The Stonewall Jackson Hotel
& Conference Center in downtown Staunton is an ideal location for exploring the area’s many interesting attractions, including the Blackfriars Playhouse at the American Shakespeare Center which is located directly next door to the property. The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Birthplace, Mary Baldwin College and the Frontier Culture Museum are definitely a must-see while visiting historic Staunton.
At the crossroads of I-64 and I-81 in the picturesque Shenandoah Valley, the hotel is a scenic drive any direction including Washington DC, Richmond and Philadelphia.
The hotel has undergone a complete renovation and expansion in 2005 to historically preserve its charm while providing modern guest amenities, accommodations and services. Staunton’s charm has been preserved in its collection of fine old homes and buildings in every style from Queen Anne to Colonial Revival.
All of our 124 guest rooms and suites
have been completely renovated and feature all of the amenities you come to expect from today?s modern hotel
room. The hotel features two wings, one being the historical wing with many of the significant architectural features fully restored to their original splendor. An additional wing was added to the property that compliments and the hotel?s original design. In fact, the Stonewall Jackson Hotel & Conference Center recently became one of just a handful of members of the Historic Hotels
of America, an organization dedicated to identifying quality hotel
s throughout the United States that have faithfully maintained their historic integrity, architecture and ambience.
With 124 deluxe guestrooms consisting of 52 double queen and 52 king rooms, the Stonewall Jackson Hotel & Conference Center offers guestrooms with modern furnishings and artwork which showcases the unique architectural elements of downtown Staunton.
Room amenities include:
Complimentary WIFI High speed internet access
Telephones with data port & voice mail capabilities
Cable TV with premium movie channels
Complimentary weekday paper
Iron and ironing board
Non-smoking rooms are available
With its 25 foot high ceilings and numerous palladium windows, the Stonewall Jackson Hotel's restaurant, 24 Market, made its debut onto the Staunton restaurant scene on October 12, 2005. The restaurant originally opened in 1924 and quickly became the gathering place for Shenandoah Valley society. The Hotel and 24 Market has undergone a complete renovation to historically preserve its charm while serving American Continental Cuisine.
Renowned Chef Don Swedberg and his culinary staff leave no detail to chance when creating their buffet. The culinary staff kicks it up a notch on Sundays where we feature our signature Sunday Brunch. Served in the hotels original ballroom, the Colonnade room, you will be transported back to a different era where brunch is an event, not just a meal.