If you’re visiting Mauldin and want to stay within the city limits, you’ve got several excellent choices for accommodations.
For a sumptuous night’s sleep, book a room at the Ryan Nicholas Inn, a 10,000-square-foot Southern mansion set on six wooded acres. Because it’s a popular venue for weddings, rooms at the inn are only available Monday through Wednesday.
With ornate wood and plaster moldings, Brazilian cherry hardwood floors, crystal chandeliers, fluted columns and period furniture, the interior of the inn will make you feel like you’re in the plantation home from "Gone with the Wind." The four luxury rooms are equally decadent with fireplaces, oversized double-headed steam showers, spa tubs and sauna.
For standard hotel accommodations, try the Days Inn by Wyndham. It offers all the amenities you need for a comfortable and affordable stay. The hotel features interior corridors, a fitness room, laundry facilities, a business center and an outdoor pool. Rooms are equipped with flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. You’ll also enjoy a free breakfast every morning.
Conveniently located near the intersection of I-85 and I-385, the two-story hotel is within walking distance to restaurants and shops and a short drive from Greenville’s many attractions.
And there’s more to come. In late 2019, a new 108-room Courtyard by Marriott will open near the intersection of I-385 and Butler Road. The five-story hotel will feature an outdoor pool, a well-equipped fitness center and a bistro serving breakfast in the morning and beer and wine in the evenings.
If in-town accommodations aren’t required, you’ll have plenty of options within an easy 3-4 miles of Mauldin. The selection of hotels includes Red Roof Inn, Staybridge Suites, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Hilton Garden Inn and Homewood Suites by Hilton.