Virginia Hotels, Restaurants, Spas and More
Jamestown through the Revolutionary and Civil Wars,
Virginia was the site of much of early American history.
Discover Lewis and Clark's home state by exploring
the vast system of rivers, bays and streams, or hike
part of the 544-mile stretch of the Appalachian trail.
They say, "Virginia is for Lovers," and
rightfully so! Visitors are likely to fall in love with
the state's mountains, beaches, cities, outdoor
activities and history.
The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner
Offering celebrated services and amenities, The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner is located in the busy shopping and business district of Northern Virginia known as Tysons Corner. It is within walking distance to upscale stores such as Tiffany, Saks Fifth Avenue and Hermes.
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Nestled amidst the city streets of Arlington in the Washington, D.C. area, this contemporary hotel suits the needs of both business and leisure travelers with 24-hour business and fitness centers, on-site dining, and a sleek yet welcoming design.
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There is more than one reason to stay at Morrison House on your next visit to the capital: location, genteel hospitality and cuisine being just a few. Built like an eighteenth-century Federal residence, it is situated in historic Old Town Alexandria, VA, just minutes away from national landmarks and only ten minutes from Downtown D.C.
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Seasonally-inspired dishes are the basis for the Sunday Champagne Brunch at the Jefferson in Richmond. Choose from a variety of egg dishes as well as waffles with fruit topping, seasonal fruits, seafood and roasted meats, while musicians play around the Rotunda lobby dressed with marble columns and ice carvings.
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Hotels in Virginia
Planning a trip to the "Mother of States?" Whatever draws you to Virginia, make sure you find accommodations that meet all of your needs. These hotel reviews, ratings and room photos should help you find the perfect lodgings.
Visit the Official Virginia Tourism website: www.virginia.org
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(Updated: 10/16/13 CT)