Raleigh Bottle Show
Hotel & Restaurant Guide

Show Date: Saturday April 27, 2002 9:00am-3:00pm

For a free Raleigh visitor info packet, contact the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau at (800) 849-8499 or visit them online at www.raleighcvb.org

Hotel Info

The closest hotel is the Ramada Inn on Blue Ridge Rd, which is 0.2 miles from the show location. We’ve reserved a block of 30 rooms that will be held till April 5th - just tell them you are with the “Bottle Show”. All other hotels listed are in the Crabtree Valley Mall area, which is 3 miles away at the intersection of I-440 Beltline and Glenwood Ave. Rates quoted were based on single occupancy for Friday night April 27 and are, "like the man says", subject to change.

Hotel Phone Location Rate
Best Western (919) 782-8650 6619 Glenwood Ave 68
Days Inn (919) 781-7904 6329 Glenwood Ave 52
Econo Lodge (919) 782-3201 5110 Holly Ridge Dr 45
Embassy Suites (919) 881-0000 4700 Creedmoor Rd 130
Hampton Inn (919) 782-1112 6209 Glenwood Ave 69
Holiday Inn (919) 782-8600 4100 Glenwood Ave 100
Homestead Village (919) 510-8551 4810 Bluestone Dr 59
La Quinta (919) 785-0071 2211 Summit Park Ln 89
Motel 6 (919) 782-7071 3921 Arrow Dr 42
Raleigh Marriott (919) 781-7000 4500 Marriott Dr 89
Ramada Inn (919) 832-4100 11520 Blue Ridge Rd by Fairgrounds
Tell them you are with the “Bottle Show
69
Ramada Inn (919) 782-7525 3920 Arrow Drive 78

RV/trailer parking and hook-ups are available for $15 on the NC State Fairgrounds. Contact the Fairgrounds Security Office at (919) 733-2145 for details. The Security office is located by Gate 11 and manned 24 hours.

Restaurant Info

During the show, food and drinks will be available right in the show building. The fairgrounds has a restaurant (Graham Building) and many concession areas (be sure to try the booth that sales roasted corn - a NC treat). Heading towards downtown Raleigh along Hillsborough Rd will take you to many restaurants like Burger King, Arby's, and Kentucky Fried Chicken. The strip along Glenwood Ave from Duraleigh to I-440 Beltline is minutes away and has numerous places like O’Brian’s Ribs, Darryl’s, Golden Corral, Fat Daddy’s, Boston Market, Chili’s, Lone Star, Ragazzi’s, etc. Crabtree Valley Mall has a large food court plus several nicer restaurants like Kanki and P.K. Chang's. Olde Raleigh Shopping Center (corner Duraleigh and Edwards Mill) is only 1 mile from the fairgrounds and has a grocery store (Harris Teeter) and several nice restaurants like K&S Cafeteria, China Star, Starbucks, Schlotzsky’s Deli, and Char Grill. Or experience the most famous restaurant in the area - Angus Barn - but be sure to have a reservation, nice attire, and deep pockets.

For further info, contact Show Chairman Reggie Lynch, (919) 789-4545, PO Box 13736, Durham, NC 27709, Email: raleigh@antiquebottles.com, Web: www.antiquebottles.com/raleigh/


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