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The Cavalier


    The Cavalier
 in Virginia Beach

Overview

We’re sorry, The Cavalier is temporary closed for renovation until Summer 2017.
Please call the hotel for more information: (757) 425-8555

“The word ‘Cavalier’ can refer to someone elegant and gentlemanly or it can be used to describe a relaxed, carefree attitude,” said Greg Rutledge, lead Architect for the $78 million oceanfront renaissance. “As we started working on our plans for the hotel, we thought it would be exciting to play off both meanings. All of the careful restoration work we are doing will certainly bring back the property to its original charm and stateliness. But, we’ve thrown some modern twists into the design as well that we feel will make The Cavalier a sought out, modern vacation destination once again.”

To accommodate the needs of today’s guests, many additions and modern improvements have been made. The original hotel design had 195 guestrooms that have been reconfigured to create the more spacious 85 standard rooms and suites that will make up the new Cavalier. Each of the suites will be individually designed with historically precise materials to reflect a famous guest or notable event from the hotel’s past.

The Raleigh Room is the social space of the hotel – a perfect mix of old world and new, melding modern style in a lounge that serves coffee in the morning, high tea in the afternoon and proper cocktails in the evening. The Raleigh Room is a space original to the 1927 hotel and exudes old Southern gentility in a new interpretation of the Grand Salon. The Cavalier’s very own on premise distillery offers guests the opportunity to sample signature spirits, including whiskey and bourbon, and partake in the ancient process of barrel aging these fine libations. The Hunt Room offers a space to relax with craft cocktails and spirits from the Distillery next to the bar and famous fire place, which is original to the hotel. The new modern onsite restaurant, Becca, will feature a chef’s garden for farm-to-table fare and inspired fare by the Executive Chef. There will also be a bar at the newly built Beach Club, next to the infinity pool, where guests of The Cavalier and residents of The Cavalier Residences can relax and enjoy a cocktail.

Escape to the serene and dream-like ambiance of The Cavalier's SeaHill Spa, a new luxurious Virginia Beach hotel spa. Wrap yourself in indescribable luxury and surrender to the ultimate in rejuvenation. Indulge in body and skin treatments like no other, then retreat to the invigorating indoor saltwater swimming pool for a dip. A full-service hair and nail salon promise to keep you looking impeccably groomed and ready for any special occasion or "just because." Featuring nine serene and dreamlike treatment rooms for guests to nourish and indulge their senses for renewal. The hydrotherapy suites/changing areas, along with co-ed relaxation lounge, are designed to evoke an unhurried and inwardly focused attitude.

Every major big band of the time played at the Cavalier Beach Club, including Sammy Kaye, Les Brown, Benny Goodman, Vaughn Monroe, Cab Calloway, Harry James, Jimmy Dorsey, Woody Herman, Artie Shaw, Lawrence Welk, and Glen Miller.

Original Property Opened: 1927

Location
4200 Atlantic Avenue
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946

The Jazz Age, 1919 ~ 1928

We’re sorry, The Cavalier is temporary closed for renovation until Summer 2017.

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