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The Dunhill Hotel

The Dunhill Hotel in CharlotteThe Dunhill Hotel in Charlotte

Overview

The neo-classical 10-story facade of the Dunhill Hotel has been a permanent feature in uptown Charlotte since it opened in 1929. Designed by architect Louis Asbury Sr., the Dunhill’s first incarnation was as the fashionable Mayfair Manor apartments. Prominent citizens throughout the city and region quickly flocked this piece of prime real estate and half the rooms were quickly rented by permanent tenants, which helped the building thrive during the Great Depression.

Fully restored in 1987 and most recently renovated in 2008, the Dunhill now serves as the cornerstone of the city’s art and cultural district which is Spirit Square. The lobby and guest rooms feature elegant 18th-century European furnishings, hand-sewn draperies and many of our guest rooms offer four-poster beds. The fully renovated penthouse retains its original marble floor as well as its double balconies offering beautiful views of the city, but every other stately guest room is equally alluring, detailed with 18-century furnishings alongside all the modern amenities expected by today’s worldly traveler.

The Dunhill weathered the Great Depression thanks to a steady stream of businessmen who arrived by rail.

Original Property Opened: 1929

Contact Information:
Street Address:
237 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946

The Great Depression, 1929 ~ 1938

The neo-classical 10-story facade of the Dunhill Hotel has been a permanent feature in uptown Charlotte since it opened in 1929. Designed by architect Louis Asbury Sr., the Dunhill’s first incarnation was as the fashionable Mayfair Manor apartments.

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