2017 will mark the 10th year the Time Warner Cable Arena will host the men’s and women’s college basketball teams in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA).
Every year the CIAA holds one of the most energetic college basketball tournaments in the country that attracts hundreds of thousands of visitor to Charlotte, NC.
CIAA Weekend is notably one of the top nightlife party weekends of the year and defiantly a weekend not to miss.
Join Darron Wheeler Entertainment & Empire Dynasty Travel as we head to Charlotte, NC to partake in the best the city has to offer, face to face encounters with your favorite celebrities, games, concerts and much more.
Darron Wheeler Ent. & Empire Dynasty Travel have secured accommodations in proximity (less than 5 minutes’ walk from the Time Warner Arena) to the arena & parties as well as created small monthly payments which will sell out quickly.
Booking now is a good way to ensure that you have your room & party event tickets. Darron Wheeler Entertainment & Empire Dynasty Travel offers the best package to the 2017 CIAA Weekend.
“We Treat You Like Royalty”.
Hotel/Party Package: $950pp (based on double occupancy)
Hotel Only Package: $830pp (based on double occupancy)
Single, Triple, & Quad rates available upon request!
- •3-Night stay at Hyatt Place Charlotte Downtown
- • Standard Queen Room w/2 Queen Beds
- • Hot Continental Breakfast
- • Access to 2 parties (1 midday party/1 nighttime party)
- • T-Shirt
Hyatt Place Charlotte Downtown
This stylish high-rise hotel is a 6-minute walk from the Charlotte Convention Center, 0.8 miles from Bank of America Stadium and 7.1 miles from Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
The modern rooms come with free Wi-Fi, separate living/sleeping areas and pull-out sofas. They also include 42-inch flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, and mini refrigerators. The hotel offers free hot breakfast. Additional amenities include a rooftop pool, a sundeck, and a fitness center. There's also a coffee/cocktails bar, a 24/7 market cafe and meeting facilities.
Photo Credit: CIAA