The Best Cheap Virginia Beach Oceanfront Hotels

Are you looking for the best Virginia Beach hotels with oceanfront locations?  We have created this brief list to help you find the right place to stay.  There are plenty of options so hopefully, this list helps you narrow it down.

Oceanfront Inn

Who doesn’t like being oceanfront in an affordable hotel?  Oceanfront Inn is just that, it is recommended by Hotels.com and has a four-star rating.  This hotel has HD TV in the rooms but you won’t need it with the view and ease of access to the Virginia Beach boardwalk.  Parking is available on site if you rent a car and if the weather is bad, there is a heated indoor pool to relax in.

Days Inn Virginia Beach Oceanfront

Days Inn is well-known for having hotels that go for reasonable prices while maintaining a good image.  Many of the guests at the Day’s Inn Oceanfront say that the rooms are bigger than others on the waterfront but at a lower price.  Tripadvisor users have rated the hotel as a 3.5-star location.  Parking, pool access, and Wi-Fi are included.  You can also rent bicycles from the hotel to explore the area.

Best Western Plus Sandcastle Beachfront Hotel

This Best Western location has a very modern look that would make you think it is far more expensive than it actually is.  With 4 stars on TripAdvisor, you are more than likely to enjoy your stay.  Parking, a pool, and hot tub are available at this Best Western.  You can easily walk out onto the beach on one of the many good days.

Schooner Inn

With a close proximity to Rudee Inlet and other attractions.  Not to mention it is on the beach.  Whether you are looking to stay with your significant other or your children, there will be plenty to do.  Located on the property is a large heated pool to try out when you have had enough of the ocean.  You will enjoy the fact that the property is smoke-free.

Matt Weldonhttps://www.nthword.com/
I am an experienced writer and editor. I have been writing about real estate for 20 years, most recently as a columnist for the Los Angeles Times. My work has appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Daily Variety, the Los Angeles Times, and a host of regional and national newspapers and magazines. I started writing for the Times in 2002 and developed and wrote The On The Market column for their Business Section. In 2008, I began to write the My Favorite Room column exclusively on our Home section website's blog since then.

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