Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Norfolk International Airport

Address: 1157 North Military Highway, Norfolk, Virginia, 23502, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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TravelPod's Snapshot

Since the Holiday Inn Express is in Norfolk's business district and conveniently near airport and other major transportation hubs, business travelers find this hotel perfectly suited to their needs. In fact, many business travelers say that arranging transportation to the airport is seamless and effortless and completely dependable. Of course, even though the airport is nearby, one guest pointed out that they did not hear incoming or outgoing flights, so they still slept well. Plus, since the hotel is right off the interstate, even those who don't need the free airport shuttle will have no issues navigating the area.

While staying at the hotel, guests can enjoy amenities such as free wireless and wired Internet access, a free newspaper, free local calls, an in-room safe, a coffee or tea maker, a refrigerator, and a microwave. Guests say that the rooms here are extremely comfortable and well-stocked with everything they need while they're away from home. Other guests recommend that if you want more space you should upgrade to a queen or king suite. The king room even has a relaxing whirlpool tub and guests loved the huge room and separate living area.

With shuttle service to nearby attractions, leisure visitors will have plenty to see and do while staying at this Holiday Inn Express. Local attractions include the Gallery of Military Circle, Norfolk Scope, Harbor Park, and plenty of more exciting dining and shopping opportunities. Or, guests can simply relax at the hotel and enjoy the indoor pool and fitness center with an exercise bike, treadmills, and free weights. Of course, all the guests point out that before you go anywhere you need to take advantage of the free Smart Start breakfast. Guests rave that the breakfast is plentiful and filling, so you'll be ready to take on the day.

 

Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 1157 North Military Highway, Norfolk, is near Norfolk Botanical Garden, Virginia Zoo, Chrysler Museum of Art, and Moses Myers House.
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