and explained and answered all of our questions even though we already own timeshares. Ron took use for a tour of the new facilities which are absolutely gorgeous.
When we returned to his office we went over the pricing which was resonable, but again, we already own a timeshare. Ron even offered to buy our timeshares at our purchase price which was tempting. There was no pressure and we declined. Ron gave us each two tickets to Busch Gardens which was a $47.00 value each.
I forgot to mention, this place is convient to all the attactions within minutes.
Even though we own elsewhere, we are going back in the Spring. Who knows. we may buy then.
We stayed at King's Creek for the first time this past May while visiting Williamsburg to help our daughter pack up her dorm room, move things into storage, and return home for the summer. Over the past two years, we have stayed at the Hospitality House (YUK!), Greensprings Plantation (usually very nice), Fairfield at Kingsgate (also fairly nice), and the Applewood B&B (OK). This was by far the nicest condo we have ever had, in terms of the layout and furnishings. The only problem was that we had NO privacy off our back deck - we looked right onto the deck of the unit behind us. My daughter and I used the pool every morning before heading off to W&M to pack and it was a lovely experience. No crowds in mid-May and very clean and spacious. We are staying here again in August when we return her to school for another year!!
Had a Wonderful time
I just came off of a vacation here at Kings Creek Planation. I had such a pleasant stay. The grounds were beautiful. I will describe all of the plus's of my trip.
1. The location was right next to Water Country USA. Also, 2 miles from Busch Gardens.
2. They just built a second outdoor pool, that I preferred more because it wasn't surrounded by trees. The pool was divided into three sections that had waterfalls that poured into the next section. The site is undergoing a contruction for a new Aquatic center which will have an indoor pool with other amenties.
The only thing that made me feel uncomfortable was the time share presentation. If you do the presentation you get free Buch Garden tickets. The guy was not very nice and when we declined, he asked us what we were there for.
Otherwise the place was great!
We would stay there again.
We stayed from 4/30 to 5/7 2004. It was a timeshare trade for a 2 bedroom cottage. Housekeeping was not provided during the stay (we have found this varies among resorts). The cottage was almost brand new and spacious, except for the bathrooms upstairs. There wasn't much storage or counterspace for even my stuff, not to mention my wife's. Staff was helpful. The BBQ was right next to the driveway. I hope they put screens on the windows and doors during the warm season. The location was convenient. Williamsburg was great. There are many things to do within a one-hour drive.
Best in Williamsburg
Great accommodations, close to everything. This Resort is maintained to perfection and staffed by freindly & competent personnel. We'll definately return for another visit.
Beautifully maintained property . . . watch the sales pitch
Spent a long weekend at this beautifully maintained property and the end of April, 2004. Kings Creek Plantation is centrally located to Busch Gardens, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown and right next door to Water World (though it was not open for the season when we visited).
I was visiting the Williamsburg area over the weekend and my son, who is stationed in Norfolk, came up to join my family. We stayed in a two bedroom townhome that could accomodate up to 6 people easily. There was a full kitchen, 2 baths, a wide screen tv in the living room complete with a fireplace. The property has a pool, jacuzzi, game room for kids and easy access to golf.
Though I booked my reservation thru the Internet, we were contacted by the sales staff the day after booking. We agreed to sit through a 90 minute sales presentation in exchange for a monitary gift. I was reluctant to do so but my husband had agreed to the presentation. We were kept 15 minutes waiting for our sales person and then were assured that we were NOT required to buy into a property but to listen to the sales pitch. THREE HOURS LATER, after listening to the pitch, visiting one of the new units being built and having a second sales person try to close the deal - we were finally through. Clearly, NO was not the answer that was expected.
Aside from this long delay, we loved Williamsburg and our accomodations!
Spring Break at King's Creek 4/14-17/04
I just returned from Kings'a Creek and loved it. The resort is very clean. The staff was very friendly. Its a new resort so there is ongoing construction,(which makes it a great reason to buy) I did a timeshare promotion. There was absolutely no pressure to buy. I wanted to buy because the people were so nice, but I could'nt afford it. The Town's Section is beautiful, but a little pricey for me. I enjoyed my stay so much that I plan to return this summer, with a friend.
I was reluctant to leave the cute wonderful apartment!
We went at the height of the season and took advantage of a time share promotion requiring attendance at an hour presentation. Having read negative press about similar promotionals, I was not expecting much.
What a wonderful surprise. The resort was as beautiful, clean, and spacious as depicted on their web site-Beautifully decorated small houses equipped with everything you can imagine. Seemed brand new (and we were not in the new "Townes"). We had a blast and it was very convenient to Bush Gardens, the water park, and the old town. We had a one bedroom-although it had two TVs-it lacked the 72 inch TV that came with the two bedroom (my son's observation). The washer/drier in the apartment was a blessing and, for the first time, returning home did not mean tons of laundry. Hopefully King's Creek will continue to avoid the pitfalls encountered at other time shares. It is wonderful!
Kings Creek- Everything it said it was!
Kings Creek Plantation was a great place to stay. The cottages were very nice and clean. The whole resort area was very well kept up. We did not use the pool area but it was in great shape. The Williamsburg area was an awesome place for a vacation!
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