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VT Hokie News
Let the Games Begin!
Welcome to The Colosseum – Virginia’s first Luxury Sports Condominium Hotel. Professionally managed by world renowned Salamander Hospitality, The Colosseum is an unparalleled combination of the finest amenities and services you want and expect in a luxury hotel. Located in Blacksburg, the Heart of the Hokie Nation, The Colosseum is just a couple of miles from Lane Stadium and Cassell Coliseum with easy access to the 460 By-pass and Interstate 81.
Choose your suite from many different plans and layouts ranging from basic studios to elaborate penthouses then relax in style and comfort. All suites include:
Enjoy a vigorous work out in the fitness center, a relaxing spa treatment, and or a refreshing dip in the pool. Meet up with old friends and family for causal drinks at the full service bar and a spectacular meal in our top rated restaurant or perhaps just call in room service and rest as you prepare for the festivities of the weekend.
When game day arrives, don’t stress. We will take care of all the details. Enjoy pre and post game parties, complimentary stadium transportation, and scrumptious pre-made gourmet tailgate packages ready and waiting for you to take to the game.
The Colosseum is a proud sponsor of Virginia Tech Athletics and the only residential development providing educational scholarships and internships to students at Virginia Tech.
Now accepting reservations; please contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 846-8324.
Life at The Colosseum; Caesar never had it this good!
Virginia Tech picked up their 29th commitment for the 2008 recruiting class, and their 21st in-state recruit, when Ocean Lakes (Virginia Beach) wide receiver Randall Dunn selected the Hokies over North Carolina and in-state rival Virginia.
Dunn, rated the #25 player in the state by TechSideline.com and a three-star recruit, had offers from Virginia Tech, Virginia, PSU, WVU, Connecticut, and UNC. Dunn paid official visits to all but Penn State and West Virginia. He is the latest talented wide receiver the Hokies have landed in a class that is loaded at the position.
Dunn, who has only played a year and a half of football, had 13 touchdown receptions his senior season.
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