Suburban Extended Stay Hotel
1914 West Lucas Street
Florence, SC 29501
Phone: (843) 665-2575
Fax: (843) 665-2593
1914 West Lucas Street I-95 & US 52, Florence, SC, US, 29501
- Phone: (843) 665-2575
- Fax: (843) 665-2593
Nationally known car rental company that offers late model clean and dependable automobiles and vans with daily, weekly, and long term rentals available.
This company provides quality vehicles to customers at the most popular travel destinations.
America's passenger rail train that offers connecting motorcoach service between the station in Florence and the cities of Greenville, Spartanburg, Myrtle Beach, and Columbia, with intermediary stops in Camden and Conway.
Offers a wide range of rental vehicles that will fit any budget.
Provides no-hassle vehicle rentals to service all your travel needs.
A value-oriented car rental company that has a significant presence in the airport and local car rental markets.
Public transit bus that offers many routes and pickup sites throughout the Florence and surrounding areas.
Something for everyone is available at this multipurpose recreational facility that features a mile and a half walking, jogging, and biking trail, a five field softball complex, a small lake for fishing, a four field youth softball complex, picnic shelters with outdoor grills, a gymnastics facility, and a four field soccer complex.
First began as a Chapel, this church then formally came to be crowned as the Christ Church. Mostly known as a mission church, the church offered services such as wedding ceremonies, baptisms and then later officially came to be announced as a mission church which became a yearly homecoming service. The church organizes prayers on Sundays and morning prayers every first Sundays of the month followed by refreshments.
Dating back to the 1770s era, the current Hopewell Presbyterian Church building replaced the old structure in 1842. The church was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and also has a cemetery.
Offering late model, clean, and dependable automobiles and vans with daily, weekly, and long term rentals available.
Downtown Hartsville can trace its origins way back to 1845 when John Hart built the famous Hartsville Plantation here. Today this is one of the most pulsating precincts of the city that attracts tourists in plenty to the old museums, public heritage buildings, broad avenues, book stores, fish markets, boutiques, souvenir shops and art galleries. National holiday and festive celebrations are the norm in Downtown Hartsville.