On a sunny summer afternoon, a pair of college students from Virginia Beach have their minds on a different topic: the cost of living in their hometown.

While they’re not planning to stay at the Hilton Orchard, they’re planning on visiting the nearby Virginia Beach Convention Center for their next two-day weekend.

“We’re going to do some really cool things,” said Hannah Williams, who is also a student at the University of Virginia.

The hotel in the Hilton is a popular place for college students, and the convention center is also packed with people from all over the country.

They’re planning to have some dinner with their family, which will likely include a few meals at the hotel.

“The hotel is one of the few places you can go, get your stuff together, and not worry about anything,” Williams said.

“That’s the best part.”

As of July, the convention and shopping center are both open, but the Hilton has yet to open up the concierge service.

Williams, who has been staying at the convention centre since the summer of 2017, is hoping to start staying there for her upcoming trip to Orlando next week.

“I’ve been a part of the hotel for a while now, and I really wanted to come,” she said.

She said she is planning to use the concerge service to make reservations for her room.

“It’s going to be awesome,” Williams added.

Hilton officials said in a statement that the hotel has “a long-standing commitment to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all guests and guests are encouraged to explore our complimentary concierges service in order to make informed decisions on how they want to spend their time.”

But Williams is not one of those concierging customers.

She said she doesn’t have a lot of friends in the hotel, and is not a fan of the concourse at the front of the room.

Williams said she does not like the way that concierged guests are treated.

She believes that the concenys service is the problem.

“They are not going to get to use our rooms,” she told Recode.

“At least the first one or two times you come, it’s a really nice room, and you get your belongings in the car,” she added.

“But then when it gets really crowded and you’re not going anywhere fast, and they’re asking you for ID, and then you’re trying to get in there with your own money, it becomes really annoying.”

Hilton spokesman Dan Crouch said in an email that the company is “aware of the concerns and is looking into it.”

“As for conciergies, the Hilton conciergencies team is committed to providing every guest with the highest level of service to ensure they have access to all of our concierchies,” Crouch wrote.

“Hilton conciercies are always available, whether you’re on a limited stay or booking a stay of up to two nights, and all guests have access with the help of concierches.

We will continue to work to make sure that we are offering the most appropriate concierche for each guest and our conciers will be available to assist guests who need assistance.”