La Quinta Inn & Suites Virginia Beach

2800 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23451, United States | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Northeast Virginia Beach area of Virginia Beach, is near Rudee Flipper, Captain Mickey's Rudee Inlet Parasail, Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum, and Croatan Beach.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews La Quinta Inn & Suites Virginia Beach

    Just So So

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    Our stay at the Comfort Inn was ok.The breakfast buffet was a convenience especially if you have kids however , the breakfast area is very small and everyone sits on top of each other. Very congested constantly having to move your chair so people can pass . The food was nothing to talk about that's why it's free, pool can be bigger also.Otherwise everything was fine.

    Nice for Families

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    This was a nice little hotel. The free breakfast was nice and a plus if you have children. The room was clean and the staff was plentiful. Nice pools, good location, just 2 block off the beach. If you don't need to be on the oceanfront, this hotel will suit the casual traveler or a family just fine.

    Nice hotel

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    Great hotel. My family visited last summer and my children really enjoyed the pool. The free breakfast was more than I expected. I plan on staying there this coming summer. Friendly staff.

    Two pools, whirlpool and free breakfast

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    We were there two Summers ago and really liked it alot because room is clean all the time and easy accessible to anywhere we want to go, especially indoor pool and hot tub. We choose this place because of service we have received the last time and want to come back. We also liked it because it close so we can get on C Bay Bridge when we have to go home. We are looking forward to come back this Summer....

    Not too shabby

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    I stayed at the Comfort Inn as a coach with a girls' club volleyball team for the Virginia Beach Invitational from May 7 through May 9, 2004. The hotel appears to be somewhat old and is showing its age. However, it has several unique amenities that give it some character. In contrast to the "deluxe continental breakfast" that so many hotels serve which do not even register at the level of "snack" in my categories of meals, the Comfort Inn actually has a full breakfast buffet. The selection is limited, and it's far from gourmet, but you really can't beat a complimentary breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon, and potatoes. There were also indoor and outdoor pools, though both were extremely small. If I had more free time during my stay, I definitely would have enjoyed the hot tub. That statement also applies to the free bike rentals. The front desk staff was very helpful and flexible with our complicated sporadic arrivals through the first night. And it's certainly close enough to walk to the beach in less than five minutes, though it's not technically "on the beach." Overall, I had a good stay at this Comfort Inn and would consider staying there again if the opportunity arose.

    Comfortable, close, but not too close to action, clean and accommodating

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    Off from the Boardwalk by a block, but not far away; convenient to almost everything... easy access to highways... Quiet and clean with a very helpful desk staff and housekeeping... Bountiful breakfast (although need more ketchup bottles!!!); Very nice to have FREE use of the bicycles, which were in fantastic shape for beach bikes!! We brought our sea kayaks and felt that they were safe and respected... Nice to have Harry Teeters right in the backyard! Didn't use the pools or workout rooms but looked well maintained and crystal clear....

    Great place to stay!

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    Great place to stay. The rooms were clean there was both an indoor an outdoor pool. The breakfast was great. There was staff looking after me every step of the way. We will stay there again.

    Better than Expected

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    This hotel is in a good location, although not on the beach. We chose it because many of the oceanfront hotels do not have pools and this hotel has both an indoor and outdoor hotel. There is a ton of staff everywhere, always looking to be helpful. Appreciated the free bikes, breakfast, high speed internet and the supermarket that was one block away. The room was clean and well maintained. I would recommend this hotel as long as you are not expecting luxury.

    Great comfort in the Comfort Inn

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    A great hotel on Pacific Ave. My family and I absolutely loved it! Their full breakfast was not only a great saving for us, but very good as well! We stayed 4 days and didn't want to leave the hotel. Very clean and well maintained. We really enjoyed the pools and free bike rental. After years of staying in hotels, this was by far the best ever!JG

    Quite Comfortable

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    My boyfriend and I visited Virginia beach last weekend (Feb 2003) during the off season, and we stayed at the Comfort Inn in Virginia Beach. The experience was very pleasant and no complaints readily come to mind. The rooms were clean, the rates were good, the location was convenient, the folks were friendly. And the perks were nice...they feature both an outdoor and an indoor pool/jacuzzi...so we were still able to go swimming even though it was February and the rain was freezing! The pools are a little small, though...good for wading, not for laps. :)They also feature a hot, albeit greasy, complimentary breakfast buffet. The quality wasn't anything to write home about, but for a budget hotel, I couldn't complain.In some rooms, they also feature free high speed Internet access...very nice for two people who can't stay away from their e-mail for more than 24 hours!

    TripAdvisor Reviews La Quinta Inn & Suites Virginia Beach

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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