Richmond, Virginia Hotels – Family Rooms that Sleeps 5
Richmond, Virginia holds an interesting place in the historical landscape of the United States. It was the location where Patrick Henry gave his famous 1775 pre-Revolutionary War call to arms speech, “Give me Liberty or Give me Death,” and it was the seat of the Confederacy during the American Civil War (aka War of Northern Aggression). Commercially, with its strategic location along the James River, it was the national hub for both the tobacco industry and slave trade, among other things. To the outsider, it feels like a city coming to terms with its varied past, with heroes of the Civil War lining Monument Avenue, along with a more contemporary commemoration to Richmond native and tennis great, Arthur Ashe, and museums that portray thoughtful perspectives on the Civil War and the history of slavery.
Richmond hotels that can accommodate 5 people in one family room suite are listed in alphabetical order below (scroll down). The price / rate range of each hotel is indicated. See the $-symbol key in the sidebar. Click on the hotel name for more details and contact information. Larger hotel rooms, and suites are included, for budgets from affordable to luxury. All have private bathrooms (ensuite).
The Berkeley Hotel is located downtown in what is know as the Shockoe Slip. The “Terrace Room” and the “Junior Suite” have two double beds with sofabed. This is considered a luxury a hotel and as such has many amenities including fancy sheets and pillows along with Wi-Fi and valet overnight parking. Its central location […]
This Hampton Inn has rooms with two queens and a roll-away. A simple buffet breakfast is included as well as snacks off and on throughout the day. This is a straight forward hotel, very clean, with a very friendly staff. There are some exercise facilities. Many school groups stay here for sporting engagements or to […]
The Linden Row Inn is located downtown. This historical hotel has rooms with two doubles or queens and a roll-away ($15) that can accommodate a family of five on the first third and fourth. Sleeps 5 recommends that you request your room on third or fourth floors. The first floor rooms are perfectly fine but […]