In the heart of the Colonial Historic Area. Just steps from the action, Williamsburg Lodge will be the venue of AMTA 2018 Symposium

Williamsburg Lodge
310 South England Street,
Williamsburg, VA 23185 US


Williamsburg Lodge (Conference Venue)
Woodlands Hotel (Govt. Rate)

Accommodations are offered at Williamsburg Lodge (Conference Venue) and also at a companion hotel - Woodlands Hotel and Suites offering Government Per Diem rates for Government employees. A block of rooms have been reserved for guests attending AMTA 2018 and will be available until September 30, 2021 or until the group room block is sold out, whichever comes first.

To make reservations please contact Mary Ellen Vegter at:, 562-860-8180 Direct Line or 562-972-0225 Cell Phone

The Williamsburg Lodge offers two room types: Deluxe and Superior. 

  • The Deluxe rooms ($164/night) offer two queen beds or one king bed.
  • The Superior rooms ($135/night) offer 1 single queen bed, (a limited number of these rooms are available on first come - first served basis) SOLD OUT !! 

The Woodlands Hotel offers rooms at Government Per Diem rates

  • Government employees must present I.D at check-in to receive government per diem rate ($108/night)
  • Includes Complimentary Continental Breakfast
  • The Woodlands Hotel is located 1.1 miles from the Conference Hotel, a 15 – 20 minute walk (MAP).

Colonial Williamsburg operates a complimentary shuttle bus from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily looping around the Historic Area, The Woodlands Hotel and The Williamsburg Lodge.  This shuttle bus makes regular stops at the Woodlands Hotel and the Williamsburg Lodge approximately every 20 minutes.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Mary Ellen Vegter at:
Direct Line: 562-860-8180
Cell Phone: 562-972-0225



There are three airports nearby: Newport News (PHF), Richmond (RIC), Norfolk (ORF).

Ground Transportation

All major rental car companies are located in the three airports (PHF, RIC and ORF) Taxi service is available from all three airports above.


Williamsburg was the thriving capital of Virginia when the dream of American freedom and independence was taking shape and the colony was a rich and powerful land stretching west to the Mississippi River and north to the Great Lakes. For 81 formative years, from 1699 to 1780, Williamsburg was the political, cultural, and educational center of what was then the largest, most populous, and most influential of the American colonies. It was here that the fundamental concepts — responsible leadership, a sense of public service, self-government, and individual liberty — were nurtured under the leadership of patriots such as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, George Mason, and Peyton Randolph. Learn more about Colonial Williamsburg at

Enjoy a relaxing escape in the heart of Colonial Williamsburg, the inviting lodge boasts a world-class restaurant and convenient access to spa and golf recreation amenities. Admission ticket discounts and special daily events are just the beginning of the exclusive benefits you’ll enjoy as the hotel guest.