The hotel recently underwent a $7.5 million renovation, and will be known as the DoubleTree by Hilton Williamsburg in May
Williamsburg, Virginia: Art and Entertainment in Historic Colonial Town
Part of the Historic Triangle of Virginia, Williamsburg played a central role during the American Revolution—American forces gathered there in 1781 to march to Yorktown for the final British defeat. The city pays homage to this patriotic past in a living museum where fifers march in Revolutionary War regalia and costumed actors portray everyday colonists. Historians have carefully preserved and restored 88 original 18th-century structures within the town; buildings of note include the opulent Governor’s Palace, built in 1722 to house the British governor, and the residential home of George Wythe, the first Virginian patriot to sign the Declaration of Independence. Yorktown Battlefield is only a short drive east; there, a park ranger guides visitors along the British defense and tells the story of the Revolutionary War's final siege.
Back in Williamsburg, the 18th-century-style specialty boutiques along Merchants Square sell everything from whimsical toys to hand-cooked Virginia peanuts. In addition to its historic sites, Williamsburg boasts a thriving artistic community, with original folk art and paint-by-number self-portraits of the Founding Fathers displayed at several galleries and art exhibits throughout the city.
Great amenities for a family and friendly staff. We weren't able to check in before 4pm,, but they held our suitcases and let us enjoy the pool. The kids loved the indoor/outdoor pool and comfy lounges. We will definitely be back and would recommend. It is an older building that could use very minor repairs, but nothing major and we were still pleased with our stay. There is a Starbucks and restaurants on site. When we went to the Starbucks the steamer was broken, but the very friendly staff still managed to make me a delicious drink. Ohh-and of course my whole family loved the delicious cookies we got at check-in.
Erin M. ·
April 16, 2017
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