SQL Saturday #48 – Columbia, SC – Recommended Hotels

Brian Kelley, 2010-09-06

If you’re thinking about attending SQL Saturday #48 – Columbia, SC and need a hotel room, our crew has done the research. Our criteria were:

  1. Clean and safe
  2. Close to the event
  3. Free Internet

We’re happy to announce that we have picked out 2 hotels that meet these criteria and if you mention SQL Saturday #48, they should give you a discount. Here is the information on the two:

Country Inn & Suites
2245 Airport Rd
Cayce, SC 29033
(803) 794-6200 
www.countryinns.com/columbiasc_airport
(Mention SQL Saturday #48 to get the discounted rate of $79.99 + taxes for standard room.
It will be $10 additional for a suite room if standard rooms are unavailable or if you would like to upgrade.)


Holiday Inn & Suites
110 McSwain Drive
West Columbia, SC 29160
(803) 391-4000
http://www.holidayinn.com/hotels/us/en/west-columbia/caeqt/hoteldetail?cm_mmc=mdpr-_-googlemaps-_-hi-_-caeqt
(Mention SQL Saturday #48 to get the discounted rate of $99 + taxes for standard room. Brand new facility)

 

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