With a wide range of hotel styles and a large number of national hotel brands present, your stay in the Greensboro, NC area will be a comfortable one. Many Greensboro hotels are convenient to Highway 40, with clusters close to each of the three cities of the Piedmont Triad area.
Near the Piedmont Triad International Airport, there are more than a dozen hotel choices, one of which is actually located on airport property, making early or late flights a cinch. Most area hotels gathered along the Highway 40 corridor are suite-type hotels offering private kitchen facilities and sitting areas in each room. Complimentary continental breakfasts are common, as are business centers, pools, and fitness centers.
There are some standouts that deserve consideration for your vacation in Greensboro. The O. Henry Hotel just gushes Southern charm. Your stay at this 1920s Tuscan Revival building just north of Greensboro is made even more gracious by the afternoon tea, the hot breakfast buffet, the separate vanity and bath in each spacious room, and the two London taxis at your beck and call. Equally as charming is the J.H. Adams Inn in downtown High Point, with 31 rooms and suites in this 1918 mansion-turned-exquisite-inn. Egyptian cotton sheets, luxurious baths, carved moldings, and a grand staircase provide an elegant backdrop.
The Proximity Hotel on Green Valley Road in Greensboro is a Platinum LEED certified energy- and water-conserving hotel, but any difference you notice is more likely to be on the plus side. In keeping with the theme, meals at the hotel’s Green Valley Grill are locally sourced, farm-to-table plates, chilled in a geothermal fridge. Low VOC finishes, and an elevator that generates electricity on the descent to use on the way back up, are interesting sustainable features not available in many hotels.