Discover the best hotels in Shenandoah Valley, Virginia including The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, Curio Collection by Hilton, Hotel Madison & Shenandoah Conference Center, Comfort Inn Roanoke Civic Center, Hotel 24 South, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Winchester, VA, Best Western Staunton Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites Roanoke - Downtown, The Blackburn Inn, Hampton Inn Salem, Hyatt Place Harrisonburg.
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4.5 based on 3299 reviews
Nestled in the heart of downtown Roanoke, our historic hotel welcomes guests with modern luxury and the warmest traditions of southern hospitality. In the gateway to Virginia's Blue Ridge, our hotel places you steps away from downtown's burgeoning culinary scene and arts districts. You'll be just minutes from endless mountain adventures. After exploring, the hotel's AAA Four-Diamond food and beverage options await, including the newly renovated Pine Room & 1882 Lobby Bar.
Location was perfect. Hotel is connected to downtown Roanoke by an enclosed aerial walkway. However, it sits on its own plot of beautifully landscaped land which makes it much quieter than downtown and we were glad we choose to stay here instead of in the middle of downtown. Self-parking isn't free, but it is plentiful and gated (there were four reserved spots for Hilton Diamond members close to the entrance). The hospitality started in the parking lot; a little electric golf cart followed us in to the lot and offered to drive us with our luggage up to the front entrance which would otherwise have been a bit of a trek to walk uphill with luggage. The lobby is grand and has two restaurants and a bar attached to it. At check-in, as a Hilton Gold I was upgraded from a 2 queen standard to an executive level 2 queen room which ended up being a spacious corner room. As others have mentioned, it is a bit odd that the executive level rooms are on the first floor. (The pool was right outside our windows on one side.) The room was beautifully appointed and even had a small table with two chairs in addition to a chair for the desk. The shower / tub temperature and pressure were good, although the tub was a bit slow to drain (it could keep up with the shower but only if the tub hadn't accumulated any water from the tub faucet yet). The TV had a hotel channel playing a documentary on the history of the hotel which I enjoyed watching, too. The executive room came with a $10pp F&B voucher in addition to the $15pp credit for being a Gold member, which I think was because the executive lounge no longer offers food at least in the evening, although sodas and supposedly coffee were still available. (I saw a bunch of people go in the lounge in the morning but I don't think breakfast is available anymore either.) The service in the Regency Room was top notch and five star for dinner. It was appropriately more laidback for breakfast but still excellent. We ordered off the menu for breakfast; most items are priced around $15 (basic drinks included in the price). Portions were generously sized, and while some items overlapped with the buffet, others (mains or sides) were only available from the menu. The buffet appeared to offer a dangerously large selection of excellent hot and cold choices for those who prefer it.
4.5 based on 1098 reviews
Hotel Madison is an independently owned and operated 230-room hotel located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. Convenient to downtown Harrisonburg, James Madison University, and the Blue Ridge Mountains. The on-site restaurant, Montpelier Restaurant and Bar, offers all the signature styles of Southern-inspired cuisine in a rustically elegant atmosphere. Additional amenities include an indoor pool, 24-hour fitness center, grace+main coffee shop, Quills lobby lounge, and business center. The hotel connects to the Shenandoah Valley Conference Center, a 21,000 square foot meeting and event space.
Coming into town for my special needs grandson and required specific room accommodations. After several calls to local hotels, was advised they could accommodate me. Tyen they changed my ADA room at time of check-in. Room had no toilet paper and several long hairs in the tub. Will not stay again.
4.5 based on 754 reviews
Welcome to the Comfort Inn- Roanoke Civic Center. We are conveniently located on the edge of Historic Downtown Roanoke, within two miles of the Center in the Square and the Farmer's Market. Located only 1 block from the Roanoke Civic Center, five minutes from the airport, and five minutes from Roanoke train station. Several restaurants within close driving distance. 13.3% Tax rate.
The Comfort Inn Civic Center is a good option for a stay in Roanoke. The room featured a fridge, microwave, HD TV with plenty of channels and free Wi-Fi. The complimentary breakfast was nice and included eggs, sausage, cereals, oatmeal, waffles, bread, yoghurt and apples.
4.5 based on 1628 reviews
Originally opened in 1924 as the Stonewall Jackson Hotel, restored in 2005 and now reintroduced with a stylish renovation in 2018 we are nestled in Historic Downtown Staunton, Virginia in the heart of the picturesque Shenandoah Valley, our 124-room hotel captures the spirit, history and charm of the old South. Our modern amenities now include over 8,500 square feet of conference center space, a fully equipped fitness center along with an indoor heated pool. Get ready to make your own history at our unique Virginia gem and join us at Hotel 24 South.
We love staying at Hotel 24 South - it's often our go-to hotel as we travel frequently north and south along Rt. 81. Convenient to the restaurants in town. Very comfortable hotel and rooms - and very quiet. Great bargain for your money.
4.5 based on 1421 reviews
For a quiet stay near I-81 and Shenandoah University, book the Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Winchester, VA. Our hotel is a short walk from the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, where you can enjoy pizza, beer and a movie before coming back to our heated indoor pool and hot tub. Tour the many wineries in the area or the fascinating Civil War history all around us, including Kernstown Battlefield and Belle Grove Plantation. Take a daytime tour of the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley and unwind at the end of the day in the charming village of Old Town Winchester.
