(PRWEB) August 30, 2012
The Society House is now offering two unique Charleston packages: Society Shopping on King and Society Sweetheart Package. The Society House is located on the popular King Street in Charleston, SC and is one of the top luxury hotels in Charleston.
The Society Shopping on King package includes deluxe accommodations for one or more nights, a $100 Amex gift card for the shopping destinations of your choice and a $100 gift certificate for two to Magnolia’s restaurant. The package requires booking seven days in advance.
The Society Sweetheart Package includes deluxe accommodations for one or more nights, a $75 gift certificate to Sermet’s Corner restaurant and delivery of champagne and Godiva chocolates to the room on the day of arrival. The Society Sweetheart Package also requires seven day advance booking.
Both packages offer guests of Charleston, SC a unique experience of enjoying downtown while staying at luxurious condominium style accommodations. The Society House was originally built in 1801 and was fully renovated in 2008 to be luxury residential condos. Unlike many traditional Charleston hotels, The Society House offers large, fully equipped kitchens and spacious living rooms with custom leather sofas in many of the rooms. The suites at The Society House also include flat panel satellite televisions, private bathrooms with stone vanity and shower or tub and breathtaking views of the city.
The Society House is located on King Street, home of the area’s world-famous shopping district. The prime location lets guests who take advantage of these great packages have easy access to many of Charleston’s top restaurants, boutiques and attractions.
For those guests looking for a longer stay, The Society House offers long term rentals of their deluxe suites. Often guests who stay at The Society House Inn for an extended period are from northern states and stay in Charleston to get away from severe cold weather.
For more information on The Society Shopping on King or The Society Sweetheart Package, or about The Society House, visit http://www.thesocietyhouse.com.