Historically Inspired Hotels and Restaurants Join Latitudes: Lifestyles by Crescent Division.
WILLIAMSBURG, VA – Crescent Hotels & Resorts, a nationally recognized and award-winning operator of over 120 hotels and resorts, has announced the addition of Colonial Williamsburg Resorts to its Latitudes: Lifestyles by Crescent portfolio. The site of Virginia’s former colonial capital, Colonial Williamsburg is renowned for its extensive 18th-century Historic Area and Art Museums. Today, as the largest American history museum in the world, Colonial Williamsburg blends unique properties with an incomparable historic location, further advancing its mission “that the future may learn from the past.”
Colonial Williamsburg offers visitors a selection of five unique offerings within the official collection of Colonial Williamsburg Resorts. Designed to cater to a wide variety of traveler preferences and budgets, distinctive luxury accommodations can be found at:
- the Williamsburg Inn, a Five Star Forbes rated hotel that includes fine dining at the Rockefeller Room;
- the AAA 4 Diamond Williamsburg Lodge, part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection;
- the Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel and Suites conveniently located directly adjacent to The Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center;
- the Griffin Hotel, a serene retreat surrounded by nature; and
- the stunning Colonial Houses, meticulously reproduced 18th-century homes set in the heart of the Historic Area.
Visitors to Colonial Williamsburg Resorts will experience one of America’s 50 greatest public courses at the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club. Designed by the father-and-son team of Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Rees Jones, the club comprises 36 walkable holes over two courses. Relax and rejuvenate at the Spa of Colonial Williamsburg, featuring a full menu of rejuvenating treatments, fitness center and indoor/outdoor swimming pools. With over 300 acres of top-tier offerings, Colonial Williamsburg is a complete getaway offering shopping, outdoor adventures and family activities located just minutes from the properties.
Additionally, Crescent will oversee the collective 19 food and beverage outlets found at Colonial Williamsburg’s hotels and historic taverns located along Duke of Gloucester Street in the living history museum’s Historic Area. Enjoy 18th-century inspired chophouse recipes at The King’s Arms Tavern, southern flavors crafted in the form of fresh salads and perfect pub bites at Sweet Tea & Barley and even grab & go snacks and beverage offerings at Dubois Grocer and McKenzie Apothecary. Guests of Colonial Williamsburg are greeted with a variety of culinary expertise with a blend of restaurants, bars, lounges, and cafes located in and around the Historic Area.
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