Experience down-home Southern charm at our inviting hotels in Greensboro, a historic city in the geographic heart of North Carolina. You’ll be in easy reach of Downtown’s captivating museums, College Hill’s energetic twenty-something scene and Fisher Park’s historic homes.
Guests at our hotels in Greensboro are a short drive from the International Civil Rights Center and Museum, honoring the city’s contribution to racial equality. Look for current exhibits on the ongoing quest for human rights worldwide. Steps away is the Greensboro Children’s Museum, a warren of activity where kids can pretend they’re policemen or pilots and even snack on food they help harvest. Baseball fans can check out big-league hopefuls in the small-town atmosphere of NewBridge Bank Park, home to the Single-A Greensboro Grasshoppers. Our hotels in Greensboro are convenient to the Weatherspoon Art Museum, a collection of thought-provoking contemporary art installations and a serene sculpture garden; entry is free.
Our Greensboro hotels are close to Downtown bars and eateries. Try M’Coul’s Public House, a friendly Irish pub drenched in old-world elegance, or Ganache Restaurant & Bakery, offering innovative dinners—though many customers are content to stick to its yummy pastries. While in the neighborhood, experience award-winning theater with a distinctive Southern slant at the Triad Stage, or the family-friendly productions at the Carolina Theatre, a lavish vaudeville-era structure. From our Greensboro hotels, you can easily drive to Fisher Park, where lovingly restored Craftsman and Prairie-style homes are clustered along tree-lined streets.
Book a room at one of our Holiday Inn® Greensboro hotels in early May to groove to the annual Carolina Blues Festival, and in December to experience the sense of community that imbues the Festival of Lights and other ‘Downtown in December’ events.
Enjoy America’s favorite past time watching a baseball game at the new BB&T ball field located 4 minutes from the hotel! Lovely city parks are nearby the hotel for a nice walk. Old Salem offers tours of an original Moravian Village.