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The idea was lovely. An old boutique hotel in the city, within walking distance of a few events we were participating in. The courtyard was nice..
Reception area not what expected for over $200 a night. Lobby nice, not so much reception area. No cafe. Rooms varied greatly. One big nice room, 2 okay, not so nice rooms. Son moved 2nd night w/children since air conditioning broke. Fortunately he and his family were moved into a MUCH nicer room..it’s be nice to understand what rooms your getting.. Also, sheets were kinda creepy..not the quality I expected at all
Staff was very friendly and caring
Would have liked to known about the valet parking costs ahead of time
Quaint I surmise weddings/events are this venues bread & butter whereas the rooms are a pleasant conviviality.
Do you remember grandma's toilet, where several courtesy flushes were required to safely ensure things didn't get clogged....well...welcome back :) Built 1847, and restored in 1988 as an Inn, so quirky plumbing can be expected :)
Great Historical Location
Close to many Civil War Museums. Edgar Allen Poe lived across the street. Was a frequent visitor.
Breakfast area was unattended. Trash piled up in can. However, I would stay again and recommend to others.
Room was excellent but had no mini fridge. Only window in the room was painted shut.
Wonderful venue. Very historic. Staff was very helpful checking our luggage for the day.
No self parking
Old Rundown Room with Bed Bugs
We were originally placed in a ground floor room (after requesting a room on a higher floor), which was dark and had a window into the hallway corridor. It felt as if you were in a dungeon. After our first night (of a two night stay) we discovered two bedbugs in our bed. We immediately notified the front desk which kindly agreed to change our room. Although the second room we were placed in was much nicer and on the top floor of the hotel, our stay was less than comfortable given the fact that it was difficult to sleep when imagining bedbugs crawling in bed with you. The hotel staff did not offer to compensate us in anyway for our troubles other than a gift mug. Although the hotel was booked for the weekend and we had heard good things about it, I would strongly recommended finding somewhere else to stay if visiting Richmond.
In room refrigerator made an awful noise, had to unplug
It was comfortable . the staff was super & pleasant enjoyed my stay
No place to park
Old and Charming has a downside
Location made it easy to walk to nearby attractions, restaurants and bars. Old town feel and culturally diverse area. Felt safe with strong police presence.
Not a downside really, but no easy way to carry luggage to room. Uneven walks and paths for us that like our rolling luggage. You get what expect from a hotel built in the 1800's. Neat place. Rooms are dingy.
Loved the Carriage house room
The carriage house rooms that are disconnected from main Inn is where I stayed and it was lovely. The room was clean, the bathroom newly remodeled, the Queen bed soft and inviting. I had to leave before the included breakfast but I liked everything I saw.
The area was near downtown but still a bit sketchy. I started walking to find a cafe or restaurant but then thought better of and turned around. The parking was valet for an extra $12 or street parking but if you parked on the street (if you found any) you would get towed if you didn't move by 7am or 8am.
The hotel has character - it is near the Jefferson Hotel, but much less expensive. I liked the carriage house.
The comforter was too hot. They need a little table/desk to use a laptop. The room was cosy and had charm.
Large room, excellent staff, good breakfast, temperature control in room worked great, large bathroom, very clean, best part was the quite, no rowdy or noisy guests, made for a great night of sleep.
This inn is utterly charming and unique; we were enchanted by its layout and the garden courtyard at the heart of the hotel. It's a historic property--something that's reflected in the decor, which might be described as "shabby chic"--although the bathrooms are modern, internet is free and the beds and bedding clean, inviting and comfortable. The staff was extremely pleasant, helpful and professional.
The A/C did not function our second night.
the hotel has a old class feel to it, it has a lot of potental, but falls very short of trying to get there.
seemed to be runned down, not alot of work done to improve the guest experance.
For travelers heading for Richmond, VA, the Linden Row Inn offers comfortable accommodations set in a historic location with easy access to all that the wider Richmond area has to offer. The Linden Row Inn is actually comprised of seven row houses that date back to the 1800s. The property has been visited by many notable people over the centuries, including Edgar Allan Poe.
The Linden Row Inn offers 70 guestrooms, which includes seven suites. All guestrooms feature at least some antique furnishings and décor items from the hotel’s notably long history. However, the property does provide plenty of modern comforts, too, including air conditioning, in-room phones, private baths with showers, flat-screen TVs with satellite programming, hairdryers, irons and ironing boards, and complimentary toiletries. Housekeeping services rooms daily.
On property, guests will find many amenities. The property offers complimentary wireless Internet, as well as dry cleaning and a shuttle to various points of interest around the hotel. The front desk is available 24 hours per day, and there are meeting rooms on offer, too. Parking is available on the property, and there is a coffee shop serving hot beverages and light snacks. The business center is fully equipped to keep guests productive during their stay.
Within easy reach of the property, guests will find the Virginia Capitol Building, Virginia Repertory Theatre, and the Richmond Arts District. For dining enjoyment, there are 69 options within less than a half-mile of the hotel, including Lemaire Restaurant, Mama J’s Kitchen, Perly’s, and Lucy’s Restaurant.
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Linden Row Inn is located at 100 East Franklin Street, 0.5 km from the center of Richmond. John Marshall House is the closest landmark to Linden Row Inn.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Linden Row Inn.
Yes, Linden Row Inn offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Linden Row Inn does not offer free parking.
No, Linden Row Inn does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Linden Row Inn is 11.6 km from Richmond Byrd Intl. Linden Row Inn is 95.6 km from Newport News Intl.
No, pets are not allowed at Linden Row Inn.
No, Linden Row Inn does not have a pool onsite.