Beach Quarters Resort

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Beach Quarters Resort

Virginia Beach, Virginia

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  • Beach Quarters Resort is set in a breathtaking location, with all suites featuring oceanfront balconies. The resort includes a family activity center, rooftop swimming pool, and a fitness center. Guests are within walking distance of deep-sea fishing, shopping, museums, dozens of restaurants, and nightspots. Championship golfing, horseback riding, Busch Gardens, and Colonial Williamsburg are nearby. This is a great vacation getaway.

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    • Avatar for velma11
      By velma11 Updated Aug 3, 2013

      This resort has been totally updated as of 2012. We have owned here for 5 years, and management has addressed some of the more pressing issues. New furniture and bed linens have given the rooms an updated and more coordinated look. New kitchen and bathroom updates are completed and are very, very nice! The pipe on the beach, which is needed to dredge Rudee's Inlet, is not something BQ has any control over; nonetheless, the pipe is now almost completely buried from view so that only a small section protrudes above the sand. Management has also added more landscaping outside (front and back) and added well-maintained potted plants in the pool and tennis court areas for a very sophisticated look. The outdoor pool and bar & grill is completely remodeled and very sophisticated. Room doors, which used to slam shut, now close gently. Outside, covered hallways, used to access the rooms, are newly painted--plain but extremely practical for clients trapesing in and out with sandy feet, wet bathing suits, and the occasional bike, plus you feel the great ocean breezes and smell the salty air! Three fast elevators in a rich, dark wood get you where you want to go in a hurry. Very nice amenities!!

      Housekeeping has improved considerably. Front desk staff are courteous but not always swift to correct mistakes; however, the resort manager is easily accessible by phone or email, and she stepped in to see that missing items in our kitchen were replaced.

      Location of BQ is the best!! We have purchased a second, week-32 timeshare here, so our whole family can stay in comfort.

    • Avatar for thomasm116
      By thomasm116 Updated Jan 22, 2013

      Stayed in Sept. 2012. Resort completed remodel in 2012. Units are oceanfront. Absolutely great location and a long list of available amenities. Overlooks wide beach and the boardwalk. Walked to Rudee Inlet for stand up paddleboard. Other water sports available there too. Crowds were gone but water was still warm. Nightly boardwalk concerts were over for the season but we went to the Neptune Festival wine tasting and loved it (go early, it gets crowded). Many restaurants and lots of shopping available. Went to Norfolk to see Nauticus and USS Wisconsin, well worth the short drive. This resort has a covered parking deck which is a little tight for larger vehicles. Only complaint was with the Owner's Assoc. voice messaging the wrong start time for the welcome party, but management quickly extended the get together to accommodate all who wished to attend.

    • Avatar for caroles20
      By caroles20 Updated Dec 29, 2011

      Davids 1168 with his one star review is not correct. We have owned at Beachquarters for 19 years and have loved every year. Have never had a dirty room, always been very clean. The staff and maintenance personnel are always friendly, courteous and helpful. Yes, you do have to pay for the internet but it is reasonable enough. View is delightful from your room or your balcony. The pipe only runs for a short period of time and only brings sand out of the inlet. Restaurants in the area are plentiful, the outdoor pool and patio bar are above the parking garage and have a nice view and very fun to be at. The indoor pool is a bit small, but is good for children when it is chilly out. Don't think you ever stayed at a Motel 8 or whatever you want to call it (I thought it was Motel 6 or Super 8) but maybe you should try one before you compare, and why would you have to change your cleaning date? How petty! And, Beachquarters is more like condos, certainly not a motel. Also, you should be glad that you hear the fighter planes, we find them very interesting, they are training our troops who are fighting for you, so please, next time, think before you speak.

    • Avatar for susanj37
      By susanj37 Oct 21, 2010

      We have owned week 27 for 5 years and absolutely love the Beach Quarters. In fact we usually rent our week out and rent a week in August here at the Beach Quarters. It has great amenities, at the quieter end, and plenty of entertainment/activities to keep u busy. I will never go any other place.

    • Avatar for duaner25
      By duaner25 Jun 3, 2010

      Overall great resort and super location .....some of the best amenities on the beach.

    • Avatar for davids1168
      By davids1168 Updated Dec 24, 2009

      I have travel extensively, being in motels to 5 stars hotels. To describe this hotel in simple terms, call it a motel 8 with ocean view.

