Built in 1906 for Harden Thomas Martin and designed by North Carolina’s first registered architect, William G. Armfield, the Double Oaks estate is a prominent piece of Greensboro’s history. The home is known as Double Oaks because of the two spectacular, sprawling oak trees in the front yard, both more than 200 years old. Overnight guests are treated to…Read more
Stay in the greenest hotel in the U.S.! Sustainable practices, custom-designed furnishings, commissioned art and innovative design await you in this 147-room AAA Four Diamond luxury hotel. Built to use 40% less energy and 30% less water than a comparable hotel, the Proximity is the country’s first LEED Platinum certified hotel by the U.S. Green…Read more
Named after short story writer and Greensboro native, O. Henry. The era of the locally owned, passionately run, hotels have returned. Enjoy gracious hospitality in oversized guest rooms with afternoon tea, outstanding amenities, and attentive staff.