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ALOFT CITY UPTOWN CO210 E. Trade St. 704/333-1999, www.aloftcharlotteuptown. com
You won’t find standard beige rooms with floral artwork at aloft. The entire 175-room hotel ($179259 d) has a too-cool-for-school vibe with its bright colors, armless furniture, cork finishes, stainless-steel accents, and psychedelic lights. There’s a 24-hour gym, indoor pool, and tons of games in the re:mix lounge, but with the hustle and bustle of the EpiCentre just outside the front door there isn’t much of a reason to hang out in the hotel.
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DAYS INN CITY CENTER CITY ©601 N. Tryon St. 704/333-4733, www.daysinn.com
To call this hotel no frills would be an understatement. The 120-room motel ($59-99 d) is part of the national chain and offers sparse rooms with firm beds, particleboard furniture, outdated linens, and old-school TVs. The rooms are clean and, for the most part, it’s a quiet place to spend the night. Its appeal is the location: In the heart of Uptown, the motel is just steps from shops, sights, and nightlife. Parking is just $5.50/night, which is a bargain compared to the overnight rates at other Uptown hotels. Breakfast is free and there is a restaurant on-site, but heading down Tryon Street to sample some of the best eateries in the Queen City is a better option than sitting in a cracked fake-leather booth eating dry pastries.
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