Tuesday, October 10, 2017

The Williamsburg Inn, Pt. 2

Welcome back to the Williamsburg Inn in Colonial Williamsburg! It's just as magical at night when you return from your day of walking through the historic village.

And of course the doorman is on hand to greet you.

The backside of the hotel is just as beautiful at night.

A shot of the back of the hotel during the day. And yes...I did encounter a bit of rain during my stay.

Golf anyone? The course was very well manicured.

There are three pools on property, including two outdoor:

...and one indoor, which was perfect for laps!

I ate breakfast at the hotel in their restaurant, which was beautifully decorated. The service was impeccable.

And of course, fresh flowers. The menu had good variety and it wasn't difficult to find a tasty choice.

Beautiful event space at The Williamsburg Inn:

A lovely lobby area with plenty of couches and nooks for relaxing:

The hotel decor reminds you of the history of the area:

I can't imagine staying anywhere else when visiting this area!

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1 comment:

Chuck said...

Loving these photos of the Williamsburg Inn. My grandparents stayed there on their honeymoon in 1938, and I remember wandering past it on a 1982 visit. I've always wanted to stay on the property. Could you recommend an unobtrusive bush I might shelter under for the night?

That shot of the backside of the hotel also caught the backside of water. No matter how far you travel, you can't escape Disneyland.

The Rockefeller whose room you stayed in was probably David, the youngest son of John, Jr. He passed away this past March at the age of 101, although not at the Willamsburg Inn (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Rockefeller).

Hoping we'll see some of Colonial Williamsburg here in the near future...