With its stylish design and freebies (airport shuttle, buffet breakfast and internet access), the all-suite Residence Inn Newport News Airport feels like a chic downtown hotel that's giving guests a great deal. One of the area's most popular hotels among our guests, the five-story Residence Inn has public spaces that are flooded with light. The 125 non-smoking suites are an economical choice for families who don't want to eat out for every meal. In addition to a full-size refrigerator, the nicely equipped kitchens have a microwave, stove and even a dishwasher. The staff will do your grocery shopping if you don't have the time. High-tech touches include flat-panel TVs with premium cable channels and free Wi-Fi. Separately, living areas have handy sofa beds, so rooms comfortably sleep between four and six people. A hot and hearty breakfast is served downstairs every morning. There's an indoor pool, a fitness room and even an outdoor tennis court and basketball court. Parking is free, as is the airport shuttle. Located on a quiet side street, the Residence Inn has quick access to the interstate. The Mariners' Museum is seven miles south. About nine miles north are the historic homes of Endview Plantation and Lee Hall. Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport is three miles north, and Norfolk International Airport is 27 miles southeast. The "beautifully decorated" Residence Inn Newport News Airport gets raves from our guests, who say that it is close to shopping and restaurants. The lodging property is "clean and stocked with everything you would need."
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