In the heart of Chapel Hill, The Carolina Inn is a landmark hotel adjacent to the University of North Carolina campus. Built in 1924 by UNC alumnus John Sprunt Hill, Carolina Inn is an old world charmer where Southern hospitality can be experienced at its best.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Carolina Inn is designed with an antebellum Southern plantation home in mind. It’s colonial revival style with classical revival design elements blend beautifully with modern amenities.
Carolina Inn is truly a grand hotel harking back to the heyday of great city hotels of the 1920s. Not only is the hotel absolutely beautiful, but’s it welcoming and comfortable.
From your arrival and a warm greeting from the valet to the moment you check-in, genuine first class service will greet you every step of the way. It’s the type of service you expect in a classy Southern hotel.
Your room will be one of the 185 well-appointed guest rooms at this historical inn. Most offer a four-poster pillow top queen bed surrounded by historical Southern antiques. The décor is a blend of Southern charm topped off with modern amenities to enhance your stay.
Make sure to stop by Crossroads restaurant for a cocktail or meal – you will not be disappointed. An award winning eatery, Crossroads uniquely blends Southern cuisine in a contemporary way, making it new again. Each element of a dish is carefully prepared where textures and flavors abound.
If you want excellence in style, comfort, and service in Chapel Hill, Carolina Inn is the hotel for you. You will find Carolina Inn never fails to deliver a quality lodging and dining experience.