"Unusual but attractive architecture this hotel was"
Room was clean and comfortable. Breakfast items were the usual buffet breakfast foods. We were traveling back from Florida with another couple. We usually play cards in the evening after dinner. When we asked the Lobby Attendant, for a place to play, she advised us she couldn't open up the locked breakfast room or let us use an empty meeting room without the Manager's approval. Since we were going to be there a second night we requested she speak to her manager. The next evening the gentleman on desk duty opened up the meeting room and was most accommodating. We all felt that the staff responded to our request in a pleasant manner.
Situated in the business district, this hotel is 1.8 mi (3 km) from Chesterfield Towne Center and 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from …More
Took a while to get checked in. There was very little water pressure in the shower. But the building/ rooms are cool and the vibe in the lounge and restaurant are fun. We will try again when visiting Richmond.
Traveller from Chicago
Located in Downtown Richmond, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Virginia Repertory Theatre and Richmond Coliseum …More
Not one negative thing I could say about my stay at the Jefferson. Stayed here for two nights while on a work trip and was totally spoiled. I've been pretty fortunate with my job to be able to stay at some amazing hotels in Bora Bora, Aspen, St.Barths etc. and Hotel Jefferson blew these places out of the water. The service was impeccable, the room was flawless, and the restaurant food and drinks were perfect. Hotel was just so beautiful. Cannot wait to be back in Richmond so I can stay here again!!!
Traveller from Los Angeles
Located in Downtown Richmond, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Virginia Repertory Theatre, Greater Richmond …More
I loved staying here. Staff were very nice and I like everything about this inn. Only down side is that since it is an old building, squeaky floors from neighbors in the early morning hours was a bit annoying. But that being said, I can't wait for the opportunity to stay here again!
Located in Downtown Richmond, this historic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Virginia Repertory Theatre and Greater …More
Founded as a coal mining village in the 1700s, Midlothian produced the coal that heated the White House when Thomas Jefferson was President. In the late 1800s, after the mines shut down, the railway link to Richmond contributed to Midlothian’s growth as a commuter town. Today, this Richmond suburb is one of the region’s faster-growing communities.