Was there for 4 days. Staff was fantastic and friendly. Some of the furniture was a bit run down but, to me, that is a small thing. The pool was great, room was an ideal size, free breakfast was really good. Grounds were clean and well kept. Price was solid. No complaints of any kind. Would stay ...
This was a very pleasant stay. My husband and I were in town to visit with family. We were pleased with the location and the condition of the hotel. The staff was very welcoming. Everything looked up to date. The room was plenty big for the both of us. There was a fridge, stove, microwave, sink. ...
This is my second time staying at this hotel. I was driving to Florida from NY, I mapped about 10 hours of driving and this hotel was the spot. I was so happy last year when we stayed with everything that I booked it this year for our second time, and brought my sister with us. The room was amazing, ...
Home to Fort Bragg Army Base, Fayetteville may be the epitome of the all-American military town, but guests may be surprised to find a number of fascinating cultural venues like Cameo Art House Theater, Festival Park, the 1897 Poe House, and the Museum of Cape Fear. When it comes to hotels, Fayetteville offers romantic bed & breakfast inns and national chains with accommodations ranging from extended-stay family suites to simple budget rooms.
Visitors who want to venture out of their hotels in Fayetteville after hours will be rewarded with a lively bar scene. Establishments like the friendly Mash House Brewery offer casual fun, while the atmospheric Congos offers hot Latin music and dancing.
There is no shortage of popular American fast food options and casual eateries like Applebees and Olive Garden, but guests should try out local gems like the family-owned Luigi's, which serves the best Italian and Mediterranean cuisine in town.
Adventurous visitors enjoy Carver's Falls, an urban forest with breathtaking waterfalls best explored via exhilarating zip-line tours, from Zip Quest Waterfall and Treetop Adventure.
Shoppers interested in antique markets should look for accommodations downtown, near Lincoln Way, home of the Fayetteville Antique and Craft Mall, or Hay Street, which boasts a number of smaller antique stores.
The whole family can enjoy a fun and affordable outing to The Climbing Place, where visitors are challenged with the largest indoor climbing complex in the state of North Carolina.
Arrived after midnight. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was good. Room was great. Good value
I have stayed in this hotel a couple of times on route from New York to Florida. I have a dog they have tile on the floors so work super for pets. Hotel staff are super friendly and efficient .
The hotel is really close to everything. Lots of food choices. Bed was suoer comfortable.
Great value for a place that has all the necessities. Very clean. Secure. Great place for extended. Close to downtown and also easy access to Fort Bragg.