The Williamsburg Inn is now a 5 Diamond property. Regarded among the world's great hotels, the Williamsburg Inn in Williamsburg, Virginia, is the crown jewel of Colonial Williamsburg hotels. As directed by Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller Jr. the Williamsburg Inn hotel is decorated in an elegant Regency style. The Inn offers 62 guestrooms and suites in the main building. The Inn has hosted a wealth of heads-of-state yet pampers each and every guest with similar royal treatment. For many, it is a destination in itself. Gourmet dining, outdoor pools, clay tennis courts, award-winning golf, and a fitness club complete with spa services create a memorable resort experience. Golf enthusiasts are particularly awe-inspired with the adjoining Golden Horseshoe Golf Club featuring 45-holes of championship golf by legendary designers Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Rees Jones. Of more than 17,000 golf courses in America, only eight hold both GOLF Magazines Gold Medal and 5 Stars for Places to Play by Golf Digest and the Golden Horseshoe is a proud recipient of both much to a golfers delight. After a day on the courses, visiting Colonial Williamsburgs world-renowned Historic Area, shopping or more the award-winning talented culinary staff provides innovative American dining at the Rockefeller Room, Restoration Bar and Terrace Room. The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg is conveniently located on the grounds of the Inn providing guests easy access to what promises to be a unique spa experience. Historic Restoration Prepares Inn for New EraThe careful restoration of the Inn encompassed every aspect of its interior - the original furniture designed specially for this famous hotel has been refinished and reupholstered, chandeliers brilliantly refurbished, a new tearoom and bar lounge have been incorporated into the first floor, along with modest alterations to the Regency Room. Guestrooms have been significantly enlarged to include elaborate all-marble baths. The famous facade of the Williamsburg Inn hotel has not changed as inside the restorations span three centuries of style: 19th-century Regency decor, the 20th-century heritage of the original building, and 21st-century amenities. It surely reflects what Rockefeller envisioned: a historic country inn with the most modern, gracious appointments.