Charlotte Hotels
“Millions of tourists set their sights on Charlotte each year to enjoy the outdoors and lively downtown.”
With its proximity to the Blue Ridge Mountains, bustling metropolis, and tons of inexpensive hotel options, Charlotte is a great trip destination. Millions of tourists set their sights on Charlotte each year to enjoy the outdoors and lively downtown.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Charlotte

HYATT house Charlotte/Center City
HYATT house Charlotte/Center City
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4.5
1277 reviews
435 E Trade Street, Charlotte
from $119
La Quinta Inn & Suites Charlotte Airport South
La Quinta Inn & Suites Charlotte Airport South
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3.6
1005 reviews
4900 S Tryon St, Charlotte
from $79
Sonesta ES Suites Charlotte Arrowood
Sonesta ES Suites Charlotte Arrowood
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4.1
707 reviews
7925 Forest Pine Drive, Charlotte
from $96
Wingate by Wyndham Charlotte Airport South/ I-77 Tyvola Road
Wingate by Wyndham Charlotte Airport South/ I-77 Tyvola Road
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4.3
1009 reviews
6050 Tyvola Glen Circle, Charlotte
from $71
Four Points by Sheraton Charlotte
Four Points by Sheraton Charlotte
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2.8
397 reviews
315 E Woodlawn Rd, Charlotte
from $84
Embassy Suites Hotel Charlotte
Embassy Suites Hotel Charlotte
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3.8
492 reviews
4800 S Tryon St, Charlotte
from $119
Renaissance Charlotte SouthPark
Renaissance Charlotte SouthPark
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4.3
676 reviews
5501 Carnegie Blvd, Charlotte
from $99
Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Charlotte University Place
Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Charlotte University Place
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2.9
805 reviews
131 East McCullough Drive, Charlotte
from $67
Budget Inn
Budget Inn
4330 Old Interstate Road, Charlotte
from $42
Sleep Inn University Place
Sleep Inn University Place
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3.9
465 reviews
8525 N Tryon St, Charlotte
from $76
More About Charlotte Hotels...

Enjoy Wonderful Charlotte Weather

Charlotte is one of the friendliest cities in the South, so it comes as no surprise that it’s a tourist hotspot. The best time to visit this North Carolinian gem is spring or summer when nature is in full bloom and the weather is just right. Keep in mind that from mid-July through early August temperatures are known to breach the 100-degree mark. 

Summer is considered high season for tourism and hotel prices tend to rise as a result. On the other end of the spectrum is Charlotte’s low season, which runs from December until early March. The temperature highs during the winter usually average in the 40s with occasional snow showers. Hotel prices drop along with the temperature and become much cheaper. Even during the winter season, there’s still plenty to do in and around Charlotte from Christmas activities to skiing nearby resorts like Sugar Mountain. 

Using the Light Rail to get Around

Flying into the city is a breeze because Charlotte Douglas International Airport is only eight miles away from downtown Charlotte. The airport has plenty of options for getting to and from the city including car rental companies, hotel courtesy shuttles, city center Sprinter buses, and taxis. 

Once you arrive in the charming Southern city, there are a number of public transportation options to get you anywhere you want to go. The LYNX Light Rail system runs 9.6 miles around the city and fares are $2 each way. Charlotte’s city bus system is also a great option with numerous lines and stops throughout the area. Finally, the Gold Rush Trolley runs along downtown Trade Street and is a fun and free way to sightsee. 

Affordable Hotels for Budget Travelers

Budget is a big factor when traveling, but luckily Charlotte has several cheap hotel options to choose from. The Charlotte Marriott City Center, Omni Charlotte Hotel, and Hyatt House are in the heart of downtown and offer low-cost rates that fit just about any travel budget.

For cut-rate hotels that are a short drive from downtown but still within the greater Charlotte metro area, Budget Inn and Red Roof Inn offer budget-friendly accommodations as well. As for hotels that are not too close, but not too far from the city, the DoubleTree and Crowne Plaza Hotel are just a short distance from everything Charlotte has to offer.

Charlotte's Endless Activities

There’s a reason so many tourists travel to Charlotte each year: the activities! Charlotte is a nature lover’s paradise with plenty of outdoor destinations like the Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens, the Anne Springs Close Greenway, and the beautiful grounds at Biltmore Estate.

For outdoor adventure, Charlotte is home to the U.S. National Whitewater Center, which hosts rafting tours of the nearby Catawba River. The activities don’t stop there because Charlotte also has hair-raising rollercoasters at Carowinds Theme Park and racing excitement at The NASCAR Hall Of Fame.

City Resources for the Perfect Stay

There are a number of resources available to help you get the most out of your visit to Charlotte. Free Charlotte Visitors Guides are available on the Charlotte's Got A Lot website and there are also two visitor info centers downtown on South Tyron Street and East Seventh Street. When it comes to finding the cheapest flights and hotels in Charlotte, let HipMunk help you with all of your travel planning.

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