Red Roof Inn Charlotte Airport (West)

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

3300 Queen City Dr, I-85 at Billy Graham Pkwy, Exit #33, Charlotte, N Carolina, 28208, United States
Red Roof Inn Charlotte Airport West
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
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Very Good
11%
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Average
13%
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Poor
16%
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Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 42% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples30
  • Solo22
  • Business10

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Travel Tips for Charlotte

Go in March, dress in layers

by b1bob

If you go to Charlotte in late March, dress in layers. Be ready for as much as 75° (23°C) or as little 50° (10°C) for daily highs. Have a t-shirt, a sweat shirt, and a light windbreaker. Always keep an umbrella convenient. A good 35mm camera with plenty of film if "acemj" takes you on tour. I came with 100 exposures expecting a small surplus, but I'll be dipped if I didn't have to go and buy me some more.

Exhibit A

by acemj about Charlotte Merchandise Mart

Trade shows of all kinds come to the Merchandise Mart. One week it might be antiques, the next week it might be jewelry. You just never know. Over a million visitors come through this place every year. Check the website for the event schedule.

Ole Ole

by DrewV

Ole Ole
For reasons completely unknown to me, Charlotte excels in Spanish food. There are no less than three exquisite Spanish restuarants, and one tremendous Argentine steakhouse, which are three and one, respectively, more than Atlanta has. Ole Ole features a Spanish/Chilean flavour in excellent fashion. On King Street just outside of Dilworth, Ole Ole is top notch food at relatively reasonable prices. This is where my love for Spanish food began. Then I went to Spain. The famous chimichurri sauce

Brazilian

by acemj about Brazas Churrascaria

Brazilian food is a dining experience. Just think meat, meat and more meat and you'll be in a carnivorous sort of heaven. All vegetarians stay away! The style of the meal is referred to as "rodizio" and basically you load up at the buffet first and then wait for the servers to bring you huge sword stuck slabs of meat that they'll carve up and place on your plate. Mmmmmm.

I went there just before I went to Brazil in the fall of 2003, with a Bulgarian born, Belgian-raised, Charleston-living friend who once lived in Sao Paolo (sounds like a good VT candidate). It was great because of his fluency in Portuguese and his overall enthusiasm for the meal. We had a caipirinha to start off, which is normally made of a strong sugarcane-based liquor called cachaca and sugar and lime with ice. Unfortunately, Brazas used vodka instead of cachaca (apparently it's hard to come by).

Then, I returned in March of 2004 with fellow VTer and Brazil lover, b1bob. Nat and I kept our cards upturned most of the night, which kept the meats coming. Our waitress was Spanish speaking and we had a good time talking with her in her native tongue (Nat more successfully than I). It was great to hear Nat's self-proclaimed "Tex-Mex" Spanish accent as he charmed our waitress. The meat server was Brazilian and Nat easily turned his internal linguistic switch and started rambling on in Portuguese, much to Paulo's surprise! Eating with Nat is always a pleasure because he is truly interested in not only the food, but the server, the history of the restaurant and the proper way to eat the meal. I guess that ol' boy has picked up some cultural awareness from all of his far-flung travels! ;-)

American Freedom Bell & Hezekiah Alexander House

by b1bob

The "rock house" house isn't where you would find tributes to Keith Richards or Mick Jagger (go to Cleveland for that). The Hezekiah Alexander House nicknamed the rock house the oldest home still standing in Mecklenburg County, was built in 1774 of locally quarried stone. The architecture closely resembles the stone structures of Pennsylvania and western Maryland from where the Alexander family came. Most of its original stonework remains and it sits on its original location, within view of some ultra-modern flats.

The Belk foundation donated this as a gift to the people from the Carolinas. It symbolises the patriotism and pride expressed by the backcountry patriots of the Revolutionary War. It is 7 feet (2 m.) wide and tall, and weighs 7 tons.

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Address: 3300 Queen City Dr, I-85 at Billy Graham Pkwy, Exit #33, Charlotte, N Carolina, 28208, United States