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So different than any 'chain' lodging facilities, Col Alto has a rich history dating back to 1827 when the mansion was built on 328 acres. Today it houses the registration offices, parlors and 10 'manor rooms', faithful to the period, but with modern updates ....More
This building was an actual plantation house during the 19th century. Original woodwork, period furnishings, and wonderful architectural features greet you on your entry. The house is surrounded on two sides by a brick L that has a couple levels of rooms. On the other...More
I stayed here while picking my son up at VMI. It is more than the surrounding hotels but not real expensive. I paid $160 for one night but that included a quality buffet in the morning. They had eggs, sausage, bacon, fruit, oatmeal. It was...More
We stayed at the Hampton Inn for a cycling event. The hotel is walking distance from the downtown which makes it a convenient location.
Our first night was a bit noisy due to a screaming baby and a kid having nightmares at night. So rooms...More
This a great place to stay. The staff is very friendly and helpful. It's a great location and is in great shape. I prefer the modern hotel rooms to the historic rooms. The digital key works great here.
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I agree, start at the Center. They are extremely knowledgeable and helpful. I think they would enjoy the Jackson house which is quite close to the VC. If they are boys, they would likely enjoy the museum at VIM as it has... More
I agree, start at the Center. They are extremely knowledgeable and helpful. I think they would enjoy the Jackson house which is quite close to the VC. If they are boys, they would likely enjoy the museum at VIM as it has weapons. Don't forget the local chocolate shoppe!