Starting Rate: $127 Priced recently for Oct 22 - Oct 25, 2014
Indulge in comfort at the Holiday Inn Express Columbia. Located off I-126 and Huger St, Columbia, SC hotels have never been more practical with such easy access to major attractions. Situated only one mile from the University of South Carolina, the historic Vista district and the Columbia Riverfront Park, our Holiday Inn Express Columbia hotel can guarantee we'll provide you with convenience like none other. You can take a stroll and enjoy a picnic at Finley Park, plan a trip to Riverbanks Zoo, or take the short three-mile commute to the South Carolina State Fairgrounds. With endless opportunities for enjoyment, our Columbia, SC hotel is situated near a variety of leisure activities that will please every guest. After shopping on Harbison Boulevard at Columbiana Mall or boating on Lake Murray, tour the South Carolina State Museum and discover the area's unique history. Located only a mile from the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center and Capitol Courthouse, our Holiday Inn Express Columbia hotel is pleased to offer a handy site for business travelers. A Fitness Center, 24-hour Business Center and complimentary Express Start breakfast are provided along with a meeting room for 30 people. Next time you are looking for a Columbia, SC hotel, remember that we consistently provide our guests with a quality stay and take great pride in making you feel at home. Call today to make a reservation.
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM
Year Opened: 2009
Year Renovated: 01/01/2009
Time Zone: GMT
Seafood along with southern dining choices, from shrimp and grits to a bowl of she crab soup. Great salads and fish choices.
Fitness center on-site
Fitness center off-site
Children's program - Edventure, Riverbanks Zoo & Gardens, State Museum
Admission adults 11.75 seniors 10.75 child 3-12 9.25 under 3 go for free Not just a zoo also included in admission the botanical gardens. A great collection of diffenert species and stuff for all of the family to do. They also have a learning center and
This museum chronicles the history of the first European settlement in the Midlands of South Carolina, then known as "the back country." The museum interprets the agricultural, social and cultural heritage of Old Saxe Gotha (1733), Granby, Cayce and West
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For every child who visits EdVenture, seeing will be believing and doing will mean remembering. All exhibits at EdVenture are hands-on and experiential.
Built in 1855 to house officers of a military academy, the state's governors have lived here since 1868. The complex also includes the Boylston House, which has a gift shop, and the Lace House. Free 20-min tours tues-Thurs 10-11am, by appointment only
Featuring plenty of river views, the Riverfront Park is a nice place to unwind and get away, being within walking distance of Columbia's business district. You can see the history of the Columbia Canal and Water Works while looking through one of the old
Local art Gallery, and great location for local shopping.
The Colonial Center is the largest arena in the state of South Carolina with 18,000 seats, and the tenth largest on-campus basketball facility in the nation. Located on the beautiful University of South Carolina campus, this one-of-a-kind facility feature
The Columbia Museum of Art is located at the corner of Main and Hampton Street in the heart of downtown Columbia, South Carolina, blocks from the State Capitol building and the historic University of South Carolina campus.
The Nickelodeon Theatre is a small 75 seat store front theater located in Columbia SC on the corner of Main and Pendleton Streets, adjacent to the campus of the University of South Carolina. In operation since 1979, "the Nick", run by the Columbia Film So
Enojy ballets, musicals, plays and music recitals
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