I'm sure when the renovations are done it will be lovely, but to walk in to a lobby that looks...well....dirty, and full of tools, paint, etc.,...was a bit off-putting. Again, I know they have to renovate some time! I would also add one small thing: I know it seems silly and snarky, but the coffee was terrible. I wish hotels would have someone actually taste the coffee to get the mixture right, but it never seems to happen. Had to go elsewhere for that! But the rest of breakfast was lovely. Our room was fine, though, so that was a plus. Overall, a nice stay, just tiny things.
Traveller from Virginia
Situated in the business district, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Chesapeake Conference Center and within 6 mi (10 km) of …More
The location and room are good. Except for all the beds. You can feel the spring from 2 double beds and sofa bed. It needs to be replace possibly like memory foam bed so you will be competitive with other nicer hotels like Homewood, Embassy suites etc, The bed is the most important thing inside the room including cleanliness which staff did an awesome job!
Traveller from E
Located in the heart of Chesapeake, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Float First, Jillian's Billiards, and Greenbrier …More
I only paid about 50 something bucks for the room so I had very little expectations but the rooms were nice and I like they had kitchens in them . The only downside to the stay was the bed was a full size and it kinda kept sliding off the frame .
Traveller from A
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Oak Grove Lake Park, Float First, and Portlock …More
Chesapeake was once a bedroom community for the cities of Norfolk and Virginia Beach, but now rivals those two cities in size. Two canals running through Chesapeake are busy with recreational and commercial boats, reinforcing the seafaring image of the Hampton Roads area. The Portlock Galleries at SoNo features contemporary art in a renovated historic schoolhouse.