Virginia Hotel Reservations
Visiting Virginia Beach & Norfolk
Ocean breezes temper the would-be winter cold in the Virginia Beach and Norfolk area, and the milder weather means fun outdoors doesn’t stop all season long. Between the virtually endless opportunities for seaside fun in Virginia Beach and the first-rate urban amenities and attractions in Norfolk, visitors won’t have trouble finding plenty to see and do.
What’s more, this season’s surplus of special events, community festivals, and family-friendly activities means Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and surrounding communities from Hampton to Chincoteague Island are more inviting than ever.
It’s a great time to explore the Virginia coast on scenic driving tour. Newport News, with attractions the Sandy Bottom Nature Park, is a great place to start, and the communities of Chesapeake and Exmore are must-stops along the way.
On December 3rd, the 2016 Holiday Parade at the Beach dazzles crowds with lighted floats, fire trucks, dance groups and more. Get your spot early – the parade starts moving at 5:30 p.m.
Ring in the New Year on Assateague Island by being a part of the New Year's Day Polar Pony Plunge. Participants will be invited to take a dip in winter water on Assateague Island on January 1st starting at 1 p.m.
Recover with a little hair of the dog when you board the Spirit of Norfolk on January 1st. The 2017 New Year's Champagne Jazz Brunch Cruise departs from the Westside Marina in Norfolk, treating passengers to a brunch buffet and dancing, as a talented group of jazz musicians provides the soundtrack. Spots fill up fast, so get your tickets today.
If wine’s your poison, you’ll want to find yourself at the Virginia Beach Convention Center on January 28th or 29th. The 2017 Coastal Virginia WineFest will include tastings of a variety of locally produced wines, along with grape stomping competitions, a craft beer garden, and local food offerings.
Travel Region Favorites
- 30 Things To Do With Kids in VA
Virginia Beach, VA
Here are 30 family-friendly museums, rides, parks, stores, and other things to do throughout Virginia and Richmond area.
- 23 Historic Sites To Visit In VA
As one of the original 13 colonies, Virginia's historical presence is a huge draw for visitors. Step back in time with these attractions, which range from pre-colonial days to the modern age.
- 5 Division I College Teams in VA
Virginia College Sports
Catch the thrilling action with Division I college athletics set throughout Richmond, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and the entire Virginia region.
- 6 Virginia Museums
Museums in Virginia.
Plan your next visit to Virginia and make time to explore these six museums. Glean a bit about the culture and history in VA.
- 13 Activities on Chesapeake Bay
Catch some rays in coastal Virginia.
Explore the Chesapeake Bay on your next visit to Virginia and try these 13 unique and fun experiences – from golf to history.
- 8 Golf Courses Across VA
Visit Virginia soon and play these exceptional golf courses. Whether you'er nearly pro or a beginner, enjoy the links in VA.
- 5 Virginia Fishing Spots
Family fishing in Virginia
Cast and land your haul for the day in Virginia. Explore and fish the many lakes, ponds, piers, and streams across Virginia.
9 Best Western Hotels
in Virginia Beach & Norfolk
Best Western Chincoteague Island
Best Western Emporia
Best Western Hampton Coliseum Inn
Best Western Plus Newport News Inn & Suites
Best Western Plus Holiday Sands Inn & Suites
Best Western Center Inn
Best Western Plus Sandcastle Beachfront Hotel
Best Western Plus Virginia Beach
Best Western Plus Historic Area Inn