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Comfort Inn Matthews Star Rating 3        
9701 E. Independence Blvd.

This modern 3-story hotel within Windsor Square Shopping Center is just off Route 74 and 7.2 miles from Bojangles Arena.Rooms and suites feature free WiFi and have en suite bathrooms with showers, as well as flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, minifridges and microwaves.
Sleep Inn Matthews Star Rating 2        
9900 Matthews Park Drive

This unassuming hotel off of Highway 74 is 3 miles from McAlpine Creek Park, 8 miles from Bojangles' Coliseum and 10 miles from downtown Charlotte.The straightforward rooms provide free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus microwaves, fridges and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas with sofabeds.
Hampton Inn Charlotte Matthews Star Rating 3        
9615 Independence Pointe Pkwy

This modern hotel is 3.1 miles from McAlpine Creek Park and 10.4 miles from downtown Charlotte.
Microtel Inn & Suites Charlotte Matthews Star Rating 1        
1603 Matthews Mint Hill Rd

This straightforward hotel is 12 miles from downtown Charlotte and 13 miles from Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers.The relaxed, modern rooms and suites offer flat-screen TVs and desks. Suites add microwaves and minifridges.
Best Western Carowinds Star Rating 2        
3675 Foothills Way

This functional hotel is 1.2 miles from Carowinds Amusement Park, 12.4 miles from the Charlotte Convention Center and 13.
Comfort Inn At Carowinds Star Rating 3        
3725 Avenue Of The Carolinas

Located off Interstate 77 and Route 21, this unassuming hotel is an 8-minute walk to Carowinds theme park and 7.3 miles from Quail Hollow Golf Club.The modest rooms feature free WiFi and have en suite bathrooms with showers, as well as flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, minifridges and microwaves.
Quality Inn at Carowinds Star Rating 2.5        
3560 Lakemont Blvd

Just off I-77, this traditional hotel is a 10-minute walk from Carowinds amusement park and 13.4 miles from Charlotte Douglas International Airport.All rooms have en suite bathrooms, free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers.
Sleep Inn at Carowinds Star Rating 2        
3540 Lakemont Blvd

This straightforward hotel is 0.9 miles from Carowinds Amusement Park and 4.2 miles from Carolina Place Mall.
La Casa Inn Star Rating 2        
7900 Nations Ford Road

Located in easy access from I-77 and I-485, this hotel is close to numerous attractions such as the Charlotte Bobcats Arena, Charlotte Motor Speedway and Bank of America Stadium.The Ramada hotel offers well-appointed accommodation units with extensive personal amenities and modern facilities thus making it a perfect place for your home away from home.Guests can start off their day with a delicious breakfast that is served at the hotel in a casual atmosphere.
Candlewood Suites - Charlotte University Star Rating 2        
8812 University East Drive

Off Route 24 in suburban northeast Charlotte, this modern, all-suite hotel is 2.3 miles from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and 8 miles from the Charlotte Motor Speedway NASCAR racetrack.Relaxed studio and 1-bedroom suites feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and DVD players, as well as kitchenettes and desks.
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Charlotte has emerged as one of the leading tourist cities in the Southeastern United States thanks to rapid urban growth over the last three decades. The largest city in North Carolina, Charlotte - which is nestled on the North-South Carolina border - welcomes millions of visitors annually. While the majority arrives from neighboring states, the number of visitors arriving from further afield, including internationally, is on the rise. The majority of long haul visitors arrive at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT), one of the busiest passenger airports in the world. The airport is located just north of Uptown Charlotte and offers shuttle taxi services and a well-connected bus service.

Most tourists opt to stay in Uptown Charlotte, which is well-appointed with hotels at the heart of the action. With most of the city's attractions located in this district, you're never far from where you want to be. Charlotte is home to a cavalcade of attractions that cater to history buffs, families, sports fans and general travelers alike. History buffs will get a kick out of the likes of the Mint Museum, the Levine Museum of the New South, the Carolina Aviation Museum, the Billy Graham Library, and the numerous museums and galleries that pop up on the city streets. Families traveling to the city will find plenty to keep them busy. The most popular family-orientated attraction in the region is Caroways. This amusement park sells itself as the "Thrill Capital of the Southeast", a moniker it quickly lives up to.

As well as rollercoasters and other thrill rides, the park also includes Boomerang Bay, an exciting water park. Other family attractions in the region include the Sea Life Aquarium, the Discovery Place science museum and Ray's Splash Planet, another waterpark. Charlotte proves to be a good choice for sports fans looking to vacation in the region, with its No. 1 sporting attraction being the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Once you've relived the sport's finest moments in the museum, head out of town to nearby Concord, NC, home of Lowe's Motor Speedway. charlotte ncCharlotte NC's other sporting venues in the city include Bank of America Stadium, home to the NFL's Carolina Panthers, and Time Warner Cable Arena, which houses the NBA's Charlotte Hornets and the AHL's Charlotte Checkers ice hockey club. Visitors that prefer to take part than watch will find plenty of golf courses in the region, while the U.S. National Whitewater Center offers a host of sports to try out, including canoeing, whitewater rafting, climbing and mountain biking.

Visitors looking to slow their pace will find plenty of parks and gardens to stroll through or picnic in. These include the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, Independence Park and Kilborne Park. On a pleasant summer's evening, each feels like a little slice of Southern paradise. Charlotte's major tourist season falls between May and September with most visitors arriving during school holidays. Visitors arriving in the height of summer should be warned - temperatures can reach as high as 104F / 40C.