Hotels in Charleston

Peter Frank Edwards

For where to stay in Charleston, options run the gamut from traditional to contemporary, grand to boutique, urban to countryside to waterfront. Certa... Read More

For where to stay in Charleston, options run the gamut from traditional to contemporary, grand to boutique, urban to countryside to waterfront. Certain stalwarts still reign downtown, such as Planters Inn, Belmond Charleston Place, and the Mills House, but some of the best hotels in Charleston are new venues that offer fresh alternatives, particularly Zero George, the expanded Restoration on King, the Spectator Hotel, Grand Bohemian, and the utterly transformed Vendue art hotel. Many historic homes have been converted beautifully into inns and B&Bs equipped with modern amenities (Wentworth Mansion, John Rutledge House, Governor’s House, Jasmine House), and certain private short-term rentals are little-known gems (Beaufain Street Apartments, Zero Water Street, The Quarters on King). Charleston is intimate in scale, so no matter which hotel you pick, you’ll be well positioned.

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  • Grand Bohemian Hotel Charleston

    Brand new, this chic 50-room hotel (the latest from the Kessler Collection) boasts a micro-roast café, art gallery, wine tasting room, and even a 90... Read More

  • The Inn at Middleton Place

    A short drive west of the city, yet far enough to feel thoroughly removed, this modern inn incorporates large glass windows to connect guests to the... Read More

  • John Rutledge House Inn

    Ornate ironwork adorns this stately house on Charleston's main thoroughfare. Built in 1763 by a signer of the U.S. Constitution, the towering mansion... Read More

  • Planter's Inn

    The only Relais & Chateaux property in Charleston, this luxury inn sits on prime real estate at the entrance to the historic market. Staying at the... Read More

  • Renaissance Charleston Historic District

    Bold, contemporary colors accent these Marriott rooms, with upper suite balconies affording great views of the Holy City skyline, as does the rooftop... Read More

  • The Beach Club at Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina

    Many Charleston hotels cater to the couples market, but this one has all of the things a family craves, including two pools, spacious rooms, and a... Read More

  • The Dewberry

    Set in a repurposed midcentury modern office building, the Dewberry embraces a vintage, Mad Men-esque aesthetic. The intimate lobby has cherry-wood... Read More

  • The Governor's House Inn

    Tucked behind a garden fence on Broad Street, this 18th century Georgian home once belonged to a South Carolina governor (thus the name) and signer of... Read More

  • The Quarters on King

    Perched in the middle of Charleston's bustling shopping district, surrounded by boutiques and restaurants, this fully restored corner building features... Read More

  • The Restoration

    Its unique blend of edgy-urban-meets-southern-comfort has made this centrally located boutique hotel ultra popular since its 2010 opening. With exposed... Read More

  • The Spectator Hotel

    A sleek hotel just south of Charleston's historic city market, The Spectator channels 1920s glam with accents like hand painted wallpaper, a gilded... Read More

  • The Vendue

    This 18th-century warehouse has undergone a complete makeover, from its multi-tiered rooftop bar, to its ground floor coffee shop wallpapered with... Read More

  • Wentworth Mansion

    Built by a cotton baron, this stately Victorian residence-turned-hotel pierced the city's skyline long before its zoning board enacted height limits,... Read More

  • Zero George Street

    A gorgeously reappointed cluster of historic buildings interlaced with meticulously landscaped courtyards, Zero George is an oasis of luxury. Just to... Read More

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