Sheraton Virginia Beach Oceanfront Hotel

3501 Atlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach, 23451, VA

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Overview

Located at the northern end of Virginia Beach Boardwalk, the Sheraton offers direct beach access for families. Rooms and suites feature ocean, pool or city views and balconies, with connecting rooms available. Families may enjoy the outdoor and indoor pool, with tennis, sailing, bike rentals, wind surfing, snorkeling and golf nearby. One onsite restaurant is open year-round for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and a poolside sandwich shop is open seasonal.

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Our Editor Loves

  • Great location
  • Onsite family restaurant
  • Lots of family activities

Family Interests

  • Beach
  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Sailing
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Connecting Rooms
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool

Reviews

Beautiful location & service

by Sandbridgetraveler

The hotel recently hosted a two day conference for my company and everyone enjoyed the experience. The service was excellent and the staff was always available and extremely helpful. The rooms were nice and spacious with an incredible ocean view. We had two breakfast, two lunch a cocktail party and dinner and everything was really good. Special shout out to Matt Manning operations manager and Karen Baker the event manager who did a great job of making sure that everything ran smoothly. The hotel has an indoor and outdoor pool, workout room and many other amenities. The location is one of the best on the oceanfront. It also has really nice conference rooms for company meetings and is within easy walking distance to restaurants, bars and other activities.

Way to expensive for such a shabby hotel

by Mikel B

I'm a Titanium + member. When I first checked in, they had me in an ADA room that was NOT ADA to begin with. It was re-done to make it ADA acceptable. I don't need those kind of accommodations. So, the lack of standard features was a big inconvenience. Plus, the room was very shabby and in disrepair. Curtains were torn. Bed skirt was torn. Wall paper was peeling. Lights didn't work. TV didn't work. Sink wouldn't drain. Paint was peeling. Return air vents were nasty. Furniture was worn out. I got moved to another room. It was in much better shape. Except, the mattress was worn out, with two huge divots where people lie down. There was a wedding, two class reunions and a lacrosse match going on and the hotel was packed. So, I didn't even try to get a better room. My wife and I were there for the weekend and made the best of it. But, for $350 a night, it was WAY too much for the accommodations we had.

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