Residence Inn Wilmington Landfall

1200 Culbreth Drive, 28405 Wilmington
Dbl. from 298.00EUR incl. VAT and all fees
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Earliest check-in 15:00
Latest check-out 12:00
No breakfast
Wifi not
Parking directly at the hotel
Hotel information

Service & facilities

Hotel facilities

  • Reception (lobby)
  • Elevator
  • Hotel-owned car park
  • Restaurant(s) 1
  • Hotel bar

Room facilities

  • Cable TV
  • TV remote control
  • Radio
  • Desk
  • Voicemail

In-house services

  • Safety deposit boxes at reception
  • Ice machine
  • Air conditioning in public areas
  • Washing machine for guests
  • Express check-out

Style of hotel and ambience

Pets are welcome at the Residence Inn Wilmington Landfall, where you can also benefit from a number of amenities. In the lovingly furnished suites you will feel right at home, and can prepare your own favourite dishes. The hotel also includes a small golf course and tennis court, plus a beautiful pool area.

Hotel data

Hotel built in 1999, Last partial renovation 2017, Number of floors 3, Total number of rooms 90, Number of suites (separate rooms) 90, Earliest check-in 15:00, Latest check-out 12:00, Multilingual staff on hand 24 hours a day, Hotel, Trade fair/conference hotel, Suite hotel

Service times

Earliest check-in:

3:00 PM

Latest check-out:

12:00 PM

Accepted payment methods

  • Diners Club
  • Visa
  • Eurocard/MasterCard
  • American Express
  • Japan Credit Bureau (JCB Intl.)
Location and distance

1200 Culbreth Drive, 28405 Wilmington -

Location of the hotel

This charming suite hotel is located in Landfall Business Park, just a few minutes’ drive from the beautiful white sands of Wrightsville Beach. Architecture and culture aficionados should take a trip to the historic part of Wilmington, which includes the famous Bellamy Mansion among other sights.

Surroundings of the hotel
  • 10.96 km
  • 8.03 km

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