Situated near the beach, this motel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum and within 3 mi (5 km) of Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science ...
Days Inn Virginia Beach At The Beach$42Days Inn Virginia Beach At The Beach$42
Situated by the ocean, this condo building is within a 10-minute walk of JT's Grommet Island Park and Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum. Virginia Aquarium and ...
Turtle Cay by Diamond Resorts$90Turtle Cay by Diamond Resorts$90
Located on the famed Virginia Beach boardwalk, this 10-story hotel has ocean views and is within a mile of shopping, dining, and the pier.
Boardwalk by Diamond Resorts$82Boardwalk by Diamond Resorts$82
Located in Virginia Beach, this beachfront condo building is on the boardwalk and within a 10-minute walk of JT's Grommet Island Park and Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage ...
Beach Quarters by Diamond Resorts$85Beach Quarters by Diamond Resorts$85
This beachfront Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Virginia Beach (Oceanfront), VA is just east of I-264 and faces the Atlantic Ocean and the Virginia Beach boardwalk. ...
Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Virginia Beach (Oceanfront), VA$79Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Virginia Beach (Oceanfront), VA$79
This oceanfront hotel is at the southern end of the Virginia Beach boardwalk, 1 mile from the convention center.
Ramada Virginia Beach Oceanfront$74Ramada Virginia Beach Oceanfront$74
Located in Virginia Beach, this beachfront hotel is on the boardwalk and within 3 mi (5 km) of Nightmare Mansion, Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center, ...
Travelodge Suites Virginia Beach Oceanfront$42Travelodge Suites Virginia Beach Oceanfront$42
Located on the boardwalk just steps from Virginia Beach, Ocean Beach Club by Diamond Resorts is a 5-minute stroll from Neptune’s Park, where music lovers can ...
Ocean Beach Club by Diamond Resorts$92Ocean Beach Club by Diamond Resorts$92
Located in Virginia Beach, this beachfront hotel is on the boardwalk, 0 mi (0 km) from Neptune Statue, and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science ...
Hampton Inn Virginia Beach-Oceanfront North$110Hampton Inn Virginia Beach-Oceanfront North$110
Outside the boundaries of its popular Oceanfront enclave, Virginia Beach looks like many other American towns filled with strip malls and tidy subdivisions. But the tourists aren't coming for the suburban experience – they're looking to escape, and the Boardwalk and its many distractions bring that much-needed relief.
With wall-to-wall beachfront hotels, amazing seafood restaurants, casual beach bars and less-populated beaches like Chicks Beach and Sandbridge, Virginia Beach beckons out-of-towners to savor the laid-back lifestyle. As one of the oldest resort towns in the country, it lives up to its reputation for family fun, whether you're combing for seashells or snaking down water slides. The best part: It's only a few hours from several of the nation's colonial treasures. Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Charlottesville are only a few hours away.
Virginia Beach is a classic summer town. Hotel rates are typically higher from Memorial Day to Labor Day, as folks take advantage of the warm weather and beach access. From older seaside motels to higher-end hotels bearing mainstream brands and added amenities like convention space and well-designed pools, the Oceanfront hotels are the main draws. The city also hosts a marquee surfing event at the end of the summer: The East Coast Surfing Championships.
High temperatures often linger into fall, the perfect time to catch the annual Neptune Festival, a fitting tribute to the god of the sea and the city's love affair with the ocean.
Fall doesn't leave the Oceanfront a Ghost Town. In fact, the marquee event of the year – The Neptune Festival – is a reason to hit the beach, when thousands descend upon the shores to ooh at sand sculptures (think castles and mermaids the size of small SUVs), live bands, art and triathletes.
You could stroll the Boardwalk for a hotel restaurant overlooking the crowded oceanfront, or you could book at table just in time for sunset at this local favorite. Regulars dig the panoramic views of Chesapeake Bay, and the plump "Deviled" crab stuffed flounder.
For piled-high Jewish deli sandwiches, lox and bagels and great live bands -- like John Oates, Elliott Yamin -- check out The Jewish Mother in the Hilltop area. The 9,000-square-foot venue replaced the crayon-scribbled original Mother's that used to call the beach home.
Cities have some playful and bizarre names for street signs. This one -- Witchduck Road -- ties to local lore. Back in 1706, Grace Sherwood was ducked in the Lynnhaven River to 'test' if she was a witch. She survived the trial and lived to be 80. Her legend is echoed around these parts, from a bronze statue at Sentara Bayside Hospital to Witch Duck Point.
You aren't a surfer or skater – you just want to dress like one. Hit 17th Street Surf Shop – a Virginia Beach institution – for classic t-shirts, hoodies, flip-flops and all the gear you could ever need to rip through your first wave.
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