Top Boutique Hotels in the US Richmond

Richmond has been named the 3rd Best Place to Travel in 2016 by Travel + Leisure Magazine. There’s no surprise there, really. The city’s vibrant art scene, its emerging craft beer culture, history, architecture, entertainment, and love for anything outdoor are reasons why this eastern city beats others. Visiting Virginia’s capital city is like seeing American history in motion as you stroll around the town. If every corner and building could talk, they’d be proud to tell you how America was made to greatness.

Top Boutique Hotels in the US Richmond
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Explore Richmond on July 4th and other long weekend holidays and the city will never fail to surprise you for its grand celebration. But, before you pack your bag, book your stay in one of these top boutique hotels that will gladly welcome you to the River City.

Richmond Marriott

Business travelers can never be wrong staying at this newly renovated downtown hotel. Richmond Marriott has a skywalk that connects to the Convention Center, an exciting sports bar, a nice restaurant, fully equipped fitness center, and an inviting indoor pool. The hotel has a smoke-free policy and their suite rooms have spectacular views of the city’s skyline. Former guests agree and love how helpful and accommodating their staff is.

The Jefferson Hotel

If you have a flair to travel grand and in style, you’ll love the 5-star treatment at The Jefferson Hotel for many reasons. From its façade to its interior, the hotel’s historical ties will charm you – and for a moment, you’ll be awed at the grandeur of its past. The rooms are spacious and offer luxury bed linens with plenty of pillows. Its HD large screen TV comes with premium cable and its wireless high-speed internet connection saves you time. If you want to explore the city on wheels, ask the reception for its complimentary Dutch-style bicycles. Don’t miss their Sunday Champagne Brunch which is highly recommended by previous guests.

Linden Row Inn

This hotel gives you the convenience to visit local museums, historical buildings, state and federal agencies, bank institutions, universities, and arts districts – all can be reached on foot. But if strolling isn’t your thing, the hotel’s shuttle bus will take you to places within 2 miles for free. This is a 100 percent non-smoking hotel where some of the rooms still have 19th-century furnishings. Linden Row Inn‘s courtyards put its guests at ease once they walk through them.

Commonwealth Park Suites Hotel – Richmond

Located right across the Virginia State Capitol and Governor’s Mansion, this hotel is the best place to stay if you have government affairs in the city’s federal buildings. Commonwealth Park Suites Hotel – Richmond‘s rooms are spacious and furnished with a microwave oven, refrigerator, wireless internet, executive desks, and coffee maker. Their suite rooms offer a view of the State Capitol Park filled with beautiful gardens. The hotel also has a small fitness center and a dry sauna. Pets are welcome on the first floor only and there’s a $50 fee.

Omni Richmond Hotel

Luxurious and elegant, Omni Richmond Hotel is within walking distance to the city’s historic district. Enduring architecture and brick-lined streets nearby are reminiscent of a bygone era. The rooms have impeccable interior designs and the guests here are treated like royalty with their excellent service. The hotel’s shuttle bus will take you to places you want to visit within a five-mile radius.


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