Belmond Charleston Place
205 Meeting Street
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Located at the very heart of downtown Charleston, in the historic district and within walking distance of all the major attractions, Belmond Charleston Place is the perfect base for a city adventure. We effortlessly blend gentility and old-world charm with a leading-edge spa and innovative cuisine. Stay with us and find an endless choice of things to do. For a true taste of Southern charm, Belmond Charleston Place leaves nothing to chance. Luxurious fixtures and fittings dance between modern elegance and old-world style. For leisure or business, indulgence is always guaranteed.
Information about guest COVID-19 safety can be found here.
The room rate is $214 including tax and destination fee.
There are 3 ways to book your rooms:
- Call the Belmond Reservations Office at 800-831-3490
- Email Belmond Reservations Office at email@example.com
- Book online here
If you are playing in the Yamaha Golf Outing on September 29, please adjust your arrival date accordingly.
Reservations must be cancelled 7 days prior to arrival or the first night deposit will be forfeited. A failure to cancel the reservation prior to the day of arrival will result in a cancellation fee for the full length of stay.
Deadline for booking your accommodations is September 21, 2020.
Tuesday, September 29
Tee Times starting at 1:00pm
Additional $199 fee and separate registration required.
Daniel Island Club
600 Island Park Drive
Charleston, SC 29492
Beresford Creek Golf Course
Playing 7,293 yards from the championship tees, the Tom Fazio-designed Beresford Creek course is a par 72 course that traverses pristine marsh, creeks and waterways, providing incredible views. In traditional Fazio style, holes have been shaped and contoured to create challenge and drama for players at every level. The course was named among the nation’s top real estate courses by Golfweek magazine in 2000, the year it opened. “The Beresford Creek course has its own distinctive character and feel,” commented Tom Fazio. “This is partly because of the width and placement of the holes, the massive trees, the open marshes along the fairways—and the position of the holes along expansive corridors of land.”
Enjoy a reception immediately following play!