Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Downtown Charleston
Ring in the New Year Charleston style! Take a New Year’s Eve vacation to Charleston to spend time seeing all the great Charleston sights while taking advantage of all the after-Christmas shopping that Charleston has to offer. Stay at the King Charles Inn, a historic downtown Charleston hotel, to make sure you are close to all the action and nightlife for your New Year’s Eve celebration. The comfortable guest rooms at the King Charles Inn come in several different sizes to accommodate you, no matter how many people are in your party. If you are looking for something to do on New Year’s Eve, besides watching the balldrop in Times Square on the LCD TV located in your guest room, here are a few of Charleston’s Best NYE festivities:
The 3rd Annual Platinum Ball– A newly started tradition; the Platinum Ball is held at the Hippodrome Theater in downtown Charleston and will showcase the best local bands and DJs for entertainment. There will also be a special guest host, champagne toast at midnight and surprise performances and you do not want to miss all the fun festivities they have planned.
Winter Carnival– The kids don’t want to be left out of the fun either. Take them to the Winter Carnival located at James Island County Park in Charleston. This event features jump castles, a carousel, a climbing wall, amusement rides and a fireworks show. Plus this event ends at 11 pm, so you can be safely back in your boutique Charleston hotel room by midnight to watch the ball drop in Times Square.
Yorktown Countdown – countdown to 2013 on the US Yorktown Aircraft Carrier! This 21 and up only party features the 12-piece party band, Liquid Treasure. The band features trumpets and horns, keyboard and saxophone, amazing vocalists and more and as has played alongside Hootie and the Blowfish and the even headlined President Bill Clinton’s Inaugural Ball. There is going to be tons of dancing and an open bar. The party starts at 9 pm and won’t end until 1 in the morning.
If ringing in the New Year sounds like a great idea to you. Book your stay at the King Charles Inn in historic Charleston today!