Radisson Hotel Research Triangle Park

Address: 150 Park Drive, I-40-@ Davis Drive, exit 280, Durham, North Carolina, 27709-2168, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 150 Park Drive, I-40-@ Davis Drive, exit 280, Durham, is near Brightleaf Square, Adventure Landing, and Old Chatham.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Hotel Research Triangle Park Durham

Reviewed by jeffpenn

great Value

Reviewed Nov 24, 2009
by (6 reviews) Bolton, ontario, canada , Canada Flag of Canada

Had everything you could ever want, laundry, dinner and breakfast were comp. Basketball court and a pool. Mini kitchen with popcorn. Wish every hotel could be like this

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TripAdvisor Reviews Radisson Hotel Research Triangle Park Durham

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Durham

Shopping and BBQ

A travel blog entry by damienandnadia on Jul 31, 2015

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... he asked some quiz questions that apparently confirmed age.
The festival was a lot of fun, with marquees and tents set up around a really nice amphitheatre next to a lake. There were a lot of local microbrewers and distillers as well as some other exhibitors. I'm not sure how they fit in with the theme but there were two dog rescue groups as well - greyhounds and great danes. The dogs were walked around most of the night wearing jackets ...

Getting close to nature, part 2

A travel blog entry by damienandnadia on Jul 30, 2015

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... so we were taken around by a lovely carer called Maryssa, who took us to meet many of the animals in facility. There are some that were not part of the tour because they are too dangerous or too traumatised to be seen by people. We were both so impressed by the amazing work this organisation does, and we were also saddened by some of the stories behind the animals we met.
After the tour, we had to explain, and apologise, to Maryssa ...

Savannah to Raleigh

A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Jul 30, 2015

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Everyone on contiki had a rather heavy night the night before so the long bus journey we had today was going to be interesting. I woke up hating life with a spinning head and feeling rather delicate. Had some brekky & felt better but still could have done with staying in bed. Then it was on the way to Charleston. We got there and picked up Lynda our tour guide. She got on our bus and we drove round Charleston & it's the prettiest place so far in America ...

Home at last!

A travel blog entry by godseydownunder on Jun 30, 2015

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... As I listened to the frustrated, disgruntled American passengers, I thought back to the 3 weeks of "no worries " mindset we had experienced...sigh... Our adventure down under has come to an end, but the memories, experiences, laughter, silly "who cares if they're watching " actions we shared will last forever. Our family bonding feels super glued. Thank you for sharing this time with us! I'll let the mocha say it for ...

The Beginning

A travel blog entry by gauke on Feb 27, 2014

... 30 more. The last time it only took $12 though so hopefully our credit card will be adjusted. We got home and I jumped out of the car, hopped in the coach and we went for a short ride so I could enjoy it a bit. THEN – it was my turn. I got behind the wheel and drove it back to the house on both four lanes and two lanes. I made it without any problems but Jerry said he knew he would be doing most of the driving. I asked him if it was ...