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Southern Hospitality at its Finest


National Geographic's Top 150 Hotels in North America

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Southern Hospitality at its Finest


National Geographic's Top 150 Hotels in North America

A Destination

The General Francis Marion Hotel, once said to be the most elegant lodging establishment in Southwestern Virginia, reopened in February, 2006. After almost two years of renovation and restoration, the grand old hotel was reborn with the comfort, convenience and amenities of a modern hotel while retaining the ambiance of the 1920's.

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A Stay Like No Other


Beds so soft and service so graceful, you will not want to leave.

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A Stay Like No Other


Beds so soft and service so graceful, you will not want to leave.

 

The beds beckon you to sweet slumber with incredibly comfortable premium mattresses, 316-thread count Egyptian cotton linens, hypo-allergenic pillows, and imported Anichini Matelasse bed covers on our king and queen-size beds.

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Grab a Seat at the Black Rooster


Every plate achieves that elusive, cuisine-defining balance of sweet, salty, and sour — even dessert.

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Grab a Seat at the Black Rooster


Every plate achieves that elusive, cuisine-defining balance of sweet, salty, and sour — even dessert.

 

The Black Rooster gets its name from the original floor tile motif  in the upper mezzanine Card Room which features the trademark black rooster with a bubbling cocktail.  Legend has it that the black rooster was code during Prohibition for “Drinks Served Here”.  In the ballroom, the original walnut paneling and oak floor are still intact, as is the terrazzo floor on all three lobby floors, the hotel registration desk, switchboard, and a display cabinet – which is now used as a reception station inside The Black Rooster Restaurant.

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