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“Downtown Blacksburg”“Comfort Inn Blacksburg provides clean and comfortable accommodations just minutes from Vi
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“The Heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains”“The NEW Holiday Inn Express Troutville - Roanoke is located in Troutville, VA. Explore th
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“Welcome to One of the Best Hotels in Salem, Virginia”“Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains just outside of Roanoke, Virginia, the Holiday Inn Ex
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“Under New Mangement”Karen, Hillsville - “The Knob Hill Motor Lodge has been sold as of October 2012.
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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Roanoke, Virginia!

Roanoke -- capital of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Star City of the South -- was for generations known as Big Lick, a hunting area where wildlife gathered at salt marshes. Eventually the town was renamed "Rawrenock" -- Indian for beads worn and traded by the natives -- when the Shenandoah Valley Railroad brought growth. In 1882, Roanoke became a crossroads for the railroad, eventually becoming the Norfolk and Western Railway. Rapid development led to charter as the City of Roanoke in 1884. Roanoke's historic market remains vibrant as one of the nation's oldest, while still anchoring downtown commerce. Roanoke, now a center for transportation, distribution, trade, manufacturing, health care, entertainment, recreation, attractions and conventions, has three times won the "All-American City" designation.

Roanoke Valley golf courses are among the nation's most scenic, the Appalachian Trail is renowned for hiking allure, and the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway is as popular with cyclists as with motorists. Smith Mountain Lake teems with fishing, sailing, and other water-sports. Annual events include downtown's Railway Festival and the Virginia Championship Chili Cook-off. Among attractions are the Virginia Museum of Transportation, the Mill Mountain Zoo, and the Booker T. Washington National Monument, set in a reconstructed tobacco plantation. The city's most visible attraction is its star, a 100-foot-high illuminated steel and concrete structure, serving as a beacon of friendliness atop Mill Mountain for more than 40 years. Identifying Roanoke as the "Star City of the South," its glow often can be seen for a 60-mile radius and is an aviation landmark. Greater Roanoke has more than 6,000 rooms in lodges, bed and breakfasts, inns, motels, and conference hotels.

We have organized our listings of Roanoke's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Roanoke area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Roanoke
Hotels located in Roanoke, 170 miles west of Virginia's capital city Richmond.
·Blacksburg
Hotels located in Blacksburg, about an hours drive west of Roanoke. This area also includes the city of Christiansburg.
·Salem
Hotels in the city of Salem located northwest of Roanoke. This area also includes the cities of Troutville and Daleville which are located north of Roanoke.
·Martinsville
Hotels located south of Roanoke in the cities of Martinsville and Collinsville.
·Surrounding Communities
Hotel options in communities surrounding the Greater Roanoke area, including Lynchburg, Danville, Hillsville and others.
·Roanoke Airport
Hotels near Roanoke Regional - Woodrum Field Airport (ROA) located 4 miles northwest of the city.

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Area Facts: At the top of Mill Mountain, within the Roanoke city limits, sits a 100-foot tall man-made star symbolizing the city's spirit of progress, and giving Roanoke its nickname, "Star City of the South." The local area code for Roanoke is 540.

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