Jul 1, 2019 - Jul 2, 2019

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Norfolk, Virginia is the centerpiece of the Hampton Roads metro area and sits in one of the most picturesque coastal areas of the U.S. east coast, the Chesapeake Bay. Water is the main theme in Norfolk as the Elizabeth River also borders the city. This history-filled city has a lot to offer to visitors from two to 92.

Tourism in Norfolk, Virginia

First Incorporated in 1619, the city of Norfolk and the surrounding area holds a special place in U.S. history. One of the original American colonies, the Commonwealth of Virginia stands first and is home to many historical sites. Norfolk has special standing as an independent city, belonging to no county, and visitors can take in attractions like the USS Wisconsin Battleship Museum and the historic homes of the Ghent area.

Hotels in Norfolk, Virginia

Hotels in downtown Norfolk and the surrounding neighborhoods will give visitors access to a wonderful variety of architecture from Georgian to Neoclassical. Getting around is easy no matter where you stay in town via The Tide light rail system.

Where Can I Book a Hotel in Norfolk, Virginia?

You're going to appreciate the variety of great places to stay in Norfolk and Skyscanner is here to help you select the best spot for you to stay during your visit. Check out prices, amenities, star ratings, and specific hotel brands all in an easy to sort format.

Are there Unique Boutique Hotels in Norfolk, Virginia?

There are some really great hotels outside of the major brands in Norfolk for you to choose from when you travel to this beautiful part of the east coast. If you love boutique hotels and want to stay at a property on your business or family trip to this breathtaking, coastal city, there are many to choose from with a wide variety of amenities. Take a look at these boutique hotels in the city of Norfolk:

  • Cambria Hotel & Suites
  • Wedmore Place
  • The Bolling Wilson Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection
  • The Alexandrian

Can I find Bed and Breakfasts in Norfolk, Virginia?

A great way to go when you visit a new area is to stay at a B&B and get to know the area through a local person's eyes. Norfolk has some great independent properties, and when choosing to travel to Norfolk you will have a good selection of B&Bs to choose from with great locations and amazing views of this historic city. Here are some awesome Bed and Breakfasts in Norfolk, Virginia:

  • The Mermaids' Porch Bed and Breakfast
  • Glencoe Inn
  • Old Towne Bed and Breakfast
  • Freemason Inn Bed and Breakfast

Can I find Hotels for Families in Norfolk, Virginia?

Norfolk is a wonderful little city with plenty to do for the entire family from the great restaurants in the downtown area to all of the history there is to explore in and around the city. There are hotels with plenty for kids to do, hotels that come with one or more meals included to help you keep your visit carefree, and available items and features like cribs and adjoining rooms. Here are some great examples of family hotels in the independent city:

  • SpringHill Suites Norfolk Virginia
  • Quality Suites at Lake Wright
  • Courtyard Norfolk Downtown
  • Norfolk Waterside Marriott

Top rated hotels in Norfolk

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The least expensive month is November, with an average of $74 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Norfolk is August, with an average price of $117 per night.
The average price of a hotel in June last year was $83 per night. This is 14% less than the average nightly price of $95 seen over the previous 12 months.
The nearest airport to Norfolk is Norfolk International (ORF) (5.61 miles). Other nearby airports include: Newport News / Williamsb (22.50 miles)

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