Furnished apartments in Winston-Salem
Looking for furnished apartments in Winston-Salem? Kasa offers stylishly-designed and professionally-managed furnished apartments and hotel rooms for however long you'd like to stay.
Kasa's furnished apartments in Winston-Salem
Welcome to your home away from home - whether you're on the road for a quick trip or an extended stay. Our furnished apartments offer modern decor, high-quality finishes, and 24/7 contactless access, plus essential amenities like fast WiFi, kitchens or kitchenettes, plush beds, and a table or desk where you can work. Our locations are allow you to feel like a local while you're in town. You'll be within walking distance or a short drive of great restaurants, shops, bars, corporate HQs, and top things to do.
Kasa Arts District Winston-Salem
- Pets allowed
- Full kitchen
Planning a trip to Winston-Salem? This property lies in the heart of the Arts District & is close to all things downtown, including restaurants, breweries, & shopping.See availability
After booking your furnished apartment in Winston-Salem, here's everything you need to know for your trip.
Winston-Salem is part of North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad, known simply as the Triad, a trio of cities that collectively form a single metro region in the northern part of the state’s center: Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and High Point. Note: the Triad is different from the Triangle, a triplet of cities to the east famed for their educational institutions, including Durham, Raleigh, and Chapel Hill. However, the Triad is no slouch when it comes to education, Winston-Salem in particular. The city is home to six different colleges, including Wake Forest University and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, which has a renowned film program.
Winston-Salem (often shortened to just “Winston” by locals) has two nicknames: the “Camel City,” because of the tobacco economy that long fueled its growth; and the “Twin City” because of its early history as a pair of towns named Winston and Salem that were merged into a single municipality.
In the late 1800s, two events changed the city’s fortunes. First, a railroad stop arrived in the area, and second, residents began to open tobacco factories, processing the harvest of the region’s rich soil. Soon, there were dozens of tobacco factories in Winston-Salem, with the larger factories buying up the smaller ones in the heat of competition. One of the smaller sellers ended up starting a new textiles business that went by the owner’s family name, Hanes.
By the mid-twentieth century, Hanes (then a surging clothing business) and the largest of the area’s tobacco companies, Reynolds, employed more than half of Winston-Salem’s workers. Reynolds made Camel cigarettes, which were nationally popular, and its succes left a major mark on the city’s residential neighborhoods and downtown. Reynolds created a development for workers to live in called Reynoldstown, and the company built the tallest skyscraper south of Baltimore as its headquarters in the city center. Today, the city is a haven for the arts, bustling with exciting restaurants, and a wonderful gateway to nature, and there are great short-term rental options near it all.