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4 of the Best Hotels in Richmond


Traveling is always an adventure—a way for you to try new things, make memories, and just have a great experience with your traveling companions. Visiting Richmond is no exception. Before you go, take a look at the beautiful hotels this area has to offer, and know what's near each. With a variety of hotel styles and proximity to entertainment and dining, you can find the hotel that's right for your adventure—and your budget.

The Jefferson Hotel 

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This historic gem, opened in 1895, is an important part of Richmond culture. At around $275 per night, this hotel is more for the experience, rather than a last-minute place to stay. But when you do book a stay here, know that it's minutes away from various fine dining restaurants, including Lemaire Restaurant and Tarrant's Café. The Jefferson is a beautiful place to see Richmond. And even though this hotel features beautiful historic details and materials like stained glass and marble, its pet friendly, so your furry friends can join in on the travel experience too. The Jefferson Hotel is located on the other side of the river from the beautiful Swansboro neighborhood. Check out this list of things to do to while you’re there from Hipmunk.com.

The Westin Richmond

This four-star beauty, with its sleek modern design and breathtaking views from the suites, is sure to inspire a dramatic flair in its guests. At around $145 per night, this hotel experience is a great value for the price. With close proximity to the historical Broad Street and the Mystery Dinner Playhouse, you and your traveling companions will never be bored when staying at the Westin!

Omni Richmond

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 Famous for its southern hospitality, this four-star hotel in historic Richmond features everything that makes you feel at home. An indoor pool, gift shops, and complimentary breakfasts, hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, and Wi-Fi will keep you comfortable as you venture out into the city and see what it has to offer. The rooms and suites at the Omni also feature beautiful views of the city, and the hotel also serves as a wedding venue. At around $175 per night, take in the experience for a reasonable rate and be sure to visit the Museum of the Confederacy and the Virginia Capitol Building, both conveniently located nearby.

 

 

Linden Row Inn

This quirky, historic inn is in downtown Richmond, walking distance from many of Richmond's historic sites. This inn offers its guests a daily continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and 24-hour front desk service. Many of the rooms at the Linden feature historical 19th-century furnishings and baths. The hotel is a short distance from Capitol Square, but for those daring guests, Godfrey's brunch is a must-do. With great food, mimosas, Bloody Marys, and unique entertainment, Godfrey's is a bucket-list item for a visit to Richmond. And at around $160 per night, you can't go wrong with staying close by at the Linden Row Inn.
Traveling should be about more than the destination; it should be about the experience. With a great hotel near historic Richmond locations, you'll be sure to see the sights you want while staying in comfort and style—without breaking the bank.


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