Whether you wish to enjoy a relaxing vacation in Petersburg or a thrilling adventure in Virginia Beach, the Hampton Inn Petersburg-Ft Lee offers you convenient accommodations. Choose a spacious guest room, with...

A Guide to Petersburg, VA

When visiting Petersburg, Virginia, you will find the city rich with history and culture. Tour historic battlefields and buildings from the Civil War, learning about this time in United States history. Festivals, live events, shopping and dining can all be enjoyed during a business or leisure trip to the area. Hotels in Petersburg, Virginia, include the Holiday Inn Express Petersburg and the Quality Inn Petersburg, both providing complimentary amenities to enjoy during your stay.

At the Holiday Inn Express Petersburg Hotel, experience a stay like none other. Complimentary amenities abound, from the hot breakfast featuring cinnamon rolls to the high-speed Internet. Spend your down time swimming in the hotel pool after your day of sightseeing.

At the Quality Inn Petersburg, choose a lovely guest room to enjoy your time in Petersburg. Pet-friendly spaces, smoking and nonsmoking accommodations can be reserved, with king and double bed rooms. Flat-panel televisions and microwave are provided in room.

Things to Do

The highlight of Petersburg is the historical attractions. Spend time getting to know the Civil War by visiting the Pamplin Historical Park and the Petersburg National Battlefield. Each attraction shows you how the area was used during the Civil War. An interesting take on the Civil War can be seen at the Siege Museum. Here, artifacts are displayed, showing how lavish lifestyles quickly changed after the Civil War began.

Getting Around

A vehicle is the best way to get around Petersburg, be it your own or a rental. For public transportation, the city offers the Petersburg Area Transit. Use this method of transportation to visit attractions, shops and restaurants.

Additional Info

Hotels in Petersburg, Virginia, are within a short distance to a plethora of entertainment, including museums. Visit the Centre Hill Museum, which was built in 1823 and was a private home until 1936. The Blandford Church & Cemetery can also be toured, with beautiful Tiffany stained glass windows, put in place in memory of the Confederate soldiers who passed.