Hotels That Charge Per Week in Charlotte, NC

by Cicely A. Richard
Downtown Charlotte, North Carolina, features towering skyscrapers.

Downtown Charlotte, North Carolina, features towering skyscrapers.

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Charlotte, North Carolina, is a city of contrasts, featuring skyscrapers downtown juxtaposed with oak tree-lined historic neighborhoods with antebellum homes. Amid these neighborhoods, the city has hotels that offer weekly rates and primarily cater to business travelers and people relocating to the city. They offer apartment-like setting with kitchens and living rooms. Guests are within 20 miles of downtown and attractions like the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

MainStay Suites and Value Place

MainStay Suites is eight miles from the Charlotte Convention Center in downtown Charlotte. The convention center consists of more than 90,000 square feet of meeting space and features an over-the-street walkway leading to a ballroom and the NASCAR Hall of Fame. The hotel offers daily, weekly and monthly rates. Each unit has a full-size refrigerator, dishwasher and two-burner stovetop. MainStay Suites provides weekly housekeeping and has a fitness center and outdoor pool. Value Place Charlotte (Gastonia) is two miles from downtown Charlotte. Weekly rates include a fully furnished studio with a full-size refrigerator and a two-burner stovetop. Select units have sofa beds. The property has a 24-hour laundry room and offers weekly housekeeping. Value Place charges for dishes, additional cleanings, coffeemakers, extra linens and Internet access. Guests get to keep the coffeemakers.

Staybridge and Candlewood Suites

Staybridge Suites Charlotte-Arrowood is in south Charlotte in the Arrowhead Business District. The businesses in the Arrowood Business District include Verizon, Frito-Lay and Microsoft. The hotel caters to business travelers, featuring a flexible conference room. It is 20 miles from Charlotte Motor Speedway and seven miles from the Bank of America Stadium, the home of the Carolina Panthers. Suites feature kitchens with stoves, dishwashers, silverware, cooking and dining utensils, and refrigerators with ice makers and toasters. Amenities include a convenience store, an outdoor pool and a basketball court. Candlewood Suites Charlotte-Coliseum is five miles from Charlotte. All units have full kitchens with refrigerators, cooking and dining utensils, stoves and dishwashers. The hotel has an on-site convenience store.

Extended Stay America

Charlotte has three Extended Stay America locations: Tyvola Road, University Place and Pineville. Each offers nightly and weekly rates and have fully equipped kitchens with refrigerators, microwaves, cooking and dining utensils and stoves. Guests can request personalized voicemail in their units. Amenities include hotel shuttle service and laundry facilities. Extended Stay America charges a one-time fee for wireless Internet service. The hotels offer weekly cleaning services, in which housekeepers change linens and towels, clean bathrooms, replace soap and toilet paper and vacuum. There's a fee for additional cleaning or extra towels. The hotel chain accepts one pet per room for a daily fee.

Studio Plus

Studio Plus Deluxe Studios provides two extended stay hotels, Tyvola Road and University Place. The hotels have full kitchens with stovetops, dining and cooking utensils, refrigerators and dishwashers. The Tyvola Road location has a stove and oven combo. Weekly housekeeping is offered, and guests can pay extra for additional cleaning, linens, towels and toiletries. Both locations charge a one-time fee for wireless Internet service. Pet owners may bring one animal per room for a nightly fee. On-site recreation at these Studio Plus locations include a fitness center and swimming pool.

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