Conference Hotel Information
The Francis Marion Hotel, located in the heart of historic Charleston, South Carolina, was the largest and grandest in the Carolinas when it opened in 1924. Named for General Francis Marion, the "Swamp Fox" of the American Revolution, the Francis Marion Hotel re-opened in 1996 after a $12 million National Trust award-winning restoration, and is once again Charleston's Grand Hotel.
Guests at the Francis Marion Hotel can enjoy classic Southern cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the Swamp Fox Restaurant and Bar, cocktails and jazz piano music in the Swamp Fox bar, complete spa services at Spa Adagio, and gourmet coffee from Port City Java.
The Francis Marion Hotel also provides all the traditional services one expects from a grand hotel: a doorman and bell service, concierge, valet parking, room service, business center, newsstand and gift shop and a well equipped fitness center.
You may register online at the hotel's website. Enter the arrival date, then click "Check Availability." Click on "Group Block" located in the right hand corner of the screen. Group Block will appear under date of arrival and # of guests--type in "SIG." Click on "Next" and proceed to make your reservations. If you need to call the hotel, their number is (877) 756-2121.
Conference prices are as follows:
Traditional Rooms: $169.00
Other hotels close to the Francis Marion:
Hampton Inn 843-723-4000
Embassy Suites 843-723-6900
Getting to the Francis Marion Hotel from Charleston Airport
The Francis Marion Hotel does not have a hotel shuttle. If you go through the double doors at baggage claim there are several different shuttles and taxi cabs available that are for travelers going downtown. The Francis Marion Hotel is about fifteen to twenty minutes from the airport. Prices range from $15 per person to $25 depending on the number of people coming into the city and if you take a shuttle vs. taxi cab.
ACM SIGUCCS Spring Management Symposium 2005
March 20-22, 2005
Francis Marion Hotel
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