Serviced Apartments in Virginia

Planning a business trip to Virginia? Seeking comfort, flexibility, and prime locations for your stay? SilverDoor Apartments is the way forward. Where your corporate travel experience is our top priority. Discover the heart of Virginia while feeling right at home with us.

Top Cities in Virginia

All you need to know about Virginia

Virginia Key Facts

The site of the first English colony in the world, Virginia is the birthplace of modern America as we know it. With its capital Richmond and other cities like McLean and Arlington attracting international business travellers year round, Virginia remains relevant in the modern world. In addition to having a booming agriculture industry, Virginia’s economy is closely intertwined with federal and military organisations. The US Department of Defence is a major employer in the state, not least as Virginia is home to the Pentagon. Famously, Virginia is also home to the CIA branch in Langley. For short or extended business trips to the Old Dominion state, our serviced apartments in Virginia are unsurpassed. With a range of one-, two-, and three bedroom furnished apartments available, Virginia corporate housing with SilverDoor is the natural option for staying on business.

  • State capital: Richmond
  • State Population: 8.5 million 
  • Time Zone: EDT (UTC -4)
  • Key Industries: Agriculture, Technology, Service

Key Cities in Virginia

Richmond

Virginia Travel Guide: Planning Your Visit 

Our serviced apartments offer business travellers a seamless gateway to the heart of the Old Dominion State. With prime locations across the state, we provide the ideal base for both short-term and long-term stays. Let us be your guide to unlocking the treasures of Virginia, ensuring you experience the charm, culture, and hospitality this great state has to offer.

Things to do in Virginia

Lovers of history and the outdoors will enjoy all Virginia has to offer. As one of the oldest European settlements in the USA, there’s plenty to discover.

Shenandoah National Park – Covering over 79,000 acres and spanning eight Virginia counties, Shenandoah National Park is an expanse of wilderness bordering the Shenandoah River. With mountains, streams, camping grounds and spectacular views, nowhere better encapsulates Virginia’s natural beauty.

The Roanoke Star – The East coast’s equivalent of the Hollywood Sign, the Roanoke Star is the world’s largest freestanding illuminated star and makes for quite a sight. Originally installed in 1949 for Christmas, the star became so popular that it is now illuminated every night for all to see.

Chrysler Museum of Art – One of Virginia’s finest art galleries, the Chrysler Museum of Art located in Norfolk contains most of Walter Chrysler Junior’s collection. With 30,00 objects spanning over 5,000 years of history, and including works from Rubens, Cezanne, Rodin, Hopper and many more, a visit to this free museum is essential.

Transport in Virginia

Virginia benefits from having five international airports, with Washington Dulles and Reagan Washington serving the north, and Richmond, Newport, and Norfolk serving the remainder.

While commuter buses and Amtrak services are frequent across the state, only 4.4% of Virginians rely on public transport for commuting. Consequently, most travel by car. A negative consequence of this is that traffic in the state is amongst the worst in the USA – so it’s best to head off early when commuting to business meetings and offices from your Virginia serviced apartment.

Things to know when visiting Virginia

As soon as you arrive in Virginia, you’ll be greeted with countless slogans proclaiming that ‘Virginia is for Lovers’. This is the official state slogan and part of its national identity – so don’t be surprised if you end up bringing a mug or t-shirt home with you sporting the phrase.

Virginia’s population is growing. The state is ranked 13th in the country for population growth, with a growth rate of 1.15%. This is great news for Virginia’s economy, which remains robust thanks to its evergreen industries in shipbuilding, agriculture, and government organisations.

Much like fellow US state Georgia, Virginia is famed for its love of peanuts. Larger and crunchier than those of other states, Virginia peanuts are incredibly popular – and are usually the variety eaten at baseball games. This impregnable industry even increased in sales during the pandemic, making it a staple of the Virginian economy.

Virginia’s climate is very humid, experiencing hot summers and mild winters. Due to its coastal location and mountain ranges, this climate does vary across the state so be prepared for weather changes if you’re on the move. Consequently, the state is also prone to hurricanes and cyclones. Thankfully, our selection of serviced apartments in Georgia have heating and air condition in equal measure meaning you can adjust to the climate as required.

  • Why choose a serviced apartment in Virginia with SilverDoor?

    Serviced apartments in Virginia make travelling on business as comfortable as possible. With spacious, dedicated living spaces and all you need to live a self-sufficient lifestyle according to your schedule, Virginia corporate housing options are ideal for business travellers. With hotel-style amenities such as housekeeping and often additional on-site features such as gyms and conference spaces, furnished apartments in Virginia set the gold standard for business travellers.

  • Why choose SilverDoor Apartments?

    With SilverDoor, your stay in a Virginia serviced apartment is taken care of. Walking you through every step of the booking process, our teams are also on hand 24 hours a day to provide whatever support you may require. We have over twenty years of corporate housing experience and as impartial agents with no properties of our own, we’ll always secure the best apartment, rates, and terms as possible on your behalf.

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