Holiday Inn Charleston – Mt. Pleasant
Boundless Attractions near Charleston-Mt. Pleasant
Holiday Inn Charleston-Mt. Pleasant is the go-to hotel near lots of things to do in Mt. Pleasant and surrounding areas. Experience historic Charleston without having to pay high rates for historic Charleston accommodations. Mt. Pleasant is a destination in itself, and Patriots Point, area beaches, Isle of Palms and waterfront dining are minutes from our front doors. We are also close to a number of area businesses and corporate attractions. Choose us whether you are heading out of Charleston port on a cruise, attending a picturesque wedding or visiting Charleston on business.
The Ravenel Bridge spans the Cooper River, and links the towns of Charleston and Mt. Pleasant. As the oldest city in the state of South Carolina, Charleston is filled with a rich history and a number of landmarks to visit while here. Spend a few days in the beautiful town, and you'll agree with Condé Nast Traveler's list that Charleston is the #1 city to visit in the United States. From family fun destinations to historic sites and a wealth of tasty dining, here you will find a little something for everyone.
4300 Ashley River Road
Charleston, SC 29414
Middleton Place contains gardens, a house museum and plantation stable yards for visitors to explore. This National Historic Landmark is considered America's oldest landscaped gardens. The house, built in 1755, was the birthplace of one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. It has remained under the same family ownership for the entirety of its existence.
Isle of Palms
Isle of Palms, SC 29541
Isle of Palms is a beach park featuring a number of activities for families and vacationers. A picnic area with grills, sand volleyball courts, a boardwalk, children's play area, retail area and umbrella rentals make this East Coast spot a fun destination.
40 Patriots Point Road
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Patriots Point, home to the USS Yorktown, is a naval & maritime museum open daily. There is overnight camping available aboard the historic naval vessel. Meals, entertainment and guided tours are also featured at the museum.
Historic Downtown Charleston
Charleston was a city to have a few important firsts in our nation's history. Here, the first golf course was established in 1786 (The South Carolina Golf Club), the first major American victory during the Revolutionary War was here and here the first shot of the Civil War was fired. Downtown Charleston is filled with fine dining, excellent shopping and a host of landmarks and museums that draw in many visitors each year.
Experience Mt. PleasantAlthough for a number of years, Charleston was the major reason leisure vacationers would stay with us, Mt. Pleasant is growing into a focal destination in its own right. As a major suburb of Charleston, we are no longer an afterthought for tourists. The eight-lane highway known as the Ravenel Bridge has connected the two cities together, making transportation between the two simple and scenic. Take advantage of some of these great attractions in Mt. Pleasant:
Corporate Destinations in the Mt. Pleasant/Charleston AreaCharleston and Mt. Pleasant are not only well known for being leisure destinations, but a number of guests flow through to visit the numerous corporations of the area. In addition to the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), area colleges and universities include the College of Charleston, Charleston School of Law, Charleston Southern University, the Art Institute of Charleston and the Citadel. Other corporate destinations include:
To experience all that Charleston and Mt. Pleasant have to offer, stay with us at Holiday Inn Mt. Pleasant.