Richmond Marriott

Richmond, VA Hotel
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ChainMarriott International Hotels
Marriott Hotels
Total Meeting Space2,500 sq. m
Guest Rooms410
500 East Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23219

Richmond Marriott

Richmond, VA Hotel
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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Calls (Toll-Free)
  • Concierge Services
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Rental Car Service
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Video Conference
  • VIP Services

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Indoor Pool
  • Spa or Salon

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance Floor
  • Loading Dock
  • Staging Area

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space2,500 sq. m
Meeting Rooms6
Largest Room1,402 sq. m
Second Largest Room1,120 sq. m
Space (Private)2,787 sq. m
Exhibit Space3,000 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms410
Singles (1 Bed)130
Doubles (2 Beds)261
Single (1 Bed) Rate$132.00 – $359.00
Double (2 Beds) Rate$142.00 – $369.00
Tax Rate5.3%
Occupancy Rate8%



Local Attractions

State Capitol

Historical Landmark
5 blocks away
Virginia Capitol is a living landmark to American self-government. Since 1788, it has been home to the General Assembly, the oldest legislature continuously operating in the Western Hemisphere. Designed by Thomas Jefferson, the Capitol was the first public building in the New World constructed in the Monumental Classical style; it has served as a prototype for countless capitols, courthouses, municipal buildings, and even churches and residences for more than 200 years.
9th & Grace Street
Richmond, VA, US 23219

Kings Dominion

30 mi. away
Kings Dominion is an amusement park in Doswell, Virginia 20 miles north of Richmond and 75 miles south of Washington, DC, off Interstate 95.
16000 Theme Park Way
Doswell, VA, US 23047

Richmond Coliseum

Convention Center
1 block away
Every year, The Richmond Coliseum plays host to some of the world’s most exciting events. Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus, Harlem Globetrotters, Disney on Ice, Monster Trucks, Arena Football Home Team Richmond Raiders and Arena Racing to name a few. Why not experience all this fun with 10, 15, 20 or 50 of your closest friends?
601 East Leigh Street
Richmond, VA, US 23219

Black History Museum

5 blocks away
The Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia is changing its operations, in order to focus all our efforts on our move to the Leigh Street Armory. After April 6, 2013, the Black History Museum will no longer be able to accept walk-in visitors, nor will it conduct tours. “This is all part of the evolution of the Museum in order to better serve the interests of the community,” said Maureen Elgersman Lee, the BlackHistoryMuseum’s executive director. “We have listened to our members, donors, and friends, and we are excited about becoming a more vibrant, engaging, and accessible institution. With our new facility on West Leigh Street, we will have even more space for exhibitions, programming and community meetings. We will return to the community as the Commonwealth’s premiere center for African-American history and culture.” The Museum expects renovations to be complete in late 2014, with a grand opening in February 2015.
5221 Brook Road
Richmond, VA, US 23237

Greater Richmond Convention Center

Convention Center
3 minutes away
The Greater Richmond Convention Center is Virginia's largest exposition and meeting facility. The Center brings hundreds of thousands of visitors into the metropolitan area each year. We invite you to explore the Greater Richmond Convention Center and our vast capabilities. Whether it's large or small - simple or multi-faceted, our customer service and attention to detail will ensure that your event will surpass your every expectation.
403 North 3rd Street
Richmond, VA, US 23219

