- Experience IHG Hotels in Norfolk
With world class naval bases, a bustling business district and plenty of opportunities for work and play, Norfolk is a must visit destination for business and vacation travelers. When you stay at one of our Norfolk hotels, our expert staff is at your service, encouraging you to take care of yourself in our top-notch amenities and guiding you towards all the best Norfolk has to offer. Whether you’re en route to Langley Air Force Base, Naval Station Norfolk or Fort Monroe, or are here to do business at Northrup Grumman, Lockheed Martin or Geico, our conveniently located hotels are just a short distance from where you need to go. Prepare for that big meeting in one of our fully-equipped business centers. Browse the web on our wi-fi. Get motivated for your big day when you work out in one of our state of the art gyms, and unwind after a long day in one of our indoor pools. We’ve got every amenity you need to fully enjoy your stay. Our Norfolk guests love taking advantage of all Norfolk’s museums have to offer. If you’ve got the kids in tow, head to the Children’s Museum of Virginia, where they can explore a wide range of interactive displays and play to their hearts’ content. The Virginia Zoo is another great option, with friendly exotic animals and beautiful grounds. Head to the Ghent District and stroll through the Chrysler Museum of Art, where you’ll spot American and European paintings and sculpture that date back to the middle ages, and maybe a good glass blowing, too. Don’t forget to stop by the Moses Myers House for an inside glimpse into the home life of wealthy Americans in the new republic. Or, encounter your art on the go. Take a stroll down the waterside or explore Downtown on foot, where you’ll find sculptures of blue herons, mermaids, a cherub, and even Canada geese. Have a military buff in the family? Visit the Armed Forces Memorial in Town Point Park to see soldiers’ letters cast in bronze. Stop by Nauticus and visit the battleship Wisconsin, one of the largest battleships ever built by the US navy. Learn even more about WWII and US military history when you visit the Hampton Roads Naval Museum, right next door. For our guests who love the great outdoors, Norfolk has a little bit of something for everyone. Navigate the beaches, dunes, woodland, farm fields and marshes that comprise all 9,250 acres of Backbay National Wildlife park. You’ll spot migrating geese, ducks, sea turtles, piping plovers, peregrine falcons, bald eagles and more. Or, rent a bicycle or boat and explore False Cape State park, where you can breathe in the smell of the ocean and spot more endangered animals as they migrate to and from nearby Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge. Hike the Cannonball Trail through downtown Norfolk to take in all of the city’s most historic sites. See the famous Eagle Cam eagles when you visit the beautiful Botanical Gardens, filled with beautifully cultivated flowers that will warm your senses. Relax with your friends or business associates when you take your pick of multiple golf courses across town, including a waterfront course. Or kick back on a river cruise, whether on a real tall ship or on something more modern with dinner, performances, and drinks. While Norfolk has no major league teams, sports fans will get their fix when they take in a Norfolk Admiral or a Norfolk Tides game, affiliates of the NHL Tampa Bay Lightening and the Baltimore Orioles, respectively. Shoppers will also find all that they need when they stroll through the Town Center shops, the Boardwalk, or the vibrant, revitalized Waterside. Imagine every shop you can imagine in beautiful historic buildings. After a long day of touring, indulge in downtown dining. From seafood to Cajun to Mexican and Italian food, you’re sure to find a menu and dining style that’s right for you. Afterwards, be sure to take in a show or performance at the Attucks Cultural Center, the Virginia Symphony, the Virginia Opera, the Virginia Stage Company or the TR Dance Center, which houses both Todd Rosenlieb’s Dance headquarters and the Virginia Ballet Theatre. Finish your day on Granby street with a drink and live music.
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