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Well, I live here, but if you...

Well, I live here, but if you need advice on where to stay, just go to the internet for hotel availability. The Dunhill in Uptown is one with a lot of character, but if you want to save some money, stay outside of Uptown (or with me!).

The same rule applies to housing prices. Uptown is starting to get very popular and therefore expensive. Here is a shot of some Uptown condos with the skyline behind them.

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  • Written January 24, 2003
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Holiday Inn Downtown: Center of everything

A centrally located chain hotel.

Somewhat old world kind of deco. Try to get the rooms on higher floor for a good view, such as 1402 etc (with two sides of windows).

Gym/fitness and an open air swimming pool on the roof floor also has a good view in a clear day.

Walking distance to many good restaurants such as La Vechhia's Seafood Grille (just across the street) which opens to 10 PM, good for a very nice meal after a late train arrival

It has its own parking deck, free for its guests.

King size bed with 3 pillows instead of 2 king-size ones (the pillows are rather soft in the rooms on the 14th floor- somehow reminded me of those in hotels in Germany, but just right firmness in rooms on the 15th floor).

The sink is in the hallway instead of in the bathroom. Not enough countertop room for stuff.

Very clean. Iron and ironing board, hair dryer are provided. At the window, it has a small sofa chair with a huge Ottoman for resting your feet, very comfortable to sit and read.

Receptionists are nice and efficient, at an average speed of service. On their name tags, where they are from is also indicated, e.g., Durham, NC.

Somehow the maintenance is not good enough, both the phone and the alarm clock did not function. The elevator from the parking deck to the hotel was broken when we first checked-in, and still broken next morning.

I am not sure about the rate. The price on the door of my room I stayed says $200, but the government rate was only $55/night.

Rooms on the 15th floor have fast internet access.

A public library across the street is convenient for people who like to read.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written December 14, 2002

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The Inn Uptown: Bed and Breakfast in Uptown

I've never stayed here, but I've heard that it can be a romantic place with an attentive staff and excellent food.

The rooms are comfortable and the location is tough to beat.
$130-$170/night.

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  • Written October 29, 2002
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