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Best Boutique Hotels for a Virginia Beach Getaway

Virginia Beach is one of the best family destinations by the sea in the entire USA. Whether you want to stroll along the boardwalk, take a swim in a hotel pool or the Atlantic Ocean, explore the beautiful nature of the area, or enjoy some summertime concerts, this coastal city has something to offer everyone.

The best way to enjoy your Virginia Beach getaway is with affordable boutique hotels that will make you feel right at home. Check out the best five boutique hotels in Virginia Beach and book your summer trip.

Oceanfront Inn

The Oceanfront Inn puts you within walking distance from both the Virginia Beach coastline and downtown shopping and dining. Book one of the spacious, elegantly designed rooms here, which feature flat screen TVs and Wi-Fi, and enjoy the beach right at your door, or in colder weather, the hotel’s indoor pool. End your day with a meal at the on-site cozy Neptune’s Diner. Business visitors in the area will also appreciate the on-site conference rooms and meeting spaces.

Marjac Suites

If you want your own apartment-like space for your Virginia Beach getaway, or are traveling with a large group, book a room at Marjac Suites. This boutique hotel offers 54 two-room apartments, each with a living room, kitchenette, and oceanfront balcony. Swim in the spacious outdoor swimming pool or head down to the sandy beach, which has an umbrella rental service. Grommet Island Park, Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Museum, and Ocean Breeze Water Park are alll just a short walk away from the hotel as well.

La Quinta Inn Norfolk Virginia Beach

The budget-friendly La Quinta Inn Norfolk Virginia Beach‘s location on the intersection of two major thoroughfares makes it a great base from which to explore the Virginia Beach community and nearby attractions. Explore Norfolk’s stunning botanical gardens in one directions, or head the other way to spend the day in the sea breeze on the Virginia Beach boardwalk. The rooms themselves will make you feel right at home, with pillow-top beds, flat-screen TVs, and high-speed Internet to cater to your needs.

Surfbreak Oceanfront Hotel

Travelers looking to enjoy water and beach activities should check out the Surfbreak Oceanfront Hotel, which puts you right in the center of the action. Just a few steps away from your front door you will find jet-ski rentals, parasailing, the Virginia Beach Fishing Pier and the Virginia Beach Amusement Park. Go on a day trip or dinner cruise to explore further off the coast, or retire to your hotel at the end of the day and enjoy a meal at Calypso Restaurant & Lounge.

Sheraton Virginia Beach

One of the most luxurious hotels in the area, the Sheraton Virginia Beach gives guests the VIP treatment with two spa tubs, an indoor and outdoor pool, and a pool-side bar all included on-site. Gaze out at the beautiful Atlantic Ocean view from your room’s furnished balcony, and stroll to nearby Neptune’s Park or Pacific Place to explore the nearby coast.

Photo by Vicki Samborski.


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