In the early years of the hotel, the Colonnade Ballroom was a popular spot for special events
hosted by the Shenandoah Valley society, such as weddings and cotillion balls. The ballroom's floors, moldings and detailed ironwork have all been restored.
In the area of the Colonnade Ballroom which is now serves as the hotel's restaurant, the ceiling has been raised to its original height, providing guests with an airy dining area and ample light.
The accommodations at the Stonewall Jackson are located in two seamlessly-conjoined sections. The first is the hotel's historic wing, where hallways and entryways have been preserved to their original configuration. Additional rooms in the new wing allow for the hotel to welcome more guests and host small meetings, groups and weddings.
Other aspects of the expansion of the Stonewall Jackson include the addition of the porte-cochere, 4,453 sq. feet of meeting and event space, a business center, indoor pool and fitness facility, and gift shop.
As a result of this major renovation project, the Stonewall Jackson Hotel & Conference Center has been recognized by the National Trust Historic Hotels of America for its historic and architectural significance.