Francis Marion Hotel

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• Learn how the Francis Marion, named for Revolutionary War hero Francis Marion (the "Swamp Fox"), became an instant Charleston landmark when it opened in 1924. An award-winning restoration in 1996—comprising its grand lobby, elaborate moldings, ornate ironwork, and stunning crystal chandeliers—reclaimed the 234 original guestrooms that the hotel is home to today.



• Stay where many greats have rested during trips in years past. Elvis Presley stayed the evening of March 18, 1956, after giving two concerts at the Old County Hall, as did former President Barack Obama, on the campaign trail, in 2008.



• Discover views of Historic Marion Square, many church steeples, the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, and the beautiful nearby harbor. Guests will find themselves in the heart of downtown Charleston and, with a short walk beyond, are sure to arrive in the heart of Lowcountry history.

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