Villas at the Boardwalk
13 rentals: $157 - $375 per night
3 resales: $2,000 - $7,500
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The oceanfront Villas at the Boardwalk is located directly on the boardwalk in the heart of the Virginia Beach resort district. Every villa is fully appointed and has a balcony to enhance your vacation experience. Amenities include a spacious indoor pool, hot tub, on-site restaurant, and fitness center with state-of-the-art exercise equipment. Guests are near all the fine restaurants, entertainment, and attractions of Virginia Beach. Museums, shopping, fishing, championship golf, Busch Gardens, and Colonial Williamsburg are close by.Villas at the Boardwalk
1601 Atlantic Avenue
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451
- Handicap Accessible Units
- Health Club
- Indoor Pool
- Laundry Room
- Car Rental
- Grocery Store
- Horseback Riding
- Live Entertainment
- Video Rentals
- Water Skiing
- User: kennethl94
- Posted: Aug 26, 2009
We had a wonderful vacation. Staff was very friendly. The condo & grounds were clean. I would defenitely recommend The Boardwalk Resort!!!!
- User: marys516
- Posted: Jan 16, 2009
We stayed at the Boardwalk Villas in July, 2008 and enjoyed our time greatly. We have three kids, 15, 11 and 8 and they were always entertained. The grounds, condo and beach is beautifully maintained. A great family place. You can take the trolley up and down the strip or just walk it. Very safe. Bands, acts, fireworks in the evenings. Just get out and people watch! As others mentioned, it is right in the middle of the strip with all of the action. Ask whoever you rent from to request a high level floor/ocean front room and enjoy!
- User: stephanie136
- Posted: Jul 3, 2007
Our experience at the Villas at the Boardwalk was excellent! The unit was modern, clean, spacious w/up to date furnishings, kitchen & bath. The location of the resort is right in the middle of all the action! Shops, restaurants & best of all the beach! My family couldn't have had a more perfect time. I highly recommend this property to the family that like choices & comfort while on vacation.
- User: takk1956
- Posted: May 6, 2007
Virginia Beach is a treat to all who come to visit . Having grown up 3 hrs from Va. Beach it was a every other yr. trip for my family. I must say it got rough and tough 20yrs ago because of the armed Service men. To my surprise after deciding to veer off in or travel I told my wife lets cut through where I vacationed as a child and see what's happened to the Place. Surprise Surprise This was a hidden treasure that had come to life as a family city. Beach that was to rival those from Florida. Board walk for activities, stores shops, food and music pavilions with life and kids enjoying everything that was offered. Needles to say 3 yrs now and 3 timeshares later its my families Vacation location. Ok now the resort has very Updated furnishings and very clean. Responsive staff and just about in the center of all summer activities that are going on. There is a restraunt on site offering great food and outside dinning overlooking the Ocean and Boardwalk. All units are Float it just depends on if you Own a "Ocean front" float, The unit # would be different each yr but still Ocean front. We love the trolle that take us up-down the strip with out driving. Va.beach is a great place to visit if only just once.
- User: thekohser
- Posted: Jul 11, 2005
This resort offers some of the best lodging available in Virginia Beach. Staff was friendly. The RockFish grille was tasty, if a bit expensive. Access to the boardwalk and the very well-kept beach was phenomenal. The room was nicely decorated and very clean. Virginia Beach lacks a certain "quaintness", so enjoy the ocean as much as you can.
That being said, I want to warn anyone who plans to rent or buy a unit at this resort to be VERY CAREFUL in finding out if the unit in question has an ocean-side balcony, or an Atlantic Avenue balcony. (All of the units ending with the digits "09" actually face Atlantic Avenue, and there may be others with less-than-ideal orientations.) We got stuck renting from an owner on this site who was absolutely NOT clear about the fact that our "floating" unit (1009) faced Atlantic Avenue. They may have even been deceptive in saying that we could enjoy Independence Day fireworks from the balcony (true, if they meant the fireworks 18 miles away in Portsmouth). So, although we got to see the F/A-18 Hornets flying over the town, instead of ocean views and breezes -- we were also treated to views of the rooftops of various seafood buffets, t-shirt shops, "Professor Cline's Time Machine", and a mysteriously nauseating smell that seemed to combine waffles and over-fried chicken.
The lesson -- you can enjoy a stay at the Villas in Virginia Beach -- just do your homework a little better than we did.
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