Comfort Inn & Suites Virginia Beach - Oceanfront
2015 Atlantic Ave.
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Phone: (757) 425-8200
Fax: (757) 425-6521
2015 Atlantic Ave., Virginia Beach, VA, US, 23451
- Phone: (757) 425-8200
- Fax: (757) 425-6521
A walk down the Virginia Beach Boardwalk is sure to pep you up and put you in a carefree mood with its eclectic atmosphere that resembles a wonderful carnival. You can enjoy the splendid beach views while you take a walk enjoying the pleasant breeze. The plenty of dining and shopping options as well as the variety of festivals and events held here make this place worth a visit. Virginia Beach Boardwalk is an absolute must go for all those who want to partake and completely enjoy the wonderfully dandy ambiance of the city.
An exciting indoor paintball facility that provides fun for the entire family and also includes video games, inline skate rentals, and electric bike and conventional bike rentals.
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, this cottage was built by Bernard P. Holland, Virginia City's first postmaster and mayor, for his bride as a year-round home. It is the oldest remaining structure on the city's oceanfront and is currently home to the Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum.
This stunning waterfall sculpture symbolizes the elements of war that unify and divide us and is a tribute to the area's military forces.
A full service marina which offers daily fishing and sightseeing trips, custom fishing charters, fuel, dockage, beach parking, and a full service store. There are three docks for your convenience and they are the only marina on the Inlet to have a dock outside the bridge for boats with more than 28 feet of clearance.
Enjoy an exciting experience like no other with this company that is located only blocks from the beach and offers one or two person parasailing flights with different heights and dipping available.
One of the most visited spots in Virginia, the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center is an experience not to be missed. The wonderful marine life on display will leave you enthralled. The center holds various exhibitions, excursions, tours and outings to make the whole experience memorable and worthwhile. If you still have some energy left, catch a movie at the IMAX theater which is located at the center.
The former U.S. Life-Saving Coast Guard Station that was built in 1903 and decommissioned in 1969, this station contains two galleries which depict the history of the life-saving service, shipwrecks off the Virginia coast, and an interactive exhibit that helps visitors identify ships off the coast. A gift shop is also on site.
A family friendly, Caribbean paradise, 2 miles south of the Oceanfront! Enjoy 16 water slides, a million gallon wave pool and a water playground. Restaurants on-site. Group rates and private cabanas available. Open May 16 through September 13.
Get your tanning lotions out and head to Virginia Beach Oceanfront for a fun weekend out with family and friends. Enjoy basking in the sun and participate in various activities scheduled during the Neptune Festival. With wine tasting events and air shows lined up, you won't run out of things to do. enjoy a quiet picnic or just take in the The North American Sandsculpting Championship takes place during the Boardwalk Weekend of the festival. Watch talent work wonders on the golden grains as the plain boring sand transforms into beautiful images. Splash around the blue waters as you have the time of your life. Call the local Visitor's Center on their toll free number for more details.
Built by Thomas Walke III, a prominent gentryman who was a ratifier of the U.S. Constitution from Virginia and who reportedly came from Barbados and became a prominent Colonial citizen, this brick Georgian style house offers many insights into life in the latter half of the 18th century and is the home of the Princess Anne County-Virginia Beach Historical Society.
The Cape Henry Memorial is a vivid reminder of every individual of the first landfall in Virginia Beach. The colonists of the Jamestown settlement alighted on April 26, 1607 and started to explore the local scene. It was these colonists who named the cape and fixed a cross at the spot. This is a testament to the many battles, a remembrance of the colonists passing by and the spirit of the local community and people.