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Enjoy a historic stay at our hotel in Charlottesville

Capitalize on comfort and convenience during your extended stay at Residence Inn Charlottesville Downtown. Known as the hometown of three influential U.S. presidents, Charlottesville is a city deeply rooted in rich history. From our hotel, you can easily tour University of Virginia, taste grapes on Monticello Wine Trail and visit the estates of Jefferson, Madison and Monroe. Following a memorable day, enjoy homelike comfort in our spacious suites, where you'll find separate areas for sleeping, dining, working and lounging. Full-size kitchens allow you to prepare fresh meals in the privacy of your suite. Don't worry about cooking in the morning because we provide complimentary breakfast, boasting a delectable mix of hot favorites and lighter fare. If business brings you to town, our event space is ideal for hosting intimate meetings and trainings. In your spare time, work up a sweat in our fitness center, then enjoy dip in our indoor pool. Make your plans to stay at Residence Inn Charlottesville Downtown.

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Free breakfast
Pet friendly

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