Hotel at a Glance: Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel & Suites
As one of six official hotels of Colonial Williamsburg, the Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel & Suites provides a comfortable place to rest your head within the Revolutionary City. Although they’re near plenty of 18th-century charms, guest rooms and suites here boast modern amenities, from free WiFi to spa-style toiletries.
- Start the morning right with complimentary daily breakfast.
- Eat well: The hotel is adjoined to Huzzah’s Eatery, which is open daily from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and serves beer, wine, cocktails, burgers, pizza, and more. Located less than two miles away in the historic district lies the 18th-century ale house Chowning’s Tavern which offers fare all day.
- Get around with daily free shuttle service around Colonial Williamsburg from the Colonial Williamsburg Regional Visitor Center.
- Stay active: The hotel houses a complimentary mini-golf course and sits near the Williamsburg Inn Tennis Club and the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club.
- Unwind at The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg which offers a variety of pampering services within a calm sanctuary.
Williamsburg, Virginia: Historic Colonial Town
Part of the Historic Triangle of Virginia (along with Jamestown and Yorktown), Williamsburg was the capital of the colony. It played a central role during the American Revolution—American forces gathered here in 1781 to march to Yorktown for the war’s final battle. The city pays homage to this patriotic past with a living museum where fifers march in Revolutionary War regalia and costumed actors portray everyday colonists. Historians have carefully preserved and restored dozens of 18th-century structures within the town; buildings of note include the home of George Wythe, the first Virginian to sign the Declaration of Independence. Yorktown Battlefield is to the east; here, park rangers tell the story of the Revolutionary War’s final siege.