Elkin Hotel Top in its Class
In a business sector where service is king, there is nothing quite as gratifying as being recognized for delivering a memorably positive guest experience, and the Fairfield Inn and Suites of Elkin has reason to be proud after winning the Bill Marriot Chairman's Annual Award for four consecutive years.
This award is given to the hotel that receives the highest guest satisfaction ratings based on random surveys conducted on over 900 Fairfield Inn and Suites across the globe. The survey is given to one in every three visitors immediately after their visit in order to assess their experience during the stay, and Elkin placed top in 10 of the categories evaluated, ranging from room cleanliness to staff service.
The 84-room, 16-suite, and 40-employee Fairfield location is owned by Riverview Holdings Hotels LLC, and is situated on 628 CC Camp Road. The establishment hosts annual wine tastings, where guests can sample and buy a wide variety of local vineyards wines, as the vineyards explain to the hotel guests and general public attendees the different types of wines.
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Dec. 6, 2019
Woof, Woof — Explore Pet-Friendly Yadkin Valley with Furry Family Members
Visit pet-friendly Surry County in the Yadkin Valley of North Carolina. There are many activities, attractions and accommodations that welcome furry family members, including a pets-only resort hotel & spa!
Aug. 20, 2017
Secluded Urban Mountain Bike Trail Debuts in Elkin
The existing four miles are in old growth forests on cliffs above Elkin Creek, a large stream suitable for kayaking, canoeing and tubing.
May 16, 2017
Sip Your Way Through the Yadkin Valley at Festival on May 20
The Yadkin Valley American Viticultural Area — the first federally recognized wine-growing region in North Carolina — is now home to nearly 40 wineries.
July 24, 2018
Early Mornings & Hard Work Equal Continued Success at NC’s First Organic Vineyard
“When we went to Germany and Italy, we thought we’d learn some neat tricks and find something we could do different, but it turns out they make wine exactly the same way we do,” Pat says, laughing.