Hilton yesterday announced the addition of DoubleTree by Hilton Raleigh Crabtree Valley to the brand’s portfolio. The 12-story, 176-room hotel - first opened in 1973 - is a valued part of the Crabtree landscape. Situated just off the beltline, the hotel is minutes from all that Raleigh has to offer, including the state’s capital rich with North Carolina history, world-renowned museums, fabulous shopping, trendy dining and a booming corporate metropolis.
The hotel is owned by Carolina Hotel Investors-Crabtree, LLC, and managed by Atma Hotel Group out of Chapel Hill. The modern hotel recently underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation where the guest rooms, meeting space, public areas and on-site restaurant were all completely renovated.
As guests step through the doors, they will be greeted with a signature, warm DoubleTree Cookie welcome. Those simple touches are what make guests feel as though they stepped in to their home away from home, with guaranteed unmatched service from check in to check out.
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At DoubleTree by Hilton Raleigh Crabtree Valley, there are meal options abound – both from the area’s numerous eateries as well as on-site restaurant, Pub 4100. Pub 4100 features favorite comfort foods and Irish-inspired dishes. Try the Irish Chicken Cordon Blue for an Irish twist on an old favorite. In addition to dining, Pub 4100 features a variety of beverage options, including local craft beers.
Guests seeking exercise or relaxation have a variety of options, including a 24-hour fitness center with Precor® equipment and free weights, an outdoor seasonal pool, and the Capitol Area Greenway, which is just steps from the hotel’s front door.
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With 4,100 square feet of meeting space, DoubleTree by Hilton Raleigh Crabtree Valley is an ideal choice for business meetings, social events and other gatherings. The hotel offers full meeting planner packages, as well as in-house catering with custom menu options.
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