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HILTON CITY UNIVERSITY PLACE G8629 J. M. Keynes Dr. 704/547-7444, www.hilton.com
Overlooking a small lake that is frequented by ducks and paddle boaters, this is the nicest hotel in North City. A walking path surrounds the lake, linking the hotel with the Shoppes at University Place, a small enclave of shops and restaurants (many overlooking the lake). The hotel has 393 rooms ($101-144 d) and underwent a renovation in 2008 to upgrade the amenities, which include an outdoor pool, 24-hour business center, fitness facilities, and free shuttle service within a five-mile radius. The Lakefront Restaurant overlooks the lake and serves up casual fare. It’s one of the few hotels in the University area that has a resort-like feel.
HYATT PLACE CITY/CITY PARK ©4119 South Stream Blvd. 704/357-8555, www.charlottecitypark.place.hyatt.com
Hyatt’s redesigned contemporary hotel doesn’t fit with its business-park surroundings. All 122 guestrooms ($127-149 d) are equipped with the Hyatt Grand Bed and media centers with small sofas and 42-inch flat-screen TVs. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. Made-to-order meals, an onsite cafe serving beer and wine, and a grab-and-go case filled with snacks and drinks make the hotel a good choice, especially for travelers with non-traditional schedules.
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