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Where to stay in Richmond for Redskins Training Camp

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The Redskins Training Camp, scheduled for July 30 through August 16, is expected to bring over thousands of out-of-town Redskins fans to the Richmond area.

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Located on West Leigh Street, the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center not only hosts the 'Skins for three weeks, but is also situated near many other interesting Richmond sites, including the Science Museum of Virginia and Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. If you plan on making the trip to Richmond to watch Training Camp and meet your favorite players, make sure you book your hotel early and take advantage of these great lodging deals in order to make the most of your visit:

If you want to stay in a suite downtown...

You may want to check out the Commonwealth Park Suites Hotel. It's located near the training center and steps from the State Capitol. Wake up with coffee and a complimentary newspaper in a King or Double Suite at this 3-Diamond rated hotel, plus a full hot breakfast buffet for two

Available July 29 through August 17.

Call (804) 343-7300 for details and reservations.

Or check out a special package just for Redskins fans…

The Crowne Plaza® Richmond Downtown has special perks just for fans. Guests in King or Double rooms get a complimentary hot breakfast buffet for two and self-parking. Call 1- 855-472-7802.

For more great lodging options and Redskins Training Camp hotel deals, visit http://www.visitrichmondva.com/where-to-stay/deals-packages/ 

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