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Located steps away from Triangle Town Center, the Courtyard Raleigh North/Triangle Town Center hotel has day rooms right by numerous shopping, dining, and entertainment options. The hotel itself comes with free parking and Wi-Fi for the comfort and convenience of its guests, with an indoor pool and fitness/business centers. The hourly rooms also have various museums and sporting arenas within easy reach as well as the Adventure Landing amusement park.
Eclectic Eateries – Fans of Korean cuisine should try out Seoul Garden, where the menu is filled with traditional stews, noodles, seafood, tofu and BBQ. A wide selection of Italian classics are available at Carrabba’s Italian Grill. Wine and beer accompanies the Thai dishes served up at Lemongrass Thai Restaurant, whilst those who just want made to order burgers can pop into Wayback Burgers.
Magnificent Museums – The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences has exhibits from live animals to fossils, flora and fauna to geology, spiced up with 3D films. Not far away is the North Carolina Museum of History, which covers centuries of the state’s heritage. The Marbles Kids Museum, meanwhile, has interactive displays for children of school age (and toddlers), and is just the ticket to burn off some energy.
Adventure Landing – Adventure Landing is to the south of the hotel and a great place for those traveling with little ones to enjoy some aquatic fun. In addition to the watery attractions there are also land-based activities, including mini-golf, go-karts, and laser tag.
- Sporting Arenas – Westward lies the Carter-Finley Stadium, the renovated home of the NC State Wolfpack football team. Sports fans can enjoy some football there, or NHL action at the adjacent PNC Arena, home ground of the Hurricanes and NC State’s men’s basketball team.
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On-site restaurant and bar.