Travel to Duke University and downtown Durham, NC in just minutes from this top secret hotel with a restaurant and bar on-site
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Hotel at a Glance: 3-Star Top-Secret Durham Hotel
Located a mile from Duke University and its esteemed medical center, this hotel is in a prime location to explore one of the nation’s highest-rated colleges. Nearby are the gothic-style Duke Chapel with its 210-foot tower and the cobblestone streets of Brightleaf Square. And even close to home, guests can dine and drink with convenience at the on-site Italian restaurant or sports bar.
- Relax on a plush bed in a deluxe room that’s stocked with down pillows, a smart TV, and a compact refrigerator.
- Surf the web using the hotel’s complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Take a dip or swim a few laps in the heated indoor pool.
- Hit the gym and try out a selection of free weights or cardio machines.
Durham, North Carolina: Academia and Southern Cuisine in the Research Triangle
With Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State all within close proximity, Durham and the surrounding area is often called the Research Triangle, but it’s not just the universities’ academics that have added to the area’s charm. Thanks in part to the large international student population, restaurants abound with cuisines from around the world, as well as with Carolina-style barbecue, which is best known for its vinegar-infused sauce. The college atmosphere also lends itself to several local microbreweries.
There are several art galleries and museums in the area as well. In Durham, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University promotes the visual arts with exhibits of ancient Peruvian burial masks and large-scale collages by Mark Bradford. The North Carolina Museum of Art’s collection includes European, African, and American works, with a special exhibit focusing on the French sculptor Auguste Rodin.