May 21, 2019 - May 22, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Winston-Salem is a little-known yet very pleasant medium sized city in North Carolina. Winston-Salem is characterized by its historical backdrop amidst wildly fast population growth in recent years. It’s certain that the Winston-Salem of tomorrow will be nearly unrecognizable compared to the Winston-Salem of today. This is a city that is building itself every day.
Winston-Salem’s proximity to nearby mountain ranges leaves it with a diverse climate which experiences all four seasons, though in moderation. Pack under the assumption that Winston-Salem will be hot in the summer and cold in the winter, and you’ll have no problem.
Most of the hotels in Winston-Salem are small and independent hotels or inns. There are also chain hotels scattered around, which tend to offer amenities like pools which the others in the area won’t.
You won’t be able to find luxury hotels or traditional boutique hotels while in Winston-Salem, nor are there budget options like hostels. For the most part, you should expect to spend roughly $100 a night for your hotel room and receive the standard amenities and a parking spot in exchange.
The hotels in Winston-Salem are located in downtown Winston-Salem, and in the West Oak neighborhood. There aren’t too many hotels to choose from, but booking them shouldn’t be a problem. There are likely cheaper hotels outside of the city limits, so it’s worth taking a look to see if you can get any deals.
Traffic is very light around Winston-Salem, so driving inbound and outbound shouldn’t discourage you if you think it can save a few dollars. Be sure to check out our rates here at Skyscanner to get the best deal that you can for your visit.
The only time when you might have issues booking a hotel in Winston-Salem is during the late summer when the students return to the city’s universities.
Visitors to Winston-Salem should check out the rich number of art galleries around Trade Street, where many independent artists display their wares. You should also check out the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art and the Reynolda House Museum of American Art.
Aside from the arts, Winston-Salem has a few theaters, a few shopping centers, and a couple of historical and anthropological museums which might be worth checking out. There’s also a Children’s Museum in Winston-Salem in addition to several other child-friendly educational experiences. Everything in Winston-Salem is best accessed via car, and most destinations have parking lots accordingly.
Great place to raise a family! Only a few hours from the mountains and multiple beaches and lots of public events.
I lived here! Good schools, variety of cultural experience, NC School of the Arts, symphony, ballet, and now lots of different ethnic groups are there.
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