Construction of the Rising Sun Hotel began in 1894 and was completed in 1898. Built by Peter and Mamie Klaus, it originally served as a boarding house during the time that Columbia was an eastern railroad center. Because of the large number of railroaders who resided in Columbia, it is local legend that Mamie Klaus rose with the rising sun everyday to get the men off to work; and thus it required the name "Rising Sun". Perfect for area visitors seeking a long-term room rental. Not suitable for the weekend traveler.
Availability: Long Term, Monthly
Facility Amenities: Restaurant Nearby, Restaurant on site