Hampton Inn Petersburg-Hopewell

Address: 5103 Plaza Drive, Hopewell, Virginia, 23860, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5103 Plaza Drive, Hopewell, is near Centre Hill Mansion, U.S. Army Women's Museum, Farmers Bank, and Lee's Retreat.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Petersburg-Hopewell

Reviewed by stevepartlow

Hampton Inn Petersburg

Reviewed May 20, 2015
by (5 reviews) Basingstoke , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Good hotel but no restaurant or bar? Used nest door

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Petersburg-Hopewell

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Hopewell

Day eight Richmond

A travel blog entry by stevepartlow on May 21, 2015

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Today we continue to travel North, today's eventual destination is Richmond, not the home of my favourite sausage manufacturer, but Richmond Virginia. Apron arrival we have a tour of the city to get used to our new home for the next two nights. We again leave the hotel at 8am, a few of the party have commented that these early mornings are a bit …

"Rain Rain, Go Away!" and Standing in Lee's Shadow

A travel blog entry by azbell on Jul 11, 2015

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... me liberty...or give me death!" speech that helped spark the American Revolution. The sense of history in the Colonial-era church is palpable, and the spirits of men like Washington, Jefferson, and Henry certainly survive there. Buried in a grave just outside the church, which still has its original 18th Century pulpit, is George Wythe, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Also ensconced in the churchyard is the mother of poet and author Edgar Allan ...

Dead Presidents and Rebel Flags

A travel blog entry by azbell on Jul 09, 2015

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... we visited the American Civil War Center at the Tredegar Iron Works, where Confederate canons and munitions were produced. It is the newest of Richmond's museums and, unfortunately, utilizes the contemporary method of trying to tell history without offending anyone’s delicate 21st Century sensibilities. There were surprisingly few artifacts, but thousands of words slapped on the wall that tried to tell the story of the ...

Flying Squirrels and Recycled Toilet Paper

A travel blog entry by azbell on Jul 08, 2015

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... a large lake. The only downside is that only street parking is provided, and neither of us can parallel park.

My first impressions indicated that Richmond is a liberal, bohemian town. A startling number of the men have long hair and ponytails, many of the women are sporting large tattoos and multiple piercings in places that look like it hurts to have pierced, and just about everyone seems like they’ve got ...

Seeing Virginia's History

A travel blog entry by mariah.ashenden on Oct 02, 2013

... for a bit & then went up to the office to see what the cost was to dock our kayaks there for the afternoon. Fortunately it was free!! Coming up to the Historic Jamestown Center was really neat because they had all 50 state flags flying in the wind with a plaque for each one that gives a little bit of history about the state. I plan to go back & read about each state before our yearly pass is up! By the time we had gotten to ...