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Travel

Getting to Aiken

For those travelling from afar, we recommend flying into any of the following airports and then driving to Aiken. For distances over an hour, we recommend renting a car versus Ubering.

  • Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) in Augusta, GA: ~30 minutes drive to Aiken
  • Columbia Airport (CAE) in Columbia, SC: ~1 hour drive to Aiken
  • Charlotte Airport (CLT) in Charlotte, NC: ~2.5 hours drive to Aiken
  • Atlanta Airport (ATL) in Atlanta, GA: ~2.5 hours drive to Aiken

Shuttles

We will be providing shuttles to Friday and Saturday events, from all of the hotels below.

Carriage House Inn

We have a wedding block at Carriage House Inn. Please call the hotel directly to book your room under the Steele Bhargava Wedding Block as soon as possible.

(803) 644-5888

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Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Aiken

We have a wedding block at The Fairfeld Inn & Suites. Please call the hotel directly to book your room under the Steele Bhargava Wedding Block as soon as possible, by 4/15/2024 at the latest.

(803) 648-7808

The Willcox Hotel

We have a wedding block at The Willcox Hotel. Please call the hotel directly to book your room under the Steele Bhargava Wedding Block as soon as possible.

(803) 648-1898

Fully Booked!

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Things To Do

Aiken is a historic town with a lot to do! Here are some things that we love to do in the area, if you are looking to fill some time between wedding events:

  • Take a drive down to "The Avenue of Oaks" on South Boundary street, the famous tree-lined street in Aiken
  • Take a stroll through beautiful Hopelands Gardens
  • Visit the Thoroughbred Racing Museum
  • Take a walk in the trails in Hitchcock Woods
  • Have a drink or dinner at the historic Willcox Hotel
  • While we don't golf much, there are also many highly rated golf courses in the area! (Augusta National is the most famous, but is also notoriously private, so may not be the best course to visit.)