by Terry Ward
The Point Plaza Suites and Conference Hotel is perfect for families visiting Newport News. This hotel offers both guest rooms and suites for varying family sizes and needs. Just a short drive away, your family will find adventure and thrills at Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Water Country USA. Don’t forget to visit historic Yorktown and Colonial Williamsburg. In your room, you’ll find amenities that make you feel right at home, including complimentary coffee, hair dryers, ironing boards, and cable TV. Free Wi-Fi is provided throughout your stay to keep you connected. The fitness center has both cardio and free weight equipment. Plus, the indoor heated pool is the largest on the peninsula and can accommodate both laps and free play. There’s a water volleyball net, a solarium and an outdoor sundeck. Free parking will keep your costs low, and laundry service will take the stress out of your packing.
Our Editor Loves
- Indoor pool
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free breakfast
- Theme Park
- Water Parks
- Water Sports
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
After arriving and being told there were no rooms available for 3 hours, I was referred to the holiday Inn across the street, Unknown to many, the same owner that owns Point Plaza, Hotel owns the holiday Inn across the street, Sweet use of REVENUE
by Mo C
The POINT PLAZA SUITES AT CITY CENTER - NEWPORT NEWS Is absoutely the filthiest, unsanitary, unhealthful skid row, flophouse I have ever seen and I’ve seen some pretty bad joints in ghettos and in Asia. Usually rooms such as there are the kind rented out by partial hour segments.
This place is an entomologists dream with filthy disgusting bugs everywhere. Tons of mold, dirt, stains of unknown origin and the air inside the rooms are redolent of nauseous, noxious odors scented. A run down Motel 6 would be considered a virtual luxury palace in comparison. Make sure your shots are up to date and god only knows what the coffee maker has been used for. No complementary coffee anyway. The offer of a free breakfast is a blatant lie as the sleazy attached restaurant is closed, not in operation. Not worth the measly $47.00 or even $5.00 a night.
I don’t think this hole tell would be allowed to operate in a Pakistan or even in a migrant camp in Tijuana Mexico.
A one (1⭐️) rating is 10 stars too many.