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We stayed here for 2 months because of water damage to our home. The staff was wonderful and Matthew knew our names by the time we came downstairs the night we checked in. Seme and Esther make a wonderful breakfast that is more variety of...More
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Thank Erin V
Response from Jessica E, General Manager at Hyatt Place Richmond / ArboretumResponded 13 December 2017
Dear Erin V,
Thank you so much for the lovely review on our hotel! We enjoyed having you and your family with us. One will never be disappointed with the customer service at the Hyatt Place Richmond Arboretum. We are known for our amazing team...More
It should take you about 6 hours via I-95 N or 6.5 hours if you go via Charlotte (I-77 then I-85). If you are not in a hurry, the second route has better sightseeing/lunch-stop options. If you like BBQ and leave... More
It should take you about 6 hours via I-95 N or 6.5 hours if you go via Charlotte (I-77 then I-85). If you are not in a hurry, the second route has better sightseeing/lunch-stop options. If you like BBQ and leave Batesburg-Leesville in the morning you can stop for lunch at Mac’s Speed Shop in Greensboro, NC. Or even better, go a bit farther and hit Backyard BBQ Pit in Durham! Then go for a post-meal walk at Sarah P. Duke Gardens. Worth the detour.