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The George Washington A Wyndham Grand Hotel

  • 103 East Piccadilly Street
  • Winchester, VA 22601 US
  • 1-540-678-4700
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The George Washington, A Wyndham Grand Hotel - Foremost Of Hotels Near Shenandoah National Park

Located in downtown Winchester, Virginia, The George Washington, A Wyndham Grand Hotel marries modern conveniences with comfortable elegance in a charming, historical setting. The hotel’s location in Winchester, Virginia, set in the beloved Shenandoah Valley just 70 miles from Washington DC, provides walking access to a wide assortment of unique shopping, dining, and historical experiences. Originally constructed in 1924 and restored after a $30 million renovation, this 2011 Wyndham Hotel of The Year award-winning hotel boasts elegant marble flooring, soaring ceilings and the original front desk.  As one of the prime hotels in Winchester VA with an indoor pool, you will find its convenient access to nearby Shenandoah Valley beauty and Blue Ridge Mountains splendor will make an idyllic spot for your Virginian vacation.  Our hotel is a perfect place to say for your visit to nearby Shenandoah University or the Shenandoah National Park.

This one-of-a-kind property includes a Roman-style indoor pool, the acclaimed, full-service George's Food & Spirits restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the casual Half Note Lounge, often featuring live jazz performances. Fitness and business centers are also available, as well as the Saumaj Health Spa, with its range of soothing treatments.

The hotel’s guestrooms rival the refined comfort of the hotel’s public spaces. Among them are a Junior Suite featuring a gas fireplace, four-post bed and spa tub, an Executive Suite featuring a sitting room with hardwood floors, a gas fireplace and cozy dining area, and a Luxury Suite with double doors leading to a private bedroom, heated towel racks and a walk-in spa shower.

Winchester's history and culture has made the city an extremely popular destination for weddings. The George Washington Hotel offers couples a Grand Ballroom seating up to 180 guests and a Garden Room for more intimate celebrations of up to 60 guests. A secluded, walled garden leading to the Garden Room is often used as a beautiful backdrop for wedding ceremonies.

Under an hour and a half drive from Washington D.C., the hotel’s location strikes the perfect balance between accessibility and destination for a wedding or meeting. Wedding receptions of all sizes have enjoyed the unique spaces of the hotel for decades. The Grand Ballroom can accommodate up to 300 guests, while the Garden Room often serves as the backdrop for smaller celebrations of up to 60 people. The hotel offers a total of 7,400 square feet of flexible meeting space across six rooms for a welcome change of business scenery.

Winchester, Virginia, Overflows With Culture and History

The charm of downtown Winchester provides a perfect launching point for guests interested in exploring the splendor of the famed Shenandoah Valley. Many local attractions are focused around American history, including the headquarters of General "Stonewall" Jackson and a temporary headquarters of George Washington.

Rich in culture and natural resources, the Shenandoah Valley boasts a wide variety of unique experiences, including the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Appalachian Trail, and Shenandoah National Park's Skyline Drive.  Over a dozen Civil War battlefields are available for exploration, as are the fascinating Luray Caverns. Kids are sure to enjoy Wilson's Wild Animal Park, while adults appreciate the region’s award-winning wineries and the Rock Harbor or Virginia National golf courses.