      Have to pay for the safe even if you do not used it! Have to pay $1 for each local call or 800 number. Have to pay for the internet! I was a guess of a timeshare owner. Have to pay a fee of $35 to get the date change for the middle of the week cleaning. The middle of the week house cleaning was on a wednesday? When the check-in is saturday for a 7 nights. House cleaning, very poor. The floor was sticky when we check in. For the middle of the week house cleaning, I gave a tip of $5 even before the lady started to clean, believe it or not, the service was still not there. Wow the timeshare owners are getting rip off big time. The hotel or I would say Motel is located in front of an 15 inches pipe that is used to dump dirty sand on the beach, discusting, in the week we stay they started dumping that stuff (for 3 days) on our third day and the beach was cover with dark wooden pieces, dirt, big sea shells that hurt when you step on them. We just stop going to the beach and used the swimming pool (which actual looks like a bathtub) of the hotel. And the nosie of the fighter aircraft... HEADACHE...on and on day and night. Yep, the noise all the way in your room. Actually you feel your room shaking. Long time I did not stay at motel 8, bet you that all of the above is free at Motel 8. Comments above from Bobr27 and you that they are working at beach resort...all lies believe me or they must be blind and have hearing problems...didn't hear the sounds of the fighter planes, cannot they comments on the old furnitures, rugs, appliances ...

    • Avatar for bobr27
      By bobr27 Updated Dec 15, 2009

      We also own at Ocean Beach Club but still prefer our 2 bedroom at Beach Quarters due to the resort's location and it's ammenities. We also like the south end of town because within walking distance are many great restaurants, shops and Rudee's Inlet along with a more relaxed atmosphere. The staff is knowledgable, pleasant and helpful. The use of the Turtle Cay pool is a plus. We look forward to our return next summer. The occasional military flyovers are not a problem at all. I view the flight crews heroes, men and women flyers, that are willing to sacrifice their lives for our freedom...and I salute them!

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      By theresac67 Aug 29, 2009

      We have owned a 2 bedroom lock-out here for 20 years. We love it and haven't missed a year. Our children are now 17 & 20 yrs old and have said that no matter what happens or where they are, they will always be with us at the BeachQuarters every summer. We travel a lot and this is the best set-up for us. All rooms are ocean front at the southern end of the beach near Rudees Inlet--the perfect location. Some of the best restaurants at the beach are located within walking distance or you can hop on your bike and head south up over Rudee Inlet for the water and go-cart park, marine science museum, Red Wing Park, lots of plazas, and shops. BeachQuarters has a roof-top tennis court and shuffle board--we play everyday. The roof-top pool is very nice and a quick lunch, beer, or smoothie at the SandBar poolside snack bar is very convenient. It has an indoor pool and 2 hot-tubs. The exercise room is well equipped, but we choose to play tennis, golf, ride our bikes, jog on the beach, our son fishes the inlet and Sandbridge, and our daughter & her friends shop all up and down Atlantic Avenue. The staff is always friendly and helpful. It is always immaculate and they have refurbished our unit twice since we purchased--now we have a dishwasher too! No washer/dryer in the unit, but I will give that up to sit on the balcony & watch the sunrise and dolphins in the morning while enjoying my first coffee and relaxing in the evening with a gin and tonic while watching the fireworks over the ocean To sum it up, this place is swell--and has only been getting better every year.

    • Avatar for stephenm90
      By stephenm90 Mar 12, 2008

      Have been coming here for 8 years, and every year they improve. New Elevators, new ventilation, re done rooms. Yes, the parking is tight, but it is attached, covered, free. Two pools, activities for the kids, and a quieter part of the beach. Walking distance from half a dozen restaurants and a trolley stop on the corner for heading uptown. You can use Turtle Cay next door when you rent from an owner. They have a great outside pool. Balconies overlook the ocean. Watch dolphins swim in the am and pm.

    • Avatar for takk1956
      By takk1956 Updated Dec 29, 2007

      (2007) Hello All, exterior changes have happened,Interior upgrades have added items that are now more inline with what is expected from a resort for guest services.As always Virginia beach is still a blast for the kids.

