The sway of the carriage transports you back several centuries. The professional guide points to the poinsettias flanking the front door of the antebellum mansion and notes the iconic holiday flower was first imported to America in 1829 by a Charlestonian named Dr. Poinsett. The blanket provided by your hotel concierge is cozy; the thermos of hot chocolate a thoughtful touch. Sit back & relax; you booked a package.

Heighten the Holidays Package - French Quarter Inn

The enchanting and festive charm of Charleston during the holiday season offers an array of activities for everyone.

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May 15, 2014 -
Aug 15, 2014

Celebrate our beloved holiday tradition at any one of these fine restaurants. We handpicked only those that are well adorned for Christmas.

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New Year's Eve
New Year's Eve

Here for Christmas? Stay for New Year's Eve too. We have special NYE dinner, happenings, and hotels to make the 31st special.

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