My room was located on the first floor directly by the office. I found it very convenient to access every amenity the hotel offered. I must brag on the breakfast prepared by the cook. It was real eggs, crispy bacon, rosemary potatoes. On another occasion, she made homemade biscuits and sausage gravy. It was probably one of the best hotel breakfasts I have had and she paid attention to presentation and cleanliness. I was very impressed.
4.5 based on 1176 reviews
Located in Staunton,VA, the Best Western Staunton Inn is sure to provide a peaceful and comforting home away from home for any traveler. Each Best Western hotel provides free internet access, giving guests the opportunity to check emails and surf the web, all from the comforts of their room or the business center. With cleanliness and value being our top priority, we ensure a restful and productive stay. On top of that, our superior customer service will ensure that we meet all your needs and go beyond your expectations.
This hotel was comfortable and a good value for the price. The room was clean, the bed was comfortable, and the breakfast offered was decent. All of the staff members were friendly and I experienced no problems.
4.5 based on 717 reviews
This upscale, Pet-Friendly Hampton Inn & Suites in the heart of downtown Roanoke has everything for the business traveler and vacationer alike. Located just ten minutes from the airport in the beautiful Roanoke Valley, the hotel is situated atop a six story parking structure with sweeping views of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains. Guest rooms and suites are beautifully decorated and equipped with a generous list of amenities including complimentary wireless access, the Hampton Hot Breakfast, along with the 24-hour coffee service, fitness room and business center. The hotel has over 1200 square feet of conference space to accommodate small to mid-sized meetings and events. Downtown Roanoke offers more than 60 restaurants with something to please every palate. Enjoy outdoor dining in the warmer months and Elmwood Park is right outside the hotel doors and host to the cities best festivals, concerts, and special events.
The good: The staff was welcoming and friendly. We chose this hotel for its location and walkability to downtown restaurants, etc. Parking was convenient, although confusing. We validated daily at front desk but were still charged $8 per day. The not so good: The expensive rate: ($300 per night) and we are Honors member and AAA for a regular King room with no views was not equivalent to the value received. We found out this rate was due due to two local college graduations and Mother's Day. For that rate we didn't expect unclean bathrooms, especially floors and discolored grout, elevator issues that left guests who got off the floor after us stuck inside for several minutes. The parking lot view and stained furniture was also a negative. Room 748 had a loud swarming noise that would only stop if door was opened or if you stuffed a towel along bottom of door. Sadly the hotel is aware of this yet put us in this room anyway without mention, so our first night was sleepless. The second night starting around 11:30 PM, there were very loud banging and scraping noises that woke us. Our son in room 744 could hear this loud banging too. Maybe they were working on the broken elevator? Not planning to stay here on future visits to Roanoke.
4.5 based on 382 reviews
The Blackburn Inn & Conference Center is a tranquil historic hotel in Virginia less than a 5-minute walk from the excitement of downtown Staunton and the Shenandoah Valley. Savor relaxation and rejuvenation while easily exploring the local area, accessing nearby event hubs, shopping, dining, and more. You won't find a better B&B in Staunton, VA!
My wife & I spent a few days at the Blackburn Inn so we could take in the sights in Staunton. The building has been restored in a sort of resto-mod fashion in order to make it appealing to the modern travelers. Our room was at the end of the 3rd floor, very quiet and relatively comfortable considering the age of the building Oddly enough, our suite had two rooms but no closet or wardrobe. We missed the breakfast but had an early lunch in town. If you love old historic properties, this is for you.
4.5 based on 777 reviews
After a busy day, retire to a spacious and modern guest room at this Salem hotel near Roanoke. Browse channels on the HDTV, and stay connected with free WiFi at the spacious desk. Start each day right with Hampton's free hot breakfast buffet, featuring fresh waffles and hearty oatmeal with toppings. If you're heading out early, grab a free Hampton's On the Run™ Breakfast Bag (Monday - Friday) for a quick, healthy meal to go. Stock up on snacks, drinks and sundries in the 24-hour Suite Shop, and take advantage of free tea and coffee in the welcoming lobby 24-hours a day. Meet friends and colleagues to relax on the sunny outdoor patio complete with gas grills, fire pit and HDTV for your enjoyment. Exercise using state-of-the-art equipment in the free fitness center, or plunge into the heated indoor swimming pool. Our friendly staff will be more than happy to offer suggestions for things to do in Salem, VA.
This hotel was the CLEANEST hotel I have ever been at .. I’m giving it five stars ..I stayed here for 4 days .. and you can smell the freshness of the Lemon.. I saw the guy cleaning the elevator with soapy water on his hand and knees .. NO MOP..The breakfast is good not spectacular. But you can get eggs sausage some cereal and make a waffle .. hot coffee and tea .. I would stay here again .. I’m all about cleanliness .. I worked in Roanoke but saw so many bad reviews I decided to stay 15 minutes out in Salem …The cleaning staff is amazing and everyone was friendly and that exactly what you need .. while here visit awful Arthur’s restaurant steak and seafood pretty good and definitely the museums and the roanoke star was cool !
4.5 based on 77 reviews
Surround yourself with natural beauty when you stay in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. From Hyatt Place Harrisonburg, take in panoramic views of the Blue Ridge mountains from our rooftop lounge, or plan a trip down Shenandoah National Park's scenic Skyline Drive. At our hotel, you are less than a mile from the James Madison University campus and steps from local restaurants, entertainment, spectacular hikes, historic battlefields and so much more.
Excellent hotel, Very close to the historic district and shopping. Great location. The staff is very professional and friendly. Great breakfast. The hotel is spotless . Very close to several restaurants. They even have their own bar
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