The Williamsburg Plantation, situated in Williamsburg, VA, is located 17 minutes away by car from Busch Gardens, Williamsburg.
In this hotel, pets are not allowed. There are 17 buildings with two floors in each, and 598 rooms total.
Each unit features one or more bedrooms, a jetted tub, a full kitchen, paid Wi-Fi, a phone, a fireplace, a patio, air conditioning, a coffeemaker, a hair dryer, an ironing board with an iron, a safe, a clock radio, a sofabed, cable TV in the living and sleeping areas, a washer and dryer and a dining area. Some unit kitchens include a dishwasher and range.
In the Williamsburg Plantation, outdoor parking is available at no cost to guests. On site, there is tennis, three swimming pools (one outdoor, one indoor and one for children), a hot tub, fitness facilities, an arcade, a clubhouse, a patio, a picnic area and a spa.
For the guest's needs, there is a computer station, a 24-hour front desk, a safe at the front desk, laundry facilities, a video library, barbecue grills and a concierge desk. Maid service is available weekly, or daily for an extra fee.
Some places that guests staying at the Williamsburg Plantation may want to visit include Williamsburg Premium Outlets, which is 8 minutes away by car, Williamsburg Botanical Garden, which is 8 minutes away by car, Williamsburg Freedom Park, which is 6 minutes away by car, and Colonial Williamsburg, which is 14 minutes away by car.
Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (PHF) is 30 to 45 minutes away by car. (All transportation time estimates sourced from Google Maps)
The reviews of this hotel sourced for this analysis were almost exclusively positive. Despite a few isolated incidents or other complaints of that nature, it was very hard to find anything negative said about this hotel.
Many guests felt that the hotel had great value, and that considering all the amenities available at the hotel, and the state it is in, they are satisfied with the price they paid.
Many guests described the rooms they were staying in as clean, spacious and comfortable.
Many guests praised the staff, with some claiming that the staff was happy to upgrade their room in the event of a minor issue.
There were next to no reoccurring complaints available among reviews of this hotel sourced for this article.
The only issue that some guests mentioned, was that they felt that they were pressured by the timeshare salesmen to buy a timeshare. Some seemed to feel harassed by them, while others reported that a simple no drove them away.