In the News
Hotel Laurance is honored with several Travel Myth awards for 2021
According to Teavel Myth's hotel search algorithm, Hotel Laurance is now ranked as the top hotel in Luray and is also featured in 9 of our collections (small, accessible, dog friendly, family, 5 star, golf, luxury, parking, wedding)
Hotels Combined recognizes Hotel Laurance amongst the best hotels in the United States
HotelsCombined, the Australian-based hotel price comparison website owned by KAYAK, has selected Hotel Laurance to receive the official Recognition of Excellence Award. This selection has come from HotelsCombined’s extensive surveys using data from millions of guest reviews for a wide range of accommodation within the United States.
The Hotel Guide Fall Edition Features Hotel Laurance
The Hotel Guide highlights US and international travel, wellness travel, experiences, cruses and more. As the Hotel Guide celebrates it's 25th anniversary the guide's Publisher visits Hotel Laurance. "The uniqueness of the property and its exquisite interior design have redefined the standard of lodging in the area..."
Hotel Laurance Named Virginia boutique Hotel of the Year
Hotel Laurance named Virginia boutique hotel of the year by Travel & HospitalityTravel and Hospitality Awards are a recognition of the hard work and accomplishments across the travel industry. Recognising hotels, tour companies, travel buyers and influencers across six continents, it is a stamp of recognition for long-standing customer satisfaction.
Hotel Laurance Mentioned in the Porter Review
If you plan on staying in Luray after visiting the caverns, Hotel Laurance, a newly-renovated historic 12-room boutique hotel, is just a mile down the road. Built in 1883, every room has a unique layout and offers a beautiful traditional interior. The rooms feel very spacious and many come with a full kitchen, making it perfect for an extended stay...
Hotel Laurance in the Spotlight in Nothern Virginia Magazine, Making Home Away From Home in Luray
This luxury hotel run by Loudoun resident Melinda Kramer just went through a renovation that brings patrons clean, modern decor with a cozy, inviting welcome, a far cry from its original purpose as a mercantile establishment in 1830...