Richmond CenterStage

1 block away
The doors to “serious fun” are open at Richmond CenterStage – the region’s new performing arts complex located in the heart of downtown Richmond. The 179,000-square foot facility, with its diverse programs, welcomes talent from around the corner and around the world that will astound and inspire audiences of all ages. With its wildly successful Grand Opening in September 2009 that showcased amazing performers from ten local groups in front of a sell-out crowd, Richmond CenterStage is off to a great start. There’s something for everyone at CenterStage, with three performance venues, a visual arts gallery and an interactive education facility. The cornerstone of our Grace Street performing arts complex is the fully renovated, historic Carpenter Theatre. This grand theater has nearly 1,800 comfortable, spacious seats, state-of-the-art acoustics and brilliant lighting, including new fiber optics that enhance the ceiling’s sparkling stars. As the Carpenter Theatre celebrates 81 years of bringing entertainment to Richmond, Richmond CenterStage is excited that the space has been restored for new audiences to enjoy. Added on to the Carpenter Theatre is Dorothy Pauley Square. On the first floor, multi-purpose venue Rhythm Hall features local performing artists and an array of activities, concerts and community gatherings. Attached to Rhythm Hall is Showcase Gallery, a visual arts space where audiences can gather before or after a show. Just upstairs is Gottwald Playhouse, a 200-seat theater that provides an intimate venue for local performers and audiences to experience the arts. The Genworth BrightLights Education Center, located on the third floor, includes classrooms, rehearsal space and a state-of-the-art digital center where students K-12 from Richmond and the surrounding counties can learn all aspects of the arts – from playwriting and performing to stage design and video editing – and use the arts to enhance their learning of core subjects. While much of the learning will go on in the education center, as the program grows the BrightLights Education Initiative will extend into schools, libraries, community centers and homes via our Digital Arts Learning Center. Pictures and words cannot do it justice, so come see for yourself and experience all that CenterStage has to offer!
111 Virginia Street
Richmond, VA, US 23219

VA Museum of Fine Arts

15 minutes away
Serving Virginia, looking out to the world: The development of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts In the midst of the Great Depression, on January 16, 1936, Virginia's political and business leaders bravely demonstrated their faith in the future and their belief in the value of art by opening the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. The English Renaissance-style headquarters building designed by Peebles and Ferguson Architects of Norfolk barely hinted at the innovative mandate given to the fledgling institution: the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts was to serve as the state's flagship art museum and as the headquarters for an educational network that would bring the best of world art, past and present, to every corner of the commonwealth. The idea of a state-operated art museum in Richmond, and the beginnings of an unusual partnership between private donors and state legislators, actually surfaced long before the new museum was built. In 1919, Judge John Barton Payne, a prominent Virginian who held high offices in law and national politics, donated his entire collection of 50 paintings to the commonwealth. Gifts of art to the state from other donors soon followed, and in 1932 Judge Payne proposed a $100,000 challenge grant to build a museum for this burgeoning public art collection. The challenge was accepted by Virginia Governor John Garland Pollard. He not only helped to raise funds from private donors, but also promoted the use of state revenues to support the new museum's operating expenses. Virginia's General Assembly approved legislation authorizing the museum on March 27, 1934. With additional funds from the Federal Works Projects Administration, Judge Payne's dream became a reality. Building the
2800 Grove Ave
Richmond, VA, US 23221

Dominion Performing Arts Center Stage

111 Virginia Street
Richmond, VA, US 23219

Getting Here

Easy access from many interstate connectors such has I95.


  • Paid Parking$17.00 / day
  • Valet Parking$27.00 / day
  • Street Parking
  • Bus Parking

Distance from Airport

  • 11.27 km from Venue


The Richmond Marriott is the largest hotel in the Richmond metropolitan area, and the only full-service Marriott in downtown Richmond, the capital city of the Comonwealth of Virginia. The hotel features 405 guestrooms, 5 suites, and over 27,000 sq. ft. of function space, including the 15,000 sq. ft. Grand Ballroom, the largest hotel ballroom in the Richmond area. We are ideally-situated adjacent to the Greater Richmond Convention Center, convenient to the Capitol of the Commonwealth, Shockoe Slip nightlife, and various corporate anchor locations including Bank of America, Meadwestvaco, SunTrust and the US Federal Reserve Bank.


High Season
Shoulder Season
Low Season
Dec 1 – Dec 31

Cancellation Policy

48 Hours

Additional Information

Many local attractions are near by the hotel and the hotel has a sky bridge connecting the hotel to over 700,000 square feet of function space.