Motel 6

2551 Ashley Phosphate RD

North Charleston, SC 29418

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Phone: (843) 572-6590

City: North Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Motel 6

Located within minutes of the College of Charleston, Trident Hospital, the Coliseum, and downtown Charleston Historic District.

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