A long day of art-ing and exploring can make even the most seasoned Richmonder tired. No worries, we’ll help you find a place to rest your head. When you book your room, ask if the hotel offers a discount to guests of VCU – many do.
If you are into fancy rooftop pools and bars, Graduate Richmond is the place for you. It is conveniently located just a short walk to campus and has a very modern feeling to it. Plus, their lobby is essentially an homage to Arthur Ashe, which is awesome.
Quirk Hotel is one of Richmond’s newest destination hotels and is full of sophistication, charm, and well…quirk! Each room has comfy beds with reclaimed wood frames, lots of light, and plenty of art from local and regional artists and designers. Quirk is perfect for the traveler looking for a taste of Richmond’s art and food scene because it’s located in the heart of it! We suggest that you plan your trip around a First Friday, which is when all the galleries open their doors and show off new works.
Located in the heart of downtown, this hotel has beautiful rooms, an indoor pool, sauna and many other amenities. A VCU rate is offered upon request, with discounted parking. The hotel also offers complimentary shuttle services within a two mile radius.
To stay in the hotel with the “most exquisite views” of the river and skyline for a low rate, call (804) 788-0900.
True to its name, this beautiful bed and breakfast is in the heart of the Museum District. Located just steps from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and Carytown, this is the perfect place to stay for the visiting shopaholic or art lover.
This inn is perfect for any history buff. Local legend has it that the enchanted garden is the one that Poe mentions in his famous poem, “To Helen.” The Linden Row offers a “VCU Visitor Rate,” so be sure to ask for the discount when you book.
Opened in 1895, the Jefferson offers a glamorous historic stay. The Jefferson has had many notable guests, including 12 U.S. Presidents and even Elvis!