Virginia Tech has many different options for you to choose from for lodging accommodations for your guests when on campus. We offer traditional style rooms, suite style rooms, and hotel style rooms. All rooms feature extra-long twin mattresses except for Donaldson Brown, which has full size beds.
Our traditional-style rooms are the most common type of buildings on campus. These buildings are non-air conditioned. Each floor will have a central restroom and will be separated by gender, though there is a sink and vanity in all rooms. Beds in these rooms are all bunked, however arrangements can be made to have the beds debunked for your guests.
Traditional style buildings include:
- Ambler Johnston (East and West - certain rooms/floors, AJ rooms are air-conditioned)
- East Campbell
- Main Campbell
- East Eggleston (air-conditioned)
- Main Eggleston
- West Eggleston
- Slusher Wing
- Slusher Tower
Virginia Tech also has suite-style rooms available for conference/camp guests. These buildings are all air conditioned with the exception of one building which is non-air conditioned. Suites are set up two different ways. Most suites have two or three bedrooms that sleep two people that surround a living area and bathroom. All suites have furniture in the living area. The other style of suites features two rooms each that are connected by the bathroom and each room will have a sink and vanity inside.
Suite style buildings include:
- New Residence Hall East
- Cochrane (non-air conditioned)
- Limited number of rooms in East and West Ambler Johnston
The newest type of residence halls on campus are our hotel-style buildings. These buildings feature private bathrooms, central air conditioning, and carpeted floors. These buildings are set up in two different styles. First, rooms are set up as singles with a full size bed, desk and chair, and a dresser or armoire. The second style has two twin size beds with desks and chairs and closets built into the wall.
Hotel style buildings include: