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Richmond Inn and Suites        
6346 Midlothian Turnpike

Unassuming low-rise motor lodge offering basic rooms with flat-screen TVs (some have full kitchens)...
Doubletree Hotel Richmond Downtown Star Rating 3        
301 West Franklin Street

This upscale hotel is a 2-minute drive from Highway 195, a block from the Virginia Commonwealth University campus and a 5-minute drive from the State Capitol building.All rooms offer sophisticated decor and custom-designed beds, plus flat-screen TVs and free WiFi. Suites add separate living areas with pull-out sofas and wet bars.
Best Western Plus Richmond Star Rating 3        
5300 Airport Square Lane

This traditional hotel in west Sandston is within 1.2 miles of I-64, Richmond International Airport and Virginia Aviation Museum.Modest rooms feature flat-screen TVs and free WiFi, as well as coffeemakers and desks.
Americas Best Value Inn Richmond Star Rating 1        
100 Greshamwood Place

This straightforward hotel is a 10-minute drive from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, a 12-minute drive from The Museum of Edgar Allan Poe and a 13-minute drive from the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.All rooms include free WiFi, TVs with premium cable channels, minifridges and microwaves.A complimentary continental breakfast is offered, and there's also large-vehicle parking.
Hyatt Place Richmond/Arboretum Star Rating 3        
201 Arboretum Place

This straightforward hotel is 8.9 miles from the University of Richmond and 10.1 miles from the Virginia State Capitol.
Hampton Inn & Suites Richmond Virginia Center Star Rating 3        
1101 Technology Park Drive

This straightforward hotel is 4 miles from Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, 18 miles from Richmond International Airport and 9 miles from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.The unassuming rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and custom-designed beds, plus desks, coffeemakers, minifridges and microwaves. Suites add sitting areas with sofabeds.
Courtyard by Marriott Richmond West Star Rating 3        
6400 West Broad Street

This straightforward hotel is 3.8 miles from the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden and 4.5 miles from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Courtyard by Marriott Richmond Airport Star Rating 3        
5400 Williamsburg Road

This straightforward hotel is 2.1 miles from Richmond International Airport and 8.1 miles from Downtown Richmond.
Wingate by Wyndham- Richmond/ Short Pump Star Rating 3        
13991 North Gayton Road

This straightforward hotel is 10.3 miles from the University of Richmond and 13.9 miles from downtown Richmond.
Airport Inn Motel Richmond Star Rating 2        
5121 S. Laburnum Ave

This straightforward budget lodging off Route 60 is a 2-minute walk from Laburnum Green Shopping Center and 1.6 miles from Richmond International Airport.The no-nonsense rooms feature coffeemakers, microwaves and minifridges, as well as air-conditioning, free WiFi and TVs with cable channels.
 
 
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Richmond is the capital of Virginia and has been called the "perfect blend of old and new". It is very cosmopolitan and offers a wealth of cultural, entertainment, and educational possibilities. Tourists can take a cruise along the scenic James River while history buffs can see the reenactment of Patrick Henry's "give me or live give me liberty or give me death" speech. There is the Civil War National Battlefield Park and many other museums and historic houses.

The Museum and White House of the Confederacy is the world's largest collection of artifacts from the Confederacy. It features letters, artwork, and other relics from the Civil War. Some of the items include Robert E Lee's Appomattox sword, Stonewall Jackson's weapons, and one can take a tour of the restored wartime residence of Confederate President Jefferson Davis. The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts showcases masterpieces by Dega. One can see poems, manuscripts, first editions, and many of his personal belongings. The Edgar Allan Poe Museum is located in Richmond's oldest building. This is a must see for anyone. The Black History Museum and Cultural Center is located in the heart of Richmond. It highlights the accomplishments of African-American artists, has many African artifacts, and emphasizes the contributions of people from the state of Virginia.

Founded in 1793, St. John's Church is the oldest church in Richmond. It served as the meeting space for the Second Constitutional Convention in 1775. Patrick Henry also gave his famous speech of "Give me liberty or give me death". Reenactments are held in the summer and the cemetery also includes famous people such as John Marshall, Edgar Allen Poe's mother, and Henry Clay. Agecroft Hall is a restored 15th-century English manner. It offers stunning views of the James River and sits on 23 acres of gardens and grounds. It is an interesting look back into the history of both regional and British history. Other Top Attractions City Hall sky deck offers the best views of the city.

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is 24 acres of beautiful flowers and plants on natural paths. It includes a formal Victorian Garden and an 1888 Victorian Manor. Berkeley Plantation is the famous site for the first Thanksgiving in 1619. It was also the home of the Declaration of Independence signer Benjamin Harrison and President William Henry Harrison.

Hollywood Cemetery is a downtown cemetery popular for its history and interesting epitaphs. President Monroe, President Tyler, and Confederate President Jefferson Davis are also buried here. More than 18,000 Confederates soldiers are buried here, and there is a 90-foot granite pyramid that commemorates the Civil War soldiers. Capital Square in Virginia State Capitol stands as a monument to the glory of the city. This is the place to go to see truly amazing architecture and several monuments.

Another place to see is Scotchtown, home to Patrick Henry; it dates back from the early 18th century and has been restored. Canal Walk is a very popular tourist attraction. A 1.25-mile walk curves around the city where one can see the Haxall Canal and the James River. Richmond has a unique feel, especially because of the historic sites that are in or surround the city. As visitors explore the city, they will also see the many places there are to shop and eat. One can find museum gift shops and cafes to high-end art galleries and five-star restaurants. Richmond provides a true historical experience.