Charlottesville is located in the eastern foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Central Virginia region. When traveling to this beautiful region of Virginia you have the opportunity to say in a Charlottesville hotel catered to your budget and close to area museums, galleries, wineries, parks and more.
If you prefer staying in a premier hotel in Charlottesville to the many budget options that are also available, try the Omni Charlottesville Hotel located in Historic Downtown Charlottesville. The Omni features 208 guest rooms and suites and lies within walking distance of area shopping venues, museums, entertainment and restaurants. Room rates for a single/double range from $99 - $170 and are based on availability. The Omni Hotel in Charlottesville offers the following amenities:
- Room service
- Indoor/outdoor pools
- Exercise facility
- Complimentary high-speed wireless internet
For a more budget minded option Charlottesville Virginia hotel, try a hotel in Charlottesville called The English Inn of Charlottesville, with a price range of $60 - $100 per night, and children stay free. This quaint establishment greets guests with an old English style facade and features 67 rooms and 21 suites, all newly renovated. Ask about AAA and AARP discounts at this Charlottesville hotel. Guest amenities include:
- Complimentary full hot breakfast buffet
- Heated indoor pool
- Air Conditioning
- Television sets
- Complimentary high speed internet access
- Health club privileges
- Courtesy airport shuttle service
If a Charlottesville Bed and Breakfast fits the bill, Charlottesville offers visitors no less than 13 options to choose from. A Charlottesville Virginia Hotel may seem large and impersonal when compared to the Inn at Monticello. This Charlottesville Bed and Breakfast, circa 1850, is located just two miles from Monticello, Virginia and lies minutes from shops, wineries, restaurants and the University of Virginia. The Inn maintains romantic guestrooms with private baths, and some rooms also feature draped canopy beds or wood burning fireplaces. This Charlottesville Bed and Breakfast is a smoke-free environment. A single room will run you $90 - $150 nightly, and a double $115- - $200.
For another Charlottesville Virginia Hotel option, try the Prospect Hill Plantation, an authentic 1732 plantation located 15 miles East of Charlottesville. This Charlottesville Virginia Hotel offers 13 guestrooms in the manor house and private cottages such as the renovated slave quarters, original 1699 log cabin, Summer Kitchen, and the Carriage House. Guest receive wine and snacks upon arrival to the Plantation as well as a five course candlelight dinner for two daily, breakfast-in-bed, and all gratuities are included when you purchase a hotel package (from $295 to $420). Every plantation room features a working fireplace and private bath (seven come with Jacuzzis). The daily price for a double room is around $125 per night.
No matter which Charlottesville hotel option you choose during your stay, whether it be a hotel in Charlottesville located in historic downtown, or a Charlottesville Bed and Breakfast, you’ll certainly be kept busy visiting all of the wonderful Charlottesville attractions, such as Monticello, The University of Virginia, the many area wineries, and much more. Summer or Winter, Charlottesville, Virginia has something special to offer visitors.