If you’re looking for a budget friendly motel in Virginia Beach, look no further than Econo Lodge Town Center.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Virginia Beach, Econo Lodge Virginia Beach is located a short distance from Mount Trashmore Park (1.5 mi) and Ferry Plantation House (1.9 mi).
Rooms at Econo Lodge Virginia Beach offer a flat screen TV providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A fitness center and free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Econo Lodge Virginia Beach, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Greek restaurants, including Ammos, Azar's Natural Foods Market, and Mediterranean Cuisine, all of which are a short distance from Econo Lodge Virginia Beach.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular science museums such as Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center.
The staff at Econo Lodge Town Center looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
This was the worst hotel experience of my life. When we arrived at the Econo Lodge and proceeded to check in, the front desk clerk had a bad attitude for some unknown reason and was not polite when checking us in. The whole process seemed very rushed and disingenuous. After gathering our belongings and heading up to the room, we noticed that there was floor damage as soon as we walked in, possibly from a leak above. When we looked up at the ceiling, we actually saw a mushroom growing out of it. We suspected that this was because of water damage and likely that there was mold in the ceiling as well. We decided we could no longer stay at the hotel and quickly gathered our belongings. When my boyfriend went to go and speak to the front desk clerk about the issue and how it was unacceptable and that we would like a refund, she replied “well that’s your opinion”. She stated that their refund/complaint policy is only valid within the first 15 minutes of check in. However, I do not believe that mold falls into this category as it is a very serious health risk for customers. We did have the option to request a different room, but we could likely suspect that mold was not just in one room. If it’s in the ceiling, it’s definitely spread throughout. We could not believe that an establishment as popular as Econo Lodge was allowing this to happen and ignoring the health risks it poses to its guests. Staying at this hotel would be a waste of money and a health risk.…
After my son came home from deployment we checked in to stay here for a night. Paid $165. Our first non smoking room smelled like smoke. It was dirty but not too bad. I asked for another room. It was filthier than the first. Every inch of it. The woman was very short and rude. We checked right out. No refund. I did get $38 back from Booking.com that Econo Lodge over charged us.
One night stay here... check in went well, Lady helping was very friendly! The room was the problem... very dirty, non smoking reeked of smoke. Cobwebs in every corner and stains on the sheets, lampshades. I would not recommend to stay here.
The besthotel around would visit every time im in town The best staff and guest services i have ever uncountered. Clean pet friendly. Also rigjt by anything u could possibly need. Food, stores anything u need
I was looking for a room at the last minute and called the econolodge and the front desl clerk (Yolanda) answered the phone with a pleasant voice... I didn't have a reservation but she said that was okay and she would take care of me upon arriving she greeted me with a smile and in no time I was in my room GREAT customer service we need more people like you Yolanda I would recommend this hotel to my friends and family....I enjoyed my stay thanks.