Williamsburg Lodge, Autograph Collection
The Williamsburg Lodge, Autograph Collection main building and guesthouses provide 323 guestrooms and suites. Guestrooms are decorated in a classic Virginia style, with a mix of warm woods and colorful fabrics.
Many rooms in the main building retain their original hardwood floors and are connected by corridors of restored cypress paneling, louvered outer doors, and restored light fixtures. Other original guestrooms have been transformed into suites with views of the Lodge’s arrival courtyard or the fountain garden at The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg.
Some rooms in Tazewell Hall, the contemporary addition to the Lodge, include a patio or balcony with rocking chairs. Some suites contain fireplaces. The four guesthouses, opened in 2006, each feature 30 rooms decorated in historic colors, with furnishings inspired by folk art in the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum and from Colonial Williamsburg’s collections.
The Colonial Houses offer 75 guestrooms, some with sitting rooms and fireplaces, throughout 26 houses (including two lodging taverns). Some of the houses are as small as one room within a "kitchen" and one tavern is as large as 16 rooms. Furnished with authentic period reproductions and antiques, each Colonial House has a unique history and appeal of its own, offering a rare way to experience the restored 18th-century capital of Virginia. A few of the banner houses include: the Bracken Tenement’s Kitchen, with two rooms and a pitched roofline; the Brick House Shop, with twin canopy beds and a sitting room with a fireplace and queen sleeper-sofa; and the Brick House Tavern, located on Duke of Gloucester Street, with 16 rooms, all with private full baths.