Comfort Inn & Suites Virginia Beach – Norfolk Airport

5808 Burton Station Road, Virginia Beach, 23455, VA

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Overview

Comfort Inn & Suites Virginia Beach – Norfolk Airport is a great location for families with children to stay. The hotel is just around the corner from the Chrysler Museum of Art, Hermitage Museum and Gardens and Moses Myers House. A few other attractions include the Adam Thoroughgood House and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum. This hotel has 67 rooms; it also has a swimming pool. P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, California Pizza Kitchen and Saffron Indian Bistro are all kid-friendly restaurants that are good and are near the hotel.

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Our Editor Loves

  • Pleasurable stay
  • Great Stay Again
  • Comfortable

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator

Reviews

Just what we needed!

by Craig P

We needed to be close to the airport, and have hotel shuttle service. Next priority was reasonable price, breakfast, and a king size bed. Comfort Inn & SUites filled the order! They were courteous, friendly, fast, accurate and close to other services.

Adequate with a little attitude

by Spakulski

We stayed here after our flight was canceled. The airport is an easy taxi ride ($10, 10 minutes) from the Norfolk hotel. The woman at the front desk seemed hurried and irritated at answering questions we had about catching a taxi the next morning to the airport at 4 am. The hotel’s own shuttle did not leave until 5 am. To me, helping guests figure out how to get to the airport is an important role of an airport hotel front desk receptionist. (We ended up calling a cab and an Uber - just in case. Both worked out fine.)

In the morning, a separate front desk person did not even say hello. The rooms were adequate for the 8 hour stay. A couple of friendly and helpful front desk people would go a long way here.

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