When Queen Elizabeth II visited Colonial Williamsburg, she checked into this grand, Regencystyle property.
A destination in itself, the Williamsburg Inn creates an experience absolutely unlike a hotel: a "home-awayfrom-home" for royalty, heads of state, celebrities, and guests from around the world. Since opening in 1937, the Inn has reflected the vision of benefactor John D. Rockefeller Jr. to provide the experience of staying at a comfortable Virginia estate with the most modern, gracious appointments. A recent meticulous renovation retained the graceful elegance of the Inn's façade, while encompassing every aspect of its interior. Guest rooms average a generous 500-square-feet, with luxuriously appointed marble bathrooms, English Regency-style furnishings, and comfortable seating areas.
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