Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Glen Allen, Virginia (Richmond Area) - Wyndham Virginia Crossings Resort and Conference Center

I found this one while desperately looking for somewhere decent to stay on an upcoming trip to the northeast USA. This excellent Wyndham property set on 20 acres is located at the crossroads of I-295 and I-95, just 10 miles north of downtown Richmond, Virginia in the suburb of Glen Allen. This one is easily visible by searching Kayak for "Richmond" hotels. Despite some mixed reviews on Tripadvisor, this is by far one of the most beautiful hotels in the entire Wyndham chain.

Hotel Address: 1000 Virginia Center Pkwy, Glen Allen, VA 23059

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Sample Date: October 24, 2008. Click here to check availability for your specific dates.

Occupancy: 2 Persons

Room Details: Many room types: 2 Full Beds (S/NS), 1 King (S/NS)

Rate variation: $115.00 Orbitz NonRefundable, $116.00 Wyndham.com NonRefundable.

Special Comments: This one has mixed reviews on Tripadvisor, so be warned.

"Among Richmond's finest hotels and conference centers, the Wyndham Virginia Crossings offers elegant accommodations, outstanding restaurants, golf and leisure activities along with technologically advanced meeting facilities as one of the premier full-service hotels in the region.

Featuring beautifully appointed guest rooms and luxury suites surrounded by 20 lushly landscaped acres; this is the perfect retreat for family vacations and special occasions. For executive conferences and business events, our 25,000 square feet of dedicated meeting space if fully equipped with leading edge technology and communication capabilities." - Wyndham.com

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1 comment:

Anne said...

I stayed here about a month ago. The room is nice, fairly bigger than other Wyndham rooms I've stayed in. My only other complaint was that the hotel rooms are away from the pool, so you have to walk across a garden almost and through another building just to get to it. LOTS of eateries, including the mall, nearby.

Also, be sure to bring your documentation (approval email) with you. When I checked in, I was going to be charged the $160some it was originally for, I told them I was awarded a free night per the Best Rate Guarantee program and the person checking me in didn't know what I was talking about. A supervisor chimed in and said "You are getting the best rate since I am now offering this room for $180". So I showed her the email that says it's supposed to be free, and so she went in and fixed it. No taxes, no other fees.