Overall, the hotel was fine. Certainly not wonderful (the chairs had holes in the fabric, the table was stained, the heater/air conditioner was super loud and the temp varied only slightly), but for the seriously cheap price it was totally fine. For all it's "worn out-ness", it was quite clean. Having a refrigerator, microwave and stove was very nice. It's pretty well insulated too. I could hear my neighbor's TV blaring from the hallway, but could barely hear it in the room (and not at all with the air conditioning fan on).
If I were more of a snob, I'd be put off by how old everything was - if that's you, stay at the Marriott next door. (For way more money.) If you're good with a just okay but clean hotel with super nice staff, then you'll be all right. I will be returning next week.
Situated in Chesapeake, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Chesapeake Conference Center and within 6 mi (10 km) of Greenbrier …More
This hotel looks sketchy on the outside but the inside has been remodeled. The setbacks are that there are no refrigerators nor any microwaves. Some of the rooms reak in cigarette smoke due to disobedient customers not adhering to the "no smoking" policy. I do like that they allow your pets to stay for free and the hardwood floors are a plus for pets!
Traveller from Jacksonville, FL
Situated in Chesapeake, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Chesapeake Conference Center and within 6 mi (10 km) of Greenbrier …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.