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Williamsburg Group Hotels Historical and Educational Trips


Affordable group hotels for students. Every year hordes of student groups and history buffs head to historic Williamsburg, Virginia to experience first hand one of the best-preserved colonial historical sites in the United States. Dating to the 17th century and home to key historical events, centrally located Williamsburg is a fantastic hub to visit historic Jamestown and Yorktown. Kids and adults alike can enjoy well-preserved archeological sites that narrate the history of one of the very first settlements in the United States. The story of Pocahontas will become alive as your group explores the sites together. Along with growing in knowledge, your group can take advantage of excellent golf at Kingsmill Resort or Ford’s Colony Country Club, and first-rate amusement parks such as Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Water Country USA. Groople’s favorite hotel picks for student groups will deliver comfort, value, and quick access to the most popular attractions. We have special group pricing for many hotels in Williamsburg but we highly recommend these:


Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Williamsburg

If you are traveling with a younger crowd, you will appreciate the proximity of the Holiday Inn Express to Busch Gardens amusement park. This hotel is well appointed and full of value-added amenities like free parking and extended complimentary hot breakfast. Richmond Road places groups just a walk away from affordable, casual dining and minutes away from Colonial Williamsburg.


La Quinta Inn & Suites Williamsburg

If your group is in town to fully capture the historical vibe, La Quinta is a fantastic choice. It is walking distance from Colonial Williamsburg and The College of William & Mary, which makes this hotel a great pick for groups visiting Williamsburg to attend a college sports event.


Give us a call at (844) 476-6753 to get the best hotel group discounts.

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