If you've ever wondered who stays in all those high-priced hotels that are going up in Charleston, here's a clue.
A request for a Charleston city board to review changes to the plans for the 225-room hotel project by Waterfront Park has been deferred.
Patriots Point, one of the state's most popular visitor attractions, has already broken its attendance record and will continue to expand its exhibits to draw more visitors, it was announced Friday.
Ninety-six year-old World War II fighter pilot Bill Watkinson climbed up a ladder to perch on a wing of the Hellcat jet that sits on the deck of the Yorktown.
The tightening labor market is costing the region more than 600 jobs.
Plans for a 10-story, 250-room hotel in the MUSC office tower on Hagood Street is on hold until the developer shows the neighbors how the project will affect them.
OK, Charleston is not No. 1, at least on the latest study. But there are numerous other surveys that put the Holy City on the highest pedestal.
Charleston residents will soon be able to fly nonstop to Minneapolis at the introductory roundtrip cost of about $100.
Charleston's International African American Museum is getting support from a major bank that's undergoing an identity change in South Carolina.
The west side of the Charleston peninsula appears to be a new hot spot for hotels, with several projects proposed for the area.
Plans for a hotel on the site of Sushi Blue Japanese Steakhouse & Seafood at 61 State St. are under review.
The summer tourist season will offer more options for Charleston air travelers.
The eight-story, 155-room property opened in a former federal office building on Meeting Street in the summer of 2016. Publicity included advertisements for a rooftop bar.
More airlines offering more flights to more destinations propelled Charleston International's passenger count to new heights in April.
The simmering feud over Charleston's carriage horses has flared up into a lawsuit claiming libel, defamation and conspiracy — as well as a violation of the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act.
Tickets for the annual fireworks show on the Yorktown went on sale this week and are expected to be gone well before July 4.
A new oceanfront resort on Kiawah Island is heading toward a fall opening with 40 deep-pocketed buyers already lined up.
MYRTLE BEACH — Driving down Kings Highway, certain categories of stores and restaurants repeat again and again in South Carolina's most lucrative tourist destination: pancake houses, fried sea…
When the first Spoleto Festival was held in Charleston more than 40 years ago, the city was drawing a little more than 2 million tourists a year, about a third of the crowds we see today.
It wasn’t just the romantic cliff-top photo that won a Myrtle Beach couple a $10,000 three-day vacation in one of Charleston’s historic mansions.
The spending activities of a South Carolina tourism marketer that receives tax dollars are not subject to the state's Freedom of Information Act, the S.C. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.
MOUNT PLEASANT — The National Medal of Honor Museum planners have set aside their controversial star-shaped design and will get input from the community before starting on a new one.
The Lowcountry may be having traffic problems, but many of the people sitting in their cars every day have brought something else to the region: prosperity.
Srin Madipalli has traveled the world in his wheelchair. Now, as head of Airbnb's accessibility efforts, he wants to help many others do the same.
A Homewood Suites Hilton joins the growing cluster of hotels near Ashley Phosphate Road and I-26.
Downtown Charleston has seen a flurry of new hotels in the last three years but at least 15 others have been approved but not started
The board had to choose between going with a traditional open-air design with no screens, like the one it has now, or veiling the deck with a decorative shield.
Chipping away at the final $2 million for the International African American Museum in Charleston, a big insurance company has added $100,000 to the pot.
United Airlines' push to increase its market share will launch another daily route between Charleston International and the New York City area this fall.
Visitors to Charleston say they are avoiding sections of King Street — the heart of the city's retail district and a prime tourist attraction — because of the increasing number of street hawkers trying to lure them inside as they walk by.
North Charleston will collect about $398,700 in back paid business license taxes from online travel companies.
Hotel Indigo Mount Pleasant, which is scheduled to open July 1, is holding a jobs fair to fill openings and offering incentives for booking its event spaces.
The once-isolated Communist Caribbean country of Cuba will soon welcome cruise ship excursions from Charleston.
Pearce Development is alleging that a legal appeal that delayed its project was a scheme by a neighboring real-estate investor to sell its property to the firm at an inflated price.
GQ magazine gives readers "11 Reasons Why The New Charleston Should Be Your Next Weekend Trip."
Charleston philanthropist and business leader Ben Navarro, who reportedly wants to buy the Carolina Panthers, has pledged $250,000 for the International African American Museum, according to a…
This month, four airlines serving the Charleston will tack on new routes to the Midwest, Northeast and the South.
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