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When traveling, you get what you pay for. cheap rate equals cheap motel equals cheap customers. The room was clean, but someone was knocking on my door at 5am. This Quality Inn said it offered breakfast. The only thing hot at this breakfast was "hot...More
I was on business and they wouldn't pay for the Doubletree, the "official" conference hotel. The place was just across the street so it was cheaper and really convenient. The room was adequate--clean but smelled musty, mismatched paint, stained carpet, but livable. I would not...More
Folks for the adult this hotel is terrible, it is at the end of Interstate 264 as you head into the Oceanfront Area of Va. Beach, It is Isolated , dreary and depressing, It is a about a six block wlk to the oceanfront, there...More
My friend and I were in Virginia Beach for the Rock and Roll Half Marathon this Labor Day weekend. This Quality Inn was pretty much the only place I called (and I called many) where we were able to get a room just for one...More
My boyfriend and I stayed here one night, it was the worse place ever. You walk in and it smells bad. Bathroom is dirty black mold around tub. When we went to shower a huge bug was in the shower, towels were stained carpets looked...More
US$48 - US$141 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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If you get in the car, the beach/Boardwalk is less than a minute down the road but parking is hard. If you walk it, its a straight walk down that same road (there's a sidewalk and cross walks) and it's a 15-20 minute walk... More
If you get in the car, the beach/Boardwalk is less than a minute down the road but parking is hard. If you walk it, its a straight walk down that same road (there's a sidewalk and cross walks) and it's a 15-20 minute walk depending on what you're carrying and how quickly you walk. It's a very reasonable distance is the best I can say.