Opened in 1929, this is a fine example of a historic landmark hotel. There are many original features still in place.
It’s in a great downtown location for walking to wherever you want to go.
Each room is different, furnished and decorated uniquely. Complimentary water and soda are waiting for you in the mini fridge. Free Wi-Fi works well. Robes are provided. Bathrooms are spacious and are stocked with a nice grade of the usual shampoo, conditioner, etc. Bed linens are very nice.
The Dunhill’s restaurant, The Asbury, has just been remodeled and a new Fall, 2014 menu has been announced. See a review here.
Parking is easy in the lot behind the hotel. Enter from W 6th St.
“The Dunhill Hotel is one of Charlotte’s few remaining historic landmarks. The lobby and guest rooms feature elegant 18th-century style European furnishings, hand-sewn draperies and original works of art by North Carolina artist Phillip Moose. The Penthouse Suite retains its original marble floor with double balconies offering panoramic views of Charlotte. We invite guests to discover an Uptown Charlotte hotel reminiscent of a bygone era.” ~ The Dunhill Hotel Website
The Dunhill Hotel