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BEST WESTERN PLUS Oceanfront Virginia Beach

BEST WESTERN PLUS Oceanfront Virginia Beach Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This mid-range Best Western Plus isn’t very exciting, but it does offer a solid range of features -- including two pools, a nice fitness center, game room, and restaurant with free hot breakfasts -- plus unbeatable views of the ocean. The decor is bland and some areas could use updating, but this hotel is a good overall value in a great beachfront location.
Residence Inn Virginia Beach Oceanfront

Residence Inn Virginia Beach Oceanfront Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Renovated in 2013, this oceanfront property offers 72 spacious suites with private balconies and kitchens, plus plenty of free perks and amenities. Many guests take advantage of the pet-friendly policy, so look elsewhere if dogs aren’t your thing. Considering its prime location on the boardwalk and excellent ocean views, this Residence Inn is a solid value for those seeking a bit more space.
Clarion Inn & Suites Virginia Beach

Clarion Inn & Suites Virginia Beach Rating: 2.5 Pearls

This mid-range chain hotel offers big rooms with fresh, contemporary decor (green accent walls, geometric pattern carpets, dark wood furniture) and lots of freebies that add to the value. But the hotel is not directly on the beach: Guests must cross two busy streets to get to the sand. The hotel certainly offers solid value; low rates include free hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and free parking even for oversized vehicles. And all rooms have conveniences such as sitting areas, microwaves, mini-fridges, and coffeemakers; some have pull-out sofas and pillow-top mattresses. Hotel features include a fitness center and a pool, though the fitness center is small and the pool is next to the parking lot. It may be worth comparing rates with the Comfort Inn; though its rooms are a touch less stylish, the hotel is located right on the beach.
Ocean Key Resort

Ocean Key Resort Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Situated at the southern end of Virginia Beach's main strip, on the boardwalk over the beach, the 142-room Ocean Key Resort is a timeshare hotel with a lot of family-focused amenities. Suite-style rooms have equipped kitchens or kitchenettes, and groceries can be pre-ordered online and delivered at check-in. One of the highlights of the property is the third-floor activity area, which includes a fitness center, arcade games, and a play area with games and toys for kids. There's also a roof sun deck with a lounge area and a large indoor pool in an atrium-like area connected to the lobby. Some guests complain of musty smells, as the windows don't open, and others find rooms not as clean as they could be, but the price is pretty low for the area.
Belvedere Beach Resort

Belvedere Beach Resort Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Popular with budget-conscious visitors to Virginia Beach, the Belvedere Beach Resort is more of an inn than an actual resort, though it does have a pool and direct beach access. All 50 rooms have a nautical theme and look out over the ocean. There's an on-site diner serving breakfast and lunch, and rooms have mini-fridges and microwaves for guests who want to prepare basic meals. It's open only seven months out of the year, however, so budget travelers visiting in the winter should check out the mid-range Holiday Inn nearby.
Comfort Inn & Suites Oceanfront

Comfort Inn & Suites Oceanfront Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The 83-room Comfort Inn is a typical mid-range hotel by Virginia Beach standards. Common areas are a bit drab looking -- even the indoor pool area, which boasts ocean views, can be somewhat dreary as the windows are often too fogged up to see through. But the rooms here, if not up to modern decor standards, are cheery with bright, floral curtains and colorful furniture. All feature small balconies overlooking the ocean as well as living areas (many with pull-out sofas), microwaves, mini-fridges, coffeemakers, wet bars, and flat-screen TVs. The hotel also offers a small fitness center, laundry facilities, and freebies such as hot breakfast and Wi-Fi. The Comfort Inn offers great value for a beachfront hotel; rooms at the Clarion Inn might be a touch more stylish, but the hotel isn't right on the sand.
The Breakers Resort Inn

The Breakers Resort Inn Rating: 2.0 Pearls

Simple and straightforward, the 59-room, family-run Breakers Resort Inn is conveniently located for those who want to be based on the southern part of Virginia Beach's beach strip. Rooms are a bit outdated in terms of decor, but all have ocean-view balconies, as well as microwaves and mini-fridges, and some even have whirlpool tubs. There's a small pool and a basic cafe that serves affordable breakfast and lunch, and there are bicycles for guests to borrow free of charge. That said, the property has a bit of a worn-out motel vibe; for something a bit cheerier, consider the Belvedere Beach Resort, on the northern end of the boardwalk.
Surfside Oceanfront Inn & Suites

Surfside Oceanfront Inn & Suites Rating: 2.0 Pearls

Overlooking the beach from a bustling, central stretch of Virginia Beach's main drag, the 99-room Surfside Oceanfront Inn & Suites is a budget hotel that attracts a steady stream of families and groups during the summer. It's not much to look at from the street, and the lobby itself is rather dated, but the rooms, while basic, are clean and more modern, especially the bathrooms, and all have private balconies over the beach. The top-floor indoor pool is heated, but small, and somewhat dark. A hot buffet breakfast is included, and there's also a seafood-heavy buffet restaurant on-site.


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