Charleston Hotel Welcomes Guests for International Antiques Show

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The Renaissance Charleston Hotel Historic District is offering historic accommodations for history lovers coming to the city for the Charleston International Antiques Show (CIAS) taking place from Friday, March 14 to Sunday, March 16, 2008.

The Renaissance Charleston Hotel Historic District is offering historic accommodations for history lovers coming to the city for the Charleston International Antiques Show (CIAS) taking place from Friday, March 14 to Sunday, March 16, 2008.

Featuring over 30 of the nation's premier antique dealers, the International Antiques Show will exhibit everything from period furnishings and decorative arts to vintage jewelry, porcelains, silver and ceramics. CIAS 2008 will be located at 40 East Bay Street, and will be open Friday and Saturday from 10am to 6pm and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.

Aficionados will find Antiques Week in Charleston a highlight in the national art and antiques circuit, featuring four prominent events throughout the week. The 61st Annual Festival of Houses & Gardens, the Charleston Symphony League Designer Showcase, the Charleston Art & Antiques Forum, and Gibbes Museum of Art all take place that week, bringing guests from near and far to stay at the Renaissance Historic Charleston, South Carolina hotel.

Having just undergone a transformation, the Renaissance is the newest upscale property in the city's oldest Historic District. Carrying on Charleston's famed tradition of iron gates and formal gardens, this South Carolina hotel also features regionally-inspired antique décor with a modern twist. Guests will appreciate the traditional Southern charm that comes with every stay at the Renaissance Charleston during International Antiques Week.

About Renaissance Charleston Hotel Historic District
The Renaissance Charleston Hotel Historic District is the newest upscale property in the city's oldest Quarter. Highlighted by a prime location near King Street's legendary shopping establishments, the Spoleto Festival or City Market, this historic Charleston, SC hotel is known for their iron gates and formal gardens. The culinary talents of Executive Chef John Therres are displayed at Wentworth Grill, which offers an impressive trans fat free menu. Southern tradition and charming sophistication are expertly paired 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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