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3233
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The Dunhill Hotel, originally called the Mayfield Manor when it opened in 1929, is a 100-by-30-foot, eleven-story structure in uptown Charlotte that surrounds guests with the amenities of an old-time hotel.
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5192
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The Ballantyne Resort Hotel is Charlotte's entry into the world of gracious living and golfing. Hensley describes the hotel and what it can offer to people who come to golf or to attend a convention.
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27527
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Opened in 1929, The Dunhill Hotel is one of the few historic boutique hotels operating in Charlotte, North Carolina, and is old enough to have a friendly ghost named Dust. The hotel also features paintings by North Carolina artist Philip Moose and displays local art from Sozo Gallery.
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31438
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Five geographic icons of Charlotte’s past are highlighted in this article, the Barringer Hotel, the Ivey’s building, Suttle’s Swim Club, Thompson’s Bootery and Bloomery, and McDonalds Cefeteria.
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