Hotels in Williamsburg, Virginia
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- Busch Gardens Williamsburg
- Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center
- Williamsburg Premium Outlets
- College of William and Mary
- Jamestown Settlement
- Historic Jamestowne
- Water Country USA
- Williamsburg Winery
- Governor's Palace
- Bruton Parish Church
- Kimball Theater
- Merchants Square
- Williamsburg Botanical Garden
- DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum
- Kingsmill Plantation Golf Course
- Golden Horseshoe Golf Club
- Quarterpath Park
- Greensprings Greenway Interpretative Trail
Best hotels in Williamsburg
Take a step back in time while visiting the amazing historic city of Williamsburg, Virginia! This is sure to be a trip you'll never forget, and there's something to draw just about anybody's interest in this colonial destination. There's no better way to book than with the travel experts at Hotels.com! When you book with us at Hotels.com, you'll be able to browse through over 100 wonderful Williamsburg hotels, filtering by price, location, amenities, and much more. You can even call us to speak with one of our travel assistants who will make sure you find the perfect hotel to suit all your travel needs. Thanks to the thousands of online hotel reviews from real Hotels.com users, you can embark with confidence knowing exactly what to expect long before check-in. So hop online or give us a call today to start planning your unforgettable trip back in time to Williamsburg!
What's Williamsburg like?
Over 300 years old, Williamsburg is a dynamic, historic destination that draws visitors from all over the world. With so much to see and learn from the country's origins, there are countless activities for those looking for a historical getaway. But that's not all the city has to offer! You'll find something for everyone on your trip to this diverse city. Many Williamsburg hotels are in close proximity to the Williamsburg Area Transportation (WATA) Oleta Coach Line bus systems, ideal for getting around the major travel hubs. For a fully immersive step back in time, and a thrill for visitors of all ages, check out accommodations near Colonial Williamsburg, where you can stroll through the streets of an early US colony and discover life in the youngest years of the nation. Looking for even more historic architecture and tours? The James River Plantations are just the activity for history buffs and those looking to explore another fascinating aspect of early American history. But Williamsburg isn't all history tours! Prepare for some fun in the sun, and book hotels by Water Country USA for an unforgettable day at the water park, featuring a 670-foot water slide and much more! Shop for hours at Merchant's Square, or take a leisurely stroll through the Greensprings Interpretive Trail to soak up the natural wildlife of the region.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Williamsburg
When you visit Williamsburg, you can't escape the wonderful sense of history drifting throughout the entire town. And the locals are very proud of their historic city! Generally speaking, locals are friendly and open towards visitors, so you shouldn't have trouble asking for directions or for a good daytrip suggestion. It's not a bad idea to look to the locals for tips on how to dress day-to-day, as the weather can be somewhat unpredictable depending on the season! You'll find Spring and Fall to be great times to visit, however, there are many wonderful attractions all year-round. Since it's such a historic city, you'll always do well with the locals when you’ve done a little bit of homework first and read up on the history of the region before arrival. A little knowledge goes a long way, and even some of the Williamsburg hotels themselves are historic structures. So dive in, ask questions, and most of all, have fun!