Centrally located in the Virginia Beach resort area, the Marjac Suites has something to offer everyone. Activities for young and old alike abound to make the most of any vacation. It offers spectacular views of the Boardwalk, bike path, and the Atlantic Ocean. And now, with Virginia Beach's Boardwalk, ... More
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Centrally located in the Virginia Beach resort area, the Marjac Suites has something to offer everyone. Activities for young and old alike abound to make the most of any vacation. It offers spectacular views of the Boardwalk, bike path, and the Atlantic Ocean. And now, with Virginia Beach's Boardwalk, bike trails, BeachStreet, and USA's live entertainment, a Virginia Beach vacation is better than ever. Enjoy any of the activities that are conveniently available such as surfing, parasailing, fishing, shopping, jet skiing, golf, and putt-putt.Marjac Suites has a large outdoor swimming pool, free on-premise parking, and a wide, guarded beach with umbrella and chair rental service. Its guests can also take advantage of the coin-operated laundry on site.The Marjac Suites features 54 two-room, efficiency apartments that all face the oceanfront and have a private bedroom with two double beds (apartments sleep six). All come standard with a separate living room with sleeper sofa and a kitchenette that is fully equipped with a microwave, stove, refrigerator, coffee maker, cookware, utensils, and dishes. Each room has cable TV with ESPN and HBO. Direct-dial phones are available for your convenience, as is a daily maid service.
All rooms seemed to have an oceanview which was great, and I think all rooms are 2 room suites. Front Room had full kitchenette, bowls, silverware, dining table, sofa (that seemed like it must have had a pull out inside), patio with 2 chairs. Cost about $80. Room only had 2 double beds. Across the street from Kohrs Brothers Ice Cream and a really short walk to a Steelers bar. Not many guests so it was pretty private. Pool, but it was closed when we were there. So, all this to it wasn't bad for the money, but it wasn't the Ritz Carlton. If your just beeping thru for a night my husband and I thought it was A-OK.
All in all, we had a great stay. The room was spacious and nice. The location was in the heart of everything and you could walk to everything. The staff was friendly, courteous, and accomodating. We did have some minor issues: A towel rack broke, a light out, no phone, maid service skipped one day, but when these were brought to the front desk's attention, the response could not have been any quicker. We were on the 7th floor and the elevator was slow and crammed at times, and we used the stairs about half the time. The balcony is nice and all rooms face the ocean. Mostly a family crowd staying with us, so not a lot of noise or problems with partiers up all night. A good value, if we come back to VB, we would definitely consider it again.
I would not stay at this hotel again if they paid me. During check-in, the clerk (who, like all employees referenced, shall remain nameless until the letter to the owner is sent) explained to me that the keys were "very sensitive" and should not be near my cell phone, credit cards, car keys, anything metal, etc. By the time I got upstairs my key didn't work. I used my cell phone to call the hotel and a maintenance man came up with two more keys. Those keys also didn't work. He let me in the room with his "skeleton" key card and advised me to have the desk make new ones. In total, the desk ended up making me six sets of keys, none of which ever worked. By the time Saturday evening came along, I was stopping by the front desk to be accompanied to my room to be let in. The staff clearly thought I needed lessons in how to swipe key cards -- despite my traveling 100 percent for work and key cards not being exactly neurosurgery -- but never thought there could be a problem with the door or the key programming system. (On one occasion of getting new keys, another guest on the 5th floor was having the same problem.) So not only were the staff members incapable of trying to solve an actual problem, but I got the extreme pleasure of being made to feel stupid by no less than five people.
Additionally, during check-in, the clerk also was extra pleased to offer me a room at the end of the hallway opposite the elevator so that I wouldn’t have to deal with the noise. How nice. Too bad my room bisected a party of 20 teenagers (they were asking other people to buy them alcohol, my guess is automatically 19-year-olds) who then decided it was a good idea to shout at each other across my balcony … all evening. I was out on Saturday night only until about midnight, but the frat party lasted until 4 a.m. To be fair, I couldn’t hear anyone while they were in their rooms -- the cross-balcony shouting stopped before I got back in that night. However, because there were so many of them, they didn’t stay in their rooms, and instead ran jovially back and forth all night. I’m not angry with the kids; the hotel obviously caters to spring breakers (large suites with lots of sleeping areas, kitchens suitable for those eating on a budget and drinking en masse, signs everywhere about knowing the inventory of every hotel possession, etc.) But if you’re going to sell someone on a quiet room, you should actually make sure it will be quiet.
