HOME2 SUITES CHARLESTON AIRPORT/CONVENTION CENTER

3401 W MONTAGUE AVE

North Charleston, SC 29418

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Phone: (843) 744-4202

City: North Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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HOME2 SUITES CHARLESTON AIRPORT/CONVENTION CENTER

Welcome to the Home2 Suites by Hilton® Charleston Airport - Convention Center hotel conveniently located minutes from the Charleston International Airport, Boeing, Joint Base Charleston, Tanger Outlet Shopping Center and the Charleston Area Convention Center. As Charleston's newest extended stay hotel, we are designed with the long term traveler in mind. You're free to be you. The Home2 Suites by Hilton Charleston Airport hotel is a home away from home for budget-conscious business and leisure travelers. Our hotel in Charleston features… •Inspired Breakfast. Enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast each day •Business Services. Set up your office with us! We have computers, printers and complimentary wireless printing. •Common Space. Our multi-functional common space, the Oasis, is designed to offer you work and play options outside of your suite. •Fitness Center. Equipped with Precor® Fitness equipment, our workout area contains free weights and a variety of cardio equipment. •Pool. Take a swim in our indoor, saline-based pool, maintained with natural minerals instead of chemicals. •Pet Friendly. Bring your furry friend! We have kennels available and a host of other pet services. Hilton designed each suite at this hotel with maximum flexibility in mind, so you can use the space as you see fit. In addition to your stylish and flexible suite, the following amenities at our airport hotel were designed for your convenience. •42-inch flat screen TV with extendable mount - PLUS Complimentary HBO® •Full Kitchen - Microwave / Convection Oven and Dishwasher •Sitting area with sleeper sofa •Wireless high-speed internet access •Customizable working wall with Ergonomic desk chair •Alarm clock with iPod® port and MP3 jack •Neutrogena® bathroom amenities •Serta Suite Dreams® bed Save money at our Charleston airport hotel and eat in the comfort of your suite using the fully-equipped kitchen. Our hotel also offers a complimentary continental b

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