Hampton Inn and Suites Raleigh/Cary-I-40 (PNC Arena)

Address: 111 Hampton Woods Lane, Raleigh, North Carolina, 27607, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 111 Hampton Woods Lane, Raleigh, is near North Carolina Museum of Art, RBC Center, Lake Johnson Park, and J.S. Dorton Arena.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn and Suites Raleigh/Cary-I-40 (PNC Arena)

    Sehr zufrieden mit dem Hotel und Service


    Nachdem wir uns die Infos auf dieser Seite angesehen haben, rief ich das Hotel direkt an und fragte nach einer Suite mit Jacuzzi. Ich kontaktierte die Reception und buchte, mir wurde sogar erlaubt, das Zimmer im Voraus zu besichtigen. Die Suite war geräumig und funktionell, gut gepflegt und makellos sauber. Das Einchecken verlief im Nu und obwohl ich beim Buchen nicht meinen AAA-ADAC Nachlas erwähnte, wurde mir dieser Rabatt im nachhinein gegeben. Die gesamten Bereich des Hotels sind sehr schön gepflegt und sauber. Wir haben das Frühstück nicht probiert aber es stand den Gästen zur Verfügung. Der Zimmerpreis war für diesen Standard absolut angemessen und wir waren zufrieden.

    Ich werde sicherlich wieder hier übernachten!

    Loved the Hotel and Service


    After reading the information located on your site, I called the hotel directly looking for a suite w/jacuzzi. I contacted the front desk, made my reservation and was allowed to come and view the room before hand. The suite was spacious and functional, well kept, and spotless. Check in was a breeze, and even though I hadn't booked with my AAA card, they honored the discount. All the areas of the hotel looked well cared for and clean. We didn't try the breakfast, but it was available to guests. It was reasonably priced for a room of this caliber, and we were quite pleased. I will definately stay here again!

    Great Hotel


    Great Hampton. Free breakfast was above the standard fare. Free bottled water at front desk. Rooms were clean and very nice. Only down fall was had to drive a couple of miles to eat dinner. If you have a car will not be a problem. Had a nice outdoor pool and the lobby area was nice with a fireplace.

    Klasse Hotel


    Ein tolles Hampton. Das gratis Frühstück war überdurschnittlich. Am Empfang gab es kostenlose Wasserflaschen. Die Zimmer waren sauber und sehr gut. Der einzige Nachteil war, dass man zum Abendessen einige Meilen fahren musste. Mit einem Auto aber kein Problem. Es gab auch ein schönes Freibad und ein Kaminfeuer im angenhmen Empfangsbereich.

    A+! Great place! Exactly what we were looking for


    My girlfriend and I booked a jacuzzi king suite with a kitchen and sofa.

    It was very nice! Very very clean. It would've been immaculately clean, but there were a few scratches on a lamp shade, a small food stain (maybe soup?) on the floor in the kitchen, and what appeared to be a dried urine spot on the toilet. However, there was literally no mildew anywhere in the bathroom, and the whole place smelled fresh and clean. In our entire stay, we did not find ONE single hair that was not ours, and that is something I have never been able to say about any hotel in this price range.

    The kitchen is stocked with all kinds of dishes (wine glasses, scotch glasses, skillet, mugs, plates, bowls, utensils), as well as a coffee maker, toaster, microwave, 2 burner electric cooktop, and refrigerator. It also came with a bag of complimentary popcorn, which was the most perfectly cooked bag of microwave popcorn I've ever eaten using the provided microwave.

    The bedroom was nicely decorated with elegant looking furniture. However, the overall appearance of the bedspread was quite dated (not dated as in worn, but dated as in out of fashion?). Maybe it's just a southern thing! The bed was comfortable, although not as comfortable as others I've have seen. Having an extra (27"+) TV in the bedroom was a plus.

    The bathroom was the real highlight of this suite. The jacuzzi tub is the largest I've encountered in a hotel room and can easily fit two people. As expected, the jets are only useful for generating bubbles for a bubble bath for a few seconds as it sounds like a giant vacuum cleaner when you turn them on. The shower is elegant and is glass on two sides. There is also a bathrobe for use in the room (although it can be purchased at the front desk).

    The wireless internet worked flawlessly and rivaled the speeds of the wireless internet at some college campuses.

    Breakfast was the biggest disappointment of our stay, if you could even call it a disappointment. Perhaps it was just that the quality of our room raised our expectations for the breakfast. There was fruit, cereal, donuts, bagels, danishes, etc., and a strange assortment of omelets, egg/sausage/pancake sandwiches and French toast that came in packages that were to be microwaved. I found the breakfast to be only adequate.

    The hotel staff was very friendly and helpful.

    And, as said by others, the lobby does have a very "ski lodge" feel to it that we liked very much.

    Overall, we had a very pleasant experience. At $145/night for a king jacuzzi suite, you can't really beat it (at least not in Raleigh). We will probably return!

    Great place


    i would stay here again. very nice staff. very helpful. good breakfast. great place.

    Nice, affordable hotel


    We recently decided to take a weekend getaway to Raleigh, somewhere we had never been. I relied on reviews from Tripadvisor to choose a hotel. This Hampton Inn was a great choice.

    We stayed in a standard king. The room was quite large w/a desk and chair and additional chair for seating. The hotel was very clean and well laid out. The free breakfast was not the fanciest I've seen but it was adequate.

    The location was simple to find off of Route 40. This was perfect for us as we went to Durham also. The only thing I would say is that it is not in the middle of anything. If you want to walk to a restaurant or shopping, this is not the place for you. If you want a nice stay at a reasonable price, this is it.

    Loved this hotel


    I loved this hotel. Comfortable. safe. good location. very nice

    **** Hampton~Very nice!


    If you are a person who hates hotels this Hampton Inn will change your mind! This Hampton Inn was spotless! The whole hotel and our room also smelled so clean and fresh. The bathrooms are what I always worry about and it was spotless down to the floor tiles. Believe me I really checked it out because I am so picky about hotel bathrooms. I usually toss and turn all night at hotels but I slept great here because I felt so comfortable and safe too.

    The staff was nice. They have a breakfast bar in the morning but it is nothing that special. Mainly packaged omlets you can microwave which were good. Also had cereal and some fruit with coffee and juice. It is enough to get you going. We would highly reccomend this hotel if you are traveling, especially with children. I always want things clean because of my kids and they were very comfortable and impressed also. Wonderful, wonderful hotel!!!

    A great hotel.


    This is the nicest Hampton I've ever stayed at, and I've been to several. The hotel is lovely. They were sold out of rooms, and since I'm a Diamond member, they moved me up to a suite at no additional charge. The suite was wonderful. By the looks of the hotel, I'm sure the regular rooms are nice, also. The staff was very helpful. There's a convenience store across the parking lot , should you want to grab snacks. The hotel is only a few exits to the airport. A very nice hotel!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn and Suites Raleigh/Cary-I-40 (PNC Arena)

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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