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Simpsonville Accommodations Include Popular National Hotel Brands

Marie McAden Marie McAden
A former staffer with The Miami Herald, Marie moved to SC in 1992. She is passionate about the outdoors, and enjoys exploring the state’s many natural treasures from the Lowcountry to the Upstate.
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Visitors to Simpsonville will find an attractive selection of national brand hotels offering comfortable accommodations at a variety of price points. Or they can opt for something totally different.

Among the lodging options available in town are a couple of tiny homes. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to live in one of these trendy, rolling residences, here’s your chance to experience it on a short-term basis.

Both are one-bedroom, one-bath homes with a small living area, kitchen and bathroom and a queen size bed tucked in a loft. The cozy quarters feature modern furnishings and all the amenities you need for an enjoyable stay, whether you’re in town for a night or an entire week. One is listed on AirBnB, the other on Expedia

If you prefer more traditional lodging, you’ll have your choice of familiar hotel brands, from the no-frills Motel 6 (https://www.motel6.com/en/motels.sc.simpsonville.4266.html) to higher-end Hampton Inn. Located off of I-385, the hotels offer a range of pricing with an option for every budget. Many are pet-friendly.

Hampton InnFairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, Comfort Suites, Holiday Inn Express, Days Inn by Wyndham and Quality Inn all feature a pool, fitness center and free hot breakfast.

For those looking for an extended stay hotel, there’s WoodSpring Suites. It features three suite styles, all with in-room kitchens. 

Marie McAden
A former staffer with The Miami Herald, Marie moved to SC in 1992. She is passionate about the outdoors, and enjoys exploring the state’s many natural treasures from the Lowcountry to the Upstate.