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About the Francis Marion Hotel

Francis Marion Hotel

**If you are experiencing issues to book a room online for the conference, please contact the Francis Marion Hotel reservation staff at (843) 722-0600**

Named for General Francis Marion, the “Swamp Fox” of the American Revolution, the hotel opened in 1924 as the largest and grandest in the Carolinas.  It was originally built by local investors at a cost of $1.5 million from plans by noted New York architect W.L. Stoddart, who also built the gracious Poinsett Hotel in Greenville, SC.  Throughout the years, many notable historic and famous clientele enjoyed the hotel’s full service and convenient location.  In 1996, an extensive restoration earned the hotel the esteemed National Trust Award and once again the Francis Marion opened its doors as Charleston’s Grand Hotel.  More recent refurbishments have added to the comforts of today and enhanced the hotel’s historic ambiance with sleek room décor reminiscent of the 1920’s grandeur.

Today, their traditional services continue to provide doorman and bell service, concierge, valet parking, room service, wireless Internet services, business center, newsstand, gift shop, Spa Adagio, Starbucks™ and a well-equipped fitness center.  Guests can enjoy classic Southern cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner in The Swamp Fox Restaurant & Bar, a Charleston restaurant, known for its artfully prepared dishes using local farm fresh ingredients. Or simply relax with cocktails and jazz piano music in The Swamp Fox Bar.

In order to attend the conference, it’s your responsibility to book a room at the hotel. However, there is a discounted price for attendees.  For this price, please click here (Attendee Code: SECOLAS) or call (843) 722-0600.

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