The Breakers Resort Inn

Address: 1503 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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      Historical Traveler Reviews The Breakers Resort Inn Virginia Beach

      Better than expected

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      The Breakers Resort was even better than we had expected. The rooms were clean and well-maintained and the staff was courteous and helpful at all times. Even the beds were comfortable! This is exactly the type of place we were looking for to spend a family vacation, and we will definitely be staying there again.

      Best Hotel!

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      I have gone to V.A. beach many times before and have stayed in many differen't hotels but I like the Breakers Inn the best because it has many shops down the stree,t a heated pool, and a ocean front balcony!

      This place was great!!

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      The Breakers resort was the best hotel I have ever stayed in. They had a nice little resturant that served good breakfast and had free bikes. They have a nice oceanfront pool to relax yourself after being in the ocean all day. It is right on the beach and is well located. There are two amusement parks just steps away, and i am searious when i say just steps away! You could tell it was kind of old, but it was in great shape and had very clean rooms. The maids gave my family fresh towels and cleaned our room everyday and did a great job. There are also many resturants nearby. I admit the parking lot is sorta small, but when i went it wasent crowded. The Breakers is a nice hotel and great value. They will always have rooms avalible because i shceduled two weeks before i went. This hotel is great!!!

      Loved The Breakers

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      This hotel was located right on the water near a lot of shops and restaurants. The staff was very friendly and helpful with information about local attractions and restaurants. Our room was very clean and had a beautiful view of the ocean. My wife and I had everything we needed including a microwave and refrigerator. The hotel even had complimentary bikes. We rode them along the boardwalk several mornings and they were the icing on the cake. The beach was clean and the hotel was great. We plan on going back.P.S.The location was convenient to the good golf courses, too

      Dump

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      After many trips to Viginia Beach we finally found a real dump. The Breakers is very rundown. Our room was kind of oceanfront, blocked by a wall, filthy, out dated, and the entire staff horrible, the towels and bed linens stained...I will not be staying there ever again.

      Great Little Hotel

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      We have visited VAB many times over the last 17 years and have stayed in 14 of the oceanfront hotels. We keep returning to the Breakers. They are a small, family owned place with a small pool, a small restaurant and a small parking garage. Although it is an old hotel, it is very well managed and maintained, with reasonable prices and an excellent staff. We have stayed in the regular rooms as well as the penthouse room with the hot tub in all four seasons and have never been disappointed. As a small example of the kind of people who run this place, they send Christmas cards to all their guests every year. This may not be a huge luxury resort (and we've stayed at them as well), but for an excellent value in a beachfront hotel the Breakers is #1 in VA Beach.

      Breakers Resort is OK

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      We stayed at the Breakers in June 2002. We had a suite with kitchen, fridge and separate bedroom. The 3ed bed pulled down from the wall and took up most if not all of the living room space. We never had enough towels and had to request more everyday. The room and hotel is run down and needs a remodel. The price was way too high ($216/nt) for what you get. This year I will stay elsewhere or rent a condo or home.

      Happy Times!!

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      Well, where do I begin....I was Twenty when I first stayed at the Breakers Resort Inn, I loved it then because of the location being very close to all the shopping and all the rooms are oceanfront, the beach is a few steps away. There parking is tight when its busy but anyone of the hotel staff will help you get in or out if you are having trouble. The security is very good and that is one thing I really like also even tho I do like a drink now and again I liked it that there was not a bar in the hotel, that way I know there wasn't a bunch of drunks running around. Most of the staff has been there for a very long time so you know if they treat their staff well they will treat you well also. They keep the rooms cleaned up and give you extra towels when ever you request, no they don't change the sheet everyday, but who does! I am now fourty-one if I have to be honest and I have two children that have been there ever year since they were about ten. Then love the hotel its not great big so you know where there are and its safe. No I guess its not perfect but I've found not very many places are. Its also family owned. I hope this info helps you, since I've stayed here everytime I have been to VB, almost every year since I was Twenty.

      Uh - Breakers Not For Me

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      Stayed at the Breakers last August with my family and will never return again. Their two room unit with kitchen was supposed to be the perfect room for my family with three beds. However when we arrived not only did we find a run down room where the stove was covered with aluminum foil, we also found that the third bed folded down from the wall and took up half the room. What a joke.

      I guess if you are just looking for a very basic room but you have a lot of money to spend, unlike me, then the Breakers will work out for you.

      You just won't see me there again.

      Kinda in the middle

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      The Breakers Resort is on 16th and Atlantic Ave. This place is kinda run down. During a three night stay the maid only came once, and all she did was remove used towels. She didn't even replace them. I had to dry myself with a wash cloth. The bathroom was small...I mean really small in order to close the door while you are in the bathroom, you have to step into the bathtub. Our view was blocked by the odd construction of the building. Getting in and out of the tiny parking lot is really difficult when it is busy. The room did have a jacuzzi though and that is its only saving grace. For the price I paided for this place, it was not even close to worth it. It wasn't so bad I guess, but if I ever plan another vacation to the beach I will not stay at the Breakers Resort. Its location is good though, and the beach is close.

      TripAdvisor Reviews The Breakers Resort Inn Virginia Beach

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