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College of Charleston Hotel & Travel Guide
Learn more about the people, places and events which have influenced this area at College of Charleston, one of the leading historic attractions.
You will find it in Charleston, a buzzing city which offers travelers a wide range of worthwhile sights.
You'll have no problems locating some accommodation in which to kick back and relax after an exciting day. There are about 31 candidates within a short stroll of College of Charleston. So much to choose from can complicate a decision. We'd recommend first checking out the rooms at the Wentworth Mansion, The Restoration and French Quarter Inn.
At the Days Inn Historic District, which is just 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) away, you can enjoy a relaxed night's sleep, safe in the knowledge that you've grabbed the most affordable deal in town.
Make your friends green-eyed by spending a night or two at one of the upmarket hotels that are nearby. You can look into getting a room at the Planters Inn or the HarbourView Inn, located only 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) and 0.8 miles (1.3 kilometers) away, respectively.
Breathe in the smell of freshly ground coffee beans or try a snack at Starbucks. It's a short stroll from College of Charleston. Perhaps you're still hungry? Chick-fil-A is also close-at-hand and offers visitors a more substantial dining experience. Of course, there's no better way to end a long day of traveling than with a refreshing drink. Upper Deck Tavern, also a short walk away, is the place to go.
Other Things to Do Near College of CharlestonYou've come a long way, so we imagine College of Charleston isn't going to be your only stop. Once you've taken it in, investigate what else the area has to offer:
- Go and admire the impressive artworks that await at Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.
- Get a feel for the true heart of this area, and introduce yourself to the friendly locals at Marion Square.
- Perhaps not the most popular or well-known museum, John Rivers Communication Museum could still be worth a visit if you have a thirst for knowledge.
- Gain knowledge of the complex natural world at Mace Brown Museum of Natural History.
- Expand your cultural experiences by seeing Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul. Even though you might have to make prior reservations to see the inside, it can also be admired from afar.