Williamsburg Inn

Address: 136 East Francis Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185, United States | 5 star hotel
 
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located on 136 East Francis Street, Williamsburg, is near Guardhouse, Peyton Randolph House, Shields Tavern, and Wetherburn's Tavern.
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Amenities

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        Amenities

        Activities

        • Tennis Court
        • Spa
        • Indoor pool
        • Heated pool
        • Swimming pool
        • Outdoor pool
        • Restaurant
        • Bar/lounge
        • Fitness/Health center
        • Golf Course

        Features

        • Minbar in room
        • High-speed internet in room
        • Hot tub
        • Breakfast Available
        • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
        • Wireless internet connection in public areas
        • Refrigerator in room
        • Non-smoking rooms
        • Non-smoking hotel
        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Air-Conditioning
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed
        • Family rooms

        General

        • Suites

        Services

        • Shuttle bus service
        • Drycleaning onsite
        • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
        • Multilingual staff
        • Conference facilities
        • Room service
        • Concierge desk
        • Banquet room
        • Babysitting service
        • Business Services
        • Meal plan
        • Kids activities or Babysitting
         

        TripAdvisor Reviews Williamsburg Inn

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
         

        Travel Blogs from Williamsburg

        Our Colonial History

        A travel blog entry by dlpool on Oct 03, 2015

        2 comments, 24 photos

        ... choice and was later selected to be Det Commander, but a snag happened and he was unable to assume the command. He and his wife, being the youngest in our group, were always the “kids”…and they still are! While we had seen Tom at several reunions over the years, Gail was never along for one reason or another, so we had not seen her since 1989. What a hug-fest we had, and an evening of catching up on kids and old friends. They took us ...

        Joaquin in the Rain

        A travel blog entry by dlpool on Oct 01, 2015

        5 comments, 20 photos

        ... of the original building. Thanks to Thomas Jefferson, the restoration was made easier as he had made copperplate engravings of the front and some of the artefacts. There was also a floorplan noted with room sizes and ceiling heights. After we toured the palace, we went outside to the kitchen to watch some of the volunteers preparing meals. One worker was cutting up a Casaba squash that was the biggest squash I’ve ever seen. She told us it has ...

        18th Century Williamsburg

        A travel blog entry by steveguy on Sep 14, 2015

        2 photos

        ... White House and Civil War Museum in Richmond, and you thought the Whitehouse was in DC..... Very interesting exhibit. So after along day of playing tourist we called into and American Indian Restaurant for a Roganjosh and a Vindarloo and Narn bread. Funny how Native American food has swept the world and is the staple food of the Sub Continent. ...

        Off to Williamsburg Virginiia

        A travel blog entry by sfotch on Apr 17, 2015

        26 photos

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        That evening we went to the lounge to have some light tapas and greet other arrivals. The small group grew quite quickly including Phil and Kathy Duncan, Jim Jelinek, Joe and Susan Harte and Andy McCarthy and Samara Kline. Laughter and jesting has been the long standing feature of this group, and our first evening together was a emblematic ...

        Day 26: Happy Independence Day!

        A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Jul 04, 2014

        10 photos

        ... is still very much a part of their daily lives. When we talk to people around here about different battles and wars fought in the area it quickly becomes apparent that we know very little. Of course we’ve learned U.S. History throughout our elementary years but unfortunately they get forgotten. People who live around this history experience it every day and it is fascinating to hear them talk about it. We are learning so much but are eager to learn ...