Oasis Suites Hotel

Address: 7721 S Virginia Dare Trl, Nags Head, Outer Banks, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27959-9166, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7721 S Virginia Dare Trl, Nags Head, is near Bodie Island Lighthouse, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, Tanger Outlets Nags Head, and Nags Head Golf Links.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Outdoor pool
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Microwave in room
          • Hot tub
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette


          • Suites
          • All-Suites Property


          • Laundry facilities (self serve)

          TripAdvisor Reviews Oasis Suites Hotel Nags Head

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Nags Head

          Wild weather

          A travel blog entry by mustseemore on Sep 23, 2015

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          Wild weather

          His take on the day - he is a man of few words!

          It was a wild night and the north easterly storm continues. There is so much sand in the air!

          Her view of events:

          It has not been a very comfortable day. The gale force winds (40 miles an hour) have blown sand everywhere - a heavy haze of sand hangs above the island. Reports suggest that the weather will get worse before it improves with the distinct possibility of a hurricane ...

          Forts, friends...and ferries

          A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Aug 09, 2014

          23 photos

          ... again.
          The next morning, Sunday August 3rd, we awoke to rain, so we were pleased to take advantage of eating at the pancake breakfast served by the camp staff and not having to cook in the rain. We ventured back to Charleston to join a city tour. Our first stop on the tour was Fort Sumter. We boarded the ferry to the fort after a quick look at the displays in the visitors' center. The fort is famous in American history as being the ...

          Standing in Front of the Great Unknown

          A travel blog entry by jamiemartina on May 12, 2014

          1 photo

          ... exhilarating and freeing - and how the deeper crests just yards away from where we floated is the months ahead. I could also tell you that I didn't already anticipate jumping into the blast of blue Pacific Ocean water (clothed or not) to contrast the present moment with us standing bare-***** in the night-reflected sea... but that would be a bold-faced lie.

          There is still much to be ...

          Are we there yet?

          A travel blog entry by katie27 on Aug 22, 2011

          7 photos

          ... Nags Head and found that they have at least 5 Wing stores (which is also in Cape Cod). Nags Head reminds me sorta of like Cape Cod (a very touristy town with stores galore and beaches). I gathered all the needed supplies to discover what we wanted to do (Tourist-Nags Head magazines). Kevin found 2 interest right away: wild horses and safari ride! I was interested in doing parasailing and waverunning. Kevin made some calls and some were pricy and some were in his ...

          Shells, fire and...

          A travel blog entry by mercerballs on Jun 01, 2011

          7 photos

          ... area of smouldering woodland to the east of Belhaven. Apparently the fires started just over a month ago after a lightening strike. Firefighters from across the States have been trying to extinguish them, but today two more started up. It was very odd driving along a small single carriageway road with burnt or burning trees on both sides!

          When not bordered by charred wood (!) the roads cut through large farms - predominantly wheat and corn, but with some what look ...