Close to CHS
Free Airport Shuttle
Shuttle Hours: 05:30 AM - 11:30 PM
Shuttle Frequency: Call for pick up
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Are you in need of an airport hotel in Charleston? The Charleston Airport Hotel offers modern conveniences, affordable prices and some of the best amenities that you could ask for. There are 159 rooms available for your stay, each beautifully decorated and complete with spacious areas, comfortable beds and cable TV.
The Charleston Airport Hotel is just minutes away from the airport. A free shuttle service is offered to/from the airport. Shuttle service for the cruise port is also available. Free parking is another amenity that is offered to all guests.
The hotel offers free Wi-Fi service, as well as meeting facilities, an indoor heated pool, sauna and Jacuzzi and a fully-equipped fitness center. Free coffee, bottled water and a newspaper are also offered. With a microwave and fridge in each room, guests are provided a hassle-free way to spend the evening. Guests can enjoy all of these amenities during their stay and experience why so many others have chosen this hotel as their airport hotel choice.
You are sure to enjoy the professional and courteous employees at the hotel. They make it their goal to exceed your needs when staying at their location, providing comfort and security with a goal to be your home away from home.
05:30 AM - 11:30 PM
Call for pick up
04:00 PM / 11:00 AM
24 Hours Prior to Arrival
FREE parking! Complimentary airport shuttle (limited hours).
The Charleston Airport Hotel offers a prime location, near I-26 and I-526, just minutes (4 miles) from Charleston International Airport. These Charleston accommodations are also easily accessible via Interstate 26, just off Exit 211 B or Interstate 526.
Directions from Charleston International Airport (CHS):
1. Start out going EAST on INTERNATIONAL BLVD toward AIR CARGO LN. go 2.0 mi
2. Merge onto I-526 E via the ramp on the LEFT toward I-26 / MT PLEASANT / CHARLESTON. go 0.8 mi
total 2.8 mi
3. Merge onto I-26 W via EXIT 17 toward COLUMBIA. go 1.8 mi total 4.6 mi
4. Take the E. AVIATION AVENUE exit, EXIT 211B. go 0.2 mi total 4.8 mi
5. Merge onto AVIATION AVE. go 0.0 mi total 4.9 mi
6. Turn RIGHT onto RIVERS AVE / US-52 E / US-78 E. go 0.0 mi total 5.0 mi
7. 5991 RIVERS AVE. go 0.0 mi total 5.0 mi
Shuttle Wait Time
10 to 15 minutes
Lewis E- October 2, 2016
Hotel was great, good breakfast, shuttle service back and forth to airport was so convenient, would definitely do this again
Mark S- August 24, 2016
This is a terrible hotel with awful service. We stayed for a night after a flight back to Charleston and we regret it. The place used to be a Radisson -- the chain's name is still visible on logos, not quite obscured by white paint. Now it goes by the name of Charleston Airport Hotel. The rooms are large but dirty. Filthy carpets in the rooms, even dirtier hallways, with walls in need of paint and spackle. The elevators looked like and sounded like death traps. Hallway doors didn't completely shut. Few of the in-room appliances were plugged in. There were comfortable mattresses on sleep-adjustment beds. Nice touch? Would be, except the devices didn't work. As poor was the facility was, the customer service was even worse. The desk clerk at checkout seemed annoyed that we walked up and wanted to checkout. She couldn't figure out the way to print a receipt. Then there was the restaurant. We arrived about 8 p.m. and went to the restaurant about 8:10. We were the only customers there. The room was big, dark and smelled musty, despite the fans that were running. The carpet was filthy and the cheap tables and chairs were probably 10 or 15 years old. There was one server working. She sat at the bar, playing with her phone, and glanced up to ask us, "What do you want?" We told her we'd like to order food. The server took our orders, brought drinks, and then disappeared into the kitchen. We were the only guests in the place. It took 35 minutes for our quesadilla and grilled chicken sandwich to arrive. My wife went looking for her after about 20 minutes and finally walked into the lobby to find the other employee working this evening -- the desk clerk. He at one point went into the kitchen to check on our order. The server emerged and said they were making sure the chicken was cooked. Then she went back and we didn't see her again until she emerged with the food -- 35 minutes after our order was placed. We still had no silverware or napkins. And the ketchup bottle on the table was empty. The server went around to other tables to look for other plastic, red ketchup bottles -- the kind you'd see on a picnic table behind a barbecue joint. She found two two others. Each had perhaps a half-inch of ketchup in them. "We're out, I guess," she said. The food? Terrible. The quesadilla had no taste; neither did the chicken sandwich. The sandwich lacked the mayo it was supposed to come with, the lettuce was limp, three cherry tomatoes were halved on one side of the bun (I guess they also were out of sandwich-size tomatoes), and the tiny piece of grilled chicken (it filled less than half of the bun's circumference ) was dry and without taste. But it was cooked, at least The server went back to her phone and never checked on us again. Foolishly, we returned in the morning for the free breakfast buffet. This time they had run out of butter. Yeah, butter. The dried-out scrambled eggs, corned beef hash straight from a Dinty Moore can, what might have been french toast sticks, oatmeal that looked like the spackle the walls so desperately needed, biscuits and a viscous offering that might have been sausage gravy sat in not-too-warm warming trays under a cloudy plexiglas sneeze guard. There were English muffins and the saddest-looking danish every seen, and several boxes of dry cereal. Of course, you had to use jelly with the English muffins because, as noted earlier, there was no butter. My wife figured the dry cereal was the safest bet -- except there were no cereal bowls. Just pour milk into the cardboard container and dig in. Oh yeah. There still wasn't any ketchup to be found that morning. The one server on duty at least made eye contact with the guests and tried to be helpful. She probably won't last long at this place. Awful facility. Dirty, old, smelly and broken. And a staff that could care less about providing any kind of service. Stay away. This place is just awful.
John S- August 24, 2016
we were hungry and had to leave the hotel property to get dinner, restaurant not open. we waited half hour past scheduled opening,shame shame.