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Mint House Greenville – Downtown

101 Falls Park Drive, Greenville, SC 29601

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Downtown Greenville vacation rentals in Falls Park


At Mint House Greenville – Downtown, you’ll experience the Southern hospitality that has earned Greenville its reputation as the friendliest city in the U.S. (according to Condé Nast Traveler), in a one, two, two-bedroom-with-office, or three-bedroom apartment rental with up to three times the space of traditional short-term rentals, a full kitchen, washer/dryer, free wi-fi, meeting space and 24-hour gym. All apartments offer spacious living areas for relaxing, entertaining and remote working. With beautiful views of the city’s landmark 28-foot tall Reedy River Falls right outside your door, you are just a scenic city stroll away from the celebrated mix of biking, hiking and nature trails; chef-owned downtown restaurants, including several like The Anchorage that have gotten James Beard Award nods; and cultural institutions like Furman University’s Upcountry History Museum, the Greenville Center for Creative Arts and the Peace Center concert hall, that have made Greenville one of the South’s most vibrant up-and-coming destinations.

About the Location

Whether you’re here to take in a show at the Peace Center; visit the beautiful Furman University campus; partake in the much lauded Greenville craft beer and farm-to-table culinary scenes; or commune with nature in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, downtown Greenville’s idyllic, walkable Main Street, dotted by public art and crowned by Liberty Bridge — a 345-foot long single-suspension pedestrian bridge from which you have a bird’s eye view of the Reedy River and the cascading waters of Falls Park on the Reedy — will make an indelible impression. And from your apartment rental at Mint House Greenville – Downtown, it’s all within a stone’s throw. (Or a baseball’s throw, in the case of Fluor Field where the Greenville Drive, an affiliate team of the Boston Red Sox, play in a stadium that perfectly replicates the dimensions of Fenway Park, down to its own Green Monster and seventh inning renditions of Sweet Caroline.) In the West End, the restaurants that have put Greenville on the culinary map will be your neighborhood eateries: from the modern Italian oyster bar Jianna, just two minutes away (reservations recommended for the dining room, but the first-come, first serve bar area features the full menu), to the authentic Upcountry tavern fare at Smoke on the Water. Or catch the free downtown trolley near Linky Stone Park to the nearby Village of West Greenville, where the Greenville Center for Creative Arts, with its First Friday open studios, is at the center of a buzzy burgeoning arts scene, fueled, in part, by specialty coffees at Unlocked Coffee Roasters and the eclectic destination dining at James Beard Award-nominated The Anchorage.

Standard Amenities

  • Contactless Check-In
  • 24/7 Customer Support
  • Professionally Cleaned
  • Complimentary Coffee/Tea
  • Shower/Bath Amenities
  • Fresh Towels
  • Keyless Entry

Special Amenities

Smart Check-In

Via the Mint House App

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Full Kitchen

Fully-equipped with stainless steel cookware, glassware, dishware and utensils.

Stock Your Stay

Grocery pre-stocking service that allows guests to seamlessly pre-order groceries to their Mint House apartment ahead of arrival.


Complimentary laundry pods are included in your stay.

Meeting Space

Ideal for meetings, team offsites, cocktail hours and private dinners. Our flexible, residential style event spaces include full kitchens, breakout areas and smart TVs.

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Outdoor Space

Room Types

One Bedroom Apartments

Two Bedroom Apartments

Three Bedroom Apartments

Local Favorites

Falls Park on the Reedy

In the heart of downtown, beautiful Falls Park is nationally recognized for its stunning waterfalls, lush gardens, walking trails, public art, and views.

Swamp Rabbit Trail

Drawing hikers and bikers from all over, Swamp Rabbit Trail stretches 22 miles, from Falls Park to Traveler’s Rest, a.k.a. the Gateway to the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Fluor Field

Watch the boys of summer play at the Greenville Drive’s home stadium, modeled after Boston’s Fenway Park. Right next door is the Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum.