Williamsburg Hospitality House

★★★★☆
  • 415 Richmond Rd

    Williamsburg, VA 23185

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  • 757-229-4020

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Nicknamed the 'Ho House' by William and Mary students, the Hospitality House isn't just for traveling tourists. The bottom floor is a bar open to anyone 21 and up. Drinks aren't bad, the dance floor is crowded and if you show up on the right night, you're treated to some pleasantly awful karaoke. Dust off your dancing shoes and go for a night on the town!

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Nicknamed the 'Ho House' by William and Mary students, the Hospitality House isn't just for traveling tourists. The bottom floor is a bar open to anyone 21 and up. Drinks aren't bad, the dance floor is crowded and if you show up on the right night, you're treated to some pleasantly awful karaoke. Dust off your dancing shoes and go for a night on the town!

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My husband and I had our wedding reception at the Williamsburg Hospitality House. The wedding coordinator there, Regina Wade, was very helpful to us. The food is amazing! We had so many people tell us how much they enjoyed their dinner. The location is great as well. However, depending on food choice and room rental, it can definitely get expensive.

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★★★★☆

My husband and I had our wedding reception at the Williamsburg Hospitality House. The wedding coordinator there, Regina Wade, was very helpful to us. The food is amazing! We had so many people tell us how much they enjoyed their dinner. The location is great as well. However, depending on food choice and room rental, it can definitely get expensive.

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I stayed at the Hospitality House from May 14-19, 2008. I went on a vacation to Colonial Williamsburg and stayed by myself in the hotel. I had a lovely time. The staff was very accommodating when I asked to switch my room to a non-smoking room. My second room smelled fresh and clean. It was quiet and comfortable. In the mornings I could hear doors slamming and the cleaning ladies cleaning a little bit. The bed linens and clean and crisp and fit the bed perfectly. The decor was reminiscent of colonial decorating. The king sized bed was large and comfortable. The air conditioner is central air and you can control to turn it off, low, medium and high. It got a little warm at night but not uncomfortable. The bathroom was adequate, nothing special but clean and with plenty of towels.

The hotel lobby is a comfortable place to sit and hang out.

Across the street are a few restaurants including two college hangouts Paul's Delly and College Delly.

The hotel is a 15-20 minute walk to Merchant's Square, where you can catch a shuttle that takes you around the historical area, change shuttles to the Visitor's center where you can catch a shuttle to Jamestown and Yorktown.

The neighborhood is quiet and residential and the Hospitality House is across from William and Mary. The bus stops across the street but doesn't run frequently.

I only ate at the breakfast restaurant, Papillon, once and my server was friendly and attentive. My French Toast was light and fluffy and delicious.

My only complaints about this hotel is that there is no cell phone reception inside the hotel or just outside the front. Also, there are only two computer stations in the second floor lobby.

I recommend this hotel to tourists who want to kick back, relax and enjoy a leisurely stay.

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★★★★★

I stayed at the Hospitality House from May 14-19, 2008. I went on a vacation to Colonial Williamsburg and stayed by myself in the hotel. I had a lovely time. The staff was very accommodating when I asked to switch my room to a non-smoking room. My second room smelled fresh and clean. It was quiet and comfortable. In the mornings I could hear doors slamming and the cleaning ladies cleaning a little bit. The bed linens and clean and crisp and fit the bed perfectly. The decor was reminiscent of colonial decorating. The king sized bed was large and comfortable. The air conditioner is central air and you can control to turn it off, low, medium and high. It got a little warm at night but not uncomfortable. The bathroom was adequate, nothing special but clean and with plenty of towels.

The hotel lobby is a comfortable place to sit and hang out.

Across the street are a few restaurants including two college hangouts Paul's Delly and College Delly.

The hotel is a 15-20 minute walk to Merchant's Square, where you can catch a shuttle that takes you around the historical area, change shuttles to the Visitor's center where you can catch a shuttle to Jamestown and Yorktown.

The neighborhood is quiet and residential and the Hospitality House is across from William and Mary. The bus stops across the street but doesn't run frequently.

I only ate at the breakfast restaurant, Papillon, once and my server was friendly and attentive. My French Toast was light and fluffy and delicious.

My only complaints about this hotel is that there is no cell phone reception inside the hotel or just outside the front. Also, there are only two computer stations in the second floor lobby.

I recommend this hotel to tourists who want to kick back, relax and enjoy a leisurely stay.

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