Anyone ever stayed at the Best Western Inn Historic Area in Williamsburg Virginia? ?

Question by Need4Speed: Anyone ever stayed at the Best Western Inn Historic Area in Williamsburg Virginia? ?
On Best Western’s web site, there aren’t any pictures of the hotel rooms…just the outside, lobby, and dining areas.

However, on Priceline.com, the photos of the rooms look really nice for this hotel. I was wondering if anyone has stayed there recently, and if so, do the rooms look like what’s on priceline.com?

Thanks!!!

Best answer:

Answer by Steve in NC
Stayed there last year – pics are pretty accurate. This really is a pretty nice hotel and the rates are very reasonable. They had free wireless and a really nice indoor pool.

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Virginia Lawyers
Image by Kansas Sebastian
Palm Springs Historic Landmark No. 34
__________

The Willows Historic Inn, 1924
Dow and Richards
412 W Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs

While looking for a Heineman on Tahquiz Canyon Way, which appears to have been demolished, I turned around to find this lovely Mediterranean Revival Villa. Once the Winter home of New York Lawyer Samuel Untermyer, it is now a charming and lovely inn. Although it’s described as Mediterranean, I initially saw it as Spanish. It just goes to show that style is in the eye of the beholder.

– Kansas Sebastian
__________

Samuel Untermyer (March 6, 1858 – March 16, 1940), also known as Samuel Untermeyer [1] was a Jewish-American lawyer and civic leader as well as a self-made millionaire. He was born in Lynchburg, Virginia but after the death of his father the family moved to New York where he studied law. After admission to the bar, he soon gained fame as a lawyer, focusing on corporate law, and became recognized as a civic leader, frequently attending the Democratic National Convention as a delegate.

Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Untermyer

07b Palm Springs – The Willows Historic Inn (E)

07b Palm Springs – The Willows Historic Inn (E)
Virginia Lawyers
Image by Kansas Sebastian
Palm Springs Historic Landmark No. 34
__________

The Willows Historic Inn, 1924
Dow and Richards
412 W Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs

While looking for a Heineman on Tahquiz Canyon Way, which appears to have been demolished, I turned around to find this lovely Mediterranean Revival Villa. Once the Winter home of New York Lawyer Samuel Untermyer, it is now a charming and lovely inn. Although it’s described as Mediterranean, I initially saw it as Spanish. It just goes to show that style is in the eye of the beholder.

– Kansas Sebastian
__________

Samuel Untermyer (March 6, 1858 – March 16, 1940), also known as Samuel Untermeyer [1] was a Jewish-American lawyer and civic leader as well as a self-made millionaire. He was born in Lynchburg, Virginia but after the death of his father the family moved to New York where he studied law. After admission to the bar, he soon gained fame as a lawyer, focusing on corporate law, and became recognized as a civic leader, frequently attending the Democratic National Convention as a delegate.

Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Untermyer

07e Palm Springs – The Willows Historic Inn (E)

07e Palm Springs – The Willows Historic Inn (E)
Virginia Lawyers
Image by Kansas Sebastian
Palm Springs Historic Landmark No. 34
__________

The Willows Historic Inn, 1924
Dow and Richards
412 W Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs

While looking for a Heineman on Tahquiz Canyon Way, which appears to have been demolished, I turned around to find this lovely Mediterranean Revival Villa. Once the Winter home of New York Lawyer Samuel Untermyer, it is now a charming and lovely inn. Although it’s described as Mediterranean, I initially saw it as Spanish. It just goes to show that style is in the eye of the beholder.

– Kansas Sebastian
__________

Samuel Untermyer (March 6, 1858 – March 16, 1940), also known as Samuel Untermeyer [1] was a Jewish-American lawyer and civic leader as well as a self-made millionaire. He was born in Lynchburg, Virginia but after the death of his father the family moved to New York where he studied law. After admission to the bar, he soon gained fame as a lawyer, focusing on corporate law, and became recognized as a civic leader, frequently attending the Democratic National Convention as a delegate.

Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Untermyer