Dec 18 - Dec 19
Front desk staff very helpful. Breakfast was great. Fitness room nice
Dec 3 - Dec 4
Always clean and the people at the front desk are very helpful. Perfect place to stay when visiting students at Wake Forest University. Great price and very comfortable and quick and easy jump to campus.
Dec 27 - Dec 28
Great location in downtown Winston-Salem. Walked to great little dinner spot. Mozelles. Off the chart good.
Dec 8 - Dec 9
Horrible don’t stay. Unclean and unsafe. Stayed at the hotel maybe 10 mins before asking for a refund.
Dec 3 - Dec 4
Exceptionally clean room, close to everything. Very helpful staff!
Dec 3 - Dec 4
The staff is amazing!! And the room were clean. We enjoyed our stay.
Dec 6 - Dec 7
Hotel was clean, good staff, well equipped. Nothing to complain about! Good for visits to Wake Forest
Dec 4 - Dec 5
Very clean, friendly staff and easy access to the highway. Convenient location to food and shopping such a grocery, Target, Walmart. Very quiet. Pool was open, as well as the gym. No food or bar due to COVID-19.
Located in central North Carolina, Winston-Salem is one of the largest cities in the state. It offers the perfect blend of modernity and history. So, whether you want to learn more about its nickname “the City of Arts and Innovation,” or its religious foundations with the Moravian settlers, you will not be disappointed.
In case you want to be in the thick of the action, stay in Downtown Winston-Salem. Filled with trendy restaurants, galleries, live music venues, and more, you will not be bored throughout your stay. Olde Vineyard is a great area to reside in if you plan on doing some major shopping. With over 200 stores to choose from, you can very easily shop until you drop at the nearby Hanes Mall. It is located near Bolton Park and other shopping areas.
If you are in Winston-Salem for sports, you may want to stay along Holly Avenue since it is located near the BB&T fields. Should you be in need of the outdoors, consider staying close to massive Tanglewood Park. Located on the Yadkin River, it is home to everything, ranging from golf courses, a rose garden, over to horse stables. Even if you are visiting in winter, you will enjoy the beautiful annual Festival of Lights that Winston-Salem offers.
The Old Salem Historic District is the perfect place for history buffs. It dates all the way back to 1766, when the Moravians established Salem as a town. Wander along the cobblestone streets and historic homes. Stop by the Home Moravian Church or pay a visit to St. Philips, the oldest African-American Church in North Carolina. You maybe also want to check out Salem College, which is the oldest continuously running women’s college in the country.
You also will not want to miss the Reynolda Historic District. Roam around the beautiful Reynolda Gardens, learn more about the Reynolds and enjoy their beautiful art collection at the Reynolda House Museum, and then get boutique shopping done in Reynolda Village.
Overall, there are 218 hotels in Winston-Salem starting at
With 50 3 star hotels in Winston-Salem , you will have a large range to choose from. Many of these hotels offer free Wi-Fi in all the rooms and public areas, free or valet parking, on-site dining, airport shuttles, dry cleaning, concierge services, spas, pools, or fitness centers, as well as meeting rooms.
Roughly a 30-minutes away, the closest airport to Winston-Salem is the Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro, North Carolina. If you are traveling the U.S., you will find many major airports will have nonstop flights to Piedmont, with Denver being the furthest to the west.
While many hotels in Winston-Salem offer some sort of airport shuttle service, you may also want to be closer before or after your flight. You can easily stay in one of the ten hotels nearby.