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Hilton Garden Inn Charlotte Pineville is just off I-485 and minutes away from downtown Charlotte. Guests availing themselves of the hourly rooms have free Wi-Fi and on-site dining, and beyond the doors there’s an array of shops and restaurants close by. To the north, there’s a large number of museums and other attractions to explore in Charlotte itself.
Diverse Dining – Nothing’s more convenient than on-site breakfast/dinner at the Garden Grille restaurant and bar, but if you’re out and about there are plenty of culinary establishments to explore locally. There’s excellent sushi at the Wasabi Sushi And Veggie Grill, but if you want German fare and a selection of dozens of beers then try the family-run Waldhorn Restaurant. Fine dining with flavors from around the world are on the menu at Global Restaurant, as are numerous cocktails and wines. Tex-Mex treats, plus margaritas, are served at El Veracruz Mexican Restaurant, which also has a weekly salsa night.
Shopping Galore – Retail therapy enthusiasts have plenty to peruse, as there are not only great restaurants but a plethora of shops to browse within walking distance of the day rooms. There’s also an ice rink (Pineville Ice House) where you can burn off some energy, and an escape room if a battle of wits is more your thing.
Amusement Parks – To the north of the hotel is Funtasticks Charlotte, a mostly aquatic theme park that also comes with some land-lubbing rides such as laser tag, go-karts, and mini-golf. Nearby is the Sky Zone Trampoline Park, where you can tire the kids out (or just enjoy some exercise yourself).
Charlotte – Further north is Charlotte, brimming with things to see and do during a day stay. The scientifically inclined can get hands on at Discovery Place Science, whilst gearheads can admire the exhibits at the NASCAR Hall of Fame. You can relax and unwind at the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, or perusing the galleries at the numerous art museums.
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Indoor and outdoor pools.