Hotels in Outer Banks, United States of America
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- Avon Fishing Pier
- Nags Head Fishing Pier
- Oregon Inlet Fishing Center
- Jennette's Pier
- Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
- Wright Brothers National Memorial
- Currituck Beach Lighthouse
- Currituck Beach
- Bodie Island Lighthouse
- Aycock Brown Welcome Center
- Currituck Outer Banks Visitor's Center
- Nags Head Woods Preserve
- Ocracoke Island Visitor Center
- Corolla Raceway
- Kinnakeet Clay Works
- North Carolina Aquarium at Roanoke Island
- Fort Raleigh National Historic Site
- Outer Banks Watersports
- Jockey's Ridge State Park
Best hotels in Outer Banks
Many places are like no other, but we think that very few are quite as uniquely beautiful as this picturesque location. Come for the seafood, and stay for the incredible views of the beaches here at Outer Banks. There is so much to do in Outer Banks, and there is no better way to book your stay than with Hotels.com, the experts in travel. Check out the wide selection of comfortable and classy accommodations available at the touch of a button on our website. These lodgings are chosen by Hotels.com to suit any budget or travel style, and it won’t be long before you’ve found your ideal selection. Take the first step towards your perfect Outer Banks hotel experience, and book with Hotels.com, using our quick and convenient booking process. And when you book with Hotels.com, you can be sure that you’re making the right decision. Every hotel comes with information, photos, and reviews from satisfied customers, so you will know what you’re getting long before you arrive.
What's Outer Banks like?
Outer Banks is a wonderful and unusual place that everyone simply must visit. It is a 200-mile string of narrow islands off the coast of North Carolina, and an incredible destination for holidaymakers of any age. If it’s action you’re after, you’ll find it here. And if it’s beachfront relaxation, that’s here too! At the Wright Brothers National Memorial, you can “fly” in a bronze replica of the famous Wright Brothers plane, or take an aeroplane tour and see the Outer Banks coastline from the sky. Visit Cape Hatteras, the tallest lighthouse in America, and then go for some food that you’re sure to enjoy. With over 100 locally owned restaurants, it is seafood that rules the roost here, and each dish is more delicious than the last. When you’re booking your Outer Banks hotel with Hotels.com, why not find one near Jenette’s Pier, where you can catch your own fish in the Billfish capital of the world.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Outer Banks
The locals in Outer Banks are known as “bankers”, and they are friendly bunch, to say the least. Every season has its own charm and beauty in Outer Banks, with the summer being the busiest, as well as the hottest time to visit. If you come during this season be ready for heat, hustle, and bustle. Because of this, the locals often tout autumn as being the finest time to visit. It is a little quieter, the weather is still very mild, the fishing is perfect, and wind-surfers and kite-flyers will find the breezes simply ideal. As this is a serious seafood destination, you can help to support the local industry by patronizing one over 100 locally owned restaurants, as well as using other locally owned businesses, many near Outer Banks hotels. Booking with Hotels.com gives you the confidence that no matter what time of year you visit, you will enjoy an unforgettable holiday in Outer Banks.