Carolina Inn

The hotel was built in 1924 by UNC alumnus John Sprunt Hill and designed by award-winning architect Arthur C. Nash, who designed a number of other university landmarks. Hill gifted the hotel in 1935 to the university and stipulated that all profits were to be used to support the university’s library.

An integral part of the hotel is the Crossroads Chapel Hill Restaurant, located inside the Inn and offers Sunday brunch, breakfast, lunch and dinner services for the local community and hotel guests. The restaurant is renowned for its gourmet cuisine, contemporary menus and interpretations of classic Southern fare.

Crossroads Chapel Hill Bar is energized and spacious with comfortable seating, large HD flat-screen TVs, exceptional artwork of historic postcards of the Inn and UNC’s Daily Tar Heel cartoons. Offering creative cocktails and libations, local and imported beers, an extensive wine menu, and a menu of light fare, appetizers and desserts.

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