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Located in the heart of City Center, Newport News, VA and America's maritime history, the Newport News Marriott at City Center commands a towering presence; rising to every occasion for the business and leisure traveler.
Our brand new lobby offers modern designs with a spacious floor plan.
Lobby Seating Area
Our guests will appreciate the ample seating space located on the first floor of our hotel.
Lobby Seating Area
Relax and enjoy our high definition flat-screen television and seating area at our hotel.
Located less than two miles from our hotel, the Virginia Living Museum in Newport News celebrates the amazing, unique and diverse wildlife from the upland coves of the Appalachian Mountains to the salty offshore waters of the Atlantic Ocean and feature more than 245 different animal species.
Lee Hall Mansion
Take a step back in time when you visit one of the many historical Newport News museums and attractions including the Lee Hall Mansion, one of the last remaining Antebellum houses in Virginia. During 1862, the home was used as a headquarters by Confederate generals Joseph E. Johnston and John B. Magruder. Hundreds of artifacts, including a tablecloth from the USS Monitor, are on display in the museum's 1862 Peninsula Campaign Gallery.
Enjoy scenic Lake Maury from one of the unique paddle boats at Mariners Museum Park, 550 acres of privately maintained, naturally wooded property that offers visitors a quiet and serene place to walk, run, or picnic.
The USS Monitor Center is the largest maritime museum in North America and showcases an extraordinary collection of historical artifacts and interactive displays. The Museum's collection contains approximately 35,000 two and three-dimensional objects and images documenting nearly 3,000 years of mankind's experiences on the seas and waterways of the world.