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Known for its rich history, well-preserved architecture, a celebrated restaurant community and mannerly people, this coastal destination remains one of the top destination cities in the world. Holiday Inn Charleston Historic Downtown is one of the newest hotels in Historic Charleston; blending contemporary luxury with traditional southern hospitality. Conveniently situated in the vibrant upper King and Meeting Street neighborhood within the Historic District, directly across from Woolfe Street Playhouse. Enjoy many attractions within a five minute walk including the Charleston Museum, Children's Museum of the Lowcountry, Aiken-Rhett House, Charleston Visitors Center, the Music Farm and numerous restaurants and boutique shops along the popular upper King Street. Or, hop on the Free Trolley that stops at the hotel to take in all the sights and sounds of the District, including the famous City Market or an event at the stunning Gaillard Center. The Meeting Room Restaurant & Tapas Bar offers farm-to-table dining with a twist on tradition. Featuring American inspired entrees prepared with local ingredients, it is easy to find something to suit every palette. After a long day work out in our fitness center, take a dip in our outdoor pool or bask in the warm Charleston sun. Stay cool and relax around our outdoor covered patio with overhead fans and living room style seating. Visit our business center and stay connected with free Wi-Fi.


· ATM/Cash machine - (In Area)
· Accessible facilities
· Air conditioning individually controlled in room
· Bell staff/porter
· Car rental desk - (In Area)
· Cocktail lounge
· Coffee/Tea maker
· Color television
· Computer
· Concierge desk
· Desk with lamp
· Direct dial telephone
· Dry cleaning
· Golf - (In Area)
· Grocery shopping service available - (In Area)
· Hairdryer
· High speed internet connection
· Housekeeping - daily
· Ice machine
· Interior corridors
· Ironing board
· Late check-out available
· Lounges/bars
· Meeting rooms
· Mini-refrigerator
· Non-smoking
· Non-smoking
· On-Site parking
· Outdoor pool
· Parking
· Premium movie channels
· Private bathroom
· Public area air conditioned
· Restaurant
· Room service
· Safe
· Safe deposit box
· Satellite television
· Shoe shine stand - (In Area)
· Shops and commercial services - (In Area)
· Spare electrical outlet available at desk
· Stereo
· Tennis court - (In Area)
· Transportation - (In Area)
· Transportation services - local area
· Turn down service
· Two-line phone
· Valet parking
· Valet same day dry cleaning
· Voice mail
· Wireless internet connection
· Wireless internet connection in public areas

Room Information

Internet access, Rollaway bed
Internet access, Microwave, Cups/glassware, Sofa bed
two queen beds nonsmoking
accessibility meets style tty visual alerts tub
accessibility meets style with roll in shower tty
king bed with private balcony non smoking
king location nonsmoking
king leisure nonsmoking
standard room
accessible room offers tty visual alerts two tr
2 queen beds private patio nonsmoking
two queen beds spacious accessible room with tt
corner one bedroom suite nonsmoking
accessibility meets style in one bedroom corner s

Miscellaneous Information

· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 3:00 PM
· Check out time is 11:00 AM
· Time Zone is GMT
· Opened in 2013
· 120 rooms.
· 3 suites.
· 5 floors.

Restaurant Information

Meeting Room Restaurant and Tapas Bar

Serving breakfast and dinner daily. Enjoy a farm to table dining experience in our restaurant or have it delivered right to your room. Enjoy dinner every night starting at 5pm to 10pm and Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 4pm to 6pm.

The Ordinary

This 1920s bank now houses an upscale seafood restaurant with high ceilings, large windows and a bar.


H M is a burger boutique and pong lounge where creative burgers of delicious consequence demand happy noises and extra napkins

Charleston Beer Works

Welcoming sports bar has a large selection of beers on tap plus several TVs and frequent live music. Nominated Best Sports Bar in 2016 by Charleston City Paper.

39 Rue de Jean

Busy, brick walled bistro serving French classics with a twist and sushi, with a lively bar.

Coast Bar and Grill

Local favorites include the selection of wood grilled fresh fish, Seared Rare Tuna, Fish Tacos and the full raw bar

Halls Chophouse

Sizable cuts of beef and seafood served in elegant environs, also known for its Sunday gospel brunch.

The Meeting Room Restaurant & Tapas Bar

Take a tapas tour of the Low Country. Executive Chef David Brown offers a twist on tradition with American inspired tapas prepared with local ingredients offering something to suit every palette. Enjoy bold flavors and fresh ingredients that come together

Meeting Facility

Peninsula Ballroom

The Peninsula Ballroom is our largest room accommodating up to 160 people based on meeting room setup. Filled with natural lighting with blackout shades to darken the room. A great space for any meeting or a variety of social events.

Cooper Room Ashley Room Cooper Room

The Cooper Room accommodates up to 80 persons based on your meeting or event requirements. This room has natural lighting and is perfect for small meeting and special events of any kind. Blackout shades available to darken the room for audio visual use.

Ashley Room Midtown Boardroom

The Midtown Boardroom offers flexible setup capabilities to meet the needs of small meetings up to 55 attendees. This rooms if filled with natural lighting and the perfect backdrop for any meeting or special event.

The Meeting Room Restuarant

The Meeting Room Restaurant is available for catering lunches up to 72 persons. Enjoy farm-to-table dining with a variety of selections from our catering menus. This room is filled with natural lighting. Setup is restaurant style and not flexible.

Recreation Information

Fitness center on-site

Outdoor pool

Area Attractions

- Walk to Brand Name Stores and boutiques on King St

King Street was named one of the best shopping streets in the country by U.S. News and World Report. While plenty of chains live on King, there is also a solid share of locally owned establishments.

