Nags Head hotels offer a variety of atmospheres and amenities, from the motel room and cozy cottage to the chain or luxurious five-star inn. Nags Head hotels, as with Outer Banks hotels in general, offer visitors a variety of experiences. If you want an oceanfront room with all the top amenities, you can find it. If you're yearning for the Outer Banks experience of old with a classic, very well-maintained Nags Head hotel that's more of a motel (drive right up to your door), you'll still find such properties (thankfully!). Perhaps your needs go more to a cottage court where you get to know your neighbors and have a bit more space? Yep, that's here too. Looking for a pet-friendly Nags Head hotel? Plenty of them understand that your four-legger is part of the family and welcome them too -- let's hear it: Three Barks for inclusion!
All Nags Head hotels offer a pleasing array of amenities. Expect WiFi, cable TV, pools, hot tubs, fish-cleaning areas, playgrounds and more at most of them. And, because this beach community is centrally located, you'll be very close to Nags Head Attractions and Nags Head Recreation options.
As with all Outer Banks hotels, these properties are all but full during the peak summer season and around holidays, so be smart and get your reservations early. Please don't come on Memorial Day or July 4th weekends without making advance arrangements! Sleeping in your car is not a recognized recreational option!
So, whether you’re a honeymooner, family, business person or need multi-family-sized capabilities, you’ll have many Nags Head hotel options in this vintage resort community.
If you're coming for a week or more and want to go the rental house way, there are many Outer Banks vacation rental companies to choose from and thousands of vacation rental homes. Some rental companies feature convenient online tours. Accommodation costs depend on season, proximity to the ocean, amenities and number in the booking party.
Remember that locals call Croatan Highway -- aka U.S. Highway 158 -- The Bypass, and they refer to Virginia Dare Trail -- aka N.C. Highway 12 -- as the Beach Road. Those simple names are just easier to remember!