Monday, March 7, 2011

Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel-Charm And Sophistication

Charleston is renowned as a walking city. After spending the day passing through the iron gates of its most famous estates you will be looking to cool your heels and just plain chill out for the rest of the day. There is no shortage of hotels and inns to choose from when it comes to accommodations in The Holy City's Historic District. Some are former residences of Charleston's elite of yesteryear and others are renovations of old structures that once graced its cobbled streets, some with not so graceful of a past. Each establishment is ready and willing to pamper your self indulgent side and cater to your most basic traveling needs. The Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel provides the ultimate experience in comfort and hospitality combining traditional southern charm with modern sophistication.

This AAA Four-Diamond award winning hotel was built in 2001 and went through a massive renovation that was completed in 2008. The Renaissance Charleston has marked themselves as the hotel known for "Unlocking the Gates of History." The beautiful iron gates found throughout the city was incorporated into the decor from the carpets to small details found throughout the building. Every room has new furnishings and fully equipped with a new 32-inch, flat screen HD Television, as well as a connectivity panel, allowing users to charge and integrate all their electronic devices.

The lobby area has also been redesigned and furnished to create a central meeting place in the heart of the hotel where you can relax with a drink while making plans or talk over the days activities. The Wentworth Grill serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Lounge at Wentworth Grill offers both local and specialty cocktails with patio seating. The Hotel also has a roof top swimming pool.

It is ideally located right next to the King Street Shopping District. Three blocks away is the Old City Market. South Carolina Aquarium, Charleston City Marina, and Fort Sumter Tours are also nearby. From the Old City Market you can catch a historic carriage ride to get a quick overall exposure to the city and its history, picking out sights to come back to for a more intimate look-see. The hotel staff will be glad to help you with information pertaining to tours and places of special interest. Rates start at $238 per night on, $219 on priceline.-Vacation Rick Travel

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