If you are heading to Hampton University, you’ll be pleased to know that there are some great hotels nearby!
Our expert travel writers picked the 7 best accommodation options, so you can easily book a hotel and enjoy your time in Hampton, Virginia.
Here is our list…
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Free buffet breakfast? Check. Swimming pool? Check. Whirlpool? Check! SpringHill Suites Hampton is one of the highest-reviewed properties in all of Hampton, Virginia. This is a great hotel for a family, but it is especially well-reviewed for solo travelers.
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Offering tremendous value and lovely views of the Chesapeake Bay, Hampton Marina Hotel is a great hotel near Hampton University. While the Wifi and staff are well-reviewed, the TWO on-site restaurants (Regatta Grill and Oyster Alley) are what takes the Marina Hotel to the next level.
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If you are looking for a hotel near Hampton University that is a bit more budget-friendly, look no further than the Best Western Hampton Coliseum Inn! While the outdoor pool is only available seasonally, the free breakfast is available year-round.
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Holiday Inn are celebrated for their smiley staff and sparkling rooms – and the Hampton University location is no exception! This hotel is a really great option for any business traveler. The Wifi is lightning fast, and there is also a business center where you can access fax and photocopy machine.
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Super 8 is our other pick for the best budget hotel near Hampton University! Only a five-minute drive from the university, Super 8 offers laundry services, 24-hour reception, and (most importantly) free breakfast.
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If you like hotels that have a bit more of an older charm to them, then Country Inn & Suites is a great option for you. While the free continental breakfast, 24-hour reception, and game room are nice, it’s the indoor heated pool that has us most excited.
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Great staff and located next to a bunch of dining options, Courtyard Hampton rounds off our list of the best hotels near Hampton University. There are a well-reviewed gym and outdoor pool, but what turned our heads the most is their onsite restaurant ‘The Bistro’ which serves dinner and drinks!
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Emma Johnson lives to travel! Born in Washington D.C., Emma is a hotel connoisseur and a staff writer at Hotel Jules. An army brat, Emma got the travel bug early and has never been able to stop. Now, she has proudly visited 70+ countries and plans to visit every country in the world! Passionate about her ukelele (obviously) and her family, Emma eventually wants to retire in Thailand and write a book about all of her travel experiences.