When relocation, job change or a weeklong vacation brings you to Newport News, check out our extended-stay facility where we always give you the best value for your money. Our fully furnished, studio apartment-style rooms are furnished with a complete kitchen, high speed Internet access, paid utilities and more. Our location at 12015 Jefferson Ave is only minutes away from the city center.
InTown Suites is the alternative to extended stay hotels and short-term housing. We offer more than 189 locations in 22 states and are growing to serve you even better. And, with our “no lease and no credit check” policy, guests can easily move in, stay as long as they need, and be free to move when they are ready.
This standard room is equipped like a studio apartment and comes with a long list of amenities. Find everything you need to feel at home.Check Availability
Furnished like our Studio, these third-floor rooms offer the extra peace and quiet of being on the top floor. The room is equipped with amenities like a complete kitchen, high-speed Internet, and a large flat panel TV.Check Availability
With two beds, this room accommodates up to four guests. The spacious room is well appointed with a kitchen, full-size refrigerator, large flat panel TV, high-speed Internet and more.Check Availability
Upgrade your stay! Our Queen Suite offers a pillow top queen bed, comfortable couch or lounge chair with sitting area, kitchen with full-size refrigerator, dinette table and chairs, high-speed Internet and TV.Check Availability
Take I-64 to Exit 255A. Travel south on Jefferson Avenue approximately one and a half miles. Our InTown Suites Newport News North property is located on the right.
Newport News is located in the Hampton Roads metropolitan area of Virginia, at the southwestern end of the Virginia Peninsula. The area offers travelers a unique sightseeing experience. Its location on the banks of the Hampton Roads puts Newport News minutes from Williamsburg and just a short drive from Virginia Beach and the Atlantic Ocean. Newport News offers many opportunities to explore the city’s history with the USS Monitor Center, historic homes, battles site and fortifications.