Convenient Charleston, West Virginia Hotel near the University of Charleston
Charleston, West Virginia offers a rich array of entertainment and cultural activities, and our accommodations are ideally located in the midst of it all. The region's social calendar is filled with events year round, and Charleston is home to Mountain Stage, a weekly live-performance music program broadcast throughout the U.S. and abroad. The Charleston Civic Center hosts headline concerts and sporting events, while The Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences is the state's premiere cultural and performance showplace. Opened in 2003, the quarter-million square-foot facility hosts a 1,880-seat concert hall, art museum, science theater, 70mm large film theater, planetarium and an array of learning exhibits.
Enjoy the following attractions near our Charleston, West Virginia hotel:
- West Virginia State Capitol Building (4.0 miles)
This beautiful building, designed by Cass Gilbert, is surrounded by lovely, well-kept grounds and is open for guided tours during the week.
Phone: +1 (304) 558-2234
- University of Charleston (4.0 miles)
Visit the nearby campus of this expansive local university, which attracts students from all over the world.
Phone: +1 (800) 995-GOUC
- East End Historical District (5.0 miles)
A nicely preserved neighborhood consisting of buildings mostly constructed between 1895-1925.
Phone: +1 (304) 344-3879
- Appalachian Power Park (7.0 miles)
This stadium is home to West Virginia's minor league baseball team, the West Virginia Power.
Phone: +1 (304) 344-2287
- Charleston Town Center (7.5 miles)
Near our hotel's Charleston, WV location, shoppers can enjoy a variety of stores at this expansive mall that is great for shopping as well as dining.
Phone: +1 (304) 345-9525
- Cato Park (9.5 miles)
A peaceful retreat from the city, Cato Park features swimming, picnic areas and a nine-hole golf course.
Phone: +1 (304) 348-6860
- Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences (10.0 miles)
This unique building houses the performing arts, visual arts and sciences, with frequent events. It is also home to the Avampato Discovery Museum and the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra.
Phone: +1 (304) 561-3570
Receive your free copy of the visitor's guide.
Courtesy of www.charlestonwv.com/.