Make yourself at home in our Holiday Inn Express® hotels in Spartanburg, South Carolina. In no time you’ll be exploring the historic downtown of this pretty foothills city or touring rough-hewn frontier homes built by early Scots-Irish settlers.
Our Spartanburg hotels are near the Spartanburg Regional History Museum, where you can explore the city's heritage as a cotton mill town. It’s a short drive from our hotels in Spartanburg to Walnut Grove Plantation. Take a tour of this 1765 farmhouse and its blacksmith shop, barn and school. Hand-hewn logs and a fieldstone chimney are the simple hallmarks of the Seay farmstead, the oldest home in Spartanburg. After a good night's sleep at our Spartanburg hotels, pick up a free map from the visitor's center and take a self-guided tour of the Greer Downtown Historic District. It's a charming small-town tableau of early-20th-century commercial architecture.
Our hotels in Spartanburg are close to downtown’s quaint shops and cafes. Nearby is the site of the Saturday Hub Cities Farmer's Market, in the restored Magnolia Street Train Station. Buy a basket of sweet South Carolina peaches to take home. Ask about the “meat and three”—that would be three side dishes of your choice—at Wades Family Restaurant, a Spartanburg dining institution. Or go classic American at the Beacon Drive-In. South Carolinians rank its juicy burger the best in South Carolina. Find a lively after-hours environment almost any night at the downtown clubs and bars, close to our Spartanburg hotels.
Book your room at our Holiday Inn Express hotels in Spartanburg for the city's laid-back pleasures. Enjoy the rides and music at the Spring Fling in May, and celebrate local peaches at the South Carolina Peach Festival in July. Or take in the region's natural beauty at one of Spartanburg’s five free arboreta, open year-round.
With this hotel's convenient location in Greenville, SC you'll never run out of things to do. Performing and visual arts are so abundant in Greenville that any weekend forces hard choices: symphony or blues? art opening or live theater? ballet or touring Broadway show? Downtown is filled with galleries and performance arts venues, most notably the Peace Center, which has two indoor theaters.