Hampton Inn & Suites Columbia SE/Ft. Jackson

201 E Exchange BLVD

Columbia, SC 29209

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Phone: (803) 217-3999

City: Columbia

Region: Midlands

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Hampton Inn & Suites Columbia SE/Ft. Jackson

The Hampton Inn & Suites Columbia SE/Ft. Jackson is the ultimate in modern design & comfort. Whether you stay for work or play; we are the place to stay! Located just minutes from Ft. Jackson, Downtown Columbia, and the SC Fairgrounds.

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