Embassy Suites Hotel Columbia-Greystone

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

200 Stoneridge Drive, Columbia, South Carolina, 29210, United States
Embassy Suites Columbia - Greystone
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 72% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Where to stay?

by ZanieOR

I'm planning a trip to Columbia for my son's boot camp graduation from Fort Jackson in April (dates yet to be determined).
There's not much actual information from VTers about lodging here. Does anyone have any suggestions as far a decent place with good transportation to the fort.

Re: Where to stay?

by MandaJ320

i've been to a basic training graduation at Fort Jackson before (for my cousin) a few years back. i'm not sure if there are any hotels that would provide transportation to the fort, but i can tell you that you will be getting off on Strom Thurmond Boulevard/Forest Drive (exit #12 on I-77) to go to the graduation, and there is a hotel right there at that exit, not even a mile away from the fort. it's right behind Wal-Mart.... it's an Extended Stay, but they do nightly rates too. as far as places that offer transportation to the fort, i would go visit this website:


they have information about places to stay and numbers to call to help you. have a good time, and take care!!!

Travel Tips for Columbia

The Confederate Flag

by Stephen-KarenConn

On April 12, 2000, the South Carolina state senate passed a bill to remove the flag of the former Confederate States of America from the top of the statehouse dome by a majority vote of 36 to 7. Placed there in 1962, according to one local news report[3], "the new bill specified that a more traditional version of the battle flag would be flown in front of the Capitol next to a monument honoring fallen Confederate soldiers." The bill passed the SC House, but not without some difficulty. On May 18, 2000, after the bill was modified to ensure that the height of the flag's new pole would be 30 feet, it was passed by a majority of 66 to 43, and Governor Jim Hodges signed the bill into law five days later after it passed the senate. On July 1, the flag was removed from atop South Carolina statehouse and placed on a monument on the front lawn of the capital. Current state law prohibits the flag's removal from the statehouse grounds without additional legislation. Police were placed to guard this flag after several attempts by individuals to remove it. Some regard the flag as easier to see in that location than when it was atop the State House Dome.

Capital City Stadium: My visit

by sambarnett

The stadium holds about 6000 although the Bombers rarely draw anywhere near that. And that's probably a good thing. I rolled in for a July 3rd game and the a special fireworks display coinciding with next day's Fourth of July celebration brought the crowds out. The place was almost full and it was obvious that they weren't used to or even able to handle such crowds. Lines were VERY long everywhere, I didn't even bother with the beer-wristband line (probably best, considering the two plus hour drive I had to my hotel in Charleston). Fortunately, everyone was very friendly and the mood was one of fun. The game was excellent, a low scoring pitchers duel and I had first row seat offering a good view of the action, although the seat behind homeplate and farther back offered better views.

   Weirdest sight: A couple all over each other, nothing unusual with that, but they looked EXACTLY like each other. Yikes!

Riverbanks Zoo

by Tom_Fields

Columbia has a fine zoo, for a city its size. OK, it's not as big and elaborate as some of those reviewed on my other pages. But if you visit the city for a few days, especially with kids, Riverbanks Zoo is a good place to go.

South Carolina's Governor's Mansion

by queensgirl

This place of course is heavy guarded. I was going to go in but changed my mind. It was a little intimidating to me for some reason. I didn't even get any good pictures of the place. I will try again the next time I come back here. I heard there is no admission fee for the guided tour.


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 Embassy Suites Hotel Columbia-Greystone

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Address: 200 Stoneridge Drive, Columbia, South Carolina, 29210, United States