Had exactly what I expected for the price, and the included hot breakfast buffet was great. The suite was comfortable and convenient, and allowed for the storage and preparation of basic "snack" foods. Overall
condition of the whole place was a bit run down, but I suppose you can expect that being in a relatively
popular locale. General maintenance and upkeep could be improved though, in my opinion.
The hotel had a sparsely equipped exercise area That was not worth the space. The cleanliness of the rooms could be improved. I found the shower to have filth around the door. The restaurant had an excellent breakfast but closed to early for breakfast. The barmaid had no personality and was more interested in her computer games on her tablet than interacting with her patrons. Dinner was a bit pricey for the quality also. I will probably try someplace different next time. Access from the road was horrible and poorly marked.
Traveller from Sea
Located 3 miles from the Botanical Garden and its Azalea Festival, this Norfolk, VA hotel is also 4 miles from Oceanview …More
Yes, it was convenient and our expectations of a Marriott property that were well met. Our room was spacious and very adequate, and in fact exceeded our expectations. Henry Jones checked us in with cordial and competent ease. The evening was restful and uneventful, the breakfast was exceptional. It is a 4 star hotel.
Traveller from OBX
Downtown Norfolk is seven miles west of this six-story hotel, and Virginia Beach is 13 miles away.Spacious suites provide …More
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.