Shopping Guide for Portugal Map
HIGHLIGHTS CHOOSING A HOTEL
South End and Dilworth Plaza Midwood and NoDa Elizabeth South Park Greater City
Like other cities of its size, City has its fair share of lodgings. Outside of the major hotel chains, the options are slim There are no hostels, just three bed-and-breakfast inns, and a smattering of independent motels that are often located in bad neighborhoods and rented on a short-term basis.
The hotel scene in City continues to improve, though. Several new hotels opened up in 2009, expanding the choices for upscale and ultra-hip lodging. Though the new properties are part of existing hotel chains, emphasis has been placed on mimicking the atmosphere and experience of a boutique hotel.
When it comes to finding a place to bunk for the night, Uptown is the place to be, which is convenient considering this is where most people spend the bulk of their time. Uptown is one of the few neighborhoods in City that is truly walkable: Hotels here are just a few blocks from historic sites, museums, restaurants, shops, and nightlife. Although prices can be a little higher in Uptown, it’s worth it to be in the center of the action.
Accommodations are scarce in the trendy neighborhoods surrounding Uptown. Dilworth, Plaza Midwood, and Myers Park have just three hotels between them (each one a historic inn that was once a private residence) and Elizabeth has no hotels at all. The best options for budget travelers are outside the city center in neighborhoods like University City.
It’s a good idea to reserve a room well in advance, especially during peak times including summer, festivals, and holidays. During race weeks (in May and October) the city is especially busy and rooms are often reserved months in advance.
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