Woodlands Hotel & Suites, Part of 5 Year
$100 million Improvement Program
|WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – August 15, 2001 - Combining
the revolutionary experience of 18th-century history with the comfort and
style of 21st-century hotel accommodations, the Colonial Williamsburg Company
— Hospitality Group opened the first phase of its new 300-room Woodlands
Hotel & Suites Monday, Aug. 13.
Country Toile wallpaper by WILLIAMSBURG products licensee Waverly® decorates each room, as well as Lane® furniture and Waverly® upholstery fabrics. Selected photography of gardens and other outdoor vistas from the Historic Area adorns the walls.
Guests of the Woodlands Hotel & Suites can begin each day with a bountiful continental breakfast buffet (included in the room rate) served in the lobby area near the fireplace. For full-service dining the Cascades Restaurant is just a short walk away, and in the planning stages for the near future is a new family-friendly, 125-seat restaurant tucked along the pedestrian promenade to the Visitor Center and across from the hotel lobby.
“We have designed a hotel that is perfectly suited to the family vacation, couples on a getaway and conference groups, offering the highest quality in moderately priced accommodations in an unparalleled scenic and historic location,” said Robert Jeremiah, vice president and general manager of the Woodlands Hotel & Suites. “Although it is a modern hotel, we have enhanced its ambience by using Colonial Williamsburg signature items in the décor. It is a wonderful blend of contemporary taste with colonial influences.”
Colonial Williamsburg Company, a subsidiary of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, operates five Colonial Williamsburg Hotels, 11 restaurants, including four historic dining taverns, the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, the Tazewell Club Fitness Center and two conference centers. Revenues support the preservation of the 18th-century capital of Virginia and Colonial Williamsburg’s educational mission.
Known worldwide as the nation’s largest living history museum, Colonial Williamsburg is a not-for-profit educational institution that operates the restored 18th-century capital of colonial Virginia. Colonial Williamsburg is conveniently located just 150 miles south of Washington, D.C., off Interstate 64.
Public Relations Associate
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
|Also See:||The Williamsburg Inn Undergoing Year-long Renovation to Retain the Quality Rockefeller Envisioned / Jan 2001|