Other little things that normally wouldn’t bother me added to the extreme frustration of this stay. These things include, but are probably not limited to: no screen on the hair dryer; no iron; no internet (“right now, but there’s a Starbucks a mile away”); no professionalism (I am not your niece, I am your client: smile when you greet me, don’t text while you help me, don’t talk to your friends who are just chilling on the lobby furniture while you’re waiting for the computer to respond, and don’t call me “babe”); a cold pool; a dingy, small, extra slow elevator; a dirty bathtub; dripping faucets; a shower rod too dirty to hang washed bathing suits; a phone book found not by any phone or in the end tables but on the top shelf of a hall closet; lack of a “do not disturb” sign (I saw one on another door handle, why don’t I get one, Mister We Inventory Everything Hotel?) which, of course, leads to housekeeping knocking on the door at 9 a.m.; a wasp nest on the corner of the building (my balcony was second from the end); a balcony door that wouldn’t stay shut without being locked, which I discovered when I came back in to a fly- and other insect-filled room and a wide-open door (signs anyone? better yet, repair?); TV remotes that don’t control the TVs (why are they there, then?).
Finally, upon check out, a simple “I hope you enjoyed your stay” or even just “Thank you” would have been much nicer than “Okay, you can go.”
there was plenty of room and very clean. Compared to the schooner inn it was alot nicer. It was worth the time and money. I would recommend it to others.
Too many sports channels. Not everyone likes sports. How about the cooking channel.
I remember going to this hotel when I was 7 years old. I am 37. I have gone to this hotel as an adult over the last 15 years and I go back because of the price, oceanfront balcony, kitchen, and 2 rooms (privacy from the kids), If you have a family with kids and you need to cook food to save money this is an excellent value. RENOVATIONS look good. it is about time. they have new counters cabnets and it looks good. I remember new flooring also. if you do not like the busy area of the beach (I do) this is not for you. My parents are 65 and 73 and everytime I say I am going they want a room also (they like to watch the busy movement during day on the beach and front balcony to watch at night). We enjoy siting out at night watching the excitement. Over the years there has been minor problems to me (but big problems for others) slow running,draining toilets/tubs. but the money I saved it was not a problem for me because when I called them they came and fixed. the rooms are fairly cleaned although I clean my room wherever I go- for my own protection. Over the years I have gotten to know the staff and they remember me/my parents when we come. nice outdoor pool and they keep clean. I have stayed at serveral places on the beach, but I always come back to marjac for the value (we are middle class small business owners). My last visit they had a new maintenance staff that was very attentive they also have the new keyless entry system. Marjac is moving up
MYFAMILY& I HAD A GREAT TIME AT THE MARJAC. OUR STAY WAS WONDERFUL , THE FRONT DESK WAS VERY NICE EVERY TIME WE NEEDED SOMETHING IT WAS DONE IN A MATTER OF MINUTES.THIS PLACE IS AWESOME TO STAY AT.THANKS TO ALL OF YOUR STAFF.WE WILL SEE YOU NEXT YEAR. THE BLOOMFIELD
I was very disappointed after arriving.Did not live up to expectation.
I found burned stains on the bath tub, wet bed pillows, stopped up bath sink and the room uncleaned.
My stay was to have been for (3) days, however after the first night I chose to leave.
We stayed at the Marjac for the annual Sand Soccer tournament. The maid service was good but overall cleanliness is lacking. The stairwell smelled like urine and the noise level at night was unbearable. We did like the extra room the suite provided. All in all this is an old beach hotel. It smells like a beach hotel that gets a lot of use. It looks like a beach hotel that is showing its age. I think the one thing that irritated me the most was that all rooms are considered smoking rooms. The management will bring in a �sanitizer�, but there is no way to remove the smell of smoke after it has been absorbed into the furniture and carpet. I do not recommend this hotel. There are better choices for the same outrageous cost.
the desk help was awful. but the housekeeping was very friendly and helpful. was fairly clean for price. best value was kitchenette. i knew you would get what you paid for and since we wasn't in the room that much i will go back just for the good price and ok accomidations. c.j.
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