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Charleston Marriott

170 Lockwood Boulevard · Charleston, South Carolina 29403 USA

  • 1-843-723-3000

Experience Charleston Like a Local!

  • 1-843-723-3000

Experience Charleston like a local! This is your complete guide of our hotel and everything you need to know about what to do, where to go, and what to eat while you are in this beautiful city. Above all, enjoy your time here and thank you for visiting.


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Southern Dining


Known for its favorite southern cuisine such as "Shrimp and Grits," Charleston has endless opportunities for you to eat well and savor the southern flavor. From fresh seafood to some of the most succulent steaks and desserts, we the options are endless when dining in Charleston. Here are some of the top recommendations from guests:

Casual

Fine Dining

Visit Local Plantations

So much history lives in the Charleston area, and one way to step back in time to understand the area’s history is by visiting one of the many plantations in Charleston. Walk in the footsteps of so many who have made sacrifices and shaped the future of our state and nation. Here are a few of the popular locations our guests enjoy.

Explore Top Stops in Charleston

With so much to do and see, we hope you planned for an extra couple days here. If not, we will give you the highlights from what guests share with us are their favorites.

Old City Market - A top stop in Charleston featuring handcrafted southern art, decor and foods. This is always a favorite among the locals and tourists.

USS Yorktown - A battleship restored capturing the history and honor of those who have served our nation.

The Hunley Submarine - Preserved and placed in display to remember those who sacrificed their life during the Civil War.

South Carolina Aquarium - A family favorite that offers guests a tour through the wild and many hands on experiences not like any other in the area.

Fort Sumter - Where the American Civil War began, this iconic island was home and the battleground for locals fighting in the civil war during the 1860s.

King Street Shopping - home to local boutiques and favorite named brand clothing stores, King Street is a great place to experience the history and future of Charleston.

Local Beaches

There are so many things to do in Charleston, but almost everyone enjoys the beaches. Whether you are going out for the day to soak up the sun, rent a kayak and explore, or just enjoy a casual walk along the white sands, the area has several beaches to choose from and many local groups to help you explore. Links to some of the favorites are below.

Beaches:

Folly Beach
Isle of Palms
Sullivans Island
Wadmalaw Island
Kiawah Island