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Historic plantation houses, gorgeous beaches, and fantastic seafood combine to make Wilmington one of the best city break destinations in North Carolina. Hotels in Wilmington are perfect for exploring the sultry North Carolina coast and for enjoying the gastronomy, history and culture that make Wilmington unique.

The Cape Fear River flows past Wilmington’s laid back waterside neighbourhood, lined with a heady mix of historic buildings, seafood restaurants, and moss covered oak trees. You can take a tour along the river on a replica paddle wheeler, or stroll along the Riverwalk.

Wilmington has three beaches nearby: Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, and Wrightsville Beach. They’re all within 25 minutes drive of each other, and are popular with Spring Breakers and families alike.You can relax on the sands or indulge in some water-sports. Some beaches are known for their paddle boarding competitions, while others are renowned for excellent surfing.

Downtown Wilmington is full of historic buildings, some of which played important roles in the American Revolution. The Historic District in Wilmington encompasses more than 230 blocks, and is one of the largest national register areas in the USA. It’s hard to escape history in Wilmington. One of the city’s top entertainment complexes, The Cotton Exchange, is set inside old export warehouses.

Wilmington is a lively university town, and as well as a buzzing nightlife and restaurant scene it also hosts a range of annual festivals. There are parties for all tastes, whether you want to relax at the jazz festival or admire the beautiful plants at the Azalea Festival. Food, wine and beer festivals are becoming more popular, with a semi-annual Wine & Beer Walk currently growing in popularity. It’s worth checking out what’s on during your trip dates, to add something unique to your itinerary.

There’s a good range of accommodation in Wilmington, from huge chain hotels by the Cape Fear Riverside to no-frill rooms near the university. The most popular style of accommodation in Wilmington is suite hotels, offering a full kitchen as well as a place to sleep. You can find these hotels throughout the city, from the outskirts to the popular downtown neighbourhood.

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