The Waves of Entertainment enlivens parties with five-in-one play equipment packed with water slides, obstacle courses, climbing areas, basketball hoops, and bounce areas. Each inflatable play place features a theme, such as a tropical island, sports, or a popular cartoon. Clients can also rent dunk tanks or snow-cone, cotton-candy, or popcorn machines.
The Rhett House Inn, situated one block from the Intracoastal Waterway, is nestled among 18th-century mansions and moss-draped oaks within Beaufort’s downtown district. The seaport town’s three centuries of history are on display throughout historic forts, churches, and homes—including the pre-Revolutionary War William Elliot House. Walking tours showcase select homes such as the John Mark Verdier House Museum, which illuminates the life of a 19th-century merchant planter before the days of robot tractors. The Saltus River Grill, a five-minute walk from the inn, specializes in Lowcountry fare, a cuisine unique to coastal South Carolina. Chef Brian Waters, a Beaufort native, sources local ingredients for dishes such as clams steamed in beer with roasted-garlic puree ($7) and sea-island shrimp with creamy stone-ground grits ($23).
Located in Charleston, Holiday Inn Riverview is convenient to Medical University of South Carolina and The Citadel. This hotel is within close proximity of Marion Square and Children's Museum of the Lowcountry.
Make yourself at home in one of the 180 air-conditioned guestrooms. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as phones with voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities including a health club and an outdoor pool.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Holiday Inn Riverview. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, business services, and express check-in. Free parking is available onsite.
A Charleston institution since 1936, the Charleston Symphony Orchestra gathers internationally experienced musicians to perform popular favorites and classical masterpieces. In this season's opening concert, the orchestra invites acclaimed Broadway stars Rita Harvey, who recently performed in Fiddler on the Roof with Rosie O'Donnell, and Ron Bohmer, whose resumé brims with high-school-track ribbons and starring roles in The Phantom of the Opera and Sunset Boulevard. As conductor Stuart Malina dishes out Morse code instructions with his baton, singers belt the familiar lyrics of songs from Rodgers and Hammerstein classics, including The King & I, South Pacific, and The Sound of Music. A talented cadre of strings, horns, and percussionists recreate the sweeping sounds of Broadway, led by concertmaster Yuriy Bekker, whose violin has dazzled audiences in the Kennedy Center and music festivals worldwide.
It's probably fitting that Gary Ross's artwork eventually melts, since it would take acres of gallery space to display it all. Using his chainsaw, the master ice sculptor creates approximately 5,000 pieces annually, almost one for every day of the year. At Charleston Ice Sculptures, Mr. Ross turns his customers' imaginations into 32-degree reality. He transforms ice into everything from animal sculptures, to corporate logos, to drink luges that pour and cool beverages simultaneously.
The seasoned epicure behind Muffalettas Catering and Take-Out, Chef Frisco, was implored to take the helm at Muffalettas after his Cajun-cooking prowess was proved at his own local restaurant, which the Post and Courier profiled in 2009. He now harnesses those abilities to whip up his signature brand of Cajun and Southern-comfort cuisine at private events, where he brainstorms with customers to devise custom menus teeming with elegant creole-inspired dishes. The chef also oversees Muffalettas' public dining room, tapping into his knowledge of exotic meats to dispense such fare as fried frog legs, smoked alligator sausage, and sugared T. rex.