Econo Lodge North Charleston

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

4725 Saul White Boulevard, North Charleston, South Carolina, 29418, United States
Econo Lodge North Charleston
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 30% more than similarly rated 1 star hotels

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  • Families90
  • Couples85
  • Solo83
  • Business71

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Looking for Shakti Unlimited

by ljm686

I purchased several pashmina's from Shakti Unlimited in the Market. I am very pleased and am trying to get in touch them as I would like to buy more. I have lost my receipt and only had this name from my bank statement. Since I live in Florida it's not really possible just to drive there in a few hours. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thank you again, J. May

Re: Looking for Shakti Unlimited

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Shakti Unlimited
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Phone Number: 843-276-9669 843-276-9669
Email: shaktiglobalscarves@gmail.com

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Travel Tips for Charleston

Visitor's Center

by grandmaR

A visitor's center is almost always a good bet to go to first thing when you come to a new place. The Charleston Visitor's Center is no exception. And you may not even need to visit in person. Their website is chock full of deals and packages plus all the upcoming events. Right now, for instance, they have a Home and Museum Package which include two tickets per night stayed to your choice of five museums or museum homes. $169 to $299 Mar 13, 2005 to Jun 11, 2005

There is also parking (sometimes difficult in Charleston) and many tours leave from here, such as Gray Line of Charleston Daily 9:30-4pm every 1/2 hour. "America's premier sightseeing company, offers you quality and dependability with experienced guides relating the complete history of the area and its attractions. Tours depart daily, year-round from the Charleston Visitor Center " Having said that, I have not actually been into the Visitor's Center myself although we parked here to go to the Charleston Museum. That's because we do our Charleston Things-to-Do visits in between visits to our grandchildren. So it's kind of one or two attractions per visit instead of a couple of days of intensive sightseeing.

The Porcher-Simonds House, 29...

by Stevel47

The Porcher-Simonds House, 29 East Battery, was built by Francis J. Porcher in 1856. It was enlarged and remodeled in the early 1890s by John C. Simonds. Simonds remodeled the house in the ltalian Renaissance Revival style popular in the 1890s. He added two front piazzas (one square and one semi-circular) and a semi-oval wing on the south side of the house.

The Open Air Market in Charleston SC

by tpangelinan

This market is the talk of the town, every one know about it even if you just got into town. This is a market that goes for blocks, from Meeting St down to East Bay St., 4 building stretch the whole length and have around 100 merchants selling their goods here. Save a whole day to shop here, you won't regret it. You will find just about any thing here and at a good price, Sweet-grass baskets are the #1 item, wood carvings, jewelry, t-shirt, candy, many souvenirs take to home to family members and much more. These photos will give you an idea of the area. Starting with the Market Hall on Meeting St. which was built in 1841, designed after a Greek Temple. Inside you will find the Daughters of the Confederacy Museum. This land was donated by a local wealthy family in the early 1800's to be used for a market which originally sold food like meat and fresh veggies locally grown. Now it's a free for all!

The Horse and Cart

by OCNJBritt

While it is on the main drag on King Street it may get passed by. This unsuspecting shop serves up food and beverage to the beats of acoustic artists, drum circles, and the avant garde rhythyms of many a local talented College of Charleston student.

Sandlapper Tours

by grandmaR

When we were in Charleston Maritime Center, this boat was docked ahead of us. I didn't take the tour, so I don't know how good they are.

They have History, Nature and Sunset Tours all aboard the Palmetto, a 45ft USCG certified catamaran. Maximum capacity is 49 people. The history tours are of Charleston Harbor I think.

Their website says: " Our nature tours and history tours are proud to have a local naturalist and local historian aboard who will interpret the sites your guests will see. The Palmetto is a versatile catamaran that allows our Captain to venture down salt marsh creeks, land the boat on the beach, and handle the harbor's waters smoothly. Experience Charleston, its harbor, and Lowcountry living like never before."

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 Econo Lodge North Charleston

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Address: 4725 Saul White Boulevard, North Charleston, South Carolina, 29418, United States