"Great location, comfortable room - beware of dogs"
Check in a breeze - very nicely designed and open lobby where free breakfast is served. Love the hot chocolate, hot tea and coffee station, complete with french vanilla creamers. We always use these throughout the day and evenings. We stayed on the top floor near elevator - no street noise - very quiet and roomy with sofa sleeper and two nice chairs. Microwave and fridge in room. Bathroom vent is extremely loud so we didn't use. Thin walls - heard everything in hallway. Not sure if anyone was in room beside us - did not hear anything through adjoining walls. Maids knocked on door even with Do Not Disturb sign but they were very nice and may have realized the mistake quickly after knocking. No weird smells. Dogs barking woke us up a couple of times. Probably best if those with pets were on a separate floor. Kind of worried when we realized we could be in a room where pets were kept. My husband is extremely allergic and felt it by the time we left. Could have utilized a mirror above desk. LOVED noon check out time but wished complimentary breakfasts were served later - ending no sooner than an hour before check out would be helpful when sleeping in while on vacations. Very nice, thick, super soft new sheets and pillows were comfy to use. My back didn't hurt when I woke - a HUGE positive when I travel! Parking was very convenient. Still feel hotels cost way too much however. Even using my Expedia points for a discount of over $120, the rooms were well above $110 a night!
Traveller from Wise, VA
Situated in Midlothian, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Chesterfield Towne Center and 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from Mid-Lothian …More
Right off the interstate as you head south out of Richmond. My wife and I love stopping here for a cheap place to stay that is also pet-friendly. Staff are friendly and there are a few places to eat very close by. Only improvement would be an area for trucks to go; if you are driving even a 16 ft rental or anything bigger, you will have a hard time parking here.
Traveller from Ocala, FL
Situated in Richmond, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Blue Bee Cider, Edgar Allan Poe Museum, and Virginia State …More
When we checked in we were put on floor 2, but we were not told it was the dog/pet floor. We were awakened twice in the middle of the night by barking dogs. Lost a lot of sleep. Next day we got a room on the 5th floor that was smaller but had a "terrace". A machine from a large building in back makes constant loud, annoying noise. The front desk is spotty. The bed was comfortable and the room had nice furniture. Good restaurant.
Traveller from Keswick, Va.
Located in Downtown Richmond, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Richmond Old City Hall and Virginia State …More
There were no extras, l had enough of flat eggs, microwave pancakes and weak coffee on my trip to the Grand Canyon. Overall exactly as advertised; refrig, flat screen TV, wifi, microwave and two wonderfully engulfing beds. Most excellent as advertised, great rest at a clean and well run facility. If you just want a bed, no pool, no breakfast, no weight room JUST rest this is the place!
Traveller from Staunton, VA
Situated in Petersburg, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of Old Blandford Church and Centre Hill Museum. Farmers Bank …More
Absolutely beautiful hotel. Fantastic Christmas decorations. Staff was very helpful in meeting my needs for a work trip. Fastest room service I have ever encountered. Great rooms. Will stay here anytime I am in Richmond.
Located in Downtown Richmond, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Virginia Repertory Theatre, Greater Richmond …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.