STAUNTON, VIRGINIA PROPERTY EST. 1924 Adjacent to Staunton’s revitalized Main Street district sits the Stonewall Jackson Hotel & Conference Center, which was named for Confederate general and Virginia native Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson. The impressive brick structure, designed by H. L. Stevens, opened in 1924 and boasted a one-of-a-kind Wurlitzer organ. The hotel quickly became the premier gathering spot for Shenandoah Valley society. Staunton boasts a fine collection of antique homes and buildings, reflecting every style from Queen Anne to Colonial Revival, many of which have been painstakingly preserved. The city of Staunton was the first Virginia community to receive the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Great American Main Street Award. ORIGINAL HOTEL CHARMING SERVICE BLENDED DÉCOR COLONIAL REVIVAL AMENITIES 124 guestrooms and suites. Each with cable TV, coffee maker, data port, voicemail, and complimentary wireless Internet access. Business center, fitness room, guest laundry, and indoor pool with whirlpool. DINING 24 Market Restaurant is open daily; Sorrels Lounge offers cocktails and dinner. Room service is available. LOCATION On South Market Street, adjacent to the historic Main Street district; in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, approximately 2 hours southwest of Washington, DC. Shenandoah Regional Airport: 15 miles, 20 minutes. 24 South Market Street Staunton, VA 24401 T 540.885.4848
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