Charleston Marriott

Address: 170 Lockwood Blvd, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29403-5123, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Westside area of Charleston, is near Charleston Ghost & Dungeon Tour, Thriller Charleston High Speed Boat Tour, Morris Island Lighthouse, and Karpeles Manuscript Library.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Breakfast Available
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Free parking

          General

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          Services

          • Shuttle bus service
          • Multilingual staff
          • Room service
          • Business Services
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Charleston Marriott

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Charleston

          Happy St. Patrick's Day!

          A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 17, 2015

          1 comment, 3 photos

          ... second time she has voiced her yearning for Che! She said she did not want Che to be in heaven with Quincy and Jasper, she wanted him down here to play with her. God Bless Ruby and Che!

          We are learning that Edisto, besides all that an oceanfront brings, has another asset. Their history is documented back to 1570 when a Spanish Missionary arrived to convert the Edisto Indians. In 1683 the Indians sold to the English, moved off the island ...

          Dancing all the way to Charleston

          A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Nov 05, 2014

          44 photos

          Day 1

          Today we ended up starting much earlier than expected as Ted was feeling sick most of the night from something he ate (after yesterday, it's way too hard to pinpoint what). Rather than lie there and try and get back to sleep, we decided to go to the airport and try to catch the early 6am flight instead. There was no problem for the hotel to call a taxi so it made more sense.

          Upon arrival at Louis Armstrong, there was a queue already for the ...

          North Carolina - Georgia - South Carolina

          A travel blog entry by daviderinb on Jul 31, 2013

          2 comments, 18 photos

          ... over the day paddocks so the cows can cool off while chewing their cuds.The heat means our NZ type rye grasses cannot survive, in spite of plenty of water, so Bermuda Grass is the preferred variety, with the better strains being "sprigged" into existing pastures of largely poor type Bermuda and Crab Grass. This works reasonably well, but demands good management to sustain the good type.

          We found the cows in reasonable condition, the grass supply good, ...

          Sun (at last), plantations and old syle colonial

          A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Nov 03, 2012

          10 photos

          ... the flight from Washington to Charleston the next morning was good, so we even had a couple lof hours to go to the Lincoln Memorial and the various War Memorials before returning the car and getting our heads down for an early start next morning at Ronald Reagain airport - though we spent some time watching the news coverage and were as shocked as anyone at the damage. Of course the start was earlier than necessary in the morning because the flight was delayed, ...

          Another Washington!

          A travel blog entry by pjf000 on Apr 14, 2012

          28 photos

          ... It is here on the outskirts that we visit an old cotton plantation known as Callaway Plantation. It is a 56 acre historic restoration project that offers a glimpse into the by-gone era of the agricultural South when working plantations speckled the land. The Plantation humbly began in 1785 built by Job Callaway and grew to a 3,000 acre working plantation with a brick mansion by the late ...