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Great hotels in North Carolina

...prices from only £52

Price is per person per night for a 7 night stay in Charlotte at the 4 * Charlotte Marriott Executive Park on 15 / Apr / 2021 (price found 38 hours ago)

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North Carolina

North Carolina; the lowdown & highlights and not to miss

Wherever you want to stay in North Carolina, it's easy to bag a hotel deal with Netflights. We'll help you find and compare a range of options, so you can decide the best hotel for you.

The top cities in North Carolina

Charlotte
Charlotte, North Carolina
4 star hotels from £52 pp/night
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Raleigh/Durham
Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina
4 star hotels from £90 pp/night
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Wilmington North Carolina
Wilmington North Carolina, North Carolina
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Come and stay in North Carolina with Netflights

If you’re looking for cheap hotels in North Carolina, we can help. We've scanned and compared hotel prices across the region to help you find a good-value stay. If you don’t have specific travel dates in mind, try searching by month to track down a bargain. You’ll find that hotels in North Carolina are usually cheapest in January, so keep your eyes peeled. May is the most expensive time to stay in North Carolina.

Hotel prices in North Carolina vary depending on the star rating, board basis and whereabouts you're staying. At the moment, the cheapest hotel is Charlotte Marriott Executive Park, where 7 nights in April costs £52pppn.

Booking in advance will always give you more choice. To find the best hotel deals in North Carolina, you should book at least 9 weeks in advance.

If you're not sure how long to spend in North Carolina, you might like to know that most people spend 14 days here. But it's up to you – just make sure you have enough time to see the main attractions. It gets very busy here during May, while January is a good time to go if you want to beat the crowds.

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