Virginia Crossings Hotel joins Hilton's Tapestry Collection

The Virginia Crossings Resort & Conference Center.

Hilton’s Tapestry Collection added the Virginia Crossings Hotel & Conference Center to its portfolio, making it the the second property to join the collection of independent upscale hotels.

“Virginia Crossings Hotel & Conference Center truly reflects our dedication to handpicking hotels that provide travelers the best of both worlds – original hotels with the world renowned hospitality of Hilton and our Hilton Honors program,” Mark Nogal, global head, Tapestry Collection by Hilton, said in a statement. “An intimate and spacious retreat for both business and leisure travelers, Virginia Crossings honors the region’s heritage while also offering everything savvy, modern travelers appreciate.”

Consisting of 183 rooms and suites with more than 28,000 square feet of event space boasting natural lighting, the southern-style estate includes a variety of gardens, courtyards and is next to the Crossings Golf Course – an 18-hole course designed by golf course architect Joe Lee. Other recreational highlights include a 24-hour fitness center, a sand volleyball court, a large outdoor swimming pool and activities such as basketball and horseshoes. An outdoor terrace overlooking the pool provides views of the surrounding area, while A ballroom seating up to 400 is also available.

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The property also provides access to two restaurants:

  • The Tavern touts Southern-style food in a casual environment, and offers everything from Shrimp & Grits to Virginia Smoked Sausage to Kettle Chip-Crusted Fried Chicken. For those looking for something on the lighter side, fresh salads and fish dishes are also Tavern Bistro specialties.
  • The Glen Restaurant offers a brick wood-burning fireplace as the backdrop for guests to enjoy seasonal buffet-style dishes made with local and regional ingredients, complete with handcrafted cocktails and local craft beers and wine.

“From our two great restaurants to the hotel’s location within minutes of top attractions that include Kings Dominion amusement park and Richmond Raceway, we appeal to a broad base of travelers seeking memorable experiences while being backed by one of the world’s leading hospitality companies,” Wende Blumberg, GM, Virginia Crossings Hotel & Conference Center, said in a statement. “By joining Tapestry Collection by Hilton, we are grateful to be a part of this growing upscale collection brand that offers us the freedom to keep our independent spirit while also tapping into the award-winning Hilton Honors program.”

The hotel is owned and managed by Oliver Companies.

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