FOR HISTORIC VISITS 10 CHAPEL HILL, ThE CHOICE Is ACADEMIC That's because The Carolina Inn is the only hotel in town that has the privilege of being located on the beautiful campus of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Inn is proud to have been a part of the University's history and tradition for more than 70 years, and that radition continues with the completion of its new $16.5 million renovation. Some of the many amenities include: • 184 deluxe guest rooms and suites • Restaurant and bar with optional patio dining • 12,500 square feet of meeting and banquet space • Room service • Electronic guest room door locks • Individual climate control in each guest room • Voice mail and data ports in each guest room • Two telephone lines per room Plus, The Carolina Inn is just a short stroll to charming downtown Chapel Hill, where storefront shops and eclectic dining opportunities beckon. Make sure your next stay THE CAROLINA in Chapel Hill is an historic one, call 919-933-2001. INN Owned by The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Operated by Doubletree Hotels Corporation 2ll Pittsboro Street, Chapel Hill, NC 27516/1-800-962-8519/Fax 919-962-3400 www.citysearch.com/rdu/carolinainn
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