Holiday Inn Express Charleston Downtown - Ashley River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Charleston Downtown - Ashley River
Front desk personnel sold us on this hotel with their tips, advice and friendly attitude. The location is great for a quick drive to downtown Charleston, or across the bridge for a 25 minute drive to the Angel Oak Tree. Very clean. Very fair price. Much better than spending at least twice as much downtown. Parking wasn't too bad, although we were visiting on weekdays. Only con is that this hotel is located on the corner of two busy streets, so not ideal if you want to go for a walk/run. Great location for quick access to highways.
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Left Monday morning with Tina Schmid. Took the 8:30 flight. No problem getting on--even got seats together. Brought 3 books with me and didn't even open them b/c Tina and I had so much to talk about. Arrived without a set hotel. Rented a car with Enterprise ($80.00 for the 2 nights). We drove to a few hotels and decided to spend less and stay 10 …
... which I am a member. Like everything here also expensive at near $300 AU for a night in an ordinary room where the basin is in the room cause there isn't room in the bathroom. Sightseeing and pub crawling at present. Southend brewing was the first stop. Very busy so we went to the first floor bar that was a little quieter. Had to ask Declan in a loud voice if we were invisible to get served and the beer ...
... air buildings that at one time held vendors of produce, fish and other food items. It was constructed in 1841 and has been in continuous use since that time.
The buildings had many local vendors who were selling items such as local food and spices, jewelry, candles, clothing, and much more. The most prevalent item being sold was baskets, woven from sweetgrass. They are beautifully crafted and most of the many vendor booths ...
... friendly, dog friendly laid back atmosphere with hundreds of trinkets, signs and knickknacks hanging from almost every square inch of the "diningroom". The diningroom is a plastic enclosed screened in porch built around a kitchen. The girls had fun playing a labyrinth game and searching the Eye Spy list on the back of the menu. Crispy fish tacos, soft fish tacos with lime Crema were the orders placed today along with beer, wine and lemonade. Oh and I must mention the onion rings! ...
... about 2 hours touring the house and the grounds, which would have been even more spectacular in the fall, summer or spring, with the trees full and the flowers blooming. We did notice some jonquils and crocuses in the gardens, which was a nice splash of color to an otherwise dismally gray day.
Mac, borrowing Mark’s old, but still nice, camera, was busy snapping away, taking his time to set up shots and ...