Great time and it was wonderful to be right on the beach. If you are planning to go out and party, I suggest you book closer to the middle of the boardwalk, but if you are there to relax and enjoy the beach, definitely the best place to stay.
Traveller from Baltimore, MD
This Virginia Beach hotel is a block from Rudlee Inlet and less than 2 miles from the a marine science museum and a water …More
Free breakfast and great location by the Neptune statue. Staff was great and rooms were clean. All rooms had an ocean view. The hotel needs a fresh coat of paint though. It's starting to show some age but overall a pleasant experience.
Our king suite had an incredible view of the beach and boardwalk and (bonus) our balcony was directly over the entertainment gazebo where we were serenaded nightly by a variety of fantastic acoustic musicians. It was our first time at Virginia Beach, but I would say that we were on the northern "family" end of the beach, around 34th Street. The farther south you go, the bigger and louder things seemed to get; bigger nighttime entertainment, younger crowd, etc. (we experienced that too though and had a blast!)
Traveller from Ohio
Set at the exclusive north end of the Virginia Beach Boardwalk the Hilton Garden Inn Virginia Beach Oceanfront hotel is just …More
The state’s largest city, Virginia Beach is known for the inviting stretches of sand that front the Atlantic Ocean. A three-mile boardwalk hosts runners, bikers, and in-line skaters as they whiz by the shops, restaurants, amusements, and many hotels along the way. The military has a strong presence here, too, with air and naval stations situated throughout Virginia Beach.