Econo Lodge Oceanfront

Address: 2109 Atlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23451, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Northeast Virginia Beach area of Virginia Beach, is near Virginia Marine Science Museum, Rudee Flipper, Captain Mickey's Rudee Inlet Parasail, and Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Oceanfront Virginia Beach

    Reviewed by drudell

    They're right!

    Reviewed Feb 24, 2012
    by (9 reviews) Oliphant , Canada Flag of Canada

    Excellent spot right on the beach. We had a ground floor double which opened right on the beach. Front desk (Alfreda) was very helpful with choices of places to eat and solving an issue with my Canadian credit card. All is good!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Oceanfront Virginia Beach

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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    The nice end of town

    A travel blog entry by mustseemore on Sep 25, 2015

    10 photos

    ... There is still a very strong northeaster. We are staying in an Inn facing Pamlico Sound - much more protected than facing the ocean.

    Her view of events:

    We started the day with a visit to the hotel laundry. Taking the time to do the washing is an evil necessity when on the road for an extended period. As we did not have far to go, the late start did not matter. Brian was keen to visit the Wright Brothers Memorial - at the site where ...

    Last Drinks in Norfolk

    A travel blog entry by mustseemore on Sep 20, 2015

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... shelves appears highly processed and fresh fruit and vegies seems to come from distant climes. "Plastic" eggs make an appearance at every breakfast - I think they use powdered eggs and present them in a different shape each am. Deep fried food everywhere. Tonight we have purchased a couple of steaks to have with salad - a bit of a challenge to cook them in a very small frypan but we will manage.

    The lack of ethnic diversity is also ...

    Cheers to the upgrade

    A travel blog entry by mustseemore on Sep 18, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... I am having trouble with the concept of 400 years of naval history. This is a city that is so proud of their navy and the men who are serving their country and those who already have. There is a big air show on this week-end but we have decided not to go. The crowds are said to be horrendous so we are going to visit lighthouses, walk the rest of the Cannonball Trail and then watch the sunset from our balcony. Cannot do everything so we are not even going to ...

    Our day begins....

    A travel blog entry by gurufamily on Sep 13, 2015

    42 photos

    1 shower, 4 people....share and play nicely with others. Is this hotel room getting smaller? Nope! It's just fine. Very comfortable. 1:00pm- we are at the Roanoke park area. About to watch a "worth-it" short film on the history. We saw an Indian settlement, toured the museum, boarded a replica of a European exploration ship and learned about the lost colony. 5:00pm- we just crossed the Chesapeake and are driving north through the Eastern shore of VA. Sunny and ...

    Disappointing Virginia Beach!

    A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Nov 05, 2014

    10 photos

    ... ocean waters on soft sandy or muddy bottoms. They occasionally come onto shore to mate. They are commonly used as bait and in fertilizer. In recent years, a decline in the population has occurred as a consequence of coastal habitat destruction in Japan and overharvesting along the east coast of North America. Because of their origin 450 million years ago, horseshoe crabs are considered living fossils.