Stayed here for a short weekend vacation - hiking in Shenandoah National Park. Location was great for us, but could be a little further away from the entry to the park for some. . Staff were professional, knowledgeable and very helpful. Our room was excellent - lots of space, very clean and really comfy bed. There is a restaurant on-site - we choose to eat elsewhere and there are plenty of good choices close by. We would definitely recommend this hotel and will be going back later in the year as we hope to do more hiking in the area.
Easy to find and easy parking. Front desk was not attentive at check in (at about 9 pmish). After waiting awhile, we had to go looking for someone to check us in. A girl eventually came out that looked not at all put together or interested in what was going on. She got us checked in but it certainly didn't excite her! The smell of the pool is overwhelming from even the front lobby and common areas we saw overall look like they have been roughly used and not maintained. Room was very clean, bed linens extremely comfortable and we slept well. Our room was handicap accessible and the floor was incorrectly sloped so water ended up allllll over the bathroom floor and slightly beyond when showering. Checkout employee was much more what we expected--friendly, interested, polite.
Overall, if you're looking for a good sleep, this will work well. If you're counting on spending anytime there or needing anything beyond basic sleeping accommodations, look elsewhere.
We truly enjoyed our stay. The room was very clean and comfortable. New manager at the restaurant so there were some room service issues. walking distance to old town and the bars and restaurants. We will stay again.
This Winchester, VA hotel is 2 blocks from the Old Town Winchester Walking Mall and within a mile of Museum of Shenandoah …More
The north Front Royal Entrance to Shenandoah National Park leads to Shenandoah Valley Overlook, providing views across the valley to Signal Knob. Beyond the overlook, the Dickey Ridge Visitor Center features a movie and an interactive exhibit, designed as introductions to the park. The Signal Knob Overlook sits just further in and offers glimpses of its namesake, a Civil War communications post.