Hotels near James Monroe Tomb
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Winding over 135 acres of valleys and hills along the James River, the Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia, beckons history buffs. The final resting ground for two American presidents, visitors can meander the grounds to see the James Monroe Tomb and John Tyler Tomb.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near James Monroe Tomb

Red Roof Inn Richmond South
Red Roof Inn Richmond South
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3.3
4350 Commerce Rd, Richmond
from $55
Clarion Hotel Central
Clarion Hotel Central
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3.1
3207 N Boulevard, Richmond
from $51
DoubleTree by Hilton Richmond Downtown
DoubleTree by Hilton Richmond Downtown
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3.8
301 W. Franklin Street, Richmond
from $89
Days Inn Richmond West Broad
Days Inn Richmond West Broad
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4.3
2100 Dickens Rd, Richmond
from $55
Richmond Marriott
Richmond Marriott
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4.1
500 E Broad St, Richmond
from $112
Holiday Inn Richmond South - Bells Road
Holiday Inn Richmond South - Bells Road
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3.7
4303 Commerce Road, Richmond
from $86
Hyatt Place Richmond Airport
Hyatt Place Richmond Airport
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3.8
4401 S Laburnum Avenue, Richmond
from $124
Quality Inn North
Quality Inn North
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2.7
801 E Parham Road, Richmond
from $48
Crowne Plaza Richmond Downtown
Crowne Plaza Richmond Downtown
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4.1
555 E Canal Street, Richmond
from $93
Hampton Inn and Suites Richmond/Glenside
Hampton Inn and Suites Richmond/Glenside
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4.5
5406 Glenside Dr, Richmond
from $109
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Stay Within Reach

Stay within walking distance for easy access to the cemetery. Enjoy spa treatments at the Jefferson Hotel in Richmond, views of the river at Crowne Plaza Richmond, and jumbo hypoallergenic pillows at Doubletree Downtown Richmond, all about a half-mile away. Near the cobblestone streets of historic Shockoe Slip--about 1 mile from the cemetery--the Berkley Hotel and historic Linden Row are boutique hotels with a European flair.

Get In

The cemetery is open to the public year round daily. It tends to be more crowded on national holidays. Book a guided tour to learn more about the historic figures buried there.

Step Back in Time

Originally buried in New York City in 1831, the remains of President James Monroe were moved to his home state of Virginia in 1858. The tomb has an ornate Gothic Revival architecture featuring intricate design work.

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