Marriott Virginia Beach Oceanfront eyes 2020 opening

Marriott Virginia Beach Oceanfront eyes 2020 opening
Involved in the development of the property are Cooper Carry (architect), Design Continuum Inc (interior designer for the public spaces/guestrooms) and 5th Edition Design (interior designer for the restaurants). Photo credit: Gold Key | PHR

Virginia Beach-based management company Gold Key | PHR’s $125 million oceanfront hotel, the Marriott Virginia Beach Oceanfront in Coastal Virginia, is scheduled to open in early 2020.

Involved in the development of the property are Cooper Carry (architect), Design Continuum Inc (interior designer for the public spaces and guestrooms) and 5th Edition Design (interior designer for the restaurants).

The Marriott Virginia Beach Oceanfront is in the second phase in a three-phase, $350 million masterplan, which includes The Historic Cavalier Hotel and Beach Club, The Cavalier Residences, 42 Ocean luxury condominiums, the new Marriott Virginia Beach Oceanfront, and a phase three that will include an additional hotel. The three phases will create an all-in-one resort experience in the area.

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Upon completion, the new 305-room Marriott Virginia Beach Oceanfront Hotel will have over 25,000 square feet of function space, restaurants (including rooftop dining) with panoramic views, and multiple bars throughout. The hotel will also have a 2,400 square foot M Club Lounge.

Additional amenities will include gardens, fitness areas, and adjacent indoor and outdoor swimming pools. There will also be landscaped grounds along the oceanfront with bocce ball, fire pits and terraces.

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