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Viceroy Washington DC
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Kimpton Hotel Monaco Washington DC, an IHG Hotel
Hotel Pentagon
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How much are vacation packages to West Virginia?
With a Travelocity vacation package, you could paint the town red in West Virginia for as low as $279. Flights, hotels and experiences — we’ve got you covered. You can save some cash just by bundling together your bookings. With everything taken care of before leaving, you won’t have a care in the world.
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for West Virginia?
Travelocity will be able to help you find a terrific West Virginia package deal. With 400 airlines and 1,000,000 properties across the globe, we’re sure you’ll find one that works for you.
Why should I purchase my West Virginia vacation package via Travelocity?
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Can I save on my West Virginia car rental if I book it with my hotel or flight?
You sure can with our West Virginia vacation packages. With one of these, there are plenty of ways to stretch your budget further. Combine any two or more car, hotel, flight and tour bookings and see the savings start to add up. With your own set of wheels, all the main sights around West Virginia are within your reach.
What is the best time of year to go to West Virginia?
are the months when most travelers visit, while are usually less busy. If you’re traveling on a limited budget, contemplate visiting in . is usually regarded as the most costly time to come here.
Which airport is best for West Virginia?
If you’re planning to fly into West Virginia, you’ll likely be landing at Greenbrier Valley Airport (LWB) or North Central West Virginia Airport (CKB).
What is there to do in West Virginia?
West Virginia has hidden gems at every corner, but make sure you plan a visit to both Keith Albee Theatre and Huntington Museum of Art while you’re here. These attractions can’t be missed.
Can I go on vacation to West Virginia at this time?
Discover all the info you need to know about travel restrictions and quarantine policies before you fly to West Virginia. Our Covid-19 Travel Advisor is full of advice to help make your vacation as smooth and carefree as possible.

Where to stay in West Virginia: Best areas for travelers

  • Charleston: If your ideal escape includes being in the great outdoors, this destination will tick all the boxes. Enjoy the scenery at Kanawha State Forest, then wander over to Dunbar Park. Breathe in the fresh air at Daniel Boone Park and Nitro City Park if you have the time. Nature buffs will also enjoy Jefferson Park and Ridenour Memorial Park. Top-rated hotels here include the Four Points by Sheraton Charleston, the Ramada by Wyndham Charleston and the Quality Inn & Suites.
  • Martinsburg: Turn back time while in this historical destination. Get lost in its fascinating past at renowned landmarks such as Adam Stephen House, Rumsey Monument and Belle Boyd House. When you've finished seeing the sights, lay down your weary head at the Heritage Inn, the Holiday Inn Martinsburg or the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Martinsburg.
  • Morgantown: If you're eager for a nature fix, this is the place for you. Morgantown is jampacked with wonderful natural attractions, from Coopers Rock State Forest to Earl L. Core Arboretum and West Virginia Botanic Garden. After a big day out, put your feet up at The Scholar Hotel- Morgantown, the Clarion Hotel Morgan or the Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place. You'll need your energy to get out and explore other excellent sights such as Cathedral State Park, Cannon Hill and Cranesville Swamp Natural Area.
  • Bridgeport: With plenty of interesting things to do and see here, you'll have earned a solid night's sleep by the time the sun sets. The SpringHill Suites Bridgeport Clarksburg, the TownePlace Suites Bridgeport Clarksburg or the Best Western Plus Bridgeport Inn are some of the best places to put your feet up after a long day of exploring Philippi Covered Bridge and Watters Smith Memorial State Park. Be sure to visit Tygart Lake State Park, Pricketts Fort State Park, Valley Worlds of Fun and Sunny Croft Country Club too.
  • Beckley: Do you like staying in the city center but also desire access to nature too? Some of the places you should stop by during your getaway here are New River Gorge National River and Hawks Nest State Park. If you're yearning for more time around Mother Nature, don't forget about Summit National Scout Reserve, White Oak Rail Trail (Oak Hill Trail), Little Beaver State Park and Kaymoor Miners Trail either. All of that time outdoors and dashing around will be tiring, so lay your head at someplace comfortable like the Courtyard by Marriott Beckley, the Hotel Beckley West or the Econo Lodge Beckley.