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    Charleston International Airport: 5500 International Blvd, Charleston, SC 29418

Charleston AirportWelcome to Charleston International Airport. Airport Hotel Guide offers a full range of accommodations and hotel reservation services for over 45 airport hotels near Charleston Airport. Looking for a hotel with free shuttle service? Try the Radisson Charleston Airport, located only 1 mile away. Looking for something a little more upscale? Try the 4 star Crowne Plaza Charleston. Whatever your needs may be, we have you covered. We offer large discounts on Charleston Airport hotels, airport parking / hotel packages, and Charleston area rental cars. With the airport located only 13 miles north of downtown Charleston, there are many hotel options to choose from. Let Airport Hotel Guide help you book the perfect Charleston Airport Hotel.

Where To Stay

      • Holiday Inn Airport
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    • Holiday Inn Airport & Convention CenterThe Holiday Inn Airport & Convention Center can be found 2 miles southeast of Charleston International Airport, and provides a complimentary shuttle for transportation back and forth. Also provided at this hotel is an on-site restaurant and lounge, 3 meeting rooms, an outdoor pool, Wi-Fi in all rooms, a business center, and a fitness center for guest use.
      • Crowne Plaza Charleston
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    • Crowne Plaza Charleston AirportThe Crowne Plaza Charleston Airport Hotel provides guests with great amenities, beginning with a business center, a health and fitness center, Wi-Fi in all rooms, an outdoor pool, 2 on-site restaurants, and 6 meeting rooms. Plus, this hotel is only 2 miles from Charleston International Airport, and a complimentary shuttle service is offered for transportation.

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About Charleston International Airport

Located about 12 miles northwest of downtown Charleston, Charleston International Airport offer nonstop flights to 18 airports and 14 cities in the U.S. Airlines serving the airport include American, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, United and US Airways. CHS is the busiest airport in South Carolina, welcoming about 2.9 million passengers a year. Fun fact: The airport is also home to the Boeing South Carolina facility that manufacturers the company's newest 787 Dreamliner.

Before you explore the historic city, check in to one of the 45 hotels near Charleston International Airport. The Holiday Inn Airport & Convention Center is located only 2 miles southeast of Charleston International Airport and offers a complimentary shuttle for transportation. Guests also enjoy the on-site restaurant for on-the-go convenience while business travelers take advantage of the three meeting room, business center and Wi-Fi in all rooms. Another preferred hotel is Crowne Plaza Charleston Airport, which features an outdoor pool, two on-site restaurants and six meeting rooms. There is also a health and fitness center for guests who want to stay in shape during their travels.

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Welcome to Charleston

As the oldest and second-largest city in South Carolina, Charleston is brimming with antebellum architecture and cobblestone streets waiting to be explored. The Holy City was founded as Charles Towne in honor of King Charles II of England in 1670. This historic place is known for its Southern charm - it was voted one of the "World's Friendliest Cities" by CNN in 2013 and "The Most Polite and Hospitable City in America" by Southern Living magazine in 2012. Roughly 370,000 people call Charleston home, and the weather is almost as warm as the inhabitants. In the winter, temperatures average in the low 50s and during the summer, highs reach the 90s.

Charleston is no doubt a walking town. As such, the city is rather easy to navigate. Pack comfortable shoes and be careful if you choose to wear heels in the cobblestone streets. What's more, Charleston has free shuttle buses that cover three routes and run frequently. You can hop on the King Street/Market Street shuttle to get your bearings in the city. Offering a unique perspective of the city, the water taxi service runs between the aquarium area and Patriot's Point. Visitors who use rental cars might consider checking out the plantations outside the city (organized tours can be arranged too for those without rental vehicles.

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Things to Do in Charleston

A scenic view of a beach in Charleston, SCIn a nutshell, the Charleston must-sees can be broken down into its stunning architecture, historical sites and the Charleston City Market. Stroll along the Battery, a landmark promenade that stretches along the city's southern tip where you'll find antebellum mansions overlooking Charleston Harbor. In the lower peninsula, architecture lovers admire centuries-old buildings such as Rainbow Row and the Nathaniel Russell House, one of the city's most popular house-museums. One of the most recognizable sites is the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, which is the longest cable-stayed bridge in North America.

Step back in time at Fort Sumter, where the Civil War began when Confederate artillery opened fire on this federal fort. Afterward, experience three remarkable vessels and 28 historic aircraft at the Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum. The Middleton Place is America's oldest landscaped gardens, featuring House Museum collection and an inside look at 18th century agriculture and African-American history. If you're visiting with kids, check out the South Carolina Aquarium, which has a new Madagascar Journey exhibit featuring ring-tailed lemurs.

The Charleston City Market is the city's No. 1 most-visited attraction. Shopaholics can search through locally crafted goods, which range from paintings to white grits to sweetgrass baskets.