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It opened in 1929 under another name, but has remained a comfortable lodging house ever since. Classic 10-story building is petite, with 60 rooms touched in homey Southern styles.
Constructed in 1929, this is one of Charlotte's oldest and most historic hotels. Full review →
This hotel originally opened in 1929 as the Mayfair Manor. When it was renovated in 1987, many of its period features were restored to their original elegance. Full review →
The 60 rooms combine old-fashioned style, like striped wallpaper and four-poster beds, with modern amenities like wi-fi, mini-fridges and 24-hour room service. Full review →
Polished and homey rooms have iPod docks, free bottled water, Keurig coffeemakers, and excellent marble bathrooms. Full review →
On the northern edge of the excitement, across from the Discovery Place, four blocks from EpiCenter, this longstanding favorite is a nostalgic midrange option that is one of a kind. Built... Full review →The absence of a business center is forgiven, since the staff can handle fax and photocopy requests.
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