Isle of Man
Holiday Inn CHARLESTON HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
425 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29401
Nightly Rates (140.00 - 374.00)
Known for its rich history, well-preserved architecture, a celebrated restaurant community and mannerly people, this coastal destination remains one of the top destination cities in the world. Holiday Inn Charleston Historic Downtown is proud to be a part of Historic Charleston; blending contemporary luxury with traditional southern hospitality. Situated on Meeting and Woolfe Street, we are just one block from the Charleston Visitor's Center, minutes from attractions, boutique shops and restaurants located throughout downtown Charleston. Our location is within close proximity to other Charleston's historic sites, attractions, museums, sport venues, beaches and more, providing easy access to I-26 and US Highway 17. The Meeting Room Restaurant & Tapas Bar offers farm-to-table dining with a twist on tradition. Offering American inspired entrees prepared with local ingredients, it is easy to find something to suit every palette. Unwind in an atmosphere of relaxed elegance that allows friends and family to meet and enjoy great food, signature cocktails, wine and beer. After a long day workout in our Fitness Center, take a dip in our heated outdoor pool or bask in the warm Charleston sun. Stay cool and relax around our outdoor covered patio with overhead fans and living room style seating. Visit our business center and stay connected to electronic devices with free Wi-Fi.
Air conditioning individually controlled in room
Car rental desk
Desk with lamp
Direct dial telephone
Grocery shopping service available
High speed internet connection
Housekeeping - daily
Late check-out available
Premium movie channels
Public area air conditioned
Safe deposit box
Shoe shine stand
Shops and commercial services
Spare electrical outlet available at desk
Transportation services - local area
Turn down service
Valet same day dry cleaning
Wireless internet connection
Wireless internet connection in public areas
Internet access, Rollaway bed
Internet access, Microwave, Cups/glassware, Sofa bed
American Dollars is the native currency.
Check in time is 4:00 PM
Check out time is 11:00 AM
Opened in 2013
Meeting Room Restaurant and Tapas Bar
The Meeting Room Restaurant and Tapas Bar serves breakfast and dinner daily. Enjoy a farm to table dining experience in our restaurant or have it delivered right to your room.
Upscale Seafood Raw Bar
Five Loaves Cafe
A farm to table cafe that serves sanwhiches, soups, and salads
Charleston Beer Works
local sports bar
The Meeting Room Restaurant & Tapas Bar
Take a tapas tour of the Low Country. Executive Chef Caleb Horner offers a twist on tradition with American inspired tapas prepared with local ingredients offering something to suit every palette. Enjoy bold flavors and fresh ingredients that come togethe
The Peninsula Ballroom is our largest room accommodating up to 160 people based on meeting room setup. Filled with natural lighting with blackout shades to darken the room. A great space for any meeting or a variety of social events.
The Cooper Room accommodates up to 80 persons based on your meeting or event requirements. This room has natural lighting and is perfect for small meeting and special events of any kind. Blackout shades available to darken the room for audio visual use.
The Midtown Boardroom offers flexible setup capabilities to meet the needs of small meetings up to 55 attendees. This rooms if filled with natural lighting and the perfect backdrop for any meeting or special event.
The Meeting Room Restuarant
The Meeting Room Restaurant is available for catering lunches up to 72 persons. Enjoy farm-to-table dining with a variety of selections from our catering menus. This room is filled with natural lighting. Setup is restaurant style and not flexible.
Fitness center on-site
Fitness center off-site
Walk to Brand Name Stores and boutiques on King St
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Charleston International Airport
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Just three blocks away!
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