A location in the center of it all, plus spacious suite-style rooms and free breakfast buffets, prompt our guests to give a hearty two thumbs-up to the Residence Inn by Marriott Norfolk Downtown. The 160-room, nine-story hotel is comprised of studios and one- and two-bedroom suites, each with a living area and fully equipped kitchen. Sofa beds come standard in all the rooms, as does free Wi-Fi and premium cable TV with HBO and ESPN. Guests can expect a complimentary breakfast buffet each morning and a manager's reception on weekday evenings with complimentary munchies. Of course you'll want to take full advantage of the on-site heated indoor pool, hot tub and fitness facility. To facilitate your extended stay, there is a coin laundry on the premises. Pets can join you for an additional charge. The hotel is just about seven miles from the Norfolk International Airport and one mile to the Greyhound bus terminal. Many of Norfolk's attractions are just under a mile from the hotel, including the Chrysler Museum of Art, the d'Art Center, the Harrison Opera House, Wells Theatre and the Douglas MacArthur Memorial. If swimming is more your thing, Atlantic Ocean beaches are just under 10 miles from the hotel. The Marriott's proximity to restaurants and attractions, roomy and modern suites, and plethora of free perks would actually be three thumbs-up if you're counting.
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