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Hotels in Richmond

Virginia’s capital, Richmond, is a quaint mid-sized city that carries a small-town feeling while maintaining a strong economy and historical significance. Richmond may not be the most cultured or most powerful city that you’ve ever visited, but its gorgeous location along the James River and beautiful 18th and 19th-century architecture offer a lot to love.

What Kinds Of Hotels Are There In Richmond?

Richmond offers a selection of medium sized chain hotels, inns, and even a few boutique options. If you’re looking for a luxury hotel, you’ll probably have to look elsewhere. Richmond emphasizes reliable and affordable hotels which offer basic amenities, parking, and a clean place to stay. Don’t expect anything extravagant for the price you pay.

You can probably find cheaper hotels in Richmond if you venture outside of the city limits. Richmond’s main hotel hubs are in the center of downtown, near the four-way exchange of Route 250, and near the Reynolds Community College campus.

How Expensive Are Hotels In Richmond?

Hotels in Richmond are dirt cheap, ranging from a scant $30 to a maximum of $200. The most expensive hotels in Richmond have amenities like spas and pools, whereas the cheapest hotels are little more than rooms with beds and a reserved parking spot.

The relationship between price and amenities is very straightforward in Richmond: you get what you pay for. Here at Skyscanner, we’ll help you to find the perfect hotel for you and make sure that you get the best rates when you visit Richmond.

What Is There To Do In Richmond?

Richmond is a great spot for history buffs, as it was the capital of the Confederacy during the Civil War. You’ll see Confederate monuments littered around Richmond, and each statue has a story.

The museums of Richmond are an essential part of the historical life of the city, with popular destinations like the Holocaust Museum and the Old Dominion Railroad Museum. If performing arts are more your thing, Richmond has a budding theater and live music scene, but you’ll need to make sure that there are shows scheduled during your visit.

Richmond also has a nascent cuisine scene which is on course to develop into something great. Richmond has a few local specialties and also boasts great skill in preparing the standard Southern fare like alligator, grits, and fried chicken.

If you love the outdoors, Richmond’s many parks and gardens are excellent places to check out, as are the river islands and the forests outside the city.