In town for a wedding at the Chrysler Museum, so a perfect distance away while also being close to the harbor. We were unaware of harborfest so that was an added treat along with the plethora of restaurants surrounding the hotel. Nice amenities and a comfortable bed.
We were happy with our stay, we booked 3 rooms, they were clean, what I didn't like there was a little burn on my comforter like a cigarette burn my room was a "no smoking". Very nice staff, I will stay again.
Was a little hesitant at staying at this hotel even after I had made my reservations. Was very pleasantly surprised, however, when I entered my room. Everything was very nice! The only issue I experienced was with the breakfast. While eating my eggs, I almost chocked on the blond hair I found in the scrambled eggs. I reported it to the a kitchen manager (Bob) and even showed him some of the hair. He didn't appear too concerned. I then reported it to the desk clerk as I was checking out. She informed me that there was no manager on duty early morning (6:45 a.m.) and asked for my cell number and said that she would have a manager to call me when he/she arrived after 9 a.m. Its been over a day since and I still have not gotten any call. Were it not for the very bad experience of eating blond hair in my eggs, the hotel would have gotten a five star rating from me.
I'm probably going to stay there again, just wont eat the eggs!
Virginia’s second-largest city, Norfolk, is the cultural and business center of the Hampton Roads region in southeastern Virginia. The city is known for its distinct neighborhoods, water-centric culture, and the strong presence of the US Navy—the Norfolk Naval Base is one of the world’s largest. America’s Historic Triangle—Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown—is within an hour’s drive.