Renaissance Charleston Hotel Historic District Now Offering Exclusive Accommodations for Guests Coming for the 2008 HMY - Viking MegaDock Billfishing Tournament

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Pre-registration has begun for the 2008 HMY - Viking MegaDock Billfishing Tournament, and the Renaissance Charleston Hotel Historic District is now offering newly renovated guestrooms and suites to those looking for lodging during the event.

Pre-registration has begun for the 2008 HMY - Viking MegaDock Billfishing Tournament, and the Renaissance Charleston Hotel Historic District is now offering newly renovated guestrooms and suites to those looking for lodging during the event.

This South Carolina Governor's Cup Billfishing Series competition is taking place on July 9-12, 2008 at the Charleston City Marina. This fascinating three-day event features 75 boats competing for over $400,000 in prizes, with awards for Billfish, Dolphin, Tuna, Wahoo, Youth and Lady Angler. All the proceeds brought in from this event will be donated to local water-related charities, to promote area awareness.

As the city begins to fill and hotel reservations become scarce, this luxury Charleston hotel, which is the newest upscale property in the city's oldest quarter, is welcoming guests from near and far. Become immersed in the city's fabled heritage which offers a perfectly positioned location, near King Street's famous shopping, the Spoleto Festival and legendary City Market.

Boutique luxury awaits guests, from the lavish guestrooms and suites offering bonnet beds encased in down blankets and plush pillows to spaciously suited bathrooms featuring chic granite vanities. Sophisticated and convenient amenities fill each space, complete with extra large armoires, in-room coffee, newspapers delivered daily, high-speed internet, and dual phone lines, these Charleston, SC accommodations are fit for royalty. Expansive windows fill each room with spectacular city views of historic downtown.

Enjoy every aspect of this legendary city that has built its reputation around the name and history of this remarkable city. As the most recent upscale property in the city's oldest Quarter, Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel is nearly complete in the most recent phase of design renovations, resulting in even more polished and sophisticated elements and upgrades that seamlessly blend in with past modifications. When the redesign is complete in March, the Renaissance will boast innovative enhancements, including flat screen televisions in every room, making it a highly desirable South Carolina hotel destination.

Plan early and prepare for one of the most anticipated events in Charleston, and be sure to reserve your Renaissance Charleston hotel room well in advance to ensure a classically sophisticated stay.

About Renaissance Charleston Hotel Historic District
As the only Marriott in the Historic District, discover the Renaissance Charleston Hotel, the newest upscale property in the city's oldest Quarter. This downtown Charleston, SC hotel welcomes guests to experience the area's treasured tradition of blending culture and adventure. Partake in this historic Charleston hotel and become immersed in the city's fabled heritage. Whether shopping on King Street, visiting the Spoleto Festival, or strolling through the City Market, you'll be captivated by the prestigious ambience of the Holy City. Boutique luxury awaits you at this historic Charleston, SC hotel, boasting lavish guestrooms that feature granite vanities and bonnet beds encased in down blankets and plush pillows. The culinary talents of Chef John Therres are displayed at the esteemed Wentworth Grill, offering a delectable trans fat free menu. Indulge in a Charleston, SC Historic District hotel that expertly combines legendary charm with modern amenities at the Renaissance Downtown Charleston Hotel. For more information or to make a reservation, call 843-534-0300 or visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/chsbr-renaissance-charleston-hotel-historic-district/.

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