Southern Gentility in Chapel Hill
The Carolina Inn • Chapel Hill, NC
- A One-Night Stay for Two in a Deluxe Queen Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($109) or Fridays and Saturdays ($119)
- Or, a One-Night Stay for Two in a Deluxe Double Queen Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($129) or Fridays and Saturdays ($139)
- Breakfast Buffet for Two
- Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Two Nights
Chapel Hill is a rare jewel in the South—a town with the perfect combination of urban and down-home qualities, where barbecue is just as popular as Bikram. Part of North Carolina's Research Triangle, the city owes its hybrid personality to the University of North Carolina and the accompanying influx of young people. This time of year, in particular, both locals and students are focused on one thing: basketball. Downtown's Franklin Street turns baby blue in spring, but its fancy restaurants, dive bars, and eclectic boutiques stay lively all year long.
The Carolina Inn takes its role as ambassador of Chapel Hill hospitality seriously. "A bastion of the town's Southern gentility, The Carolina Inn sits on campus and has played host to Chapel Hill's most important guests since 1924," says Garden & Gun. "The building, well preserved (and well renovated) over the years, was originally designed after George Washington's Mount Vernon. He never slept here, but if you can, you should."
Here, each of the newly revamped guestrooms offers eco-conscious appointments and North Carolina-made furnishings, not to mention a flat-screen TV, Pharmacopia toiletries, cotton waffle-weave bathrobes, a mini refrigerator, and free Wi-Fi. Of course, no inn is a AAA Four Diamond award-winner without equally divine dining. At Carolina Crossroads Restaurant, Executive Chef James Clark focuses on seasonal, organic ingredients for his contemporary take on classic Southern dishes.
"Few other hotels in North Carolina carry as many emotional and loyal associations as this one. Owned (but not operated) by the University of North Carolina, it occupies sprawling redbrick premises that date from 1924."-- Frommer's
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the fine print
- Up to 2 vouchers may be combined to extend stay
- Valid for travel April 15 - August 31, 2013
- Reservations required and subject to availability
- Not valid on group or existing reservations
- Cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 48 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture
- Blackout dates are May 10-12 and August 16-17
- Based on double occupancy
- 13% tax not included and will be collected at redemption
- All deal components must be redeemed during one stay
- Other conditions apply • PAID AND PROMOTIONAL VALUES EXPIRES ON August 31, 2013 • PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE • PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON August 31, 2018 • PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON August 31, 2013 • Enjoy By August 31, 2013
Other conditions apply
Except where noted in the fine print:
• Cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion
• Tax and gratuity are not included
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- 42% savings