Your booking experience in Norfolk
If you are looking for a fine accommodation for your next journey in Norfolk, we are pleased to offer you amazing Norfolk hotel deals. Booked.net enables you to filter your search in Virginia by services and hotel brands. We’ve got design and boutique hotels with a big list of services and facilities as well as other excellent accommodation options that give you a perfect base for exploring.
Budget hotels in Norfolk
On a smaller budget, you could stay at Econo Lodge Little Creek, where prices are about 77US$ per night on average. Those on a budget, can try Days Inn Norfolk Airport, about 4.5 km from Lake Lawson.
Proximity to public transport
Hilton Norfolk The Main is a good 3-star choice a 10-minute walk from Monticello metro station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Nature lovers will appreciate being in closer proximity to lakes and parks staying at Courtyard Norfolk Downtown with rates at 186US$. A top-rated option is Wyndham Garden Norfolk Downtown, which is less than 0.5 km from the city center. Fleet district contains a high concentration of landmarks, such as Ocean View Golf Course, so you can book a room at Quality Inn Norfolk Naval Base to explore the area.
To explore the city's natural scenery, consider booking a hotel near Plum Point Park, such as Norfolk Waterside Marriott that is a 10 minutes' walk away and set next to parks and lakes. For hotels close to the main tourist sites, stay at Execustay At The Alexander At Ghent, which is a 10-minute walk to Gallerie Ukwensi at Ghent.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
The romantic Quality Suites Lake Wright - Norfolk Airport is a 30-minute walk from Cypress Point Country Club and offers an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. If you're looking for comfort and reliable service, book the 3-star M Star Norfolk Virginia Beach.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Think about staying at Dune Cottage Isle Suite or Beach Cottage Breeze Suite, if you'd like to take advantage of staying at B&B. Sheraton Norfolk Waterside has a variety of family-friendly activities and also includes a tennis court, a golf course and a private swimming pool. For travelers who enjoy basketball, golf and tennis, Residence Inn By Marriott Norfolk Airport near Hampton Roads Agricultural Research and Extension Center is a great choice.
Norfolk, Virginia, is tied to the sea.
Its maritime past as a military post continues through to the city's present. Even though the most of 144 miles of its shoreline is in private ownership, Norfolk is a location for the world’s largest naval base with NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization headquartered in the area.
Away from the security business, Norfolk is a charming city to explore with Booked.net. From cheap to luxury hotels in Norfolk all are available at our website. Check them out with maps, photos and secure forms.
Norfolk acquired modern influence in the late 17th century being concerned with tobacco business and by 1775 it has developed into the most influential of Virginia cities. The city expanded on exporting goods to the British Isles and that drew a large number of merchants to the area. Since then the city boasts a troubled history. It suffered from Lord Dunmore's attack and afterwards a devastating fire burned to the ground more than 300 buildings in the area. The 20th century brought construction to the Norfolk city that revitalized the city's urban core.
Today nothing is left from its past decay, only renovated piers and alleyways - adding to the cultural tapestry in Norfolk. The downtown harbor was under renovation, but today offers unforgettable experience of shops, cafes and beautiful sculptures dotted throughout. Walking along the banks of the Elizabeth River, you will face the pearl of the Virginia waterfront – Fort Norfolk. Serving for military purposes, it is regarded as the oldest of its kind in the nation and America's best preserved remnant of wartime.
Other attractions include;
- Chrysler Museum of Art traces the history of art from the old collections to modern art
- Nauticus - National Maritime Center, a attraction to explore with kids and find out more about maritime history of Norfolk
- Virginia Zoo has various animal specious on display
- Norfolk Botanical Garden, a green park with unique plants in the surrounding area
- The MacArthur Center, the best shopping mall in the area
Despite the city brimming with culture and art, its maritime past has left its mark on the waterfront. Its coastline is lined with bars, off-duty entertainment and beer-perfumed air. Quiet by day, Norfolk rocks by night, therefore it is placed on the best cities for singles list.
Even though the city has notorious reputation for the night adventures it offers, Norfolk is a very welcoming city. Compact, but with big heart Norfolk, will present you with the comforts of big city with advance booking at Booked.net.