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Welcome to the Suffolk TownePlace Suites! We are located in the Hampton Roads area and offer easy access to many dining, shopping and entertainment destinations. We are also conveniently located next to the Lockheed Martin Center and the VMASC Facilities. Our hotel offers easy access to the corporate headquarters of General Dynamics, Sysco, SAIC, and Mitre.
Take advantage of our comfortable lobby seating anytime you want to relax over a cup of fresh coffee and a newspaper; meet with your group to finalize plans; or just mingle with fellow travelers. Designed with your comfort in mind, our lobby is available 24 hours a day and offers a variety of seating options.
Gather with business associates to finalize plans or just curl up with your favorite book. Comfortable lobby seating is available to our guests 24 hours a day. The Suffolk TownePlace Suites is your foremost choice for comfort and convenience.
Studio Suite offers travelers a premium extended-stay experience. Our Studio Suites feature a spacious queen-sized bed; a full kitchen that includes a microwave, full-size refrigerator, stove top, and dishwasher; and complimentary high-speed Internet access.
Studio Suite Sleeping Area
Our Studio Suites feature a luxurious plush queen sized bed and pull-out sofa bed.
Suite Sleeping Area
Our suites are equipped with everything to make your extended-stay an enjoyable one – a spacious queen-sized bed and a full kitchen that includes a microwave, full-size refrigerator, stove top, and dishwasher. Suites also provide complimentary high-speed Internet access.
Suite Living Area
Tastefully decorated, our suites are as comfortable as they are clean. With all the amenities to make your stay enjoyable and convenient, they are the perfect home away from home.
Our Two-Bedroom suites offer travelers a premium, extended-stay experience. These suites feature two bedrooms, each with a spacious queen-sized bed; a full kitchen that includes a microwave, full-size refrigerator, stove top, and dishwasher; and complimentary high-speed Internet access.
Now you can prepare your favorite meals on the road. Our suites come with a full kitchen that includes a full-size refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, and stove top.
The luxury doesn’t end at the bedroom. Bathrooms at the Suffolk TownePlace Suites feature amenities such as curved shower rods that provide more space in the shower, upscale bath soaps and lotions, and beautiful granite counter tops.
The Virginia Contemporary Arts Center was founded in 1952 to foster knowledge, discovery, and understanding of the influence art has in our lives. The Center pursues these goals by hosting exhibitions, holding studio art classes, engaging in community outreach programs, and organizing outdoor art shows.
Virginia Sports Hall of Fame
The Virginia Sports Hall of Fame was created in 1972 to honor the athletes, coaches, educators, and journalists that have contributed to the rich and diverse sports history of Virginia. From its informative displays to its interactive exhibits, the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame is a great stop for sports fans of any age.
Virginia Beach Shopping
Virginia Beach is a shopper’s paradise! Find great deals at Greenbrier, MacArthur and Lynnhaven malls or at unique boutiques along the Boardwalk.
Visit the historic USS Wisconsin. The USS Wisconsin was commission during World War II and earned her third Battle Star in the pivotal battle for Iwo Jima. It was decommissioned for the third and final time in 1996 after serving in the Gulf War. This piece of American history is on display at the National Maritime Center-Nauticus located just 20 minutes away.
Experience your favorite live performance at the nTelos Amphitheatre in nearby Portsmouth, VA.
Tour the Cape Henry Memorial which commemorates the first landing of English settlers who later founded Jamestown, the first European colony in North America.