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DoubleTree Debuts North Charleston Convention Center

DoubleTree Debuts North Charleston Convention Center

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. and MCLEAN, Va.—DoubleTree by Hilton, one of Hilton Worldwide’s 12 market-leading brands, has debuted DoubleTree by Hilton North Charleston ­Convention Center, a 142-room hotel located across the street from the North Charleston Convention Center, two miles from Charleston International Airport and 10 miles from historic downtown Charleston. Formerly the Holiday Inn Charleston Airport & Convention Center, the property completed a four million dollar renovation that includes a complete redesign of the lobby, guest rooms, and restaurant. DoubleTree by Hilton North Charleston ­ Convention Center is owned by Lowcountry Hotels and managed by Fennell Holdings.

“Ideally situated close to leading businesses and local attractions, DoubleTree by Hilton North Charleston ­ Convention Center is poised to become a top hotel choice for guests seeking full-service accommodations and the award-winning DoubleTree by Hilton service experience, whether traveling for business or leisure,” said Dianna Vaughan, global head, DoubleTree by Hilton. “We are thrilled to welcome guests to this beautiful hotel and offer them the ‘little things’ that have helped build our global reputation, beginning with the warm chocolate chip cookie welcome at check-in.”

Guests staying at DoubleTree by Hilton North Charleston ­Convention Center will enjoy a relaxing retreat marked by an interior featuring suspended wood sculptures, marbled quartz, and hardwood accents. The hotel’s sophisticated design is inspired by Charleston¹s calming beaches and relaxed culture, and includes a soothing color palette of grays, whites, and blues and artwork that depicts iconic local landmarks such as Waterfront Park’s Pineapple Fountain. The hotel’s 24-hour business center, 24-hour fitness center, seasonal outdoor pool open from Memorial Day to Labor Day, and complimentary area shuttle service are all designed to meet guests’ needs.

A variety of food and beverage options are offered on-property. Indigo Restaurant and Lounge features seasonal fare with Lowcountry specialties such as shrimp and grits, fried chicken with seasonal fruit chutney, fresh pastas, steaks and salads, and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant serves craft beer and offers guests a daily happy hour from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., featuring specials on house beverages and small plates and can be converted into a private dining space outside of breakfast hours. The Made Market Pantry is open 24-hours a day providing guests with grab-and-go options from sandwiches and salads to sweet and salty snacks, coffee, and assorted juices. For guests preferring to dine in the comfort of their guest room, room service is available for all day dining.

With 4,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor event space, including a 1,600-square-foot ballroom, DoubleTree by Hilton North Charleston ­ Convention Center is suited to accommodate varying wedding, meeting and conference needs for up to 120 people. The hotel’s premier outdoor space can be tented to create memorable events on either the back patio or Tiki Patio. Among the hotel’s meeting rooms is the AIRO Boardroom which boasts video-conferencing technology and a touch-screen Creston Control panel used to easily adjust AV equipment, room lighting settings and presentations. For smaller group meetings, the hotel offers the Meetings Simplified by DoubleTree by Hilton package from $25 per person, which includes the meeting room, basic meeting Wi-Fi, meeting room supplies such as flipcharts, markers, etc., and all day non-alcoholic beverage service. Catering services and a dedicated events staff are available to ensure every event is truly special.

DoubleTree by Hilton North Charleston ­ Convention center is close to many businesses and attractions in the area. Visitors can attend a concert at North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center; take in the fresh air at Cypress Gardens, Folly Beach or Isle of Palms; explore the Fire Truck Museum, Magnolia Plantation, Middleton Place, or Boone Hall Plantation; or take a drive to Historic Charleston, located just 10 miles away.Those traveling for business will appreciate close proximity to corporate offices including Boeing, Cummins, Robert Bosh, and Joint Base Charleston.

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