Four Points by Sheraton Charleston

600 Kanawha Blvd E, Charleston, WV 25301
Four Points by Sheraton Charleston
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Please Help

by lexwash

I need help bad! I'm a Army Recruiter moving to Charleston. We will be in town this week, I'm gonna have to get a motel for a week or so till we find a house. We need to find a cheap motel or hotel, that is cheap cause we are gonna have to stay for a week maybe 2. I would like to know the cheapest motel in town! Or closer enough to drive to South Charleston. It doesnt have to be the nicest place. I'm just trying to avoid paying tons of money! If you locals know of some places please reply soon...

Re: Please Help

by lexwash

No one can help?

Re: Please Help

by Rixie

I don't have any personal knowledge of the area, but I poked around on the Net a bit, and it looks as though there are some cheap motels in the area, including Days Inn, Knights Inn, Motel 6, Super 8, and Budget Host Inn. They might also give you a special rate because you're staying longer.

Try these websites to compare rates:

Travel Tips for Charleston


by davecallahan

There are many places of worship in the Charleston area but if noone tells you where they are you may not find them. So here is a list of some of the churches and worship services in Charleston. (use the phone number to ask when the services are held).

Baha'i Faith.... 166 Sunset Drive.... 304-346-9346
Baptist Church.... 4500 Venable Avenue
Blessed Sacrament Church.... 305 East Street.... 304-744-5523
B'Nai Jacob.... 1599 Virginia Street East.... 304-346-4722
Sacred Heart (Catholic).... 1032 Virginia Street East.... 304-342-8175
Church of Christ.... 5101 Chesterfield Avenue.... 304-925-7435
All Saints Episcopal Church.... 4032 Maccorkle Avenue.... 304-768-6542
Islamic Center.... 1 Valley Road.... 304-744-1031
Kingdom Hall.... 805 Bigley Avenue.... 304-343-1961
Lutheran.... 1423 Lee Street East.... 304-343-1647
Nazarene.... 606 Lakewood Drive.... 304-984-9854
Elk Hills Presbyterian.... 109 Church Road.... 304-346-4013
Seventh-Day Adventist.... 304-746-7779
United Methodist.... 401 Roane Street.... 304-342-6553
Unitarian.... 520 Kanawha Blvd West.... 304-345-5042

Site of Historic Fort Lee

by Stephen-KarenConn

What is today downtown Charleston was originally the site of Fort Lee, a western frontier outpost guarding settlers against the Indians. It was built on the banks of the Kanawha River in 1788, and named for General Lighthorse Harry Lee, one of George Washington's most trusted officers. Later Lee became the governor of Virginia, of which West Virginia was then a part. In this photo you will notice the paved hike/bike trail on two levels, both above and below the levee. My favorite memory on two different trips to Charleston is taking a long walk along this pathway, which stretches for miles beside the beautiful Charleston riverfront.

towns in greater Charleston

by davecallahan

Charleston is an expansive city and incorporates many neighborhoods, communities and towns within its governance.

Presently, all of these towns listed below are part of the greater Charleston area:
Alum Creek....
Coal Fork....
Cross Lanes....
St. Albans....
South Charleston....
Teays Valley

The Governor's Mansion

by mikelisaanna

This large home, officially named "The Executive Mansion", is the official residence of the Governor of the state of West Virginia and his family. The mansion, designed by local architect Walter Martens, overlooks the Kanawha River and is adjacent to the state Capitol Building. It has 30 rooms and was completed in 1925.

Guided tours are available, which take visitors through the public rooms on the ground floor.

Walk along the Kanawha River

by mikelisaanna

We took a walk along the Kanawha River near the capitol building. It was a nice relaxing way to get some exercise while in Charleston. The river in that section of the city is calm, with pleasant views. Howver, we did have some excitement while we were walking, as a paddlewheel riverboat passed us by.


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Address: 600 Kanawha Blvd E, Charleston, WV 25301