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King Bed Studio ⚑ Best Location to Food & Drinks ⚑This king bed listing is in the heart of South End, Charlotte's hottest neighborhood. Surrounded by so many of the most sought after restaurants in town, location is clearly the #1 amenity of this beautifully furnished apartment home. On top of that, enjoy access to our rooftop Sky Lounge and get a great view of the city skyline. We provide one FREE parking pass A+ walkability to Charlotte's best food and drink options 4 min drive to Uptown Charlotte 14 min drive to Charlotte Douglas Airport
Full Apartment connected to home, South CharlottePine Tree Place in South Charlotte is ideal for business person + those visiting family. Petite well furnished and stocked apt attached to home, shared wall with windows/blinds, parking spot, private entrance. This is a smoke + pet free private space with a quiet family living life on the other side of the wall. Full kitchen, eating area, living room with 32" TV, DVD, Roku, WiFi, Netflix + Amazon. queen bed, small 30" shower. Not ideal for pets, parties, private hook ups or late risers.
Tranquil Escape~Modern 1BD Suite on GreenwayWe enjoy hosting people and live in a quiet tranquil setting on the Greenway. We live on a cul-de-sac in a peaceful and safe neighborhood conveniently located with proximity to shopping malls & IKEA, UNC University, IBM, Wells Fargo, PNC Music Theater, and the light rail.
Cosmopolitan Charlotte is North Carolina’s largest city, with towering Uptown skyscrapers, unique museums, and a plethora of lively neighborhoods steeped in history. The municipality rose to prominence in the early 19th century during Carolina’s gold rush, and later prospered thanks to thriving cotton, textile, and banking industries. If you hear someone call it the Queen City, that’s because Charlotte is named after the wife of King George III.
The weather is suitable for adventuring in nature year-round, and the number of indoor and outdoor attractions is staggering; in the morning you can hike the trails in Little Sugar Creek Greenway or spike your adrenaline at the U.S. National Whitewater Center — the world’s largest manmade whitewater river. Later on you can marvel at the NASCAR Hall of Fame or wander the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. Finally, you can finish the day strong by sampling craft beers or catching a show at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center. These are only a few of the many reasons this place regularly makes lists of the best U.S. cities to live in.
Visitors fly into Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) or drive in from the Southeast, Northeast, or Midwest on Interstates 77 or 85. Amtrak offers three routes that serve the city daily, connecting it with Raleigh, New York, and New Orleans, while Greyhound has buses traveling regularly to and from Raleigh, Atlanta, Richmond, and beyond. Megabus and Wanderu also offer bus service.
Once you’ve arrived it’s convenient to have your own wheels, but Charlotte’s extensive public transportation system, CATS features city buses, the CityLYNX Gold Line streetcars, and a light rail line, all of which are accessible for travelers with disabilities. Rideshares and taxis are widely available, and the city has an electric bike-share program called Charlotte Joy Rides.
The optimal time to visit Charlotte is in the fall or the spring, when the weather is most temperate, crowds aren’t too bad, and parks and gardens tend to look their best. Summer sees a sharp increase in visitors, but it’s also a fantastic time to experience the U.S. National Whitewater Center and then swap adventure tales over al fresco craft brews in one of the city’s numerous beer gardens. Winter does bring colder climes, but the city’s used to it, and businesses remain open throughout the year. Events you may want to plan a visit around include the Taste of Charlotte food festival in early June and Charlotte Pride in mid-August. Motorsports season at the Charlotte Motor Speedway runs from April to November.
The world’s largest artificial rafting river is also a training facility for international sporting events and frequently appears on adventurous visitors’ to-do lists. In addition to truly outstanding river rafting opportunities, the center also offers biking, zip lines, live music, and craft beer.
Step into this fairytale of a park and meander through 380 acres of Seussian gardens featuring bubbling fountains and a lovely conservatory housing tropical plants and orchards. The garden is open to the general public on weekends, and hosts a magical Chinese Lantern Festival every October.
An ode to the history and future of the auto racing company, this shrine-like museum honors exceptionally skilled drivers as well as crews, owners, broadcasters, and other big names in the sport. It also contains interactive exhibits, race car simulators, and theaters for video presentations and live entertainment. Nearby, the Charlotte Motor Speedway features a quad oval track where big-time races take place yearly.