Charlotte Hotels
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Hilton Charlotte Center City

Hilton Charlotte Center City Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hilton Charlotte Center City is one of Charlotte's best upscale hotels, with an excellent Uptown location within walking distance of tons of sights and museums. The 400 rooms are stylish, with pops of color and attractive artwork on the walls (not your typical hotel prints). The bathrooms are also stylish, but small, with spacious walk-in showers. The hotel is a nice value for Hilton Honors members, but those who are non-members are required to pay an extra fee for Wi-Fi and use of the attached YMCA next door (the hotel does not have its own fitness center).
Charlotte Marriott City Center

Charlotte Marriott City Center Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 434-room Marriott is a notch above your typical chain hotel -- the spacious rooms may have somewhat chain-like decor (lots of golds and dark wood), but they come complete with high-tech amenities (such as iHome docks and flat-screen TVs). There's also a large heated pool and whirlpool, a fitness center packed with modern machines, and a renowned restaurant on-site. Its location in the heart of Uptown Charlotte, close to major tourist attractions, restaurants and bars, is a huge plus -- but you'll have to pay for Internet access and parking.
Omni Charlotte Hotel

Omni Charlotte Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upper-mid-range business hotel is centrally located in the heart of downtown Charlotte, two blocks from the Convention Center and the Time Warner Cable Arena. Rooms have the standard chain hotel amenities (flat-screen TVs, minibars, free morning papers), plush white bedding, sophisticated (if slightly generic) neutral decor, and tiny bathrooms. The pool is outdoors and just average, the restaurant is adequate, and the fitness center is tiny, but the property offers the convenience of being connected to a shopping mall with over 30 stores and several dining options in the same building. However, be ready to pay for parking and Wi-Fi, and possibly to hear the neighbor’s conversations.
The Westin Charlotte

The Westin Charlotte Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 700-room Westin Charlotte has a hard time standing out from any other mid-level chain. As always, the chain's Heavenly Beds are comfortable, but the furniture throughout the rest of the room is dinged and slightly showing its age. Fitness buffs will love the fitness center, but the pool area (while clean) is small and narrow. It would be strictly a business traveler's mainstay if not for its convenient location within walking distance of stadiums, restaurants, attractions, and a light rail stop with access to downtown.
Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Charlotte Gateway Village

Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Charlotte Gateway Village Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Doubletree by Hilton Hotel right next to Johnson and Wales University in Uptown Charlotte has a convenient location and updated rooms with large flat-screen TVs and fun, modern decor (think chocolate brown mixed with lime green and slate blue). Standard rooms lack mini-fridges and microwaves, and the bathroom vanities are oddly blocked by the toilets. However, with a modern fitness center and an outdoor saltwater pool, the hotel is a good value (though extras like Wi-Fi and parking require an additional fee).
Embassy Suites Hotel Charlotte

Embassy Suites Hotel Charlotte Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Embassy Suites in Charlotte is a large hotel less than five minutes from the airport. The decor is typical of a chain hotel -- the 274 suites, all of which have separate (and blandly decorated) living areas, wet bars, mini-fridges, and microwaves, are centered around a kitschy atrium with a small waterfall and plastic-looking plants. Families may enjoy the indoor pool, the free breakfast, and the laundry facilities, but this hotel is geared toward business travelers who will be staying in Charlotte for a short trip. Those who want to be close to the action and the city's many attractions may consider staying in Uptown Charlotte.
The Duke Mansion

The Duke Mansion Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Duke Mansion, a quaint 20-room bed and breakfast, is a decidedly regal southern experience -- as you'd expect from an authentic southern mansion. The rooms are elegant and individually furnished with original artwork housed in ornate frames, oak furniture, and large porches. Unlike other historic hotels, the bathrooms are surprisingly spacious and modern, the ceilings are high, and there's a working elevator. The mansion's location in the upscale Myers Park neighborhood is also a plus, with shops and restaurants within walking distance. There's no pool, though, and rooms only feature either a single queen or king bed (no doubles), so it's not ideal for families.
Wingate by Wyndham Charlotte Airport South/ I-77 Tyvola Road

Wingate by Wyndham Charlotte Airport South/ I-77 Tyvola Road Rating: 3.0 Pearls

It's hard to imagine why anyone other than business travelers would want to stay at the Wingate by Wyndham. Convenient access to the airport aside, the hotel puts little effort into creating an inviting ambiance. Rooms look generic and dated, as they come with dinged wood furniture, tacky gold lamps and curtains, and wall trimmings that look like they're straight out of the '90s. Despite the rooms' cleanliness and outdoor pool, the location makes this a much harder seller than any other mid-level hotel in Uptown.
Aloft Charlotte Ballantyne

Aloft Charlotte Ballantyne Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 136-room Aloft Ballantyne has an ultra-contemporary, minimalist feel. The rooms lack a lot of color (dark, sleek, and sexy is the name of the game here) and are relatively small, but feature large flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. The lobby, though, packs in a lot of color with funky furniture, and has a pool table, a 24-hour mini-mart, and a bar. Catering to business travelers, the hotel, which overlooks a golf course on one side and a corporate park on the other, has a small 24-hour fitness center and a small indoor pool that families may also enjoy.
Morehead Inn

Morehead Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This Colonial revival house located in an historic neighborhood is charming and romantic. Even though all rooms at the inn differ, they each have something to offer: The Cleveland Suite sports a comfy four-poster bed, and the Solarium Suite is roomy with plenty of natural light. But some rooms feature tube TVs, and the bathrooms -- while clean, with some updated fixtures -- are a bit cramped and generally dated. Furniture and decor can look a little worn at times, and there's no pool, but overall, the large porch overlooking pretty grounds and the southern hospitality help give the place the feel of a grand manor. The nearby Duke Mansion is comparably priced and a bit higher-end, however, though it's a bit farther from Uptown Charlotte.

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  • Myers Park
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