Venue & Accommodations
An icon of southern style located in the heart of the Holy City. Surrounded by some of Charleston’s most historic buildings, The Charleston Place exudes 17th-century majesty. Guests are welcomed by a resplendent bronze fountain and a lobby that enchants its guests with its Georgian open-arm staircase, Italian marble floors and glistening chandelier. From the offset visitors experience a timeless elegance that runs throughout the hotel. (Formerly known as the Belmond Charleston Place)
Special Conference Rates
We have reserved a discounted rate at The Charleston Place as low as $339/night until Feb 13, 2023.
- The room discount has expired but we still have 8 rooms on hold at the discounted rate. Please contact Ginia Portz directly to have one of these rooms put in your name. The regular rate is about $750/night -- so please call/text Ginia at 971-322-5690 and she will be able to hook you up with significant savings.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call (800) 611-5545 and mention Critical Points
- Online hotel reservation or here for more hotel information
Directions and Parking
The Charleston Place is just 13 miles from the Charleston, SC airport. 205 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29401. Charleston's downtown is a very walkable city with lots of point to point options including handsome cabs, carriage rides, and of course the typical cab options. Should you decide to rent a car, valet parking is available on site for $27/day.
Things to do
The number of things to do in Charleston is too numerous to mention. Charleston has 9 of the best beaches in the country and each beach has its own personality. Folly beach for 'Folly" and Sullivan's Island or Kiawah Island for a more serene beach scene. Take boat ride and hop over to some of the private beaches where the shelling is some of the best you will find. Charleston has hundreds of amazing restaurants, 3 of the top 10 in the US are located here -- and some people say that Charleston has 30 of the top 50 in the US. Check out this list from Conde Nast. Historical Tours of plantations and civil war museums will keep you busy for days. And don't forget the water - try your balance with a stand up paddle board or kayak down Shem Creek or over on Kiawah Island. Check out this Trip Advisor City guide. The Belmond Charleston Place has their own guide -- click here to check it out.