IPD Hospitality to manage new Comfort Suites in North Charleston, S.C.

Exterior of the Comfort Suites North Charleston, S.C.

IPD Hospitality, a third-party management and consulting company, announced that the brand new Comfort Suites opened in North Charleston, S.C. IPD Hospitality’s president, Richard Norton, made the announcement.

Situated in North Charleston, minutes from historic downtown Charleston, the hotel is designed for business and leisure travelers alike. The rapidly growing North Charleston area is home to major corporations such as Boeing, Bosch, Mercedes-Benz Vans and Lineage Logistics, among others. Sightseers can access the South Carolina Aquarium, White Point Gardens, the Battery, the area beaches or attend special events such as the SPOLETO and the Charleston Food and Wine Festival.

The hotel consists of 98 suites. Guests will have access to a modern fitness center, an indoor heated pool, a business center, a conference room and a 24 Marketplace. The hotel’s suites are designed for stays of a longer length, and are outfitted with a refrigerator, a microwave, a sofa bed, in-room coffee and tea, a desk and a hair dryer. IPD Hospitality will be managing the property.

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“We are extremely excited and proud to introduce the Comfort Suites to the North Charleston market," Richard Norton said in a statement. "We are very fortunate to have such a great partnership with the owners and our team is excited to be a part of the North Charleston hospitality community."

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