Carolina Beach Hotels

Carolina Beach is just outside greater Wilmington, so hotel guests have convenient access to the area's best festivals, water recreation and dining.

Carolina Beach Hotels

Carolina Beach, NC, US
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100 Charlotte Avenue Carolina Beach, North Carolina 28428
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NEWLY RENOVATED: oceanfront accommodations at North Carolina's only oceanfront Marriott hotel
1200 Culbreth Drive Wilmington, North Carolina 28405
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Start your day right with our hot breakfast and end with a delicious drink from our full bar.
151 Van Campen Boulevard Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
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Centrally located between Downtown Wilmington, Wrightsville Beach and UNCW
229 North 2nd Street Wilmington, North Carolina 28401
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The modern design, upscale amenities, and friendly staff give this hotel a truly unique vibe.
305 Eastwood Rd Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
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Ideally located in the heart of the Wilmington area with easy access to UNCW, beaches, and downtown.
307 Eastwood Road Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
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NEWLY RENOVATED near downtown Wilmington, Wrightsville Beach & UNCW with free hot breakfast & WiFi
1014 Ashes Drive Wilmington, North Carolina 28405
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The new SpringHill Suites Wilmington Mayfaire is a breath of fresh air for your North Carolina visit

Carolina Beach

Located on North Carolina’s Pleasure Island, Carolina Beach has hotels, restaurants and entertainment to please every visitor. The beautiful beaches and small-town atmosphere make for a perfect destination.

Take a boat tour on the Cape Fear River, or go to one of the summertime festivals. There's the Beach Music Festival, Fireworks by the Sea, and the Seafood, Blues and Jazz Festival, for starters. For more fast-paced fun, stop by one of the oceanfront arcades, or the Carolina Beach Amusement Park. Our hotel accommodation is always close by, so don’t worry about getting too tired!

Inland, you can go antique shopping at some of the many shops and boutiques, and when you’re done, be sure to visit the Carolina Beach State Park and look for an indigenous Venus Flytrap, or take a kayak trip up the surrounding rivers. And for dinner, stop in at one of the many locally owned restaurants, such as Havana's for fresh island seafood or Michael’s Seafood Restaurant, where steamed and broiled seafood is the speciality, before heading back to your hotel room.

Carolina Beach is also famous for sport fishing, with constant competitions for serious anglers, and several piers for those who like more casual fishing or who just want to sit back and watch the waves.