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Sleep Comfortably in North Charleston Whatever Your Budget

Bob Gillespie Bob Gillespie
Bob is a former sports writer at Columbia’s The State newspaper. He enjoys golf at South Carolina’s 360-plus courses, and after a round, sampling craft beers from the Palmetto State’s breweries.
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Whether you’re staying in North Charleston to visit the city or looking for a wider choice of accommodations for a visit to the greater Charleston area, North Charleston is a great place to start.

With some 8,500 hotel rooms, the city has twice the available accommodations of Charleston—and often at lower prices for a comparable stay in downtown Charleston.

For those who enjoy a modern, full-service hotel, the North Charleston Marriott is a perfect choice. Along with its convenient location and modern design, the Marriott offers cocktails and Southern food in its HC Provisions in-house restaurant.

Looking for superb accommodations as well as plenty of space for meetings? The Hyatt Place and Convention Center North Charleston has modern rooms, plus free breakfast and cocktails at night in the bar.

Conveniently located near the Charleston International Airport is the Crowne Plaza Charleston Airport and Convention Center, with its Sweetgrass Restaurant and Porch, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night drinks.

If you seek a more relaxed environment with all the modern conveniences, consider The Inn at Middleton Place, an upscale address located on the historic Middleton Plantation property. Amenities include spa services, daily breakfast and complimentary admission and tours of Middleton Place Gardens.

Prefer something upscale and different? Southern Sophistication at the Park is a two-bedroom condominium apartment with kitchen, seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a garden, plus free wi-fi and views of a lake. Six miles from North Charleston Coliseum and the Tanger Shopping Outlets, it’s also just five miles from the airport.

Plenty of other properties provide accessibility to North Charleston, from downtown Charleston historic district hotels to motels located near I-26. The choices—of location, amenities and price range—can satisfy every taste and budget.

Bob Gillespie
Bob is a former sports writer at Columbia’s The State newspaper. He enjoys golf at South Carolina’s 360-plus courses, and after a round, sampling craft beers from the Palmetto State’s breweries.