Some great budget hotels in Greensboro for under 60US$ per night include Super 8 By Wyndham Greensboro and Drury Inn & Suites Greensboro. 24 cheap accommodation deals provide easy access to Immanuel Church.
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Where to stay in Greensboro?
Best cheap hotels in Greensboro
Greensboro airports & Subway stations
Consider the 3-star Four Points By Sheraton Greensboro Airport, which is convenient for getting to Piedmont Triad airport. If you want to stay close to J. Douglas Galyon Depot railroad station and have the option to explore surrounding areas by train, think over Haynes Bed And Breakfast, a budget accommodation only a 5-minute walk from the station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Greensboro
Proximity Hotel and O.Henry Hotel could both be luxury options near Friendly Center. Greensboro-High Point Marriott Airport is a 3-star boutique hotel in Greensboro that offers upscale rooms as well as a picnic area, a Jacuzzi and a swimming pool. If other hotels aren't what you're looking for, try Fairfield Inn & Suites Greensboro Wendover or Fairfield Inn Greensboro Airport - the reliable hotels near Elsewhere.
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Large Garage Apartment Near Sedgefield Cc, situated near Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, is a cozy bed-and-breakfast hotel offering a tennis court, a sauna and a golf course. A good family-friendly hotel in Greensboro is Embassy Suites Greensboro Airport, which lies adjacent to Atlantic Aero Inc and features a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a seasonal outdoor pool. Hilton Garden Inn Greensboro is a popular resort to stay in Greensboro, it comes with an indoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and tubing as well as views of the sea.
City Guide: Discover the best of Greensboro
Greensboro is booming with activities.
Art exhibitions, music concerts and live theatre performances are waiting for you in Greensboro. But if you come there to escape from a tranquil lifestyle then look no further than the dynamic environment in Downtown with its cafes, stores and art galleries and restaurants to dine out or drink fresh beer from the nearby brewery.
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You can also entertain yourself with a stroll along Elm Street packed with cultural establishments and schools with children dashing around during breaks. Otherwise, you can just get lost in this beautiful city to understand it has all the comforts of a modern metropolis, but still retains its provincial charm.
- Bog Gardens, beautiful park in the city
- Greensboro Coliseum, a location for numerous shows and performances
- Old Mill, a place to enjoy the best pineapple cornbread in the world
- Emerald Point, an amusement park and the largest in the central east coast
Beautiful houses of the 19th century echo nostalgia for the past, while modern high-rises remind you that it is the 21st century. When in Greensboro reminders of its glorious history are everywhere.
The first settlers in the area were Germans and English who relocated there from Northern colonies. They reshaped the wild land into a settlement in 1740 and saw the Revolutionary war with battle in the area led by Nathanael Greene, a general who this city is named after. After that residents suggested a new seat for government – Greensboro and named it after the patriot commander.
Today Greensboro has developed into interesting city with its own style and charm distinct from its neighbors. About the only thing Greensboro really lacks is certainty in weather. Every season in Greensboro is unique with hot summers when temperatures reach the 90 F in July and winter temperatures - 40 F.
Such temperature drop caused by its location in the hills of North Carolina's Piedmont with Great Smoky Mountains to the west and the Atlantic beaches to the east. The area city occupies is 109.2sqmiles. The land is home to 223,891 people with famous author William Sydney Porter, but known as O. Henry born here.
Within the city is even O.Henry Hotel named in the author's honor and you can book this or any other hotel you like at Booked.net.