Virginia, June 24, 2014: Most cities in the US can trace their roots as far back as the 18th century. There are a few, however, whose history go as far back as the start of the 17th century. Such cities are a rarity and are unique in the sense that they have much of history within them. One such city is the city of Hampton in Virginia. 

Hampton is considered to be an independent city located within the southeastern end of the Virginia Peninsula. With roots tracing back to 1607, it comes as no surprise that tourists and local residents alike have found it to be historically fascinating. That being said, a visit to Hampton is never complete without dropping by such attractions as the Downtown Hampton Historic District, the Hampton History Museum, the War Memorial Stadium, and the Emancipation Oak. Of course, it is also worthwhile to see such places as the Air Power Park, the Buckroe Fishing Pier, the Charles Taylor Arts Centre, the Gosnold Hope Park, the Hampton Plaza, and the St. John’s Church. 

Since you have a lot of places to visit, you might need to make sure that you have a place to stay in for at least three or more days. Fortunately, there are a number of hotels in Hampton, VA that you can rest your tired feet in. One of these hotels near Hampton University is the Coliseum Inn Hampton VA. Guests of the said hotel can take advantage of such amenities as free coffee, use of the copy and fax machine, access to seasonal outdoor pool, free hot breakfast, free access to high speed Internet, and access to cable TV. Each of the rooms also come with hair dryer, A/C unit, coffee maker, microwave, and refrigerator. Elevators are also equipped with braille system for the visually impaired. 

For more information about Coliseum Inn Hampton VA, you can head to . A small reservation form can be found at the left-hand side of the page which would allow you to book a room for your next vacation. 

For Media Contact:
Coliseum Inn Hampton VA
1916 Coliseum Dr Hampton, Virginia 23666
Phone: (757) 827-5052