WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA PROPERTY EST. 1750 The Williamsburg Lodge opened in 1939, one of two hotels envisioned by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. To help fulfill his dream, Rockefeller enlisted the talents of Gilbert Stanley Underwood, a prominent architect best known for his national park hotels. Joining Marriott’s Autograph Collection in 2017, the 323-room Williamsburg Lodge welcomes guests with Southern hospitality and a historic ambiance, both which are felt in the furnishings that are inspired from the art of the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum. The nearby Colonial Houses are located in the Revolutionary City, Colonial Williamsburg’s renowned historic area, and furnished with period reproductions to give guests an authentic taste of 18th-century life. Colonial Williamsburg’s Revolutionary City is the largest living history museum in the world. ORIGINAL RESORT CHARMING SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR COLONIAL REVIVAL AMENITIES The Williamsburg Lodge offers 323 attractively appointed guestrooms. The Colonial Houses include 75 rooms in 26 different properties scattered among the exhibition buildings of Colonial Williamsburg’s historic area, some with canopy beds and wood-burning fireplaces, and furnished to reflect the original use of the building. Spa, indoor and outdoor pools, salon, and fitness. Golf, bicycle, tennis, bowling, walking trails, and shopping. DINING The Lodge offers two on-site restaurants. Sweet Tea & Barley offers a dinner menu of refined southern cuisine, Virginia craft brews, innovative cocktails, an extensive wine list, plus an outdoor courtyard with fire pits. Traditions restaurant offers a comfortable, casual setting for breakfast and lunch. Four historic dining taverns and over a dozen additional restaurants are within walking distance of the Lodge and Colonial Houses. LOCATION Adjacent to Colonial Williamsburg’s Revolutionary City and near shopping, art museums, and sightseeing. Colonial Houses check-in located at Williamsburg Inn: 136 East Francis Street. Convenient to Interstate 64; approximately 150 miles to Washington, DC. Newport News-Williamsburg Int’l Airport: 17 miles, 20 minutes. Richmond Int’l Airport: 45 miles, 45 minutes. Norfolk Int’l Airport: 45 miles, 60 minutes. 310 South England Street Williamsburg, VA 23185 T 855.296.6627
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