Williamsburg Lodge

310 South England Street, PO Box 1776, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23187, United States

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  • Business79
  • Beautiful Rooms

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    We stayed at the williamsburg lodge for seven nights. It's right in the heart of Colonal Williamsburg. At check-in they tryed to double bill us-that was a problem,than at breakfast the waiter was very angry at everyone it was like he just got out of prison and he's on parole, we never went back. We asked for another pack of coffee for our room at the front desk they said we will send it to your room..It got there twenty four hours later. At the shops in Colonal Williamsburg we were told they can send our newly purched items to our hotel just pick it up at the front desk,it was our last day so we had it all sent to the Lodge..We got our purchase's fourteen days later. Our Ten Year old Son was very sad. At the Lodge just dont ask for anything and you will be very happy.....June 19th to the 25th..

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    Colonial Williamsburg's First Hotel

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    The last time my husband and I visited Williamsburg we stayed at the Lodge. It was overdue for a renovation!! Fortunately, that is exactly what happened and the finished product will be available by mid-2006.

    A gracious lobby welcomed us to the lodge, where comfortable couches and chairs by the fireplace soothed our spirits. A gift shop offering colonial ware summoned us to browse its shelves. This was all very nice. But...if you see a long line waiting to enter the lodge's restaurant on your visit, don't go in.

    We were so disappointed in the service and quality of the food that we cannot recommend this to anyone. Friends of ours experienced the same disappointment. Unless something changes, it would be better to dine at the colonial taverns in the historic area.

    The average cost per night at the lodge was $155-$275, but we didn't find a category below with this range, so rated it the best we could.

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    Great choice for a room

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    The lease expensive of the properties owned and run by Coloniel Williamsburg, the hotel has well situated rooms, a good restaurant and is family friendly. Its rooms are comfortable and include all the usual amenities.

    Unique Quality: Its main quality is that it is located just outside the Historic Area.

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    Part of the Colonial Village

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    Christmas was a very special time at this hotel with the tree being decorated on Christmas Eve and carolers providing entertainment and a chance to join in the singing.

    Directions: Colonial Williamsburg

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    Williamsburg Lodge

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    Located in the heart of Colonial Williamsburg, the Williamsburg Lodge is a full service hotel. It is affiliated with the five-star rated Williamsburg Inn. It has 3 pools and has a very nice charm to it.

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    Williamsburg Lodge

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    The lodge is one of the original hotels built by the Rockafellars. While it is currently undergoing some renovation, additional guest quarters have been added that really give the guest a taste of the colonial atmosphere.

    This hotel is great. It's located a stones throw away form Colonial Williamsburg and has great accommadations. You can choose between rooms w/ 1 queen, 2 doubles, 2 queens, 1 king, 2 twins. The staff very nice and knowledgable of the surrounding areas. Also includes a spa and fitness center (pool plays music underwater)!!!!

    Unique Quality: Staying in the Williamsburg Lodge entitles guests to cheaper rates at the Golden Horseshoe, one of the premier gold courses on the Eastern Sea Board.

    Directions: 1-800-HISTORY for reservations
    Located on corner of South England Street and Francis Street.

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Wonderful Stay at the Williamsburg Lodge

by TripAdvisor Member traveldallas,pa

36 years ago, my husband & I stayed at the Williamsburg Lodge for our honeymoon. We fell in love with Williamsburg then & have been coming back every few years since then. When our children were small, we stayed at the Woodlands and a couple of years ago we stayed in one of the Colonial Houses (a very nice experience!). Although we knew that the Williamsburg Lodge was under construction, we decided to stay at the Lodge for our vacation. We stayed in one of the Tazewell Hall rooms (see photos). The room was very clean and comfortable, there was a balcony with a couple of chairs. The facility is also very secure, access to the building and elevator is by room key only. We found the personnel at the Lodge to be extremely accommodating and helpful! We arrived by train and were concerned about arriving late for our dinner reservations. The front desk staff immediately offered to call the restaurant and arranged for transportation to the restaurant. The Lodge is within walking distance to the historic area and could not be more conveniently located. We explored two of the James River plantations, Berkeley and Shirley. Both are worth the trip and very interesting. Colonial Williamsburg has something for everyone, such as, Revolutionary City (interactive re-creations of events that occured around the time of the Revolutionary War), carriage rides, a variety of walking tours, and examples of plays that would have been popular in the 18th century. Conversations with George Washington and Peyton Randolph were fascinating. The actors protrayed their characters with authenticity and had no difficulty in answering questions from the audience. Their wealth of knowledge was very impressive! Evening entertainment is available -- we enjoyed a harpischord concert and a witch trial at the Capitol building.

Dining options are numerous--our favorites include, the Kings Arms Tavern, Williamsburg Inn, Berett's Seafood, Fat Canary, and Christiana Campbells Tavern. Shield's Coffeehouse was perfect for a quick breakfast.

Williamsburg is always improving and we are already talking about coming back next year when all of the construction is completed.

There's so much to see and do...

by steph4867

There's so much to see and do in Colonial Williamsburg, you'll want to spend several days enjoying it all. To make the most of your visit, stay within steps of the Historic Area at one of our five Colonial Williamsburg Hotels that offer a range of distinctive lodging options.

For an elegantly memorable visit, consider the Williamsburg Inn -- a national landmark and one of the country's finest hotels, located directly adjacent to the famous Golden Horseshoe Golf Club.

Or experience history in a whole new way, with a stay at one of the restored Colonial Houses or Taverns. Williamsburg Lodge, Woodlands Hotel and Suites, and Governor's Inn all offer modern convenience and moderate pricing with a warm Southern accent.

Loved the Lodge!

by TripAdvisor Member ac007

I recently stayed for almost a week at the Williamsburg Lodge and I loved it. The lobby of the hotel was elegant, but not stuffy and pretentious. The staff members were very professional and helpful. My room was clean and spacious and the bathroom was also quite large. The cozy feel of the old-fashioned decor made me feel like I was at home. Even though the room was a bit pricey, its convenient location made it worth the price. The Colonial Williamsburg shuttle bus stops right in front of the hotel, which came in handy for me when I was returning from a CW evening performance (I was traveling by myself, so safety was definitely an issue). I didn't get a chance to eat at the hotel restaurant for lunch or dinner, but I did try the breakfast buffet once and it was wonderful. Overall, I enjoyed my stay and I will definitely return.

A relaxing evening swim? Forgetaboutit.

by TripAdvisor Member pokemon77

We recently stayed at the Williamsburg Lodge during one of the hottest spells of the summer. After an interesting but tiring day of sightseeing in the colonial town in 95 degree weather, we were looking forward to an enjoyable evening splash to cool down. About 8:10 pm. we made our way down to the pool area only to be told that the pool had closed already at 8:00 pm. We were quite amazed and annoyed. When we had checked in, we had been told that the pool would be open till 10:00 pm, and now it was all locked up, and we had to trudge back to our rooms hot and uncomfortable. We were angry because it seems like such a blatant disregard for the comfort and enjoyment of the patrons to close down the pool so early, especially in such hot weather. I will not be staying there again.

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Address: 310 South England Street, PO Box 1776, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23187, United States