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  • Abingdon, Virginia
    Originally built in 1832 as a private residence by a Virginia General, The Martha Washington Hotel & Spa has seen many different uses. From a private residence, it evolved into a finishing school for young ladies. When the armies of the Civil War battled in and around Abingdon, the building served as a hospital for wounded soldiers, and romantic stories of nurses and soldiers still endure to this day. After the Civil War, The Martha became a women's college, and today it is an elegant hotel, paying homage to its gracious Southern roots and enduring historic legacy.
    Luxury Level: Gold
    Property Style: Resorts & Retreats
    Architectural Style: Greek Revival
  • Charlottesville, Virginia
    In a city as steeped in history as Charlottesville, Virginia—home to U.S. presidents, witness of the ravages of the Civil War and the burgeoning Virginia wine industry—it’s a significant achievement for an inn to rise in prominence. The Blue Ridge Mountain locale of the Boar’s Head Inn would be enough to qualify such distinction, but this remarkable 573-acre property compliments the fresh mountain air and stunning scenery with gracious hospitality, gourmet cuisine and a sense of the past that doesn’t sacrifice a single modern amenity.
    Luxury Level: Gold
    Property Style: Resorts & Retreats
    Architectural Style: Eclectic
  • Hot Springs, Virginia
    For over two and a half centuries, The Omni Homestead Resort has offered genuine Southern hospitality amid the Allegheny Mountains, boasting beautiful accommodations, championship golf courses, and an expansive conference center. A designated National Historic Landmark, this luxury resort offers modern amenities without compromising its historic charm.
    Luxury Level: Gold
    Property Style: Resort
    Architectural Style: Greek Revival
  • Luray, Virginia
    The classic Georgian Revival architecture of the Mimslyn Inn rises gracefully from the rolling hills of the Shenandoah Valley. The warmth and charm of the Mimslyn have been welcoming guests since 1931. The inn is in close proximity to all of the area’s signature attractions, including the spectacular Luray Caverns. Purchased in 2005 by the Asam family, the Mimslyn has undergone an intensive, year-long renovation.
    Luxury Level: Silver
    Property Style: Historic Inns
    Architectural Style: Colonial Revival
  • Lynchburg, Virginia
    Today a name inextricably connected with the finest in luxury accommodations and hospitality, Craddock Terry was once associated with shoes. The Craddock Terry Shoe Company was, in fact, the first shoe company south of the Mason-Dixon Line and the fifth largest in the world. Built on the edge of the James River in 1901, the factory immediately became the backbone of the city’s commercial success.
    Luxury Level: Silver
    Property Style: Stations, Factories & Firehouses
    Architectural Style: Eclectic
  • Richmond, Virginia
    When Charles Dana Gibson and Irene Langhorne--better known as the Gibson Girl--hosted their engagement party on Halloween 1895, little did they know that their nuptial celebration would be the first in a long legacy of events at Richmond’s most revered hotel, The Jefferson. It opened that All Hollow’s Eve over 100 years ago, and from that moment it was a sight to behold.
    Luxury Level: Platinum
    Property Style: Grand Dames
    Architectural Style: Beaux Arts
  • Staunton, Virginia
    Nestled in Historic Downtown Staunton in the heart of the picturesque Shenandoah Valley, this 124-room hotel captures the spirit, history and charm of the old South. Originally built in 1924, the property underwent a complete top to bottom renovation in 2005 and has was lovingly restored to it's original grandeur.
    Luxury Level: Silver
    Property Style: City Center Icons
    Architectural Style: Colonial Revival
  • Virginia Beach, Virginia
    It takes more than just guest rooms and beachside real estate to be known as the best hotel in the accommodation-dense locale of Virginia Beach—a fact that makes the Cavalier preeminence all the more remarkable. The Cavalier is composed of two buildings: the Colonial-style hilltop Cavalier on the Hill, first built in 1927, and the expansive Cavalier Beachfront, sitting on 18 acres of private beachfront and landscaped gardens.
    Luxury Level: Silver
    Property Style: Resorts & Retreats
    Architectural Style: Colonial Revival
  • Warrenton, Virginia
    A storied oasis of thought, Airlie is a serene getaway from the everyday, the premier destination for conferences, retreats, and scenic getaways in Northern Virginia. Situated on 1,200 well-manicured acres at the foothills of the Shenandoah Mountains, Airlie is a dedicated Warrenton, VA hotel and conference center with expansive meeting space and unmatched conference support.
    Luxury Level: Gold
    Property Style: Resorts & Retreats
    Architectural Style: Georgian Revival
  • Williamsburg, Virginia
    Regarded among the world’s greatest inns, the Williamsburg is the crown jewel of the Colonial Williamsburg hotels, offering luxurious accommodations adjacent to the country’s most celebrated live interactive history museum.
    Luxury Level: Gold
    Property Style: Historic Inns
    Architectural Style: Colonial Revival
  • Williamsburg, Virginia
    Renowned as the largest living history museum in the world, Colonial Williamsburg offers visitors a taste of 18th-century life through its architecture, costumed interpreters and historical reenactments.
    Luxury Level: Silver
    Property Style: City Center Icons
    Architectural Style: Colonial Revival

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