The O.Henry Hotel, like the Roman god Janus, faces both forward and backward.
Don Rives Cloister Garden
O.Henry Hotel Social Lobby
O. Henry was one of the most beloved authors of his time. His portrait hangs in the Social Lobby of the O.Henry Hotel.
The bathroom is divided into a separate bath and dressing room and features a glass-enclosed, Terrazzo shower, extra large soaking tub separate from the shower and a granite vanity with a porcelain sink.
The Porter Suite in the O.Henry Hotel is ideal for entertaining, small meetings and family travel.
The four Magi Suites in the O.Henry Hotel, located on the four corners of the top floor overlooking Greensboro, have two rooms. The living area offers generous seating, a marble surrounded gas coal fireplace, tiled half bath for guests and a dining room table that seats up to six.
The Merchants and Manufacturers Room boasts a vaulted wooden ceiling, handmade floor tiles set between large heart-pine planks, a wall of enclosed wine racks and herringbone masonry walls. It is furnished with a draw-table, high-backed leather chairs, an antique marble-top buffet and tapestries.
Ideal for elegant dining or a boardroom style meeting.
Artist-in-residence, Chip Holton, paints a watercolor in the Cloister Garden.
The English Walled Garden creates a beautiful backdrop for Hawkins Brown.
Green Valley Grill Courtyard
Christmas in the Cloister Garden