Staunton’s Hip, New Hotels
Two new, affordable hotels have opened for business this fall. They are the first developments in Staunton Crossing, an area that will soon include restaurants and retail space. The hotels are ideally located for enjoying all the area has to offer.
Guest and visitors to both properties will enjoy proximity to restaurants and shopping, easy access to interstates 81 and 64 and with only a short drive, access to downtown Staunton.
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Fairfield Inn and Suites, by Marriot / 114 Crossing Way, Staunton, VA
Visitors to Marriott’s 98-room Fairfield Inn and Suites will enjoy an “easy, positive and productive travel experience.” Travellers will know they’ve come to a good place when they enter the spacious lobby, which is bright with natural light. The hotel chain’s newly updated modern design aesthetic features plenty of flexible space for guests to lounge, work, and gather. Choose an individual space or pull up to the large farmhouse table to socialize while enjoying your complimentary hot breakfast. The breakfast features omelets, bacon, mini waffles, fruit yogurt, and pastries.
If you want to work in the privacy of your room, you’ll enjoy the free Wi-Fi, plenty of outlets, an ergonomic chair, and a moveable desk, which affords endless options for creating your own workspace. Guests can choose rooms with king-sized beds, queens, or suites designed to provide separate working and sleeping zones.
Tech-savvy guest should check out the app, which will let you make plans with your hotel and determine the readiness of your room.
Are you hankering for a midnight snack that doesn’t come from a vending machine? The lobby’s Corner Market stocks goodies 24 hours a day. There is also a fitness center and an indoor swimming pool. BOOK NOW.
Tru By Hilton Staunton / 120 Crossing Way, Staunton, Virginia
If you’re tired of the anonymous hotel experience, try Tru, Hilton’s newest hotel chain, which opened in Staunton in November. Tru focuses on building community. You’ll experience that when the friendly staff makes recommendations for taking advantage of the local culture and dining scene. A mural in the lobby features Staunton landmarks, and the 24/7 convenience kiosk stocks local products.
Tru’s 90 efficiently designed rooms feature great mattresses, lots of towels, and large TVs. Tru’s community spaces really stand out, however, and guests should make sure they go down to the open-plan lobby to mix and mingle. Guests are encouraged to use the flexible spaces, decorated with invigorating colors and hip phrases, for working, playing, eating, and socializing. Guests can work at a counter or a semi-private, sound-insulated nooks, play board and table games, shift furniture into useful groupings, and interact with the real-time social media wall.
Included in your stay is a complementary breakfast, which features bagels, plain donuts, yogurt, eggs, or oatmeal. Adorn each of these bases with your choice of over 30 toppings from the toppings bar. If you eat too much whipped cream, head to the fitness room to work off those calories! BOOK NOW.