There is no shortage of options for staying in Virginia Beach Hotels for your next East Coast beach getaway. You can always find a place that fits your budget and personality from luxurious amenities, gorgeous views, a spot under the stars, or right on the sand; your choice will be so perfect you might want to stay longer.
Finding a place to stay should feel more than a place to store your luggage or booking a rate. It should be about searching for a perfect spot to emerge yourself in life at the beach, soaking the views, the sun, the adventures, and the fun, then waking up in your favorite accommodation.
To confirm your reservations at one of Virginia Beach Hotels, a credit card, money order, or check may be required. Make sure to inquire about early checkouts, cancellation policies, refunds, and any fees associated with your stay as policies vary from one hotel to another.
If you take the train or bus to Virginia Beach, Amtrak is available, and the bus is serviced by Greyhound.
If you are traveling to Virginia Beach by air, Norfolk International Airport is serviced by most major US carriers, and you can get to the oceanfront by the airport shuttle at approximately $45.00. Newport News/Williamsburg International also services the area, with car rentals and taxi, but there is no direct public transportation to Virginia Beach.
If you are driving to Virginia Beach from northwest of the Hampton Roads region, take a faster alternate route through, I-664 Monitor Merrimac Memorial Bridge Tunnel that will take you directly to the oceanfront.
If you are approaching from the west, take Interstate 64, U.S. 460 or U.X. 58, but if you are from the north or south, Interstates 85 or 95, U.S. 13, and U.S. 17 is convenient routes to take.
Virginia Beach hotels
Consider a two-bedroom condo or villa if you have more than four people in your party or a hotel suite or one-bedroom condo if you have four or less people in your party. Search for Virginia Beach hotels to find great deals. Find out the hotel “rating” before booking a reservation because while $69 might seem a good deal but not for a 1-Star Motel.
Find out the amenities and activities provided at a hotel. If you are traveling with children, choose a hotel with easy access to restaurants and children’s activities.
Most hotels may require three or four-day minimum stay, including holidays and weekends. They may require 72 hours notice for departure date changes. Before making reservations, make sure you inquire about the rates because it is impossible to ensure that published rates will not change as the publisher has no control over the factors associated with it.