SHERATON COLUMBIA DOWNTOWN HOTEL

1400 Main ST

Columbia, SC 29201

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Phone: (803) 988-1400

City: Columbia

Region: Midlands

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SHERATON COLUMBIA DOWNTOWN HOTEL

Welcome to the Sheraton Columbia Downtown Hotel. From the moment you enter our brand new lobby you will feel welcomed with a sense of rich history and modern amenities unrivaled by any other Columbia, SC hotel. In creating this unique Sheraton hotel, we’ve taken care to preserve the building’s original hardwood flooring, ornate tile mosaics and woodwork. Step out the doors of our original 1913 Palmetto Building and experience all the charm of historic Downtown Columbia, SC and Main Street’s great shopping, restaurants and nightlife. Our location gives you easy access to the University of South Carolina, South Carolina State Museum, Innovista, Fort Jackson Military Base, Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Gardens, South Carolina State Capitol Building, Williams Brice Stadium, Koger Center of the Performing Arts, Colonial Life Arena and Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. Settle in for a comfortable evening in our 121 cozy guest rooms and 14 stylish suites. After a full day spent with family, friends and colleagues, sleep easy between the crisp sheets and plush duvet of our Sheraton Sweet Sleeper (SM) Bed. In addition, there are plenty of thoughtful touches in each guest room, like ergonomic desk chairs, dual massaging showerheads, and High Speed Internet Access. Plus, our hotel is now 100% smoke-free, so you can breathe easy and delight in everything we have to offer. During your stay, connect with friends and family, at the Link@Sheraton. In 2010, our hotel will be able to offer you a state of the art conference and meeting facility of 8,000 square feet of space for your next wedding, business meeting, or convention. Satisfy your appetite for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a nightcap in our stylish Main Street Restaurant, part of historic underground Columbia, and P.O.S.H., our fine dining restaurant located overlooking Main and Washington Streets. We feature two of the most unique bars in the city of Columbia.

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