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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.
While the décor leans traditional with antiques and dark wood paneling throughout, the amenities are modern such as the high-speed Wi-Fi, HD flat-screen televisions, and Keurig coffee stations in each room. Full review →
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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