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Hopeland Gardens, Woodside Plantation Country Club, Citizens Park, Aiken Center For the Arts — Aiken's top attractions are among the best reasons to visit. Another good reason is all 91 Orbitz hotels, which rate highly for Hotel Staff and Location.


Get outdoors in Aiken

Not all of Aiken's attractions are indoors. Spend some time at Hopeland Gardens. Visiting Augusta Riverwalk Marina, too, is a good way to get outside.


Where to shop in Aiken

Go on the hunt for the perfect new look and gifts at Mitchell Shopping Center and Dillard's. Those perfect finishing touches and a little extra glimmer are likely waiting for you at and Dillard's.

If your home or iPhone needs sprucing up, hit up Dillard's's aisles and aisles of beautiful home goods, or pick up new tech and accessories at Aiken Computer.


Where to eat in Aiken

Traveling burns a lot of calories, and Aiken offers plenty of places where you can enjoy a quiet meal or break bread with the whole family. The dishes at Atlanta Bread Co, Zaxby's, Kobe, and Five Guys Burgers and Fries are good bets for refueling.


Getting to Aiken

Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Augusta Regional Airport, a major transportation hub for the area.


Toast to your vacation in one of Aiken's nightlife offerings. Among them, you'll find such lively locale as Cork & Bull Pub and Aiken Polo Club.


Get outdoors in Aiken

Not all of Aiken's attractions are indoors. Spend some time at Hopeland Gardens. Visiting Augusta Riverwalk Marina, too, is a good way to get outside.


Arts and culture in Aiken

While getting to know Aiken, tour the exhibits at Aiken Art Studio, Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and Museum and Aiken County Historical Museum to get your culture fix.

Aiken is the home of University of South Carolina Aiken and Project Services Group.


Best times to visit Aiken

What do January, February and December have in common? They offer some great travel deals in Aiken. If you book on Orbitz, you can save 52% in January, 52% in February, and 52% in December, on average.


Where to eat in Aiken

Traveling burns a lot of calories, and Aiken offers plenty of places where you can enjoy a quiet meal or break bread with the whole family. The dishes at Atlanta Bread Co, Zaxby's, Kobe, and Five Guys Burgers and Fries are good bets for refueling.


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Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Augusta-Washington Rd

Excellent Staff!! Excellent Hotel!!

The staff at this hotel is the best I have ever encountered anywhere! Not once did I pass by staff member and have them fail to greet me.

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1 day ago

5.0

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Aiken

First Time Stay

We are regulars to Aiken, SC. The Holiday Inn Express was a nice surprise! It's modern decor and vibrant staff was welcoming. Our four day stay was reasonable in cost, over all pleasant and the suite was well appointed. We were towing a cargo trailer and management made sure there was a secure within view place to park. The hotel breakfast had more than the average selection as well as healthy choices. The manager also had nightly social gatherings which made guests more relaxed. I am planning a return trip and will definitely book a room here!

A verified traveler

3 months ago

3.0

Clarion Inn & Suites

Not my first choice

Location is convenient to downtown and other places, but hotel is very basic and could use some updating. Bed was uncomfortable. Overpriced, but we were there during a high-demand time.

A verified traveler

2 years ago

3.0

Baymont Inn & Suites Augusta West

CLEAN, SUITABLE ACCOMMODATIONS

Conveniently located right next to I-20 & within minutes of the Masters Tournament. Rooms were very clean with furnishings a little worn. Appreciated the complimentary toothbrushes, toothpaste, shaving cream, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, & body lotion. Nice touch. There was what looked like a speaker vent on the wall in the bathroom from which noises were emanating. We kept the bathroom door closed so as not to hear them while we were sleeping. We were provided an ironing board but no iron. Breakfast was a bit below average. Food salty and orange juice watery. The price was exorbitant for the type of accommodation provided but typical for Masters week. The demand for accommodations allows the hotels to upcharge. Would stay here again for a short 3-day, 2-night trip to the Masters.

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9 months ago