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Diamond Spotlight: Kimpton Cardinal Hotel

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Housed in the historic R.J. Reynolds building in downtown Winston-Salem, the Kimpton Cardinal Hotel welcomes guests with sophisticated southern charm. Originally constructed in 1929, the property served as the architectural inspiration for New York City’s Empire State Building.

Opened in 2016, the boutique hotel features 210 guest rooms, including 15 lavish suites. Along with the standard amenities, there are plenty of extras, including wine hours, pet-friendly accommodations and a fitness center featuring Peloton® bikes. The Kimpton Cardinal’s most unique space is its Rec Room — a grown-up playground located in the building’s former boiler room. It’s equipped with a bowling alley, a two-story spiral slide and basketball court.


Presidential suite


Enjoy dining at The Katharine, named after the wife of tobacco icon R.J. Reynolds. The menu boasts locally sourced dishes prepared meticulously by Chef Adam Barnett, who brings his unique flair to French cuisine. The intimate setting is ideal for a quiet dinner or after-work cocktails.

With plenty of gathering spaces available for meetings, events and weddings, the Kimpton Cardinal Hotel serves guests with modern-day style and luxury with a nod to the past.

— Tiffany Wright, AAA Public Relations Manager

Click here for reservations at the Kimpton Cardinal Hotel or call Call 800-374-2865 to reserve your stay!

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