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Hotel at a Glance: 3-Star Top-Secret Winston-Salem Hotel
Colleges and cultural attractions are just a short drive from this top-secret hotel. It’s within 4 miles of the Wake Forest University and Salem College campuses and roughly 3 miles from museums and theaters in downtown Winston-Salem.
- Spacious guest rooms are outfitted with mini fridges and free WiFi.
- On the menu: The restaurant’s offerings include breakfast burritos and Starbucks in the morning and burgers and cocktails at night (charges apply).
- Open 24 hours: the gym, and a lobby convenience store with postworkout snacks and drinks
- Eco-friendly features include energy-efficient lightbulbs and a recycling program.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina: History, Culture, and Colleges in the Piedmont Triad
Located in north-central North Carolina, Winston-Salem and the towns of Greensboro and High Point make up the Piedmont Triad. Originally, Winston and Salem were separate entities. Salem was founded first, in 1766, by Moravians who were escaping religious persecution in the present-day Czech Republic. Winston came along nearly a century later, in 1851, and would eventually become a heavy hitter in tobacco and textile manufacturing. In 1913, the two fused into a single city.
Winston-Salem is decidedly a college town. There are six institutions of higher learning nearby, attracting thousands of young people to the area and providing a strong fan base for basketball games involving the Rams of Winston-Salem State University and the Screamin’ Demons of Wake Forest University. The colleges are a big part of the city’s long-standing commitment to education and art. Another pivotal player in that arena is the Reynolda House Museum of American Art, whose collection includes works by Albert Bierstadt, Mary Cassatt, and Frederic Church.