The grand and historic Hotel John Marshall was initially constructed in 1928, located in the center of downtown Richmond, Virginia. At the height of its popularity, celebrities like Elvis Presley, Mary Tyler Moore, and Elizabeth Taylor were frequent guests, staying in the lavish rooms and celebrating in the prestigious event space. At the time, The Virginia Room was one of the largest ballrooms in Richmond and could accommodate up to 1,200 people.
Throughout the years, many additions and renovations have taken place to the Hotel. Some additions include Exhibition Hall in 1938 and Massie Hall in 1955. One of the more recent renovations includes the installation of crushed red velour walls to the main entry in 1978. In 1998 the hotel shuffled into dormancy, ceasing operations.
After years of neglect and severe degradation, the 16-story, 310,537-SF complex receives a complete overhaul, restoring Hotel John Marshall to its original splendor with all the modern conveniences of our current time.
Before and after pictures tell the tale.
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