HYATT REGENCY GREENVILLE
220 N MAIN ST
GREENVILLE, SC 29601- US
Group Rate: $159/night
(If calling, reference the Carbon Fiber Conference to get the discounted room rates!)
Hyatt Regency Greenville offers guests the perfect balance of Southern hospitality and modern amenities. Located in the trendy downtown area of Greenville, we’re near the area’s best dining, shopping, and entertainment. Whether you’re visiting Furman University, exploring Falls Park on the Reedy, or staying in town for business, you will find a welcoming room waiting for you in South Carolina.
Directions & Parking
Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Greenville, Hyatt Regency Greenville puts you within walking distance of more than 60 restaurants and shops. Enjoy easy access to the Greenville Zoo, Bon Secours Wellness Area, and Haywood Mall when you stay with us.
GPS Address: 60 Beattie Place, Greenville, South Carolina, United States, 29601
Indoor self-parking is available in Commons Parking, the four-level parking garage adjacent to our hotel. Please note that the maximum garage clearance is 6’8”. We have limited parking available for oversized vehicles; please contact the front desk to make arrangements.
Indoor self-parking with in-and-out privileges: $7.00 /Overnight
For guests flying into the area, we offer complimentary shuttle service to and from Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP). Please contact guest services 24 hours prior to your arrival to confirm shuttle times and arrange your pickup.
Unofficial Vendor Warning
The Carbon Fiber Team has received reports in the past from both attendees and exhibitors who have been solicited through various third parties to book hotel reservations in our chosen location. The Carbon Fiber Conference is NOT working with a third party housing company, and the only way to book a reservation through our room block is by contacting the hotels directly. The chosen hotel for our event will NOT reach out to individual companies to solicit reservations.
Additionally, numerous convention bureaus are reporting hundreds of complaints from trade show managers who are receiving similar reports from exhibiting companies who booked rooms through a “third party room broker” and ended up at sold out hotels with no reservations and no recourse for the payment of rooms. These brokers falsely imply they are affiliated with show management and secure deposits and/or full prepayment from exhibiting companies.