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Raleigh, the capital of North Carolina, is called the "City of Oaks" because of the high quantity of trees in the area. The region between Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill is known that the "Research Triangle," since there are three major universities within a short distance. Because of this, there are many Raleigh hotels from which to choose. Business travelers and budget travelers alike are sure to find a room within their means in this city.

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The Raleigh Convention Center is a new facility that is located downtown. It has hosted the American Massage Therapy Association National Convention and the U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics. It is located in the vicinity of many hotels Raleigh.


Raleigh is known for its diverse cuisine, which is found at places that are popular with tourists like 18 Seaboard, Machupicchu Peruvian Cuisine, Saint-Jacques French Cuisine, and Gonza Tacos y Tequila.

Major Point of Interest

The North Carolina Museum of Art is a downtown facility that has paintings and sculptures that are over 5,000 years old, as well as temporary exhibits from modern artists.


North Hills is a shopping center with nearly 100 stores, including JC Penney, Target, Lululemon, and Kerr Drug. There are many hotels in Raleigh just south of this location.


The Carolina Hurricanes, of the NHL, is the city's professional sports team that plays at PNC Arena. The North Carolina State Wolfpack play football at Carter-Finley Stadium, while the basketball team plays at PNC Arena.


JB Duke Hotel

Nice New Hotel

The hotel is new and near campus. There are still some bugs that they are working out. For example some of the electrical outlets were not functional. Unlike the Washington Duke Hotel across the street, this hotel does not have a parking lot so you need to make sure that you get a parking permit to park in the garage. This is a bit of a hassle. The parking permit only allows 6 in/out. So if you are staying for few days, you will need to make sure that you have a new permit after 6 in/outs.

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1 year ago


La Quinta Inn & Suites University Area Chapel Hill

Nice, convenient hotel. Rooms roadside are noisy.

The facilities are new and fresh. The staff helpful and attentive. However, my room faced the highway and the drone of traffic was clearly heard in my room. I was dead tired so it didn't make a difference. However, if you are bothered by this ask for a room not facing the highway.

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2 weeks ago


Renaissance Raleigh North Hills Hotel

Premium Raleigh Hotel

Checked in After our wedding. Staff was friendfly and helpful getting our baggage to the room. Bed was wonderful, view of roof left some to be desired. Water out of window room not complimentary. Overall be prepared to spend more money for extras like a $3.50 Fiji water bottle inroom and $15 breakfast. Would stay again for a special occasion.

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5 months ago


Hilton Durham near Duke University

Nice hotel, very clean, quiet.

Elevators went out for an hour! Had to use freight elevator manned by staff!

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9 months ago