Hotels with views of Yadkin Valley, Mountain State Park and Pilot Mountain and yet budget prices can also be found in Winston-Salem, such as the affordable Hometowne Studios Winston-Salem - University Pkwy. Hilton Garden Inn Winston-Salem/Hanes Mall is an affordable option that is 6 miles from The Stevens Center.
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Where to stay in Winston-Salem?
Best cheap hotels in Winston-Salem
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Kimpton Cardinal Hotel lies in the heart of Winston-Salem city center and offers bowling, basketball and billiards. Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott Winston-Salem Downtown is another 3-star hotel in the city center that also has free self-parking and a tennis court. Home to La Quinta Inn & Suites Winston-Salem, Williamsburg Square district is a good base for a 3-star stay.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Winston-Salem
For luxury experience, consider Graylyn Estate near Kingswood School with its a patio, a seasonal outdoor pool and billiards. For travelers who would like to see some of Winston-Salem's nature places, book a hotel like Courtyard Winston-Salem Hanes Mall situated near parks, forests and gardens and enjoy the spectacular scenery combined with the atmosphere of this boutique hotel.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're looking for a homey place to stay, consider Rough & Ready Firehouse Flat B&B apartment, situated beside The Little Theatre Of Winston-Salem. Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Winston Salem is family-friendly accommodation situated within walking distance to Forsyth Medical Center. Guests traveling to Winston-Salem should consider one of the 8 resorts, such as Residence Inn Winston-Salem University Area, which offers a patio, tubing and lawn tennis with views of the city.
City Guide: Discover the best of Winston-Salem
Winston-Salem was shaped from "the Salem conscience and the Winston purse."
So go the words of the locals, the city of Salem was initiated as a symbol of diligence, but with time has evolved into the greatest industrial center east of Mississippi – Winston-Salem.
Whichever way you regard Winston-Salem from a hotbed for industry to a cultural gem, the city is easier with Booked.net. Be it a stay in the lap of luxury or a cheap hotel in Winston-Salem all are available at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms to book your stay.
Bishop August Gottlieb Spangenberg was given a task to find a place for a new settlement by the Moravian Church in 1753. It took him more than three months to tour the Muddy Creek until he would choose the area of the future Salem City.
If a bishop initiated Salem, tobacco king RJ Reynolds built Winston-Salem 120 years after the Moravians. Since then Winston-Salem has evolved into the hotbed of tobacco processing, but with the close of millennium the city shifted its interest from tobacco-orientated to new companies to cultivate new business leadership in the area.
For its tobacco business Winston-Salem is known as the "Camel City". The nickname earned for the advertising icon of the camel on the front side of the cigarette box. Thriving on the fortunes of tobacco business, Winston-Salem has a double historic heritage. In fact, it is also named as the "Twin City" for its diverse cultural opportunities left in the area before Winston and Salem had come together.
If you are culture buff, there is no better place to profit from cultural density. You should take time to indulge in culture in the Old Salem district and Historic Bethabara site as the oldest historic areas in the city. Away from history, you can take stroll around the Wake Forest University, Winston Salem State University with the NC School of the Arts located nearby. The only way from there is to downtown that boasts of a large number of upscale restaurants and art galleries.
Other attractions include;
- Diggs Museum exhibits the largest displays on arts of Africa and African Diasporas
- Old Salem Museums and Gardens, America’s most comprehensive history attraction
- Reynolda House Museum of American Art, a home to tobacco baron R.J. Reynolds
- The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art features the best regional and national contemporary artists
- Wake Forest University Museum of Anthropology, the only museum in the state dedicated to the history of global culture
You can book a stay nearby any of these attractions if you consult the interactive hotel map exclusive to Booked.net.