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|Value for money||8.9|
|Distance to city centre||0.1 km|
|"Beautiful hotel in an excellent location!"||(in 28 reviews)|
|"The location was perfect."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"Very friendly staff"||(in 24 reviews)|
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|amazing and the location||in 15 reviews|
|beautiful hotel||in 38 reviews|
|complimentary breakfast||in 25 reviews|
|decor||in 13 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 33 reviews|
|pure comfort||in 3 reviews|
|room a bit pricey||in 10 reviews|
|staff was very friendly||in 39 reviews|
|uptown charlotte||in 16 reviews|
|valet parking||in 13 reviews|
|wine and cheese||in 23 reviews|
My wife and I liked the character of the room. The bathroom was nice and the feel of the room was cool.
The bed was hard and very uncomfortable. We were going to stay longer but it shorten our stay. They had limited food choices for vegans. The valet ended up being $38 instead of the price of $28 which I was told by the valet guy when I asked before choosing to valet. The elevator was a lil scary because it seemed not to work. When you get on it makes a noise and shakes and it seems like it's stuck because it takes a long time to get to the floor and open. There are only 2 floors in the hotel
The evening presentation of the wine and cheese convinced me the breakfast offering would be similar, not special. We found another restaurant to eat
The internet says self parking is available. Not so. When we arrived there was no spaces in front the hotel to park and unload. After several trips around the hotel we found a parking facility beneath the hotel with a closed garage door. Luckily the door opened due to a member of the valet team retrieving a car. We took the opportunity to self-park in the garage. There was no signs indicating what spaces to use. We found a spot only to learn at check in it was the wrong spot. The valet staff moved the car. Turns out the parking wasn't free, there was a charge of $38. After we got our bags to the check in desk and checked it we proceeded to the room by ourselves. In the room the television had a unusual control system that dissuaded us from watching tv. Fine, I watch too much tv anyway. The room lights were controlled by an unusual light switch that dimmed certain lights, and controlled other lights throughout the room. Never quite figured that out in 12 hours. Even the toilet had an unusual flushing system. Since there were only two choices it was simple to figure that out. The point is since we identified ourselves as first time customers it would have been nice to have some assistance with how he room functioned and maybe some ice when we arrived. In the morning, since we had self parked the car we had no receipt to get the car from the valet. Again, since at check in we told the "parking story" above you'd think they would have sent the receipt to the room or called to tell us it was available to be picked up at the front desk. At check out we asked to have our charges emailed to us. I had to call a second time a week later to obtain it. I have other thoughts, but I'm out of space
The hotel itself was charming
Room service was. at best very poor
The interior design was amazing. I loved the concept of repurposing a historic department store into a hotel.
Guests looking for an upscale boutique hotel in downtown Charlotte, North Carolina, should consider the Ivey’s Hotel. This hotel is filled with classic furniture while timeless art decorates almost every wall. All legal-age guests can enjoy handpicked wine and cheeses in the library most of the day. Those needing to get some work done will enjoy the spacious business center. Valet-only parking makes it easy to get started on a relaxing stay at this hotel. Sophia’s Lounge offers a vintage European-style bar experience. Guests can enjoy dining at the Gothic-inspired 5Church on New American cuisine.
The Ivey’s Hotel is conveniently located near many downtown Charlotte attractions. Guests find Blumenthal Performing Arts Center and Discovery Place Science nearby. Guests also find Levine Museum of the New South and ImaginOn: The Joe & Joan Martin Center within easy walking distance. Those staying here find it easy to get to other Charlotte attractions like the U.S. National Whitewater Center and Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Rooms at The Ivey’s Hotel offer upscale luxury. Most come with a claw-foot soaking tub while all the furniture is handmade. Guests can rest comfortably on the beds furnished with luxurious Italian bedding. Guests can use in-room technology to beckon housekeeping quickly at this pet-friendly hotel. If guests find time to watch the television, then they can enjoy an enhanced experience because each room comes with a soundbar. Guests enjoy classic elegance at The Ivey’s Hotel in Charlotte. Spacious rooms, an upscale lounge and elegant dining await guests choosing to stay here.
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Most popular landmarks
- North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center 92 m
- Spectrum Center 332 m
- Discovery Place 349 m
- Bechtler Museum of Modern Art 0.6 km
- NASCAR Hall of Fame 0.8 km
- Bank of America Stadium 1 km
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