March 26-28, 2019

Charleston, SC

Charleston Gaillard Center

Hotels

Ready to visit the city voted #1 in the world by readers of Condé Nast Traveler and Travel+Leisure? Wherever you decide to stay, you can't go wrong!

Courtyard Marriott

The Courtyard Charleston Historic District offers a sought-after Southern experience and beautiful outdoor space reminiscent of a Charleston Garden.

Starting at $249 per night.

Distance to Gaillard: 3 minute walk.

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Francis Marion

The historic Francis Marion Hotel features beautifully restored guest rooms overlooking the iconic Marion Square.

Starting at $229 per night.

Distance to Gaillard: 9 minute walk

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The Dewberry

A luxury escape in the heart of downtown Charleston, The Dewberry is a local landmark, as well as a marquee destination for residents and visitors alike.

Starting at $299 per night with code BFOP19.

Distance to Gaillard: 7 minute walk.

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Hampton Inn

Blending the historic charm of 1860 with all of today's modern conveniences, Hampton Inn Charleston-Historic District is the only antebellum hotel on the peninsula.

Starting at $219 per night.

Distance to Gaillard: 6 minute walk.

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Hyatt Place

Located in the bustling Upper King neighborhood, Hyatt Place puts you steps away from everything Charleston has to offer.

Starting at $215 per night.

Distance to Gaillard: 15 minute walk.

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Hyatt House

Nestled in the heart of Charleston’s trendy Upper King Historic District, the Hyatt House offers extended stay amenities and unrivaled service.

Starting at $215 per night.

Distance to Gaillard: 15 minute walk.

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Hotel Bella Grace

As one of Charleston's newest boutique hotels, Hotel Bella Grace promises to deliver home-grown, locally-inspired hospitality and culture.

Starting at $279 per night.

Distance to Gaillard: 3 minute walk.

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Embassy Suites

Experience Charleston’s past with a stay at Embassy Suites, which is on the National Register of Historic Buildings and set in the original Citadel Military College.

Starting at $239 per night.

Distance to Gaillard: 5 minutes.

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See & Do

King Street

King Street

Named a “Top 10 Shopping Street” in the US, King Street boasts some of the city's trendiest restaurants, hotels, art galleries, and a lively nightlife.

SC Aquarium

South Carolina Aquarium

Charleston's #1 family attraction overlooking Charleston Harbor features interactive exhibits and over 5,000 amazing animals.

Charleston City Market

Charleston City Market

The Historic Charleston City Market is one of the nation's oldest public markets and the cultural heart of Charleston with food, art and crafts vendors.

Rainbow Row

Rainbow Row

A series of row houses near the historic waterfront is an iconic site in Charleston known for the bright pastel colors.

Gibbes Museum

Gibbes Museum of Art

Explore the Lowcountry's contemporary art scene at The Gibbes Museum, home to the premier collection of American art that incorporates the story of Charleston.

Cistern College of Charleston

The Cistern at College of Charleston

This historic landmark is located on the College of Charleston campus at George and St. Philip streets.

Transportation

Your guide to getting around the One Place conference and the Charleston area.

One Place Shuttle

While our preferred hotels and conference center are within walking distance, the OP shuttles will be operate throughout the conference between hotels, Gaillard Auditorium, and agenda networking events.

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Airport Services

The airport is located approximately 11 miles from downtown Charleston and is easily accessible by car, taxi, and shuttle. Additional details about getting to and from Charleston International Airport can be found here.

  • Rental Cars: Rental cars from Avis, Hertz, National, Enterprise, and Budget are available at the Rental Car Pavilion in the airport terminal, which is located at the end of the terminal near Baggage Claim.
  • Uber, Lyft, Ride-Sharing
  • Taxis & Shuttles
Around Town

Explore Charleston

Carriage Tours
  • Come tour historic downtown Charleston by horse-drawn carriage. You’ll see incredible homes, gardens, mansions, and learn about the history and architecture along the way.
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Arthur Ravenel Bridge
  • The Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge is the longest cable-stayed bridge in North America and is great for anyone who wants to run, bike, or walk it’s length in a 2.5 mile long pedestrian path. Once at the top, the views are breathtaking.
Fort Sumter
  • Charleston's "must do" - travel back in time by boat and experience where the Civil War began with Fort Sumter Tours. Boats depart daily from downtown and Patriots Point.
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Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum
  • Walk in the steps of heroes at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum, home of the USS Yorktown.
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Gray Line City Tour
  • Tour beautiful, historic Charleston SC from the luxury of our air conditioned mini-buses.
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Old Jail Tour
  • As seen on “Ghost Hunters” and “Ghost Adventures”, the tour explores Charleston’s most haunted building, the Old City Jail.
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Charleston Culinary Tours
  • Charleston Culinary Tours combine the best of Charleston history, food, and drinks with unique historic walking tours.
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Historic Charleston Walking Tour
  • Experience the charm of Charleston in a two hour walking tour with genuine local flavor. Along the way you will be entertained with anecdotes of colorful characters, notorious events and tales of days gone by.
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Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
  • Selected as one of "America's Most Beautiful Gardens", Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is one of the oldest plantations in the South.
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Charleston Tea Plantation
  • The Charleston Tea Plantation is America's largest working tea garden. Explore the 127-acre farm on foot or via trolley - and don't miss the factory tour to see the tea from leaf to bag.
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Waterfront Park
  • Enjoy a post-cocktail or pre-dinner stroll along The Battery, lined with stately, antebellum homes on one side and Charleston Harbor on the other.
Shem Creek
  • Flowing through the heart of Mount Pleasant, Shem Creek is known for its waterfront restaurants, kayaking, paddleboarding, and dolphin watching.
Sullivan’s Island
  • Sullivan’s Island - regarded as one of the most beautiful of all the beaches in the Lowcountry and filled with locals restaurants and shops.
Folly Beach
  • Trek to The Edge of America, better known as Folly Beach for its surf, beachside restaurants, food trucks, and outdoor activities
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Michelle Running
Lead Benefit Analyst, Human Resources
QBE North America