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Inn at USC
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Only $99 for a One Night Stay at the beautiful, historic Inn at USC in any King Suite, breakfast for 2 and 2 complimentary drink tickets for the Manager's Reception (A $200 Value)!
About Inn at USC
People often do things in hotels that they would never do in their own homes, such as sleep soundly, watch Marley and Me, or let the kids drink as much shampoo as they want.
Let loose with the WIS Deal of the Week: for $99, you get a one-night stay in any of our beautiful king suites, breakfast for 2 and 2 complimentary drink tickets to our Manager’s Reception at the Inn at USC, located in the University of South Carolina's picturesque Horseshoe section of campus (up to a $200 value).
The Inn at USC hosts travelers in a vintage-inspired historical boutique hotel coupled with modern amenities. Spacious king suites sprawl into separate sitting rooms with kitchenettes and wet bars, and suites' deluxe bathrooms may flaunt both walk-in showers and garden or whirlpool tubs. Vaulted ceilings gaze lovingly at lush damask-inspired drapes in some units, while others extend into private balconies, perfect for rehearsing a lovelorn soliloquy to an audience of borrowed pillows. The Inn at USC's has extensive amenities, wireless Internet, cable television with HBO, complimentary toiletries, and more. Upon waking up in the king-size, triple-sheeted pillow-top bed, guests may stroll to the Palmetto Room for a made-to-order hot breakfast served with coffee, tea, juice, pastries, and fruit.
The Inn at USC's front desk is staffed 24 hours per day, poised for requests for fresh towels and even tinier shampoos from guests in its 117 rooms and suites. The lobby and welcome center are housed within the historic Black House, a home built in 1910 by local businessman John Jefferson Cain, which was renovated and included in the Inn's construction in 2005. The hotel's unique blend of Georgian and art-deco design, marble fireplaces and countertops, and refined woodwork set a distinctive, old-school scene for trips, business meetings, weddings, and fake time-travel events.