Fully equipped kitchens and free Wi-Fi are two perks our guests find at the Residence Inn by Marriott Norfolk Airport. The 130-unit, five-story hotel is made up of mini-residences, some with one and two bedrooms, others offering a studio concept, but all with fully equipped kitchens, living areas and sleeping quarters. All rooms come with sofa beds, microwaves, refrigerators, dishwashers and extra-large closets. Rooms are set up with free Wi-Fi and premium cable with HBO and ESPN. A complimentary hot breakfast buffet is offered each morning, and the perks keep coming: the hotel offers a free shuttle to the airport, free parking and a barbecue and picnic area for your grilling needs. If you haven't exhausted yourself playing in and around Norfolk all day, you can get moving in the fitness facility, take a dip in the heated indoor pool or play on the sports court. There's a hot tub for relaxing and a coin laundry to take care of chores. Your pets are welcome to enjoy the digs for an additional fee. NOTE: The pool and hot tub will be closed for maintenance between March 14 and 21, 2016. The hotel is only two miles from the Norfolk International Airport and 10 miles from the Greyhound bus station. Atlantic Ocean beaches are five miles away and cultural venues such as the Harrison Opera House and the Chrysler Museum of Art are also within a five-mile radius. There's no place like home, true, but the Residence Inn comes pretty darn close with its comfortable, mini-residence-style units and cozy conveniences.
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