Vacancy: places to stay during Charleston Fashion Week

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It's Charleston Fashion Week, and you're dying to get in on the fun--but you need a place to crash.

Check out our top five recommendations for places to stay during CFW.

NotSo Hostel

For an inexpensive option, check out the NotSo Hostel located downtown at 156 Spring Street. A dorm costs $23 per night, a private room is $60 per night, and a private at the annex will set you back $70 each night. Insiders tell me that a few people working with CFW are currently shacking up at the hostel. Make your reservations by calling (843) 722-8383 or visiting them online.


Embassy Suites Charleston

If you've got a group of people and want to stay downtown, check out the Embassy Suites at 337 Meeting Street. Starting in the mid-$200s, you have the option of getting a regular room or a multi-bedroom suite for a group. But be warned—the hotel is booking up quickly, and there's a two-night minimum for both Friday and Saturday nights. To make reservations, call (843) 723-6900 or visit them online.


Charleston Place

Got some cash to burn and want to stay in pure luxury during CFW? Charleston Place is your place. The high-end hotel will set you back, but it is well worth it. From their spa to their gourmet restaurants to their ideal in-the-heart-of-downtown location at 205 Meeting Street, you'll be living it up this Fashion Week! To make reservations and get rate information, call (843) 722-4900 or visit them online.


Market Pavilion Hotel

Another great and luxurious hotel in a terrific location downtown at 225 East Bay Street. This hotel offers single rooms along with suites, so you may want to get a group of fashion lovers together to fill up a suite. A bonus? Every night you stay at the Market Pavilion Hotel, you get a $50 food and beverage voucher. That's some good eatin' and drinkin'. To make reservations and find out rate information, call (877) 440-2250 or visit them online.


John Rutledge House

If you like a little history to go along with your fashion, then this is the place for you. It's the self-proclaimed "most historic inn" in the nation—the John Rutledge House Inn at 116 Broad Street. But if you want to snatch up a room or suite at this inn, you'd better act fast—they're filling up quicker than you can say Versace. To find out rate information and/or to make a reservation, call (800) 476-9741 or visit them online.


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