Sunshine Inn & Suites

2701 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23451, United States

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41%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
5%
3
Very Good
18%
11
Average
18%
11
Poor
5%
3
Terrible
53%
32

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Value Score No Data

Good For Business
  • Families45
  • Couples30
  • Solo42
  • Business57
  • WORST HOTEL EVER

    by

    the hotel was infected with bed bugs, gross! And the management and staff could not have cared less about it. If you wish to be severely infected with bed bugs and to be treated really terrible stay here, if not go anywhere else.

    Unique Quality: There is nothing good to describe about this hotel.

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Forum Posts

organization that help elderly with a disability.

by delcity

friend in the virginia beach area has been carring for his spouse with a disability for a few months. it seems that it is starting to get to him.

a nurse friend that deals with the elderly a great deal says that often the elderly do not contact organization that can help. sometimes because they know how to but do not wish to. but sometimes it is because they do not know how and do not know where to look to find information on such organizations.

please if you know of any volunteer or government organization in virginia that might be able to provide some free or lowcost help for him please provide me with the names and mailing addresses and web sites of any organizations

RE: organization that help elderly with a disability.

by Beausoleil

Check the AARP web site. They will give you all kinds of helpful information. Just Google AARP to find it.

My mother lost her eyesight when she was in her 70s and didn't want to give up her house. There were all kinds of programs that sent people to train her how to do everything she needed to do. They were wonderful. She went from depressed to determined . . . and kept her house!

Good luck.

RE: RE: organization that help elderly with a disability.

by Rixie

Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginia - you don't have to be Catholic to use their services:
http://www.cceva.org/olderadults.htm

Respite Care for the Elderly - for patients with Alzheimer's or dementia: http://www.theplanningcouncil.org/tpcdatabase/750ostt5.htm

Citizens' Committee to Protect the Elderly - information and telephone referral:
(757) 518-8500

M.E. Cox Center for Elder Day Health Care - daytime healthcare services and respite for caregivers:
http://www.theplanningcouncil.org/tpcdatabase/750ossg5.htm

RE: RE: organization that help elderly with a disability.

by jelw

I have been a caregiver to family members for more than 17 years. I then started a buisness as a caregiver/co-ordinator for the infirm and elderly. I no longer am in that business so I have limiteed resources to offer.I can offer some insight and an ear. Often caregivers become to detached from the outside world and need an ear and a shoulder. Someone that can really listen and possibly even empathize. If you would like my phone number for your friend I will supply it via e-mail.There are many venues in the Va Beach area that are handicap able. I know your friend is tired but I have found that by pushing myself to take my handicap family/friends out we all do better. It rejuvenated me to be a part of something more than *just* caregiving and inevitably when people saw us out and about I was offered help. More importantly it gave the disabled much needed contact with someone other than me. In Va Beach area we went to the Opera, restaurants and the boardwalk. I had someone from a local church that took to calling on us and as we got to know one another they asked to take out my loved one for a day. It worked out beautifully. Through this a network of sorts started and I was often given *respite* while this group of muscians, christians and Opera buffs would socialize and take over caregiving duties for a few hours.

RE: organization that help elderly with a disability.

by bcb

Hi,
I have a freind for a small Fee she can helpp assist in amy help for the elderly as her experince with sealing from Dr's to nursing homes to finding Doctors that will actually visit your home. She is well educated in this feild do to am invalid Uncle in a assisted home to research she had to do for her mother that was bed ridding for so many years. She is very loving and cares for the help that is deserved for our eldery and handicap.
Please respond by e-mail to me so I can pass on your infromationn or just conctact #'s she can reach you.
Brian Beale
helping Gods little helper.
bcb13va@yahoo.com

Travel Tips for Virginia Beach

Don't forget theese...

by N_philly

Sunscreen, moisterizer, antibacterial hand wipes. Make sure to bring your waterproof camera for great shot while on the beach and in the ocean. Don't forget the binoculars...you just might be able to get a peek at the dolphins! Remember to bring the boogie board.

More butterflies

by bugalugs

This refuge is also a huge area for migratory birds before they fly south.
There have apparently been over 260 different species of birds here.
There are lookout points and hides to see these birds.

Here in the picture is another beautiful butterfly.

I must add that when reading the web site of this place, one thing that I just cant agree with considering this place is a refuge for wildlife is that that have designated areas for hunting and killing white tailed deer!!!! The two just dont seem to go together.

Pasta e Pani on Laskin Rd...

by jimmyf

Pasta e Pani on Laskin Rd (31st street) and Birdneck Road.
I have to mention Bubba's on Shore Drive at Lesner bridge/Lynnhaven Inlet. Fresh Pastas and breads with all the finest ingredients. affordable and a must.
Bubba's is excellent seafood with an excellent view of the inlet. If you want good seafood, check this place out.

The Old Coast Guard Station & Museum

by thecatsmeow

This is an actual Coast Guard station that was built in 1903 and was moved to its current spot on Virginia Beach. It is registered as a Virginia landmark on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum has two floors and charges a small fee to enter the actual museum while you can visit the gift shop for free. It is interesting and I think worth a look if you are in the area of Hampton Roads at all. Our tour guide Stanley was very knowledgable and gave us all a non boring lesson in nautical history. The whole bottom floor is dedicated to life-saving. Exhibits show rescue equipment and methods. One of which is the life-saving breeches buoy. Yikes! How scary is that?
The second floor is filled with tales of shipwrecks that have happened along the Virginia coastline and a really great tower cam that you can control with the touch of a button to check out the surf or the current beach action.
Museum Hours
Mon - Sat. - 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday - Noon - 5 p.m.
Closed Mondays Oct 1 to Memorial Day
Closed Thanksgiving Day,
Christmas Day,
New Years Eve and Day

Admission:
Museum members FREE
Adults $4.00
Senior Citizens/Active Duty Military $3.00
Young People 6-18 $2.00
Under 6 FREE

Big Blue Tropical fish on boardwalk at beach

by butterflykizzez04

Located on 28th street beside the Colonial Inn hotel is this set of tropical blue fish.

This is another photo op along the boardwalk and the girls favorites.
These ops make great pictures and they are free to pose beside and take pictures of.

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Address: 2701 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23451, United States