Breakfast and historical tour passes
Whether you are a history enthusiast or a novice, you will quickly see why Charlottesville, Virginia, voted a “Top Five Destination Every American Should Visit," will become a treasured memory for you and your family. Just outside the Omni Charlottesville Hotel, you'll see the brick-paved streets of the Historic Downtown Mall, offering more than 150 locally-owned shops and restaurants. Near the hotel is famous Monticello, which was home to Thomas Jefferson and named one of the “25 Best Historical Homes in America." Adjacent to Monticello is Ash Lawn-Highland, the home of James Monroe, the fifth President of the United States. Close by is Michie Tavern, created in 1784, which provided travelers with food and lodging during the 18th century and serves traditional southern fare today. Montpelier, the estate of President James Madison and Dolley Madison, offers 2,650 acres of rolling hills, formal gardens and a 200 year old forest, which is designated a National Natural Landmark. Post-Madison buildings remain on the estate including Gilmore Cabin, a freedman’s home built from the remains of Confederate encampments and the 1910 Train Depot, built by William DuPont, which operated as a passenger, freight and mail service. Let our concierge help you explore the historic treasures Charlottesville has to offer.
Enjoy our daily Art of Breakfast buffet, turndown service, a customized map, Monticello neighborhood passes, Montpelier admission tickets, and a 10% discount at the Montpelier museum shop.