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South Carolina Charleston Place
By John Torsiello | Published  09/14/2005 | South Carolina | Unrated
A Superb Base for a Golfing Getaway


When visiting for Charleston, S.C. for a golf vacation, check out the Charleston Place hotel for first class accommodations.

The hotel, located in the center of downtown and historic Charleston, is considered of the finest places to stay in the U.S. The staff is courteous and attentive, the décor impressive, the food fabulous and the rooms comfortable and well appointed. Charleston Place also has several golf packages that will leave lasting memories of your visit.

The “Sticks and Stogies” package includes two night’s accommodations, three rounds of golf for four at the players’ choice of Kiawah Island’s Ocean Course, the Links at Wild Dunes or the new Arnold Palmer Rivertowne Country Club. Daily continental breakfast for four, four golf hats, a round of cognac while enjoying live jazz at the Mobil Four-Star Charleston Grill, and complimentary cigars and round of drinks at Club Habana (known as the best cigar bar in Charleston) are also included the price.


Charleston Place, owned and operated by Orient-Express Hotels and Trains, features a full-service spa, fitness facilities, rooftop tennis courts, and a swimming pool with retractable ceiling.
The Charleston Grill has been selected as one of the top 50 best hotel restaurants in America, and there are 28 upscale shops located within the two galleries flanking the hotel. All in all, it’s an ideal place to base any golf vacation to The Lowcountry.

Golf package prices vary according to season. Call 843-724-8410.