Tides Hotel on Folly Beach

1 Center Street

Folly Beach, SC 29439

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Phone: (843) 588-6464

City: Folly Beach

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Tides Hotel on Folly Beach

Only nine miles from historic, downtown Charleston, our newly renovated hotel sits on the region’s most beautiful beach and offers all the amenities and Southern hospitality you desire. As Charleston only full-service oceanfront hotel, Tides features 132 oceanfront guest rooms with restaurant, BLU. Perched at the “Edge of America” directly on Folly Beach, Blu combines spectacular views with a menu dominated by sustainable seafood, regional flavors, and local ingredients. The Tides Hotel features over 4000 square feet of meeting space, much of it oceanfront offering flexible alternatives for business and social events. Amenities include heated pool, complimentary Wi-Fi, mini-fridges and hairdryers. Bicycle and Jet Ski rentals also available. Folly Beach offers some of the East Coast's best surfing too. Fishing, boating, and kayak expeditions available as well as nature and history tours. At the Tides you're within walking distance to shopping and nightlife!

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