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Other metrics, like hotel room nights sold, also reached new heights in 2018, according to figures from the College of Charleston, but some measures, like attraction attendance and hotel occupancy, went down for the first time in several years.
The new law creates Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie National Historical Park in the Charleston area and the Reconstruction Era National Historical Park in Beaufort.
A new bill approved by the U.S. Senate this week would designate Charleston-area historic sites Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie as a national park, potentially increasing their visibility to visitors.
There are no hotels or bed-and-breakfasts on Daufuskie Island, but the private gated community of Haig Point started allowing visitors to book stays at an almost 150-year-old lighthouse at the island's northern tip.
One of the largest recent hotel projects planned for the Charleston peninsula may move one step closer this week to breaking ground. The 225-room lodging planned for Joseph P. Riley Waterfront Park is seeking preliminary approval from the city's Board of Architectural Review.
Some of the fastest hotel supply growth in the state is happening in Spartanburg. Yes, that's right. Spartanburg.
Spots for four retail storefronts will face King Street, while the entrances to the lobby and cafe will be tucked behind them, accessible from a cobblestone path and courtyard connecting to George Street.
Built in 1919, the Plantation House Hotel has sat vacant for many years. But Preservation South Carolina, a nonprofit that works to preserve historic structures statewide, hopes to see the building restored to its former use.
Hotel occupancy in the Charleston area dropped sharply in September, dragged down by closures and trip cancellations as Hurricane Florence lur…
Though some may pass by Mosquito Beach without a second thought, the strip of marshland on James Island ― once one of the only waterfront spot…