- North Charleston Coliseum Performing Art
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- Amtrak
- Charleston International Airport
- Patriot's Point Links, Mount Pleasant

Situated on the edge of Charleston Harbor and offering spectacular views of the city, Fort Sumter, and ships arriving from all over the world, Patriots Point has been for years a favorite place to play for local Charleston golfers and resort guests.

- Middleton Place Plantation

Middleton Place is a National Historic Landmark and home to America s Oldest Landscaped Gardens. The Garden Club of America has called the 65 acres the most important and most interesting garden in America . Centuries-old camellias bloom in the winter m

- Drayton Hall 1738

Oldest American preserved plantantation.

- USS Yorktown and Patriots Point Naval Musuem

Allow plenty of time to explore Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum, which includes the USS Yorktown and USS Clamagore, the Medal of Honor Museum, Cold War Submarine Memorial and the Vietnam Naval Support Base exhibit, the only one of its kind in the

- The South Carolina Aquarium

The South Carolina Aquarium is located at 100 Aquarium Wharf on the historic Charleston Harbor at the end of Calhoun Street Hours: 9:00 - 5:00 March - August. 9:00 - 4:00 September - February.. This is also the location to catch the Ferry to Fort Sumter

- Historic Charleston Battery - White Point Gardens

The Battery, located at the southern end of the Charleston peninsula where the Ashley River and the Cooper River meet, is a popular Charleston tourist destination. Things to enjoy and explore in the Battery area include some of Charleston's grandest histo

- Waterfront Park Pier and Pineapple Fountain

The Vendue Wharf pier is located in Waterfront Park which stretches over marsh grasses and the Cooper River. A wonderful place to relax, the pier offers great views across the river of the USS Yorktown at Patriot's Point and large shaded swings, tables an

- Horse-Drawn Carriage Tours

A popular way to tour Charleston's historic district is by horse-drawn carriage. Also different type of ride would be a bicycle taxi which you will see all over Meeting and King Street. Just flag one down and enjoy the fresh air. On another note, you m

- St. Philip's Episcopal Church Steeple

Listed as a National Historic Landmark, St. Philip's Episcopal Church was the first Anglican church established south of Virginia and is home to the oldest congregation in South Carolina. Because a light that was placed in the steeple guided ships to the

- Charleston's Rainbow Row

This group of brightly painted restored houses, known as Rainbow Row, features Caribbean influence. The houses are located north of Tradd St. and south of Elliot St. on East Bay Street.

- Charleston Beaches

Charleston, South Carolina is more than just one of the country's most beloved cities, it's home to five beautifully distinct beach towns, each with its own distinctive character, flavor, and magic. Varied in size and vibe, every Charleston beach is an op

- Charleston City Market

The Market is consistently on our Things To Do In Charleston Top 10 Best list! A must see! Dating back to 1841, Market Street features independent merchants selling their wares in an open air setting, including Gullah ladies weaving the ever famous sweet

- SpiritLine Dinner Cruise

Showcasing the beauty of Charleston, S.C. from its fabulous waterways since 1961. Nothing beats a three hour evening cruise on the water! Especially when it comes with a multi-course dinner, live music and exceptional views of the Charleston Harbor! Al

- Charleston Musuem

The Children's Museum is a great place for toddlers and kids of all ages! With eight interactive exhibits, children get hands on experience in the arts and sciences along with exploring creative thinking and problem solving. Open Tuesday through Saturday

- Kings Street Shopping, Dinning and Entertaining

Charleston's famous shopping is located between Broad and Spring Streets. Sprinkled throughout are great bars & restaurants in case you need a little 'sit down' between your sprees! This vibrant area is divided into three known sections: Lower King Street

- Charleston Visitor's Center

Just three blocks away!

- Charleston Parks Explore, Discover and Let Loose!

There's a lot going on at the Charleston parks! - Run-Walk-Bike Trails - Picnic Pavilions - Rock Wall - Water Slides - Dog Parks - Educational Programs - Festivals and Events - Camping And more . . .to many to list. Go to the ExploreCharelston we

- Fort Sumter National Park
- Charleston Music Hall
- Music Farm

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Folly Beach
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Airport - Transportation

Charleston Executive Airport (JZI)
Charleston Afb Intl Airport (CHS)


South Carolina Aquarium

Art Galleries & Dealers

Addison Hatfield Gallery
Audubon Gallery
Elizabeth O'Neill Verner Gallery
Arts of the Ashley
Penn's Art Gallery
Pink House Gallery
Thomas Kinkade Gallery

Convention & Meeting Facilities - Civic Centers

Charleston Convention Center


Downtown Charleston

Historical Places

Heyward-Washington House
Joseph Manigault House
Calhoun Mansion

Hospitals & Medical Care Facilities

Roper Hospital
MUSC Medical Center
US Naval Hospital
Physical Therapy

Mini-Golf - Go-Karts - Arcades - Paintball

Chippers Family Golf Center


Aiken-Rhett House Museum
American Military Museum
Charleston Museum
Confederate Museum
Drayton Hall Museum
Edmondston-Alston House
Gibbes Museum of Art
Karpeles Manuscript Library
Powder Magazine
Shipwrecks and Pirates Museum
Avery Research Center
Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon

Stadiums - Arenas - Athletic Fields

Blackbaud Stadium
Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Ballpark

Theme Parks - Amusement Parks

Splash Zone


Classic Carriage Tours
Civil War Walk
Charleston Walk
General History Tour
Lowcountry Ghost Walk
Special Interest Tour
Plantation Tour

Universities & Colleges

The Citadel
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston Southern University
College of Charleston

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