Isle of Man
Holiday Inn Express CHARLESTON US HWY 17 & I-526
1943 Savannah Highway
Charleston, SC 29407
Nightly Rates (122.33 - 249.00)
Charleston, SC's perfect choice for value and convenience. The Holiday Inn Express Charleston - US Hwy 17 & I-526 is one of Charleston's most conveniently situated hotels. We are located just five miles from Historic Downtown Charleston, and six miles from Charleston International Airport (CHS).For corporate travelers, our modern facilities include a business center with copy, fax and print services. Free high-speed, wireless Internet access makes it easy stay connected. Travelers visiting area companies can rest easy knowing we are located just minutes from Boeing, Charleston Naval Base and the US Department of Agriculture.Guests interested in exploring Historic Charleston can arrange a tour and be picked up at our doorstep. In just minutes, you can take a stroll along the Battery or browse the old City Market in downtown Charleston. Our hotel is also just six miles from several plantations, including Magnolia Plantation & Gardens and Middleton Place Plantation. Families love exploring Charles Towne Landing or visiting the fun-filled Patriot's Point. The Tanger Outlets provide terrific shopping for everyone! After exploring the Charleston area, our hotel's guests can relax in our outdoor pool. Thanks to a well-equipped fitness center, it's easy to get in a workout. Start your day right with the complimentary, hot Express Start breakfast bar offering our signature cinnamon rolls and 100% Arabica bean coffee. We look forward to your visit.
Air conditioning individually controlled in room
Complimentary newspaper in lobby
High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
High speed internet connection
Housekeeping - daily
Late check-out available
Meal included - continental breakfast
Meal included - continental breakfast
Premium movie channels
Safe deposit box
Shops and commercial services
Spare electrical outlet available at desk
Valet same day dry cleaning
Wireless internet connection
Wireless internet connection in public areas
Connecting rooms, Desk with lamp, Sofa bed, Rollaway bed, Two-line phone
Kitchenette, Desk with lamp, Sofa bed, Rollaway bed
American Dollars is the native currency.
Check in time is 3:00 PM
Check out time is 11:00 AM
Time Zone is GMT
Opened in 1995
Menu featuring American food including ribs, burgers, and a full salad bar. Full bar available with televisions to watch the game. Ask about special's.
Great "fallin' off the bones" Carolina BBQ. Eat in or Take out. Thursday through Sunday they do a Southern Buffett.
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Zen Asian Fusion
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Fitness center on-site
Fitness center off-site
Children's program - South Carolina Aquarium. Fun, wonder and education come together in one amazing experience when you visit the South Carolina Aquarium. Visit with Alabaster the Albino Alligator in the Blackwater Swamp Exhibit or tour the Sea Turtle Hospital.
Local Mall within .5 miles from hotel. All major stores available with anchor stores including Sears, Target, JC Penny, Dillards, and Belk. Mall stores include The Gap, Banana Republic, Ann Taylor Loft, NY & Co. and a food court.
Tanger Outlet Mall
Outlet Mall featuring all major retailers at outlet prices. Stores include Gap, Nike, Ann Taylor, Old Navy, Coach, Eddie Bauer, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Talbot's. Loacted approximately 8 miles from hotel.
North Charleston Convention Center
Charleston International Airport
Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport
The Links At Stono Ferry
Set amidst South Carolina Lowcountry breezes from the Intracoastal Waterway and centuries-old live oaks, Stono Ferry is a refuge from society's hustle. Championship Ron Garl design is on the site of a historic Revolutionary War battle.
Patriot's Point Links
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Charleston Historic District
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Historic Charleston City Market
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Charles Towne Landing
Cannons boom. Muskets bark. Interpretive rangers in 17th century dress tend heirloom crops. They re all part of the new Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site. Here a group of English settlers landed in 1670 and established what would become the bi
Magnolia Plantation & Gardens
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Drayton Hall Plantation
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Folly Beach Pier
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South Carolina Aquarium
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N. Charleston Coliseum & Perf. Arts Center
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Charleston Tea Plantation
America's only tea garden. Home of American Classic Tea. Stoll beneath the Grand Oaks and hear and see how tea is made.
Firefly Distillery & Tasting Room
Visit the home of the Original Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka. Charleston's only distillary and located on the ground of the Irvin Vineyards.
Patriot's Point Naval & Maritime Museum
Celebrate the greatest milestones of our nations rich military history. Climb aboard the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier.
Tanger Outlet Mall
Out Mall with stores like Ann Taylor, Coach, Addidas, Gap, Eddie Bauer, Old Navy, The Loft, Tommy Hilfinger, and Nike.
xplore the natural beauty of South Carolina at Cypress Gardens Blackwater Cypress Swamp, butterfly house, and miles of walking trails. Take a guided swamp tour or explore on your own.
Step inside the world's first successful combat submarine.
The Charleston Museum
America's first museum.