Williamsburg’s authentic, rustic lodge

Completed in 1939 by John D. Rockefeller Jr., the rustic Williamsburg Lodge was the first Colonial Williamsburg hotel to open as Rockefeller helped spearhead the historic town’s restoration. Today, the hotel features 323 guest rooms, a restaurant, bar and lounge, and a 45,000 square-foot meeting space for banquets, expos, meetings and weddings. Original blue stone floors, cypress-paneled walls and folk art inspired by the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum (which is just down the street) add to the cozy and warm charm of Rockefeller’s lodge, giving travelers a rustic and renewing escape to this day.

Across the street from the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel is The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg with its swimming pools, saunas, steam rooms, and fitness center, promising rest and relaxation for the weary. And, adjacent to the spa is the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club’s much-lauded Gold Course. The Golden Horseshoe Golf Club’s 400 acres are home to three golf courses as well as an Audubon sanctuary.

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