It should be made clear in the Expedia website or the Omni website that parking costs extra and that NO WIFI is part of the rate and NO Breakfast included. Which I find outrageous!! $25 for parking and $15 for internet. Thats $40 on top of the rate quoted. To mee this sounds as not transparent on pricing.
Located in the cobblestoned Shockoe Slip district, Omni Richmond Hotel is an 8-minute stroll from Virginia State Capitol and …More
I asked up checkin for a room with a view and I received the pent house with wrap around deck. Beautifully appointed hotel with very accommodating staff. The hotel barista is passionate and knowledgeable about his coffee. Nice friendly bartenders as well!
I will definitely be back!
Traveller from Boston
Located in Broad Street, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Virginia Repertory Theatre and Greater Richmond Convention …More
We were both amazed at how kind the hotel staff was. They shuttled us anywhere we needed to go even after we were checked out. The room was beautiful and I had the best night of sleep in a long time. Thank you very much everyone for a pleasurable experience.
Traveller from Orlando, FL
Located in Broad Street, this hotel is steps from Richmond Coliseum and Greater Richmond Convention Center. Virginia State …More
The Courtyard downtown is a great hotel. The updates to the room were wonderful. The staff was very friendly and helpful, and the hotel was located in the heart of downtown. A great stay I would recommend to anyone and everyone!
Located in Shockoe Slip, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Virginia Governor's Mansion, Edgar Allan Poe Museum, and …More
Our road trip along the southeast coast started here in Richmond. The hotel staff was so friendly and accommodating! The room was clean and very comfortable, seemed brand new. Thanks for the great visit, excellent restaurant recommendations and information on top must see spots in the city. Our visit was short but memorable!
Traveller from New Hope PA
Located in Central Business District, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Richmond CenterStage, Virginia State Capitol …More
Pocket Guide: Broad Street Downtown Richmond Hotels
During the American Civil War, Richmond was the capital of the Confederacy. Today, it is a center for arts, commerce, and state government. The Canal Walk, running 1.25 miles along the James River, is a trendy zone of restaurants, shops, and residential lofts. Other attractions include St. John’s Church (the site of Patrick Henry’s “Give Me Liberty” speech), and the Edgar Allen Poe Museum.