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Set in North Augusta, Holiday Inn Express - North Augusta South Carolina, an IHG Hotel features an outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, shared lounge, and free WiFi throughout the property. The First Impression Once Entering The Hotel Was Very Nice and Clean. Front Desk Attendant Was Very Nice And Helpful.
Located in North Augusta, Lookaway Inn features a garden, terrace and free WiFi throughout the property. First timer and I would highly recommend to everyone. Very roomy, large bath and our room had a balcony. Wish I could have stayed longer in North Augusta. Loved the decorations and the location (close to several nice restaurants), too.
This North Augusta bed and breakfast offers bicycle for hire and features a fireplace and DVD player in every room. The Augusta Canal and Riverwalk Augusta are 2 miles away. Breakfast was delicious with a true southern flair. Prepared and delivered to the table by the owners with fantastic hospitality. Truly amazing home with so many stories from past ownership and famous visitors.
Augusta Museum of History and Imperial Theatre are within an 8-minute walk of this motel, which features an outdoor pool. The spacious rooms at Augusta Budget Inn offer cable TV with HBO. The rooms were nice and clean. The staff was very friendly! Will go back again my next visit.
Holiday Inn Express Augusta Downtown provides free WiFi and rooms with air conditioning in Augusta. Featuring free shuttle service, this property also provides guests with a seasonal outdoor pool. Breakfast was great, front desk was very helpful for my first stay
I only experienced the hotel area and I would highly recommend the whole riverfront property area with ball park and restaurants across the street, not to mention a beautiful view from the rooftop bar area.
Close to great golf and fascinating history. Some good local eateries and beautiful walks. The history of the area is breathtaking and not often told. Who knew Nirth Augusta contained the largest wooden structure in the world in 1910, the Hampton Terrace Hotel (which burned down in 1916). Lovely old homes and broad streets and a stunning riverfront intrigued us.
The people in this town are so super nice - everywhere you go. We ate in a little place called Juniper - so cutely decorated, and the food was great - get the corn chowder! I don't even like corn chowder, and it was wonderful! Make it a point to stop in at Ridge Antiques and Dry Goods - BEST antique store I've ever been in - genuine antiques; no junk and the prices were unbelievable reasonable. The owner even keeps a list of things people are looking for so that she can contact you if she comes across it. Also, The Nut House was a great find - homemade pralines, brittle, chocolate dipped and spiced nuts made on site - incredible. We spent some time just driving around taking in the scenery. A great area for a weekend getaway.
Obviously tremendous financial expenditures have been made to enhance life for residents and visitors. We were quite smitten with the trail systems and impressed with the new baseball stadium under construction and the improvements being made to an already amazing sports complex. The Hammond Ferry area was great and we especially enjoyed The Larder.
Walk or bike the Greenway, enjoy the small town atmosphere, eat some great barbecue, and eventually enjoy a great minor league baseball game at our new stadium to be completed by next season. We have an old style 'sock hop' era drive in restaurant called the Sno-Cap, as well as several barbecue restaurants, an antique mall, an old-fashioned ice-cream parlor. We're right across the river from Augusta, Ga., which has a civic center, numerous golf courses and other entertainment locations.
First timer and I would highly recommend to everyone. Very roomy, large bath and our room had a balcony. Wish I could have stayed longer in North Augusta. Loved the decorations and the location (close to several nice restaurants), too.