Twinkling lights, Christmas trees, model trains and teddy bear teas are just a few of the delights guests can enjoy at Charleston Place this holiday season. With so much to do in Charleston this holiday season, it is the perfect time to visit the Holy City. Here is a list of all the Holiday Packages and Offers at Charleston Place Hotel.
This holiday season, visitors to Charleston who book a two-night stay at Charleston Place Hotel will receive a $100 gift card upon departure. The gift card can be passed on to a friend, or keep it for yourself to be used toward a future stay, a treatment at The Spa at Charleston Place or a fabulous meal at The Palmetto Cafe, Thoroughbred Club or the award-winning Charleston Grill.
Gift of Giving Package rates start at $250 per night, and are available from November 25, 2012 – January 6, 2013. Two night minimum stay required. Gift cards can be redeemed 24 hours after check-out and are valid for one year. Book Online >>
Charleston Place’s new “Festive Feasts” program is a response to requests from families seeking an easy, elegant way to celebrate. Festive Feasts combines special family group rates with a private dinner in a hospitality suite or a hotel guest suite featuring a dining room.
Typically these family dinners range in size from 8 to 16 people. Explains Nathan Foster, Food and Beverage Manager at Charleston Place: “Having us look after their holiday dinner frees everyone to relax and focus on one another. And no family member stresses over house guests or meal prep.“
Menus vary. The prix-fixe holiday menu created by Chef Michelle Weaver of the award-winning Charleston Grill is very popular. “But we’ve also done family style platters and even prepared personal family recipes that are a ‘must-have’ Thanksgiving or Christmas tradition,” says Foster.
Room rates start from $199. Dinner costs are priced per person and are based on menu selection. Read More >>
The Hanukkah package includes 2-nights accommodation at Charleston Place, and a private guided tour of significant Jewish cultural sites, including the Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim synagogue, its museum and the city’s holocaust memorial. The rate also includes a special gelt turn-down and in-room menorah, upon request. Rates start at $330 per room, per night.
Established in 1670, historic records first refer to Jewish people coming to the English settlement in 1696. Many Jewish settlers followed because the laws of the Carolinas guaranteed the widest measure of religious liberty of all of the 13 colonies. The early Jewish settlers organized the first synagogue, the Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim (Holy Congregational House of God) in 1749. K.K. Beth Elohim is the oldest Reform Jewish congregation in the world, and the second oldest synagogue in continuous use in the United States and a protected national historic landmark.
Today the site, located adjacent to the Charleston Place Hotel, is also home to an archive museum, which includes historical documents, books, photographs, paintings and ceremonial objects. Its Coming Street cemetery dates back to 1764 and is the oldest remaining Jewish burial ground in the South.
Charleston is also home to the Charleston Holocaust Memorial, the Francis Salvador Memorial (the original home of the Hebrew Orphan Society), the Jerry and Anita Zucker Holocaust collection at the Charleston Public Library and many other sites of historical significance to the Jewish faith. Read More >>
This holiday season, enjoy the best of Charleston with the Celebrate With Savings offer. When you stay three nights, receive 40% off your third night. It’s the perfect way to extend the festivities and enjoy everything the Holy City has to offer. Celebrate With Savings is available for holiday season travel November 13, 2012 – January 9, 2013. Three night minimum stay required. Rates from $208 per night. Book Online >>