A more budget-friendly alternative would be Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott Charleston Airport/Convention Center, which is 3-star accommodation with room rates from 160US$. Best Western Plus Airport Inn & Suites is a good budget hotel with rates starting from 104US$ that is well situated within walking distance of Webster University.
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Luxury and boutique accommodation in North Charleston
Guests wishing to stay in North Charleston district will find a wealth of high-end boutique accommodation including Hilton Garden Inn Charleston Airport and Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Charleston-Ashley Phosphate. Fairfield Inn & Suites Charles offers free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi as well as an unbeatable comfort of a chain hotel.
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If you're looking for a homey place to stay, consider 4910 Lake Palmetto Lane Townhouse Unit #4910 B&B apartment, situated beside General William C. Westmoreland Bridge. The Doubletree By Hilton North Charleston - Convention Center is situated 1.8 miles away from Charleston International Airport. Homewood Suites By Hilton Charleston is a popular resort with a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and racquetball for an unforgettable stay.
City Guide: Discover the best of North Charleston
Charleston wears its award with pride.
The city won the ranking of one of America's five best cities by the Travel + Leisure magazine, but Charlestonians regard their city being beyond comparison due to rich history.
Whether it is true or not, you can make your own decision on your trip to North Charleston. From cheap to luxury hotels in North Charleston, all are available at Booked.net. Check them out with maps, photos and secure forms at our website.
North Charleston’s history has always been turbulent. The city was attacked by pirates, destroyed by hurricanes and devastated by fire and held captive during wartime. Like centuries ago, North Charleston is still anything but calm and instead brims with energy and expression.
As you are in North Charleston, get your shoes ready as you are in a walking city with beautiful sidewalks lined with restaurants, galleries, and shops from small markets to designer boutiques. Apart from shopping, you should explore historical heritage in the city. The Old Town is the best to start from narrow cobbled streets, historic churches and old graveyards.
- North Charleston Coliseum, with 13,295 seats in an architecturally unique building
- Greater Charleston Naval Base, a memorial to the military in North Charleston
- Captain Adam Ridgeway with numerous fishing spots to relax
- Creek Country Club, a golf course in North Charleston with three sets of teeboxes for fun
The history of North Charleston is the story of its business. From the early years North Charleston specialized in agriculture after phosphate fertilizer plants replaced large plantations. In addition, strip mining developed between the Ashley River and Broad Path. Since then, the city has moved towards an industrial hub with the E.P. Burton Lumber Company as the first big business in the area. After that, the world's largest asbestos mills arrived to North Charleston. In 1912 a group of Charleston businessmen invested big money into the city's industrial layout. Today several streets in the city are named after the first pioneers like Durant, Buist, Mixon, Hyde, and O'Hear.
The present North Charleston is about business, manufacturing and transportation. Away from making money, North Charleston is a city of high cultural density with the Warren Lasch Conservation Center preserving the world's first submarine CSS Hunley, which sank from an enemy attack in 1864.
From its culture to business discover it all on your trip to the city with Booked.net.