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La Quinta Inn & Suites University Area Chapel Hill

Taking our daughter to UNC-Chapel Hill

I have stayed at many, many La Quintas for a good reason, I know I am going to have a good stay and this location was no different. The facility staff was quite friendly and the main area was clean and well maintained. The room was clean and since we were going to be there for 4 days we were glad it was also roomy. As for the breakfast, I have learned if you want to have some cereal, a waffle or fruit, it is really good. However, if you want something with more variety there are restaurants in the area who do an excellent job. Due to this being a long trip we had to do laundry and the facilities at this location was simple yet effective. The washer and dryer did the job for a fair price but, it would be nice to have detergent available but, I don't recall my wife checking the little store in the hotel so, it may be. If you are looking for a great place to stay at a fair price don't hesitate booking at this La Quinta.

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3 weeks ago

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Hilton Durham near Duke University

Nice hotel, very clean, quiet.

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

A verified traveler

1 year ago

5

Hyatt Place Durham Southpoint

Always this hotel for me when i visit NC.

Every year i visit, never a dissappointment. Clean hotel, staff is great, cant beat the free breakfast. Always accomodating to your needs. I hope they stay like this as i will continue to visit and recommend this hotel to Others.

A verified traveler

8 months ago

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Days Inn by Wyndham Raleigh Downtown

Within walking distance of the Convention Center

It was fine. I did not try the breakfast. That is all I have to say.

A verified traveler

12 months ago

Pro tips from our travel blog: Everything you need to know for a perfectly rewarding trip to Raleigh

The Capital city of North Carolina, Raleigh offers a range of fun attractions and activities for every type of traveler. Be it a hike up the Neuse River Trail, exploring beautiful Pullen Park, or spending the day hopping between the North Carolina Museum of Art, the Museum of Natural Sciences, or the Museum of History, there is an abundance of reasons to spend a few days in Raleigh. For beer lovers, it is good to know that the city is also home to the world’s largest selection of beers on tap, over 366 to be exact.

Where to stay in Raleigh, North Carolina

If you are looking for a fun area to stay in Raleigh with a youthful vibe, choose from the many hotels located next to the North Carolina State University. Located in the Southwest of the city, expect to share the streets with the 34,000 students that call this area home.

For those traveling to Raleigh on business, stay in the city centre close to the Raleigh Convention Centre. Here, you will find many big name chain hotels, and be close to great restaurants to keep you fed after a long day of meetings.

Pullen Park is a large city park in Raleigh, located close to the North Carolina State University campus. There is a multitude of things to do inside the park itself, be it visiting the Arts Centre, crossing the lake in a pedal boat, or going for a swim in the Aquatic Center. Stay in one of the Pullen Park hotels, that offer somewhere peaceful to spend your mornings.

Should you come to Raleigh for shopping, then choosing your accommodation near the Raleigh Flea Market is a must. The market itself takes place between 9am and 6pm every Saturday and Sunday, and is a fun outing for the family with food, entertainment and great shopping. You can easily pick up bargains in jewelry, antiques, and unique pieces of furniture. Hotels in Raleigh cost from .

3, 4 and 5 star hotels in Raleigh, North Carolina

There are over 90 3 star hotels in Raleigh, offering a great number of amenities, such as free parking, hot breakfasts, high speed WiFi, as well as conference facilities and meeting rooms. If you are looking to upgrade to more stars, there are eight fantastic 4 star hotels in Raleigh that are sure to make for an incredible vacation. These hotels can be found in great locations within the city centre and come with high end amenities, such as an in-house golf course, a 24 hour fitness center, laundry services, or a library.

While there is just one 5 star hotel in Raleigh, it is one that has been written about extensively and is in a class of its own. Expect spa treatments, luxurious bathrooms, an outdoor pool, and views to die for.

A popular destination for business travelers, especially those travelling to conferences in Raleigh, there are over 218 business hotels in the city to choose from. For those hoping to travel to Raleigh with their four legged friend, it is a very pet friendly city with 116 pet friendly hotels happy to welcome both you and your furry friend.

Hotels near Raleigh airport

The nearest airport to Raleigh is the Raleigh-Durham International Airport, serving both domestic and international destinations, including London and Paris. It is located just 15 miles from the city center. There are ten hotels close to the Raleigh-Durham International Airport at your disposal, most on the budget-end of the star rating.