Morgan Hotel And Suites

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

315 East Woodlawn Road, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28217, United States
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 73% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families68
  • Couples70
  • Solo52
  • Business39

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by jorge68

I will be staying in Charlotte April 4 for 3 nights.
I will be renting a car for one day only and the other 2 days I won't have one.
What is a good neighbourhood to stay in that is "foot" friendly...i like to walk around and see things.
Or can someone recommend a good neighbourhood to stay in?



by photogator

Hello. The Dilwoth neighborhood is an excellent older established area close to downtown and the South Boulevard area. Both within walking distance. Charlotte has just opened it's first light rail system as well that can take you to other areas along South Boulevard for shopping etc and to downtown. Not sure of hotels in the Dilworth neighborhood but any hotel downtown is close to walking to that area too.



by engeluna

There are several hotels downtown that will be within walking distance of things.
Also, there is a nice b&b in the neighborhood where I used to live at the Plaza. The Vanlandingham Estate is the name. There are lots of good places to eat within walking distance (The Penguin has fabulous burgers and fried pickles, The Dish has amazing southern cuisine), a cute little coffee place/bakery (Nova's), and several antique shops all within a 10 minute walk. Downtown is a short drive away from the Plaza.

Hope this helps!

Travel Tips for Charlotte

Sculpture at U.N.C.C.

by b1bob

I don't think I'll ever understand modern art. (Enlarge the photo.) The top one is simply a sculpture of the school's mascot, the 49ers. That is a reference to Charlotte's one-time prominence in gold before the gold rush in California. The bottom one is one I don't get. It looks like a tornado pulling some kind of banner.

South Mountains great biking and hiking

by astier

Camping, biking, cycling and fishing. One trail is wheelchair accessible. The trail for cycling is recommended only for the very fit.
Below is a listing of the backpack campsites and the distance between the campsites and the parking lot.

Upper Falls Trail, 1.5 miles to campsite
Shinny Creek, 1.5 miles to campsite
Sawtooth Trail, 2.5 miles to campsite
Jacob Branch, 3.5 miles to campsite
Fox Trail, 5 miles to campsite
Murray Branch, 6 miles to campsite

Backpackes should register at board, family and groups will be registered by a ranger at days end.

Park Regularly hold educational event.

THis is a very beautiful place to visit and I recommend you take the time for a least a dayhike if you visit. Picknicking areas are also provided with shelter and nice grills.

Check the website for regulations and rules, no alcoholic beverages or fire other than in designated areas.

South Mountains State Park is located in Burke County, 18 miles south of Morganton. From I-40, turn south on NC 18, travel nine miles and make a right turn onto SR 1913 (Sugarloaf Road). Take SR 1913 to Old NC 18 and turn left. Travel four miles and make a right turn onto SR 1901 (Ward's Gap Road). The park is off SR 1901 on SR 1904.

Greasy but good!

by charlene2021 about Fuel Pizza

Got the hankering for a big slice of pizza in a friendly decor? Fuel Pizza is the place for you. I suggest the orginal Fuel Pizza off of Central Avenue tha was built in an old fashioned gas station. Every pizza is a delecious master piece with any kind of pizza your heart desires.

Simple family food for 32 years

by etfromnc about Carolina Family Restaurant

Definitely not your "date-night" restaurant, even if it were open in the evening, which it isn't. When I was in high school, it seemed as if every good restaurant in CLT was owned by Greeks. This was one of that group. Operated in the same location by the same family for over 32 years, the food is not spectacular from any point-of-view but it is good, it will be served promptly, and the portions are more than adequate. They open at 6 AM every day except Sunday and close at 3:30 M-F and 2 on Saturday. They have at least five daily specials ranging from marinated chicken (yes, chicken) tips to country fried steak, fish, ham, liver, and a chuckwagon cheese steak. The meat plus two vegetables will be $6.95 or less. The most expensive item on the menu is is Pete's Rib-Eye Steak (plus the veggies, of course) for a whopping $9.99. I do not have a real favorite entree but I really like their veggies because they are served fresh and either hot or cold (as appropriate). Chances are that your waitress will be Maria, the founders' daughter. Tell her "Hi" from Ed.

Bland Chinese

by etfromnc about The Wok #1

If this was #1, I thought that I might skip 2, 3, and 4, until I found #2 and I am delighted that I made the effort. Please see that tip if you are looking for good, fast Chinese food in the Ballantyne area. The food here is not bad but it is not special either. If you are in a hurry, want Chinese, and are in the area, it will be okay but do not go out of the way to get there. The service was pretty good actually. It is not a normal sit-down restaurant but I got sit-down service. My waitress said that they try to provide that service but that it is not always possible when they are really busy.
They do offer delivery service to the northeast part of the county. I had the Kung Pao Chicken and considered it to be very bland, which if you really enjoy good Kung Pao chicken may explain why I was a bit disappointed.


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 Morgan Hotel And Suites

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Address: 315 East Woodlawn Road, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28217, United States