Stonewall Jackson Hotel

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Stonewall Jackson Hotel
Stonewall Jackson Hotel sign.jpg
The Stonewall Jackson Hotel's red neon sign lit at night as seen from a nearby street
General information
Location 24 S Market St., Staunton, Virginia, USA, 24401
Opening 1924
Design and construction
Architect H.L. Stevens

The Stonewall Jackson Hotel is a historic hotel in Staunton, Virginia, built in 1924. Designed by H.L. Stevens, it is considered an excellent example of the architect's work in the Colonial Revival style.[1] Located in the mezzanine the hotel is the only known working 1924 Wurlitzer Organ.[citation needed] The organ has been precisely restored to it original condition and tone. The hotel's neon sign was erected about 1950, and "has become a major downtown landmark".[1] The hotel completed a major restoration in 2005 and is a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation Historic Hotels of America.[2]

The Stonewall Jackson Hotel is operated by Crestline Hotels and Resorts.


  1. ^ a b Troubetzkoy, Sergei (2004). Staunton. Arcadia Publishing. p. 111. ISBN 978-0-7385-1697-4. 
  2. ^ "The Stonewall Jackson Hotel and Conference Center". Historic Hotels of America. National Trust for Historic Preservation. Retrieved 2007-08-01. 

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Coordinates: 38°8′56.9″N 79°4′13.7″W / 38.149139°N 79.070472°W / 38.149139; -79.070472