Built on a past of booming textile mills and ground-breaking civil-rights stands, Greensboro is equal parts Southern gentility and youthful energy. Our Holiday Inn Express® hotels in Greensboro take you to a city where historic industrial-era buildings stand shoulder to shoulder with quaint Victorian homes.
Our Greensboro hotels are a short drive from the Greensboro Historical Museum, where the city’s past is told through folk-art collections and re-created rooms. Nearby you’ll find Blandwood, a 1795 mansion offering tours throughout the year. You can stroll charming Fisher Park, lined with restored Craftsman homes. A short drive takes you to College Hill, where Victorian homes and cafes cluster on Tate Street, just steps away from the free—and free-ranging—exhibits at Weatherspoon Art Museum.
Grab a budget-friendly bite at the Mellow Mushroom, where you can sip a Carolina microbrew while your pizza is cooking. Our Holiday Inn Express hotels in Greensboro are within easy reach of Greene Street Club, throbbing with live rock music and offering the sanctuary of a hip rooftop lounge. M’Coul’s Public House is a great spot to raise pints of stout with the locals, while baseball fans can catch a few spirited innings of Single-A baseball at a Greensboro Grasshoppers game at NewBridge Bank Park. After a good night’s sleep at one of our Greensboro hotels, cruise Downtown to explore its many repurposed commercial structures. Grab a pastry at Ganache Restaurant & Bakery, or pay your respects to the four brave men who kicked off Greensboro’s civil rights movement at the International Civil Rights Center and Museum. Later, take in a show at the Carolina Theatre, which practically struts its lavish 1927 decor.
Book your stay at our Holiday Inn Express Greensboro hotels to explore the city’s unique Southern history, atmospheric architecture and vibrant culture.
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.