|Most expensive month:||September|
|Average price in Raleigh:||$154/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$53/night|
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Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Raleigh
1209 Plainview Drive, Raleigh, NC, United States
La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Raleigh Downtown North
2610 Westinghouse Boulevard, Raleigh, NC, United States
Hyatt House Raleigh / RDU / Brier Creek
10030 Sellona Street, Raleigh, NC, United States
Holiday Inn Raleigh Downtown
320 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC, United States
DoubleTree by Hilton Raleigh - Brownstone - University
1707 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC, United States
The Stateview Hotel, Autograph Collection
2451 Alumni Drive, Raleigh, NC, United States
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With its tree-lined streets and spacious boulevards, Raleigh lives up to its reputation as the “City of Oaks”. It’s part of North Carolina’s prestigious Research Triangle and boasts a myriad of museums within its handsome downtown area.
The North Carolina Museum of Art is one of the state’s top cultural attractions, dazzling visitors with its light-filled halls and gleaming steel facade. Inside, you’ll find a host of treasures, from colourful African masks to ancient Greek sculptures.
If you’re visiting with your family, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is a fantastic place to spend an afternoon. Kids will love gazing up at the immense Blue Whale skeleton, admiring lush forest dioramas and touching ancient fossils in the Discovery Room.
The North Carolina State Capitol is Raleigh’s most iconic landmark, best known for its grand Greek-revival facade. Inside you’ll find a lofty rotunda anchored by a statue of George Washington. You can also tour the lavishly decorated Governor's offices and check out the collection of historical artefacts on display.
Need a break? Escape to the JC Raulston Arboretum, a nationally-acclaimed garden that’s an oasis of green in the heart of Raleigh. Venture inside and you’ll find colourful flower displays, beautifully manicured rose gardens and a butterfly sanctuary.
Downtown Raleigh is compact and easy to explore on foot, with most major attractions within walking distance. You can also ride on cycle rickshaws, Segways and free public shuttles. Raleigh–Durham International Airport sits to the north-west of the city, with the drive taking around 20 minutes.
Downtown, North Hills, and Southeast Raleigh are the most popular places on HotelsCombined for stays in Raleigh.
Hyatt House Raleigh / RDU / Brier Creek, rated with a score of 8.9 from 1,960 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Raleigh. Other top stays include Holiday Inn Raleigh Downtown, with an average rating of 7.4 from 1,004 reviewers, and Wingate by Wyndham State Arena Raleigh/Cary, with a score of 7.9 from 969 reviewers.
Reviews of Four Points by Sheraton Raleigh Arena recommend it as a good place to stay near PNC Arena, scoring 9.0/10 from 469 ratings.
Holiday Inn Raleigh Downtown is rated 7.4 from 1,004 reviews and is close to Raleigh Convention Center.
921 HotelsCombined reviews of Embassy Suites Raleigh - Crabtree score it 8.5/10, making it a highly recommended hotel near Crabtree Valley Mall.
The average price of a hotel in Raleigh is $162 per night, based on the last 3 days’ data. The average price of a 4-star hotel in Raleigh around is $212 per night, whereas for a 5-star hotel it’s $299 per night.
$47/night is the cheapest price found for a hotel in Raleigh by HotelsCombined users over the last 72 hours. For the coming weekend of May 27 to May 29, prices for hotels in Raleigh start from as low as $70/night.
Prices for a hotel in Raleigh tonight are about $183 on average, but HotelsCombined users have found prices as low as $56 for tonight in the last 3 days. The best price found for a 4-star hotel in Raleigh tonight is $188.
Village District has been an energetic mainstay in the heart of Raleigh for many years. People visit to explore areas of attraction like the beautiful Umstead State Park, the Pope House Museum, the Dr Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Gardens, and North Carolina Museum of Art. Luckily, you can experience all that the area has to offer on a budget by staying at cheap hotels in Raleigh such as the downtown Raleigh Marriott City Center or the Hampton Inn Raleigh to be in proximity to Raleigh Station and area attractions like Buffaloe Road Aquatic Center, Marsh Creek Park, Lafayette Village, etc.
North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is one of the largest natural science museums in the southeastern U.S., where kids can have fun learning at the prehistoric section of the exhibits. They will get a hands-on experience at the Discovery Room and learn all about the science behind the natural world at the Nature Research Center, from space exploration to DNA investigation and more. For a family-friendly hotel in Raleigh, we recommend staying at the Residence Inn by Marriott to appreciate the proximity to Raleigh Station and be within walking distance to must-visit area attractions like Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts North Carolina State Capitol, the Red Hat Amphitheater, Crabtree Valley Mall, etc. The Marbles Kids Museum and Pullen Park should also be high on your list of places to visit, as both places are packed with interactive and fun things to do during your North Carolina trip.
Raleigh is both a city with a thriving nightlife and a tranquil area with access to numerous parks, meaning wherever you choose to stay, you can find some peace in this charming place. Located in the Cary suburb is the Homewood Suites by Hilton that gives you access to an outdoor pool and fitness center, including proximity to North Carolina State Fair Station, Crossroads Plaza, Lake Johnson, and the Coastal Union Music Park Walnut Creek, etc. Also in Cary, we recommend staying at the Hyatt Place Raleigh to be close to the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences or the downtown Sheraton Raleigh Hotel for access to premium room comforts and to be within walking distance to Raleigh Station, Raleigh City Museum, Red Hat Amphitheater, and Cary Towne Center. You can use the HotelsCombined search engine to compare prices and find cheap hotels in Raleigh, such as Microtel Inn by Wyndham Raleigh-Durham Airport or consider Extended Stay America Suites, especially if you want to be near the Raleigh Flea Market or the North Hills Shopping Center for some retail therapy.
A must-visit is the Brewery Bhavana Asian restaurant for their signature seafood dumplings, mushroom sauce, Lo Mein, or crab fried rice. Next door is Caffe Luna Italian restaurant on Blount Street but consider a favorite with the locals, the Second Empire Restaurant and Tavern for their roasted duck or grilled Australian rack of lamb. When you want to venture outside of downtown Raleigh or in the North Hills area for a great dining experience, consider eating at Saint Jacques French Cuisine for various French dishes and wines. Located in the North Raleigh neighborhood and dishing out sushi and burgers is the constantly packed Cowfish restaurant well-known for its bento box. If you want your fill of steak and seafood complemented with wine and sides, we recommend the Angus Barn located on Glenwood Avenue and for some Thai, Vietnamese, and Chinese cuisines, consider visiting the Bida Manda restaurant for a Laotian culinary experience. Origin Hotel is ideal as it’s centrally located in the CBD and near the metro station, thus making it easy to get to the abovementioned restaurants, including the area’s cultural highlights, shopping malls and parks.