Centrally located accommodation close to the University of Virginia in Charlottesville
Located adjacent to the University of Virginia, the Red Roof Inn Charlottesvilleoffers comfortable and convenient accommodation for visitors to the college as well as the other attractions on offer in Charlottesville, VA.
This 2-star establishment can be found in the Corner District of the city, surrounding by some 14 restaurants. Guests staying at the inn need not worry about where to find a delicious meal.
The property consists of 135 guestrooms and suites, all of which offer suitable lodgings for college visitors, leisure tourists, and business travelers.
All rooms include a host of amenities, including cable television (with on-demand movie, music, and game services), coffeemaker (with complimentary coffee), in-room safe, alarm clock radio, telephone (with free local calls), data-port, and complimentary wireless internet access.
Rooms also feature contemporary furniture, with a comfortable chair. Private en-suite bathrooms have recently been renovated and include granite countertops.
Upgraded suites feature workspace, whilst selected rooms also include a microwave and mini refrigerator.
The hotel property includes a lobby-based coffee area, interior corridors, a coin operated laundry, and snack centers. Business travelers can also make use of the hotels meeting facilities, which include a conference room and boardroom.
The Red Roof Inn is located just off U.S. Route 250. As such, visitors can access Charlottesville Airport which is 10 miles away or Richmond International Airport, which is 65 miles away. Those traveling by motor vehicle are also well connected to the likes of West Virginia, Virginia Beach, and Washington, D.C.
Those staying at the Red Roof Inn Charlottesvillewill find a number of enjoyable activities and destinations at their fingertips. A free trolley service shuttles between The Corner, the UVA grounds, and the historic downtown district, providing easy access to much of what the city has to offer.
Those with an interest in history may enjoy a visit to the Monticello, an estate that was once home to and is now the burial site of Thomas Jefferson. The former president, who was the founder of the citys university, designed the main house that today is registered as a National Historic Landmark as well as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The adjacent estate, Ash Lawn-Highland, was home to the fifth president of the U.S.A., James Monroe. As such, its also a popular tourist destination.
The Jefferson Vineyards are also popular with visitors to the region. Here visitors can enjoy a trip around the vineyard and wineries as well as indulge in a spot of wine-tasting.
Those looking for an intriguing dining option should visit the Michie Tavern, which serves dinner within a colonial era atmosphere.
Charlottesville, VA also offers a number of traditional city amenities, including bars, nightclubs, and plenty of shopping. The Downtown Mall is particularly vibrant, and rich with shopping and dining options.
Guests residing at the Red Roof Inn Charlottesville can also easily access the likes of the John Paul Jones Arena, the Paramount Theatre, Charlottesville Pavilion, Court Square, and the Virginia Discovery Center, all of which are popular attractions with visitors to the area.