Williamsburg’s style stems from post-Revolutionary America. Its décor is reminiscent of that of the grander homes in Virginia, like Washington's Mount Vernon. Furnishings include a Chinese Chippendale queen four-poster bed with bed hangings in a Colonial Williamsburg floral print of red, white and blue. The beautiful blue porcelain-tiled bath includes a Queen Anne vanity and seven-foot shower with multiple showerheads and body sprays. A glass-enclosed sunroom with Jacuzzi, where guests can relax and bathe in complete privacy, offers an ocean view. The antique fireplace boasts delft windmill tiles from Holland. Williamsburg blue cabinetry and walls feature hand carving. Sharing a private hallway entrance from the rest of the mansion, Williamsburg can be sold as a two-bedroom suite along with Federal.
Federal takes its décor from the patriotic period in American history after the Revolutionary war, when Europe was under the rule of Napoleon, and the influence of the French Empire style is also evident. Characteristic of this period was the use of medallions, eagle motifs, the Napoleonic bee and strong reds, blues and golds. The room has a queen-sized iron bed with swagged full canopy in rich blue and red striped damask. The fireplace, with its Federal-styled pictorial tile reflects colonial tradespeople and is flanked with niches of ornately carved plaster shells. The oversized private marble bath includes a beautiful commode and built-in sink, double Jacuzzi, full separate shower and private toilet area. Sharing a private hallway entrance from the rest of the mansion, Federal can be sold as a two-bedroom suite along with Williamsburg.
Typical of the French countryside, French Provincial is a two-level room. The bathroom, highlighted by hand-hewn blue tiles, an exquisite hand-painted pedestal sink, oversized separate shower and large Jacuzzi tub overlooking the ocean, is entered from the lower level’s foyer. The bedroom, several steps above the foyer, features slanted 12-foot-high ceilings, a gas stove and beautifully carved queen-sized provincial bed. The cozy, nest-like room features an ocean view and is decorated in navy and white with a floral carpet, complementary drapery and bed hanging fabrics.
Colonial features an exterior entrance on the first floor of the hotel, and provides a semiprivate deck overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and The Chanler’s lush lawns and gardens. The room's personality is characteristic of the styles prevalent in the thirteen original British colonies. It features a magnificent four-poster, queen-sized iron canopy bed, a four-foot barrier-free shower with multiple showerheads and body jets, antique wide planked pine floors, and beautiful colonial chandeliers of bronze and tin. The room's antique fireplace with ornamental mantel and over-mantel features hand-painted tiles from the 18th century. Room is also handicap accessible.
An oversized suite with vaulted ceilings inspired by medieval Europe, which was populated with huge stone castles with pointed arches, iron grate-work and knights in coats of chain mail. The fabrics, in deep purple, gold and green, along with stone-patterned wall covering, help achieve the look one might expect when entering a king's castle. The open-planned room has a living area, complete with couch and chairs in front of the impressive stone mantle, over which hangs an original oil painting of a knight and maiden. An imposing, Gothic-arched, king-sized wrought iron bed with sheer canopy is the centerpiece of the room, along with an in-room, enclosed double Jacuzzi tub decorated with pointed Gothic arches reminiscent of a medieval carriage. A step-down private bath includes a large skylight and black bath fixtures to complement a purple marbled shower.
The American Empire is an inherently opulent style that originated in France under Napoleon and was characterized by the use of imperial Roman ornamentation and decoration. The junior suite is divided into two distinct areas, a living room area and bedroom. On one side is the sitting area that features, under its own alcove, a large Jacuzzi. The bedroom portion of the room enjoys an ocean view from a large window. The large, queen-sized sleigh bed is placed at an angle and faces the focal point of the room, the unusual and beautiful antique slate mantel, with built-in TV above it, and inlaid cameo tiles in colors that complement the room. The room is carpeted with warm-toned carpet of red, green and gold. The window and door are decorated with hand-painted decorations and medallions - prevalent in Empire style. The impressive sleigh bed is draped with fine red, green and gold iridescent silk, and the oversized bath includes triple showerheads, private toilet and bidet room, all in a gold-colored granite.
English Tudor is one of our larger suites that boasts beautifully carved woodwork with traditional linen-fold oak panels and handcrafted stucco walls. Perhaps our most masculine room, the huge four-poster leather king bed sits on a raised platform floor of antique wide-planked oak and sites under a carved cornice on the ceiling. The living area of the room features a suede couch and overstuffed chair facing the oak paneled wall with built-in television above the antique Tudor-style fireplace. A centerpiece of the room is an in-room, six-foot Jacuzzi tub enclosed within oak cabinetry that features Tudor-style grates. The step-down bathroom, decorated in rich Emperador dark brown marble, includes a make up vanity area and a large shower with multiple showerheads and body jets.
This signature room features neoclassical lines from the French perspective. Louis XVI’s furniture style is a total juxtaposition from Louis XV’s, with exaggerated curves and c-scrolls returning to straight lines, often reeded, as in the English Regency period. Other notable differences include the use of lighter and more feminine colors - pale blues and creams - while remaining ornate with much gilding. This large room features hand-painted leaf and ribbon designs copied from a chateau in Normandy, and stunning crystal chandeliers. The king-sized bed features a hand-painted gold-leafed finish and is wrapped in voluminous aqua brocade draperies. The window décor includes hand-painted cornice treatments in the sitting area, which overlooks the ocean and mansion’s lawns. A large walkout deck provides an outdoor lounging area. The vanilla-colored marbled bath boasts a double Jacuzzi, large shower with multiple showerheads and body jets, pedestal sink and crystal chandelier. The room features four crystal chandeliers and a small antique writing desk dating from the 19th century. Use of Egyptian motifs like the sphinx and other animals, as well as chinoiserie, japanned furniture and bronzed or gilded appliqués, is reflected in the rooms elaborate décor.
Truly fit for a king or queen, Regency is entered from an exterior entrance overlooking the mansion’s lawn, gardens, and the Atlantic Ocean. The personality of the room is quite formal, with furnishings reminiscent of French and English royalty. Splashed with rich, regal colors of crimson and gold, Regency is fashioned from the same named period, which began in the early 19th century during the reign of King George III and continued through the reign of King George IV to 1830. The room features a faux-carved ceiling, elegant king-sized bed crowned with a gilded corona from which beautiful silk curtains hang. Several oil portraits of subjects from the Regency period adorn the room. The marble bathroom features a beautiful sink encased in a French styled chest, as well as a large door-less shower with arched entrance, multiple showerheads and body jets, and an adjoining, luxurious double Jacuzzi tub.