The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, Curio - A Collection by Hilton
The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, Curio - A Collection by Hilton offers a convenient starting point to enjoy all of the history, culture, shopping, and endless attractions of the Roanoke Valley. With urban delights and activity in bustling downtown Roanoke to classic, charming Virginia towns, there is so much to explore and discover.
Discover Roanoke Food Tours
It's 3 hours of delicious fun! Roanoke is full of colorful history, unique architecture, and one-of-a-kind culinary treats. Discover these extraordinary tastes and Roanoke's history and culture as experienced through the food. Visitors will walk and eat their way through downtown, stopping at iconic eateries along the way. Delicious, fun, and memorable for Roanoke visitors and locals alike. All food and drink tastings, enough for an ample lunch, are included in the ticket price.
The Roanoke Valley Convention and Visitor's Bureau
The Roanoke Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau (RVCVB) is the region's official destination marketing organization providing information on accommodations, attractions, recreation, dining, and more in Virginia's Blue Ridge for convention, meeting, and leisure travelers.
The Arts Council of the Blue Ridge
Since the 1970’s, The Arts Council of the Blue Ridge has been promoting the arts in the Roanoke area and serving local arts and culture groups. The council recognizes the importance of the arts in the community, from its appeal to both residents and tourists, to its benefits in the schools, to its impact on the economy. Arts and culture is a part of Roanoke’s identity, and the council strives to show others how rich Southwest Virginia’s arts and culture scene is.
The Roanoke Region of Virginia
As a place to live or to make a living, the Roanoke, Virginia region is recognized as one of the best. Roanoke’s central East Coast location provides excellent market access for business and a pleasant climate for residents.
The Smart Way Bus
The Smart Way Amtrak Connector Bus provides a daily link to Downtown Roanoke from Lynchburg, DC, NY and the world via Amtrak.
Salem Red Sox Baseball
The Salem Red Sox are a Class "A" Minor League Professional Baseball Team and an affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.
Dixie Caverns was first discovered in 1920. And in 1923, opened to the public. There have been many changes over the years in lighting and passageways, but the beauty of this cavern has entertained thousands from then until now.
Wind your way through Virginia's wine country. Many are located just minutes from The Hotel Roanoke.
Mabry Mill is a watermill located at milepost 176.2 of Blue Ridge Parkway in Floyd County, Virginia. It is a tourist attraction mainly for the picturesque views of the mill itself.
The Crooked Road
Virginia's Heritage Music Trail, winds through the mountains of Southwest Virginia. Here, the Bluegrass, Old Time, and Traditional Country music is as beautiful and rugged as the landscape itself.
Floyd Country Store
The Floyd Country Store is more than a music venue. It has become a traditional gathering place on Friday nights for musicians, dancers, and visitors from all over the world. The Friday Night Jamboree is an outstanding and authentic experience.
Peaks of Otter
The Peaks of Otter are three mountain peaks in the Blue Ridge Mountains, overlooking the town of Bedford, Virginia, nine miles (14 km) to the southeast along State Route 43.
Booker T. Washington National Monument
Visitors are able to explore the small plantation where Washington first longed for an education, pondered what freedom meant and eventually took his "first breath of freedom."
Pete Dye River Course
The Pete Dye River Course of Virginia Tech offers a spectacular riverfront setting in the Blue Ridge Mountains that is fun and challenging for golfers of all skill levels.
Fly fishing excursions available to some of the finest streams in the Eastern United States.
Smith Mountain Lake
Located 20 miles southeast of Roanoke, this lake is 40 miles long and 20,000 acres wide, with 500 miles of shoreline. It offers boating, waterskiing, jet skiing, fishing, parasailing, swimming, horseback riding, golf, and hot air ballooning - plus dinner cruises on the Virginia Dare.
For the outdoor enthusiasts and those who want to take in some of the Valley's most beautiful sites, the concierge or conference consultant would be pleased to arrange an outing.
Hike along 28 miles of Appalachian Trail which cuts through the Roanoke Valley. Suited for all skill levels.
Virginia's Explore Park
Offers more than eight miles of hiking and biking trails.