InTown Suites is a great alternative to hotels when you need a place to stay in Norfolk, Virginia. Each room is set up like a studio apartment – with complete kitchens, giant 42″ TVs, high speed internet access and more. Our low rate even includes weekly housekeeping. Our location at 5649 Lowery Road is just minutes from downtown Norfolk, the Norfolk airport, Norfolk State University and many other attractions and employers. We are conveniently located to Military Highway and I-64.
Reservations: (866) 446-9385
To Reach the Property or a Guest: (757) 213-5454Check In: 3:00pm, Check Out: 12:00pm.
Monday - Saturday: 11AM - 7PM
Please call to make arrangements if you are arriving after the office closes.
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.
Every room at InTown Suites Norfolk VA is set up like an efficiency apartment and offers a kitchen (full-size refrigerator, microwave and two-burner stovetop), full-size or larger bed, dining area, large flat panel TV with premium channels, and high speed Internet access.
No pets allowed at InTown Suites Norfolk VA
At InTown Suites Norfolk VA, check-in is 3:00 p.m. and check-out is 12:00 p.m.
Some 245,000 people call Norfolk home. This city encompasses 66 square miles, much of it lining the shore of the Chesapeake Bay! It is home to Naval Station Norfolk, the world’s largest naval base and headquarters to NATO, the North Atlanta Treaty Organization. Norfolk visitors have much to see and do. The Chrysler Museum of Art houses paintings, sculptures and photography and boasts one of the largest collections of glass in the world – over 10,000 objects spanning 3,000 years! You can also set sail at Nauticus. This interactive science and technology museum is home to the Battleship Wisconsin and features many interactive maritime exhibits. This city is also home to Old Dominion University, Norfolk State University and Tidewater Community College.