Ramada Charleston

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

7401 Northwoods Blvd, I-26 Exit 209, Charleston, South Carolina, 29406, United States
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94%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
65%
141
Very Good
21%
47
Average
6%
14
Poor
3%
8
Terrible
1%
3

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Rated 20% higher but also costs 74% more than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families95
  • Couples82
  • Solo75
  • Business83

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CHARLESTON IN NOVEMBER?

by JRECON69

Planning a trip to Charleston in November 27-30 for a 40th annivesary,and am torn between two hotels. The vendue inn or The french quarter inn? Any suggestions or personal experiences would be helpful.Also hows the weather in november down there? thanx in advance for the input

Re: CHARLESTON IN NOVEMBER?

by grandmaR

I have no opinion on the hotels as I have not stayed anywhere in downtown Charleston. The weather will probably be cold. It may be shirtsleeve weather during the day, but you will need a coat at night as it does sometimes go down below freezing. Average high 67 deg F, average low 47 deg F. It is one of the driest months with only 2.5 inches of rain

Re: CHARLESTON IN NOVEMBER?

by karenkolbin

I would definitely recommend before you book a hotel you look at the King George IV on George Street. you can easily find their website simply by tying that into Google. This is a beautiful historic Inn located right in the heart of the city with free parking..you definitely want to be sure there is plenty of free parking while there because it's a real expense to park otherwise.
My husband and I just stayed at the King George and the owner is delightful. He leaves plenty of snacks and access to the kitchen where you can make coffee or tea anytime you want. Little porches and sitting areas are on every floor, we stayed in the suite on second floor but bedrooms are so large one will do. I know you'd love it. He makes great breakfasts southern style. You can walk anywhere, ride the water taxi or catch the horse and carriage. Make sure you tell him Karen Kolbinsky from NC recommended them.

Travel Tips for Charleston

Cruise ships

by Dabs

I was a little surprised to see one of the gigantor cruise ships docked in Charleston but amazingly it didn't seem to affect Charleston with the exception of the City Market which is within walking distance of the docks. When we asked our walking tour guide, he said the cruises that dock just for the day don't really have much of an effect on the local economy, they all go back to the ship for lunch, they take the organized bus tours and do a little shopping at the City Market. That's a real shame as there are gems to eat at like Jestine's and sights that you wouldn't see on a canned bus tour.

Take the city in. The...

by Easty

Take the city in. The architecture of Charleston is unmatched. I took a house tour of one of the old mansions. It was very interesting because you got a good feeling what 19th century Southern life is like. Here is a picture of a mansion that I passed while I was there. The marketplace in the center of Charleston is a must visit. The market area consists of vendors. I got some good buys there. It also has many local items. There are many restaurants that surround the market area. I stopped at one of the restaurants, the name escapes me. I had the best She-Crab soup ever. The seafood, especially the shrimp, was very fresh. Also, the beginning of May is quite pleasant. There was no crowds and more importantly no humidity.

Sweet-grass Basket-Weaving

by tpangelinan

Now we heard about the sweet-grass baskets that were made here, but until you feel the quality and see them make by the poeple that create them we didn't under stand why they cost so much. These sweet-grass baskets are all hand made a take some time to create, they say this trade has been past down for gereration since times of slavery and that the craft itself originated in West African slaves. These baskets are incredible, you can feel the quality and know that they will last for generations in your family.

Longitude Lane

by mpeagler

Check out the little alley way / walking path in the down town between East Bay and Church Street. Just after Tradd Street. It is a cool little walkway! Very Romantic you will fill like you slipped into another time and place.

Old Charleston Lighthouse

by MandaJ320

Morris Island washed away long ago, but the lighthouse still remains. You can drive to the end of Folly Island, and walk out to the end of the beach to see the lighthouse sitting in the water. It is an amazing sight!

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 Ramada Charleston

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Address: 7401 Northwoods Blvd, I-26 Exit 209, Charleston, South Carolina, 29406, United States