White Oak Amphitheatre has always been popular with local music lovers and event goers. And this fame has led to many guests to come in from nearby cities and states. If you’d like to join the fun then let our partners help. They’ll book the best rooms at the top hotels in the area so you can relax before the show. The hotels below are some of our favorites.

Recommended Hotels

  • Grandover Resort & Spa, a Wyndham Grand Hotel
  • Holiday Inn Greensboro Coliseum, an IHG Hotel
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Greensboro/Coliseum Area
  • Sheraton Greensboro at Four Seasons
  • Red Roof Inn Greensboro Coliseum
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Greensboro
  • Drury Inn & Suites Greensboro
  • Wingate by Wyndham Greensboro Coliseum

And if you’re making a vacation out of your visit, then you’ll want to know what’s to see in town. Here are some of our favorites that you might want to see. Get lost in Greensboro, NC, and spend a day (or two, or three) appreciating all the town has to offer. Greensboro is a city of over 277,000 people, and there’s quite literally something for everyone. From 5 star restaurants, to local dives and watering holes, your craving is sure to be satisfied. Don’t be surprised, however, if your favorite part of Greensboro becomes the friendly faces all around you.

Popular Attractions In Greensboro:

Greensboro Arboretum: 17 acres of flora, featuring a dozen permanent botanical collections and a display garden with bridges, benches, a fountain, and much more.

Bicentennial Garden: Developed in 1976, the garden contains 1.25 miles of paved trails, complete with outdoor sculptures and a pavilion.

Bog Garden: Over a mile of trails winding through a thriving wetland eco-system of plants and wildlife.

Wet ‘n Wild Emerald Pointe: The largest water park in the Carolinas, it includes 36 rides and boasts the nation’s tallest water slide.

Four Seasons Town Center: A three story mall located in southwest Greensboro off of I-40.

Friendly Center: An open air shopping center located off of Friendly Avenue.

When you’re ready to retire, Greensboro is rife with hotels, B&Bs, and campgrounds, such as Hagan Stone Park, a 409 acre site of wildlife refuge and family campground. It has several lakes, camp shelters, charcoal grills, and playgrounds.

If you are traveling without children and are up for something unique, check out the lavish Biltmore Hotel. Pets are allowed, breakfast is organic, and hair products are eco-friendly.