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About Two Meeting Street Inn
 



 

  

Two Meeting  Street Inn Packages

and

Charleston Events 

  

   

                            

       Warm Winter Charleston Package

Elegantly Affordable Winter Escape

Valid 7 days a week Sunday, January 8-Thursday, February 2, 2017   (Excluding January 13 and 14)

Valid Sunday through Thursday February 5 - March 2, 2017

 

Chilled Champagne and Decadent Chocolates

What better way to start!  Upon arrival, a chilled bottle of champagne presented in a silver ice bucket accompanied by a silver tray of decadent chocolates will await you.

Edmondston-Alston House Tour

With two tickets to the nearby Edmondston-Alston House, appreciate Antebellum furniture, silver and paintings in the Charleston style.  Overlooks the Battery!

Two Meeting Street Stone Coasters

A local homegrown company handmakes our coasters.  A pair, featuring the iconic Two Meeting Street sign,  are the perfect place for your mug of coffee or glass of wine.

Three days, two nights in a beautifully appointed luxurious guestroom in the Queen Anne Victorian mansion built in 1890. Each night stay includes our gracious amenity package: Lowcountry afternoon tea, Southern breakfast, evening sherry, and professional concierge services. Complimentary wireless.    

 ~ Rates starting at $435 for a two night package on weekdays. ~

~ Rates starting at $460 for a two night package on weekends. ~

  

  

Relax! Recover! Renew!

A Winter Revival Package

Valid 7 days a week Sunday, January 8 - Thursday, February 2, 2017

(Excluding January 13 and 14)

Valid Sunday through Thursday February 5 - March 2, 2017

Relax~Relax~Relax

$50 Gift Certificate to Cypress or Magnolias

  Relax with a lavender martini at Cypress or a crab cake appetizer at Magnolia’s? A $50.00 gift certificate to enjoy innovative dining at Cypress or uptown, down South cuisine at Magnolia’s.

Recover~Recover~Recover

Tommy Dew’s Walking History Tour 

A good walk always helps recovery! Join Tommy Dew as you explore the history, architecture and culture heritage of one of America’s most charming cities. A Southern Living Favorite

Renew~Renew~Renew

Southern Pecan Coffee  

Nothing accelerates renewal like caffeine!  Southern Pecan coffee is a guest all-time favorite. On a cold winter morning, the aroma of a rich, buttery pecan brew is a perfect way to start the day.

Three days, two nights in a beautifully appointed luxurious guestroom in the Queen Anne Victorian mansion built in 1890. Each night stay includes our gracious amenity package: Lowcountry afternoon tea, Southern breakfast, evening sherry, and professional concierge services. Complimentary wireless.  

 ~ Rates starting at $478 for a two night package on weekdays. ~

~ Rates starting at $522 for a two night package on weekends. ~

 

 Divine Romance Package

 Champagne - A chilled bottle of French Rosé sparkling wine
presented in a silver ice bucket accompanied by two keepsake
long stem champagne flutes with the Inn’s signature logo

 Red Roses - In a glass vase, a creative arrangement of six red roses,
the traditional symbol of love and romance

 Public Carriage Ride - Tour through the historic district in a
public horse-drawn carriage. 
Enjoy a 25-30 block tour and see historic gardens and antebellum houses. 
The very best way to see the city

Chocolates - To enjoy together, a silver tray generously filled
with chocolate dipped strawberries,
white chocolate fudge and dark chocolate sherry bars.
Heaven.

                        $145  24-hour notice is requested

 

                         

 Love is all you need-  Romance Package

     But she (or he!) really wants a Romance Package.

 Presented in an elegant silver ice bucket, a chilled bottle of                 sparkling champagne for the two of you to share.

Toast your love with the Inn's signature long stemmed                         champagne flutes. Yours to keep!

Fresh seasonal flowers beautifully arranged as an expression of         your love.

              $99.00   24-hour notice is appreciated 

 

                   

 

 Events  

 

January 20-22. Charleston Jazz Festival.
The premier performance Saturday night, the 21st, features The Manhattan Transfer and Take 6 with an opening bonus performance by the popular Charleston Jazz Orchestra, led by trumpeter Charlton Singleton  7:30 CJO  9:00 main performance  $62-$100  Gaillard Center  
www.CharlestonJazzFestival.com
   

January 27.  Bernadette Peters.
 Enjoy one of Broadway's brightest stars, the winner of several Tony Awards and the youngest person to be inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame.  Gaillard Center  7:30  $60-$100                              www.GaillardCenter.com  843-242-3099

January 27-29.  Charleston Boat Show.  
Join boating enthusiasts for the 37th annual.  A medley of events include a SCDNR  fishing school and boating simulator.  North Charleston Convention Center.  $5-$10  843.250.9713

 

January 29.  Lowcountry Oyster Festival.
 Doubling as a full-day fest and a fundraiser for multiple local charities, this festival hauls in 80,000 pounds of bivalves and also features a food court for landlubbers as well as beer wine and live music.  Boone Hall Plantation, Mt. Pleasant.  10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.  $17-$25  843.853.8000  CharlestonRestaurantAssociation.com

February 8. IN THE MOOD.
A celebration of the music of the 1930s & 40s – the Big Band era. It was the last time that all Americans were listening and dancing to the same kind of music. Charleston Music Hall.  charlestonmusichall.com 

February 11& 12. Sinatra- The Man and His Music.  
Producers of the sell-out Charleston Christmas Special Brad and Jennifer Moranz have created a brand-new show sure to delight Charleston audiences. "Sinatra- The Man and His Music" is a two-hour musical tribute to the legendary Frank Sinatra. Four incredible singers will perform 40 of Sinatra's hits. Charleston Music Hall.

February 13. Lang Lang.
Forming enduring musical partnerships with the world’s greatest artists, from conductors such as Daniel Barenboim, Gustavo Dudamel and Sir Simon Rattle, to artists from outside of classical music. He builds cultural bridges between East and West, frequently introducing Chinese music to Western audiences. 7:30pm; 843.242.3099
www.gaillardcenter.org  

February 17-19. Southeastern Wildlife Exposition. 
SEWE is a three-day showcase of everything we love about wildlife and nature. It brings together people of all ages, men and women, sportsmen and conservationists, artists and artisans, fans and families. SEWE invites us all to explore our “wild” side and pay tribute to our naturally beautiful world. 843.723.1748; sewe.com

 

   
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