by Terry Ward
The Bluegreen Vacations Patrick Henry Square Ascend Resort Collection- Williamsburg is perfect for families ready to discover the excitement, history and fun of Williamsburg. Just a short drive from the thrill of Busch Gardens, the Patrick Henry Square Ascend Resort offers beautiful accommodations. Take advantage of your proximity to Colonial Williamsburg Merchant Square, William and Mary’s campus and Great Hopes Plantation. Nearby, you’ll find tons of outlet shopping and entertainment attractions. At the hotel, young families will enjoy a game room for the kids to explore. Free Wi-Fi will keep you connected throughout your stay, and the fitness center is always open. Free parking will keep your costs down. Your room has a coffee maker, dishwasher, living room, refrigerator and sofa sleeper to make you feel right at home.
Our Editor Loves
- Free Wi-Fi
- Full kitchen
- Living room
- Theme Park
- Water Parks
- Water Sports
- Free Wi-Fi
by chet b
We stayed here this past week. Unlike a few other reviews, we had a very good experience. We stayed on the third floor of the 3000 bldg. Aside from the occasional train (which we got used to),the room was quiet,spacious (2 br),and well equipped.The property was also very well kept and the staff attentive. The only downside ,which is a personal preference , is maybe a balcony room.Or a larger public balcony. There was also no high pressure sales as mentioned in a few reviews.
We love the Bluegreen Resorts. This was our first visit to this local location. It’s gorgeous here. Staff is very friendly.
Pros: very close to Busch Gardens and Water Country. Very clean. We had a two bedroom, 900+ sq ft unit. Very spacious. Stayed in the 2000 building, only eight units on the third floor. Pool and game room was easily accessible.
The front desk area has popcorn and snowcones. There is board games, puzzles and dvds to take back to your unit.
Cons: Parking is tight if you have pickup. Unless I missed it, there are no daily activities for the kids. We stayed at the fountains in Orlando and there was always something going on. Being, what I thought, was a more family resort we were surprised at the lack of activities. Either the walls are thin or our neighbors were deaf, because we could hear their tv clear as day as we lay in bed at night.
Overall, we were satisfied.