Virginia Beach Hotels

Finding the right Virginia Beach Hotel is undoubtedly the most important decision in your vacation planning. That's where we can help. In our twenty years, we've noticed one thing. The majority of bad hotel and motel owners don't advertise. They'll put their properties on hotel discount sites but won't market to the informed vacationer who does their research.

You'll truly find only the best Virginia Beach oceanfront hotels below, which will enable you to marvel from your balcony at the wondrous expanse of the powerful and beautiful Atlantic ocean, worry-free. Whether your hotel is on the oceanfront or just a few blocks away, you'll have the very best vacation experience by choosing one of the following:

Barclay Towers

This charming hotel features 138 suites facing the sparkling oceanfront. All suites have a King size bed and Queen sofa bed with a private balcony. ... Read more

Hampton Inn Oceanfront South

Have the Hampton Inn Oceanfront South experience, complete with ocean views, free parking, free wifi, and delicious complimentary hot breakfasts to fuel your vacation mornings! ... Read more

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