Sleep Inn - Charleston

1524 Savannah HWY

Charleston, SC 29407

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Phone: (843) 556-6959

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Sleep Inn - Charleston

Sleep Inn of Charleston, South Carolina offers premiere hotel accommodations centrally located in the West Ashley area of Charleston, just 3 miles from the Historic District of Charleston and minutes from plantations, gardens, and beaches. Restaurants within walking distance.

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