The Jefferson Hotel in Richmond, Virginia features remnants of old style bathrooms and telephones
Inside the Jefferson Hotel (Richmond, Virginia), there is a creative (i.e., assortment and range of architectural styles) approach. Every room is awash in light from stained glass windows and surfaces are cloaked in deep colors. The hotel’s two-tiered, 36-step grand staircase is said to have inspired the staircase sequence in the film Gone With The Wind.
The Jefferson Hotel is a luxury hotel in Richmond, Virginia, opened in 1895. In 1969, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Designed in the Spanish Baroque Style, patrons have included thirteen United States presidents, writers, and celebrities.
As a centerpiece for the upper lobby, there a life-size image of Thomas Jefferson from Carrara marble.