Colonial Williamsburg is a longtime American attraction, welcoming thousands of visitors around the world. The living history village is known for its colonial-era interpreters but also contains multiple restaurants and hotels. Williamsburg Lodge is one of them, set in red brick buildings a few blocks away from the park and downtown Williamsburg.
Rooms at Williamsburg Lodge
The rooms and suites are stylishly designed and without kitsch, featuring artisan furniture and folk art. All come with free WiFi, coffee makers, and designer toiletries. Some also have mini fridges and pull out sofas. Some are located in the main building while others are across the driveway in the neighboring building and all are appropriate for families and pets.
Amenities at Williamsburg Lodge
Guests have access to on-site parking, a local shuttle, a fitness center, and two pools, one of which is heated. The lodge has two restaurants and a cafe as well as a lobby bar that hosts live music acts.
Traditions is their buffet while Sweet Tea & Barley serves casual Southern fare. Rental bikes are available to get around, but it’s also close to everything including the Golden Horseshoe golf courses and spa across the street.
The property is also a member of the Autograph Collection, meaning you can earn Marriott points for your stay.
Tips for Staying at Williamsburg Lodge
My stay was hosted by Visit Williamsburg and Percepture.