222 Jefferson Hwy.Staunton, VA 24401Sleeping Rooms: 83
Surrounded by the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, our Sleep Inn hotel in Staunton, VA is a simply stylish sanctuary that’s designed for a happy night’s sleep. We are close to the Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia and the Mary Baldwin University.
- 67 Double Bed Rooms
- 11 Single King Bed Rooms
- 5 Single Queen Bed Rooms
- 1 Handicap Accessible King Bed Room
- 2 Single Handicap Accessible Queen Bed Rooms
- 1 Single Handicap Accessible Queen Bed Room with a Roll in Shower
- Free WiFi
- Free continental breakfast served daily
- Free parking
- Bus parking available
- Easy access to Interstates 64 and 81
- Close proximity to Cracker Barrel and Mrs. Rowe’s
- See & Do
Journey to a place where the sites are endless. Staunton extends many exciting activities for families, couples, and even the single person. Pick among our museums, art galleries, and outdoor interests to fill your day. Your trip wouldn’t be complete without seeing some of the wonderful attractions we have to offer. We also offer tours to help you find your way.
- Arts & Culture
- Historic Sites/Museums
- Outdoor Recreation
- Farms & Vineyards
- Wine & Beer Tasting
- Genealogical Heritage
- Family Fun
- Staunton on Tap
- Trip Ideas
- Eat & Drink
Experience a wide array of dishes while dining in Staunton. Choose from traditional fare to more exotic meals all within walking distance. Whether you’re in the mood for something classic or crave something a bit more contemporary, your culinary palate will sure to be appeased.
Sleeping never got more comfortable. With numerous charming bed and breakfasts and gracious hotels, your stay in Staunton is sure to be delightful. Select from our many award-winning properties for an amazing night’s rest and a nice, hot breakfast in the morning.
- Plan Your Trip
Visitors to Staunton will find an impressive array of attractions – whether you want to stroll through the city’s beautiful downtown, delve into history at historic sites and museums, take in award-winning theater and music, or simply set out for outdoor adventure in the Shenandoah Valley and nearby mountains.