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Charleston Winter Escape*

With direct flights to Charleston from over 12 cities around the U.S. and Canada, a winter escape to one of the world’s top destinations has never been easier.  Leave the unforgiving winter months behind and sojourn to Charleston where the average winter temperature hovers at a delightful 65 degrees.

For a limited-time only, experience southern sophistication and unrivaled hospitality with our winter special for select travel dates now through February 25, 2015.  Book this winter package today and enjoy:

  • Discounted rates
  • Complimentary valet parking
  • Complimentary bottle of wine upon arrival
  • Complimentary bicycle access
  • European continental breakfast
  • Wine and cheese hour

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Non-Stop to Charleston

Atlanta, GA 1 h 10m Delta
Boston, MA 2h 40m JetBlue
Charlotte, NC 55m US Airways
Chicago, IL 2h 10m United, Southwest
Dallas, TX 2h 25m American
Detroit, MI 2h 15m Delta
Houston, TX 2h 15m United, Southwest
Nashville, TN 1h 20m Southwest
New York, NY 2h 15m Delta, United, JetBlue
Philadelphia, PA 1h 55m US Airways
Toronto, Canada 2h 25m Porter Airlines
Washington, DC 1h 45m US Airways, Southwest, United,
JetBlue, American,

Winter Escape Available Dates

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*Winter Escape Promotion applies for select dates only and is based on availability. Promotion cannot be combined with any other offer and is not available for group bookings.

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