Virginia Beach Romantic Getaways

Escape to the Sea

Soft, golden sand, beautiful blue water and an array of oceanfront restaurants and bars make the boardwalk perfect for a Virginia Beach romantic getaway. With all-oceanfront guestrooms and private balconies in every room, Ramada Virginia Beach Oceanfront hotel is the perfect place to stay with your significant other. Just steps from the beach, wake up to vibrant sunrises over the Atlantic Ocean, without needing to leave your room. And when you're not taking long walks along the 3-mile long boardwalk, the options for romantic things to do in Virginia Beach are endless:

  • Morning Amour: After watching the sunrise from your room, cheers to the day to come with mimosas or Bloody Mary's at Mahi Mahi's. Located on the first floor of Ramada is award-winning Mahi Mah's restaurant. While they specialize in seafood and sushi, their made-from-scratch breakfast is equally delicious. Book the Free Breakfast package to enjoy daily breakfast for two included in your overnight stay; or the Dine Around the Beach Package, inclusive of a $50 dining credit valid at an array of boardwalk restaurants. 
  • Couples' Cruisers: Located outside our back entrance to the popular Virginia Beach boardwalk, you can rent beach cruiser bicycles to enjoy the sites with plenty of photo ops. Take a selfie with the band at 7th Street Musical Stage; pose on the pier for the perfect beachfront picture; or snap a shot of the statue of King Neptune, located on the north end of the boardwalk on 31st Street.  
  • Picnic in the Park: From boating, swimming, nature walks and more, First Landing State Park offers 20 miles of trails on 2,888 acres. Venture out for the day to picnic with your honey before returning back to enjoy dinner with a view and live music. For the more adventurous pair, Ramada offers a selection of overnight packages, inclusive of tickets to area attractions like Busch Gardens; Virginia Aquarium and Adventure Park, featuring zip lines and ropes courses and more for a romantic getaway to Virginia Beach you won't soon forget.