Value Place - Charleston Rivers

4835 Rivers AVE

Charleston, SC 29406

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Phone: (843) 529-3055

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Value Place - Charleston Rivers

Value Place is an extended stay hotel that meets every life traveler's need for affordable, clean, secure, temporary lodging with our remarkably low weekly rates.

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