Norfolk Waterside Marriott

Address: 235 E Main Street, Norfolk, Virginia, 23510, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 235 E Main Street, Norfolk, is near USS Wisconsin, Nauticus National Maritime Center, Waterside, and NAUTICUS, The National Maritime Center.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsNorfolk Waterside Marriott

      Reviewed by mikestaver

      Great service

      Reviewed Jul 24, 2013
      by (3 reviews) Fernandina Beach , United States Flag of United States

      Rode in on my Harley. they provided a special spot for my bike to be certain it was taken care of. rooms were nice and room service was good. I would recommend it.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Norfolk Waterside Marriott

      YOU HAVE TO STAY HERE!!

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      What a beautiful hotel and wonderful staff...I will definately be back!! From the friendly staff to the beautiful Piano Lounge on the second level, we loved it!! I will refer this hotel to everyone!! Lisa-Boston

      I loved my complete experience!

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      What a wonderful place! The hotel was beautiful, clean and wonderfully staffed! Everyone was so friendly and accommodating - I felt right at home! The city is beautiful and so much to do! Don't miss out on this experience!

      Great staff!

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      My family and I recently stayed at this hotel, and had a fabulous time! The staff catered to our every need, and couldn't have been friendlier. They suggested several fun things for my kids to do, and we loved the pool overlooking the river. Enjoyed the food in the Deli on the first floor, and the gentleman at the front door was UNBELIEVABLE- I've never met anyone more genuinely hospitable! We'll be back!!

      Honeymoon stay-awesome

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      Took my wife to stay on a top floor of this beautiful Marriott. We had heard for such a long time how wonderful the hotel and it's staff are, so finally took a weekend and relaxed. Found it to be very refreshing and attentive. The staff remembered me from check in time when I went though the lobby the next day. Lobby specialty coffee service is better than Starbucks across the street! Will be back!

      Unlike my friend from Lansing....

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      Unlike my friend from Michigan, my daughter does not work at the hotel.

      I stayed here the first night and then went down the street to the brand new Courtyard. It is perfect, less expensive, has more features and best of all IT HAS ITS OWN PARKING.

      The Marriott was showing improvement from our last seminar visit, but still needs a massive capital infusion.

      Outstanding

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      WOW!! The Front Desk at this Marriott is wonderful. They make you want to stay with them just by the way they smile and take care of you. I have stand at this hotel 7-8 times this year and the staff remembers my name and is willing to assist me with anything I need. Sure the property is older (10 years, I think) but just like a fine glass of wine it gets better with time. The rooms are nice, the locate is excellent and staff is great. I just can't wait for their renovation because this will be the best Marriott in the US. Way to go.

      Try the Piano Bar

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      The Piano bar on the second floor is a great place to meet and have some conversation. Prices are reasonable and bartenders have great personality. Looking forward to winter and sitting in front of the fireplace.

      Good Food

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      Hotel has a deli on the ground floor that has great food and resonable prices for a downtown location. Bartenders have lots of personality and hospitality plus.

      Not quite so good as last time

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      Staff was hostile, rooms beat-up and food cold.

      Oh well!

      Avoid this DUMP!

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      This hotel is not a REAL Marriott - its a franchised operation that has lost touch with the Marriott "Spirit of Hospitality" that you would expect. The room sare small, beat-up, dirty and the staff thinks you are doing them a favor by staying. Complaints are passed off as management failures rather than addressed and corrected.

      Try the Sheraton one block over or the new Courtyard product that opens in late 2001. Avoid the Renaissance in Portsmouth as it is the same management company with, unbelieveably, the same issues, just newer and cleaner.

      I tried it 4 times and will drive rather than stay there.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Norfolk Waterside Marriott

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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