Weekend in Charlotte
Charlotte is a major city and commercial hub in North Carolina. Its modern city center (Uptown) is home to the Levine Museum of the New South, which explores post–Civil War history in the South, and hands-on science displays at Discovery Place. Uptown is also known for the NASCAR Hall of Fame, which celebrates the sport of auto racing through interactive exhibits and films.
The Ivey's Hotel
Set in a converted 1920s department store opposite the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, this refined hotel in the uptown district is a 6-minute walk from the Levine Museum of the New South, and 7 miles from Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
Featuring art deco and mid-century furnishings, the vintage-chic rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minibars and Nespresso machines. Some open onto an interior atrium. Suites add living areas and wet bars; upgraded suites have separate living rooms and balconies.
Free evening drinks are served in a club lounge. There's also a lobby bar, a high-end restaurant and a 24-hour gym.
* all prices are subject to change - higher prices during holidays, spring break, and months of March, June, July & December.
Things to do 20+ attractions in Charlotte !
Take a unique guided tour through North Carolina’s
largest city on a guided tour of Charlotte and see some
of the top attractions in the area. From its earliest years
to the present, Charlotte has had many nicknames but
we simply call it 'home'. We are proud of where we live
and have a strong desire to share the historical side of
this city! We can't wait to pass along this information to
first-time visitors as well as long-time residents. Sit back
and enjoy a smooth tour on one of our golf carts.
Charlotte's modern city center (Uptown) is home to the Levine Museum of the New South, which explores post–Civil War history in the South