AC Raleigh North Hills opens in North Carolina, US

AC Raleigh North Hills opens in North Carolina, US

Concord Hospitality has announced the opening of AC Raleigh North Hills, the first AC Hotels by Marriott property to open its doors in North Carolina. 

Concord and Kane Realty partnered together on the new 135-room hotel, one of 30 AC Hotels opening nationwide in the next 18 months.

AC Hotel Raleigh North Hills features the brand’s signature open-concept spaces outfitted with modern furnishings and décor.

The seven-story hotel includes communal spaces that offer state-of-the-art technology and complimentary Wi-Fi for guests and locals to work, connect, explore and socialise.

The property is within easy walking distance of arts and entertainment, restaurants, shops and galleries in the North Hills area.

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The hotel’s rooftop lounge and terrace, Level7, features panoramic views of the area and serves tapas-inspired small plates, Spanish wines, handcrafted cocktails and local beers.

“While we have developed many hotels during the past 30+ years, it was a special privilege to team with friends and respected colleagues from
Marriott and Kane Realty to bring the AC Hotels vision to life in our own backyard,” said Mark Laport, co-founder, Concord Hospitality.

Concord has partnered with Marriott International on the development of new hotel brands for the last two decades.

Concord Hospitality and Kane Realty have worked together on multiple projects since 2008, including the Renaissance Raleigh and Hyatt House hotels, both located in North Hills.

AC Raleigh North Hills is designed for those creative, well-travelled, entrepreneurial spirits who are constantly on the go and who appreciate the oasis of a well-designed hotel that allows them to welcome moments of tranquillity, be present and connect with others.

Everything at AC Hotels by Marriott is created with intention.

It edits away what is unnecessary in order to provide guests with thoughtfully designed moments of elegance that elevate their stay.