Hilton Garden Inn Hampton Coliseum Central


1999 Power Plant Parkway
Hampton, VA 23666 Hampton Rate and review
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Hilton Garden Inn Hampton Coliseum Central between Williamsburg and Virginia Beach, near the Newport News International-Williamsburg Airport and the Newport News Amtrak Station. The hotel provides the ideal accommodation for those visiting the Hampton Coliseum and the Hampton Roads Convention Center, both located one mile from the hotel. Shop and dine at Peninsula Town Center, a mall adjacent to the hotel.

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Full service Hampton Virginia Hotel with onsite Restaurant. Only minutes from Hampton Coliseum. All guests enjoy free WiFi.

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