Crowne Plaza Virginia Beach

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

4453 Bonney Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23462, United States
Crowne Plaza Hotel Virginia Beach -Town Center
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  • Couples78
  • Solo80
  • Business77

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Forum Posts

Dog Walking on the beach

by SandyMoulton

I will be in the Residence Inn Mariott Oceanfront last week in May. We are taking our dog and was wondering if there is any restrictions on walking our dog on the beach? Thank you, Sandy

Re: Dog Walking on the beach

by goodfish

This is from the City of Virginia Beach website:

"Can I take my pet on the sand beaches or any adjacent areas?
City code 6-5. This is allowed during certain times of the year and under certain restrictions. During the "season," which is defined as the time period from 6:00 p.m. on the Friday before Memorial day through 6:00 p.m. Labor Day of each year, NO pets are allowed on the public beaches, the boardwalk or the grassy area west of the boardwalk between Rudee Inlet and 42nd Street. This restriction also covers any pet, other than a dog or cat, unless the animal is in an escape-proof container. This includes, but is not limited to, any mammal, bird, or reptile.

During this same period, pets are not allowed on any other public sand beaches except before 10:00 a.m. and after 6:00 p.m. It is unlawful to allow any pet to defecate on any public sand beach or litter the boardwalk or grassy area west of the boardwalk. In the event a pet defecates on the sand beach, the owner or custodian must remove the material defecated and dispose of it in an airtight container or wrapper and place same in a garbage receptacle.

Additionally, during the times pets are permitted on the beaches, the owner or custodian must carry a container of sufficient size and adequate design to remove and dispose of all feces deposited by the animal."

So, if you're there before Memorial Day, looks like you'll be OK. Reference this page of the website if needing further info (sorry it's so long!)

Re: Dog Walking on the beach

by bocmaxima

Yeah, I was there in January a couple of years ago (not exactly beach weather) and recall a lot of dogs out.
It sucks if you're coming after Memorial Day because the City/County of Virginia Beach pretty much covers the entire coastal area of the Tidewater region aside from the Eastern Shore and North Carolina, which are inaccessible by car more often than not. There are some parks you could go to, at least.

Re: Dog Walking on the beach

by grandmaR

The tidewater area is more than just Virginia Beach, but I think the first answer has the information that was asked for.

Travel Tips for Virginia Beach

Bring your own bikes and lock them up.

by tpangelinan

All long the boardwalk and around the town you will find many places to lock up your bike safely. The town can be covered by bike if your healthy or not, just take your time, stop lock up and shop or eat. Then your on your way again, no waiting for a trolley, bus or taxi.

Hells Point Golf Course

by bugalugs

Our son Joe and his friend Gareth who came with us are both keen on golf and had read about this area having many gold courses. So this was a real must to play at an american golf course.
We did phone a couple of days before hand just to make sure that they would be able to play and there was no problem.
What did tickle them was when driving the golf buggy there is a radio system, which asked them if they wanted food/drink delivering to them!!!!
There is a shop where all sorts of golfing equipment/clothes/souvenirs etc are sold.
Also a restaurant where they had something to eat after their game until we picked them up.
They had a great time and said they would thoroughly recommend it, and the people were very helpful and friendly. The price which I think was about $40 each included their hire of golf equipment and also a golf buggy which they thought amazing never having used one before.

However they did take their own golf shoes and appropriate clothes as golf clubs are quite stringent on the dress code of golfers.

The best place to go is along...

by sexylady

The best place to go is along the strip from 24th street to 9th street (although the bars start to lessen as you pass 17th street)
HAPPY HOUR!! I don't really know but I remember one guy was stopped going into a bar because he had no sleeves on hi top??

The best experience we had was...

by Maples01

The best experience we had was at the Duck in and Gazebo. It is located off the busy strip in the Chick's Beach area. Great hushpuppies given to you before your meal. Be sure to have seafood, as it was the best we had all week. Great view of the sunset and not too crowded on a week night. There are two bars- on the inside of the restaurant and one out in the gazebo overlooking the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. Sand Vollyball court near the gazebo is fun!
Right on the water over looking the Chesepeake Bay. Sand Volleyball court. Huge party on Friday night in the Summer. Any seafood- we had the flounder fish fry and it was huge!!! Hushpuppies are the BEST.

You must take a day trip to...

by caraynix

You must take a day trip to Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, and or (if you like history), visit Old Colonial Williamsburg. Busch Gardens is a beautiful, well run amusement park with something for everyone. And Colonial Williamsburg is just completely interesting and also beautiful. Another place of interest that my kids enjoyed was the Virginia Air and Space Center of Hampton,VA. And then there is Jamestown Settlement with lots of history and folks dressed in Colonial wear to make it very real. There really are many things to see and do in Virginia Beach and not too far from it. It's a great place for a family vacation!


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 Crowne Plaza Virginia Beach

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Address: 4453 Bonney Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23462, United States