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King Guest Suite, situated near Faith Alive Church of God, is a cozy bed-and-breakfast hotel offering free parking and complimentary private parking. Travelers visiting Chesapeake with their family, can try Hampton Inn Norfolk/Chesapeake that features free self-parking, a golf course and a seasonal outdoor pool. For travelers who would like to observe a scenic view of the landscape, we offer to pick Hampton Inn & Suites Chesapeake-Square Mall near Cinemark, which is a popular resort in Chesapeake.
City Guide: Discover the best of Chesapeake
Chesapeake has too many things to sum up.
Golfing at the world-class courses, relaxed fishing and a day to spend it easy at the city parks, pulsating nightlife and a striking sporting scene, Chesapeake offers a lot to pack into one stay.
Whether you are looking for a stay in the lap of luxury or a cheap hotel in Chesapeake all are available at Booked.net. You can check them out, listed with maps, photos and secure forms on each hotel.
But a package of outdoor activities is not the only reason that Chesapeake won a name as a Gateway to Fun. Actually, the city is an introduction to a truly American experience, so you should indulge in fun in moderation there. The city serves as a gateway destination to the entire metro area. Only 20 minutes from the sun-baked Virginia Beach, 15 minutes away from historic Norfolk and 45 minutes to the Colonial-era Williamsburg... yes, Chesapeake is a gateway to all of Virginia.
If you are to Chesapeake to bump in its very heart than you should hit this town at first. Attractions include;
Bonnie Blue, a historic double-decked luxury yacht completing water tours since the 1920s
J. J. Moore Visitor, Archives & Family Life Center, the only visitor center in Virginia
Chesapeake's architectural face is synonymous with its glorious history. It played a vital role in America's history. Established in 1620, Chesapeake became a site for a crucial victory at the epic Battle of Great Bridge in 1775. Since then America has experienced a great turn about the British Government that was finally exiled from American soil and independence was won.
As it grew Chesapeake changed focus to commerce with the construction of the Great Dismal Swamp Canal in the 1790s. It served as a major waterway during the Civil War and is yet referred to as a significant entry point to the area.
In addition, the city of Chesapeake was a location for several Civil War battles and today reminders of those past days remain. Thus, Virginia's Hampton's Road is dotted with historic places like the Emancipation Oak, the Newsome House, Hampton University and the Casemate Museum.
It means that Chesapeake is no less interesting outside than within its city limits. Inside the city still resembles a fertile farmland as it had served before it was incorporated in 1963. Anyway, there is not too much left from the former farming under the approach of modern influences. Today Chesapeake is a bustling place abundant with cutting-edge technologies and amenities for your stay. Booked.net can assist you with your trip to Chesapeake easily.