Quality Inn - Lord Paget
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Historical Traveler Reviews Quality Inn - Lord Paget Williamsburg
What a wonderful and welcome find this charming little place was! After spending a terrible night at the Pricess Anne, I called and spoke with the desk clerk and he graciously offered us a lovely room by the lake for a great price and said he wanted to make our stay in Williamsburg a good one and he truly did!
The room was spotless and everything in perfect order. The room overlooked a small lake with dozens of ducks, swans and even a lovely Blue Heron! We had a very relaxing stay and the next time we come back, we're staying here!
The complimentary breakfast is nice and the staff is wonderful! You won't be sorry here, it's a charming, comfortable, quiet and clean Inn, with much more!
Travel agent Review
I've been a travel agent for over 6 years and have travelled all over, staying anywhere from a mat in a hut to exclusive celebrity only properties. For my trip to Williamsburg I decided to see the popularity index on trip advisor and it stated this hotel as the second most popular and that everyone's stay was nearly excellent. Well, I have nothing against this motel ( and I MEAN motel, not hotel!), it was just fine for a budget property. It is by no means a four or five star hotel, it is more a two star motor inn. I would not reccomend this to any corporate clients or someone wanting a really nice hotel, however I would highly reccomend it for a family on a budget or young adults trying to be price concious. The price was good, the service is great and it was clean enough....but overall I wasn't very impressed.
Great atmosphere, nice price.
I did lots of research on accomodations to Williamsburg and we stayed here at Lord Paget. Our room was a bit musty, and you could tell the place has been remodeled over the years since it carries the Quality Inn emblem now. I felt more of an "70's vibe" rather than a "Colonial vibe", but it was still a great place to stay. Tip: Do not reserve a double room. We had some friends stay in one, and it's smaller than my freshman dorm was in college. We stayed in a larger King-size bedroom with shower only and it was adequate. The air conditioner was a bit on the weak side, so we just opened the windows. The continental breakfast was the norm..cereals, muffins, bagels, banana, etc. Great little coffee house setting. Staff was friendly and answered every question.
Will I come back. Most definately.
Just a Great Place to Stay
Absolutely the place to consider for you stay in Williamsburg. Rooms are basic, but very clean and comfortable. The staff goes out of their way to make you feel welcomed. The whole place has the feel and charm of the past "Highway Motels". No big corporate/chain atmosphere here.
The grounds are excellently maintained, with a wooded/garden area that are great to enjoy for a morning coffee, or an evening stroll. Oh, have I mentioned the outstanding continental breakfast offering a variety of pastries, cereals, juices, bagels, fruits all included in the room rate. Easy access to all the sites in the Willamsburg area. The whole experience at the Lord Paget was the best bargin and enjoyable hotel stay we found in our 3 week trip up and down the east coast.
Home away from Home
We have stayed here several times and love this hotel. It is small, beautifully maintained, and the staff is wonderful. The rooms are decorated colonial, which we like, and are very clean. This hotel is our home away from home when we visit Williamsburg!
Lots Of Charm
This motel with it's tall columns as you pullup with large bluming potted trees to greet you. The entrance was beautiful with the chandeler and staircase. The rooms were clean beautiful decor. The continental breakfast was the biggest I'd seen. The office,and housekeeping staff was nice and eager to assist. Phyllis your main housekeeper was excellent she arrived at our room when we checked in to see if our room was to our liking and aked if she could get us anything. She was a delight good at her job. I was very impressed with this motel and will be returning. I loved it.
Lord Paget is a great place with old charm. We enjoyed everything about it and we recommend others to stay there when they are visiting the Williamsburg area. The staff was pleasant and accommodating and the rooms were very clean, and nicely decorated. The free deluxe continental breakfast at the coffee house was nice with staff on duty to serve you. There is a fish pond with fish, geese, ducks, and turtles to watch and enjoy. A real treat for young kids. We will stay there again and we recommend it to anyone visiting the Williamsburg area.
Will Stay Again
The room, the service, the cost, the lake...everything was great. Much better than we expected. We have found a keeoer!
Best kept secret in Williamsburg
The Lord Paget Inn is the best kept secret in Williamsburg. When our son went to the College of William and Mary we stayed there many times. We came upon it by accident, but after our first visit stayed there everytime we came to Wlmsbrg. It is clean, decorated nicely, warm, friendly, and reasonable. We have never been disappointed and will be heading back there shortly.
I loved my stay at this motel,it was grat. My wife was a little afraid to stop,but we are glad we did.We wanted a nice clean room and we got just that.The place had a personality, it wasn't just a room.The breakfast was great, I never saw so much variety at a continental breakfast before.I wasn't wild about the skinny short haired lady that checked us out, she was a cold unlikeablesort of person.I don't know her name she had no name tag on,but Ididn't care for her. But maybe the next time we travel and stop by your motelshe will not be working.Besides that it was great. I'll be back! Thanks
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