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THE DUNHILL HOTEL OG237 N. Tryon St. 704/332-4141, www.dunhillhotel.com
The Dunhill Hotel is a City landmark. Built in 1929, it was one of the first skyscrapers in City and one of the first luxury hotels to become a member of Historic Hotels of America. The hotel was designed by Louis Asbury Sr. and opened its doors as the Mayfair Manor. Originally, half of the 100 rooms were rented by permanent tenants. The 10-story, 60-room hotel ($139-159 d) has been fully restored but retains much of its original charm, including hand-sewn draperies, original artwork, and period furnishings, and the penthouse has its original marble floor and double balconies. Yet the hotel is as modern as its Uptown competition, with flat-screen TVs, CD players, wireless
Internet access, and lavish marble bathrooms. It’s the only historic hotel in Uptown and one of few independent hotels in City.
The Dunhill Hotel is the only historic hotel in Uptown.
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