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Intro to West Virginia hotels and accommodations

Although the majestic peaks of the Appalachian Mountains may dominate much of the skyline, there’s an incredibly diverse landscape waiting to be explored in West Virginia. Whether you end up gazing across the spectacular fall foliage in one of the 48 state parks and forests, or exploring the depths of the earth in the Lost World Caverns, one thing is for certain—you’re sure to be amazed when you take a trip to the spellbinding state of West Virginia.

Hotels in West Virginia

The hotels in West Virginia are mainly 1- to 3-star. A free breakfast to kick-start the day is common, and many hotels provide amenities above what you’d expect for the price, such as swimming pools and fitness centers. In the cities you can find stylish boutique hotels, such as The Chestnut Boutique Hotel in Morgantown, one of the top-rated 3-star hotels in West Virginia. The mountain resorts provide a broad range of accommodation, from chic hotels to cozy lodges. Mardi Gras Resort, for example, is a 4-star West Virginia hotel with tons of amenities, including a casino, indoor pool, and choice of 5 restaurants.

Things to see in West Virginia

One of the best areas to experience the idyllic beauty of West Virginia is Blackwater Falls State Park. The namesake falls that cascade 62 feet into Blackwater Canyon are the star attraction, and one of the most iconic landmarks of West Virginia. Another must-see place is Harpers Ferry National Historic Park, which includes the charming historic town of Harpers Ferry. Walking around the beautifully restored 19th-century buildings is like stepping back in time to the Civil War era, and there are several museums and informative tours where you can learn about the town’s fascinating past. In the city of Weston lies an attraction that’s not for the faint-hearted. The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum cared for the mentally ill in the 19th century, and these days offers chilling ghost tours (in the dead of night, no less) so you can decide for yourself if the many claims of paranormal activity are true or not.

Where to stay in West Virginia

Snowshoe Mountain is one of the most popular resorts in West Virginia. As well as being the perfect place to go skiing in the winter, during the summer you’ll find plenty of things to do, such as hiking or horseback riding. Charleston has the most hotels to choose from, making it a great place to find the best hotel deals in West Virginia. It’s a cultural hotspot too, with dozens of excellent museums and attractions. The large student population of Morgantown has helped to foster some great bars and clubs, so if it’s a thriving nightlife you’re after, look no further than this exciting mountain city.

How to get to West Virginia

The main airport, Yeager Airport, is located close to Charleston. It connects West Virginia to several major cities across the U.S., including Chicago and Detroit. Alternatively, there are some smaller airports that receive daily flights from Washington D.C. As West Virginia is bordered by 5 states, there are plenty of routes to choose from if you’re traveling by car. The main interstates are I-64 which you can take from Kentucky and Virginia, I-77 from Ohio, and I-79 from Pennsylvania. Two Amtrak services are available: The Cardinal that runs between New York and Chicago, and the Capitol Limited that runs between Washington D.C. and Chicago.

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