The Charleston Place

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205 Meeting Street Charleston, SC 29401-3130


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Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (garden)
  • View (urban)
  • Voicemail box


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service
  • Space (outdoor)
  • Space (private)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi


  • Dance floor
  • Loading dock
  • Portable walls
  • Staging area

Getting Here

The Charleston Place is located 12 miles from Charleston International Airport.


  • Paid parking
  • Valet parking

Distance from airport

  • 12.5 mi. from venue

The Charleston Place Meeting Space

Total meeting space57,112 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms40
Largest room14,432 sq. ft.
Second largest room10,824 sq. ft.
Space (Private)40,000 sq. ft.
Space (Outdoor)Available

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms434
Tax rate14%

Local Attractions

USS Yorktown

5 mi. away
The history of Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum began in the summer of 1975 when the legendary aircraft carrier USS Yorktown appeared on the horizon of Charleston Harbor. A few months later, the USS Yorktown was dedicated as the first ship of the Naval & Maritime Museum on the 200th birthday of the United States Navy. Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum was officially opened to the public on January 3, 1976. Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum would become one of the largest museums of its kind in the world with the addition of other Historic Landmarks like the destroyer USS Laffey, known as “The Ship That Would Not Die," the Balao class submarine Clamagore, a replica Vietnam Support Base and the Congressional Medal of Honor Muesum.
40 Patriots Point Rd
Mt. Pleasant, SC, US 29464

Middleton Place

Historical landmark
14 mi. away
Middleton Place is a National Historic Landmark and a carefully preserved 18th-century plantation that has survived revolution, Civil War, and earthquake. It was the home of four important generations of Middletons, beginning with Henry Middleton, President of the First Continental Congress; Arthur, a signer of the Declaration of Independence; Henry, Governor of South Carolina and an American Minister to Russia; and Williams, a signer of the Ordinance of Secession. Visitors are invited to tour the Gardens, the House Museum, and the Plantation stable yards.
4300 Ashley River Road
Charleston, SC, US 29414

River Towne Country Club

10 mi. away
A beautiful coastal Carolina country club, located in Mount Pleasant on Wando River and surrounded by miles of marsh views, RiverTowne Country Club features the best of Arnold Palmer’s signature designs and lowcountry hospitality. Recently the host of an LPGA Tour event, this semi-private golf club offers both a top resort golf experience and traditional memberships.
1700 RiverTowne Country Club Drive
Mt. Pleasant, SC, US 29466

The Schooner Pride

8 blocks away
Take in the Holy City the way it was meant to be seen, from the peaceful waters of Charleston Harbor, as we mingle with dolphins, pelicans and gulls on our two-hour sailing tours. As we lift our sails, the cool breeze will whisk you away to a time care forgot. Relax and sip wine or another cool beverage as we sail from the Aquarium Wharf and continue sailing past the historic Battery, towards Ft. Johnston and Ft. Sumter, where the first shots of the Civil War were fired in 1861.
360 Concord Street
Charleston, SC, US 29401

Gibbes Museum of Art

1 block away
Established as the Carolina Art Association in 1858, the Gibbes Museum of Art opened its doors to the public in 1905. Located in Charleston's historic district, the Gibbes houses a premier collection of over 10,000 works of fine art, principally American works with a Charleston or Southern connection. The benefactor, James Shoolbred Gibbes, donated $100,000 to the Carolina Arts Association upon his death in 1899 for the "erection of a suitable building for the exhibitions of paintings". Not receiving the money until 1903, the Association hired Frank P. Milburn to design the gallery. His design included a Tiffany-style dome, Doric columns and pediment capped windows and doors.
135 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC, US 29401

Raindow Row

Historical landmark
10 blocks away
In 1931 Dorothy Legge purchased 99 and 101 East Bay, beginning the renovation of the area between Tradd and Elliot Streets. Originally these mid-1700 homes had been the center of commerce; merchants had stores on the first floor and lived on the floors above. Neglect over time left these valuable buildings in a state of disrepair. The purchase and restoration by Mrs. Legge inspired others, and today this beautiful array of homes is known as "Rainbow Row".
99 thru 101 East Bay
Charleston, SC, US 29401

Charleston Farmers Market

4 blocks away
The Charleston Farmers Market operates every Saturday morning starting in April through December in the beautiful Marion Square, between King and Meeting Streets at the edge of Calhoun Street. The park at Marion Square has long been the center of festive activities, and is the perfect tranquil setting for the Farmers Market. Nestled beneath beautiful trees with plenty of room for families to gather and children to play and offers an abundance of the freshest local produce, plants, herbs and cut flowers. Or enjoy a delicious breakfast, brunch or lunch while listening to a variety of live entertainment.
Marion Square
Charleston, SC, US 29401

Waterfront Park

8 blocks away
This eight-acre linear park and pier along the Charleston Harbor entry, masterfully combines spectacular fountains, spacious lawns, intimate garden "rooms", walking and jogging path and a long pier with picnic tables and wooden swings.
1 Vendue Range
Charleston, SC, US 29401


An independent, iconic landmark hotel in the heart of Charleston’s historic district. Considered the crown jewel of Charleston, guests and locals gather at The Charleston Place to immerse in extraordinary stay and dine experiences, and connect through curated community programming—activated seasonally, beyond compare. Just outside the hotel are designer boutiques and restaurants, and a few steps away are the city’s famed attractions and historic sites. The hotel is the crossroads of old Charleston, South of Broad and the burgeoning King Street scene. Rooted in authentic Southern hospitality, tenured service staff delivers unscripted gestures made with great joy; creating treasured moments with each visit and every stay. The Place to Meet. With its large ballroom and scalable venues, we welcome your attendees with a pomp and circumstance that is both unexpected and embraced. Offering 40,000 square feet of flexible function space including the Grand Ballroom, ten breakout rooms, eight hospitality suites, the Grand Hall and several outdoor courtyards plus our historic Riviera Theater the hotel can meet the needs of any size group. Located directly across the street from the hotel, the 9,000-square-foot Rivera Theater’s 1930’s Art Deco style enhances one of the most unique conference centers in the nation. A registered National Historic Landmark, it has been lovingly restored and combines state-of-the-art meeting technology with original historic detail.

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