The name "Chincoteague" itself means "beautiful land across the water," and indeed our town has a beauty you won't forget. The Hampton Inn & Suites.
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Based on 1660 reviews
Lovely place to stay to recharge your battery. Great place to bike and walk. The ponies are beautiful to see at the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. Also our place to eat is Bill's PRIME Seafood & Steaks. Yummy breakfast, lunch and dinner. My favorite is the Jumbo Steamed Shrimp, seasoned with Old Bay. It is by far my favorite with a crab cake entree.
First time in VA
This was the first time staying in VA and the experience was great. The hotel was clean and had a beautiful view, the staff was very helpful and nice, and being right on the bay was awesome. Would definitely stay here again!
Wonderful Update Hampton Inn
This is my Hilton brand hotel weekend. I used the Norfolk Airport and the Chincoteague Hampton. Excellent location. I came to photograph and ponies and wildlife. Very friendly staff, very clean, great parking. I will be back...when it's warmer!
Another wonderful stay at this Hampton Inn!
Chincoteague Island is a great place to visit. We especially like coming in the off season for a few days as an escape. We always stay at this Hampton because of the consistently excellent service of their dependably friendly staff. Their location is fantastic, Love to watch the sun set across the bay from their porch.
Winter Visit To Chincoteague
The Hampton Inn and Suites was a five-star across the board. Everything about our stay was excellent. Our second-floor, waterfront room was clean, spacious, well appointed, comfortable and "warm." We actually had the heat completely off both nights and the outside temperature was 27 and 30 degrees. And the staff were all professional, pleasant, helpful, etc. Even our housekeeper, Teeney, who we chatted up in the hall one morning was a pleasure, a perfect representative of the hotel. And the complimentary breakfast, which we enjoyed both mornings, was well above the norm for hotel breakfasts. The only "negative" I could mention - and it's really not a negative, but rather an interesting event - about our stay was the loss of power one night from about 10:15 to 11:45 or so. And it was not an issue with the hotel, but rather with the town of Chincoteague, who decided to turn off the power for some maintenance work without giving anyone much of an advance notice. But overall I would give the Hampton Inn and Suites a resounding recommendation. And also a thank-you to the powers that be, who gave us an inch or so of snow overnight which made for a unique (at least for us) photo opportunity the next day. Not very often we've ever seen snow on the sand. :-)