      (2005) The resort is on the small but clean and tidy side,The resort is quick to respond to problems.Parking is hard at times,But park and use the trolley pass and you never have to drive.The resort could use Guest areas for internet access,reading,resting is one main thing that could put the resort as 5 star for "Va".Has every thing you need from shopping to bike riding as a family,Very relaxed and the pool at the sister resort(Turtle Cay)across the street was well enjoyed by the kids as "super" kid friendly and landscaped to be adult enjoyable. Va Beach has become what Md. had to offer 20yrs ago for the family.The beach is itself the Most desirable for activites and size that are hard too find anywhere in the USA.My family plans to return for many yrs to come because of the family feel and comfort and safty the area has to offer and clean surroundings you can enjoy.To be mid jun as for weather it was the recharge of the body that was needed even with 3 kids to handle.Va beach I give it 9 on a scale of 10. We will be back after skipping it for 15yrs.

    • Avatar for tk34
      By tk34 Updated Aug 30, 2007

      All the timeshare units have an oceanfront balcony with a beautiful view of the ocean. The unit for 2 was clean and small, but we had all the amenities which included a king- size bed, large Jacuzzi Tub, mini-kitchen. We enjoyed the resort weekly activiites and especially the Welcome Party - Luai Style on the rooftop pool/outdoor bar (Free food, beverages and live music) overlooking the ocean. The resort staff was very friendly.

      This resort has the most amenities that I have seen at Virginia Beach (tennis court, shuffle board, outdoor pool, indoor heated pool, kiddie pool, 2 hot tubs, spa, exercise facilities with a view of the ocean, etc.).

    • Avatar for marainnes
      By marainnes Jul 18, 2005

      RELAXING & ENJOYABLE! What a sight to wake up every morning to--the sound of the ocean! We had a wonderful time at VA Beach. Lots of activities to do with the kids and for adults! The hotel itself was nice--I believe it needs a little bit of remodeling--my room had a musty cigarette odor--not pleasant. The room was comfortable for the 5 of us--we had a 1 bedroom. The staff was pleasant. The location was a little off from the strip, but one could always use the trolley/walk--like we did. I would definitely visit VA beach again!

    • Avatar for shanielle1
      By shanielle1 Updated Mar 28, 2005

      We had made a visit to this resort and feel it was on the cleaner side but very small.. more like a hotel room!! we went to other resorts also

    • Avatar for donna1025
      By donna1025 Feb 9, 2005

      Perfect location. Resort is renovated and very clean. Parking is tight in the garage. Beautiful view of the ocean from your own balcony. Great fitness center. Walk to everything, great restaurants, Beautiful, new boardwalk.

    • Avatar for kay167
      By kay167 Jul 18, 2004

      This resort is just OK, the picture makes it look great but I have been at much nicer resorts than this place. The rooms need cleaned better, you get towels twice during the week, and there were black bugs in our room. If you like to have magaritas at the pool, they only serve non alcoholic, you can get beer or wine though. Oh and the parking garage is terrible, if you have a carrier on your car, be prepared to remove it-- it won't fit. Best thing is the ocean view, we payed alot to see that!

    • Avatar for bria10
      By bria10 Jul 19, 2003

      We visited our friends who own at Beach Quarters.

      I was really pleased that all units are oceanfront--right on beautiful VA Beach. The kitchen was adequate. Our friends were able to cook "banquet-style" meals for us to enjoy.

      The staff was friendly and accommodating and we loved the convenient location to attractions, restaurants, entertainment, highways, etc.

      What more could you ask for?

      We look forward to returning as guests.

    • Avatar for ganurse6
      By ganurse6 Jan 21, 2003

      Great Location, Right on the beach, Overlooking the inlet. We watch the Parade of Dolphins every morning from our balcony with our coffee.

      One bedroom is rated to sleep six, but you better be friends. Adaquate for four. Comfortable for a couple. The kitchen is fully stocked, if small. It has everything you will need, but bring only one cook.

      The resort is very nice. All the facilities are in tip top condition. Indoor Pool and Hot tub is most enjoyable. Health Center is a wonderful ameniety.

      Virginia Beach has everything for a complete vacation. Activity and nitelife in the town, Nature and seclusion in Sandbridge, Back Bay Nat Wildlife Ref., and False Cape St Park. Norfolk and Hampton within easy reach. And Williamsburg only one hour away.

      We vacation here every October, and find it a highlight of our year.

  • On-Site
    • Bar
    • Conference Facilities
    • Fitness Center
    • Game Room
    • Kid Friendly
    • Ocean
    • Outdoor Pool
    • Sauna
    • Spa Services
    • Tennis
    • Boating
    • Fishing
    • Golf
    • Grocery Store
    • Horseback Riding
    • Live Entertainment
    • Restaurant
    • Scuba Diving
    • Shopping Area
    • Wind Surfing
  • 501 Atlantic Avenue
    Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451
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