Hotels in Charleston
Evidence of The Vendue’s history as an 18th-century warehouse can still be seen in many of the property’s 84 guestrooms, such as original wood beams and historic Charleston brick. The otherwise modern hotel, only a year old, has a strong dedication to the city’s arts.
Grand hotel with Georgian staircases and a 1-to-1 staff-to-guest ratio, in the heart of Charleston's commercial district. It's a family-friendly spot and one of the city's largest hotels (don't miss the magnificent spa).
Though less ornate than some of Charleston’s other top inns, the Restoration on King epitomizes Southern hospitality: fresh muffins, fruit, and bagels are delivered each morning in a picnic basket, wine and cheese are served in the lobby, and the nightly turndown service leaves behind cold milk a
Dating back to 1843, the Battery Carriage House Inn is located along the city's famous area known as The Battery and offers views of Charleston Harbor and historic Fort Sumter.
Charleston's newest luxury hotel, with the best skyline and harbor views in town, plus a charming rooftop bar and pool from which to take them in.
Room to Book: Even-numbered rooms on the second floor with balconies.
The ornate 21-room Second Empire–style mansion turned hotel dresses in subdued Victorian finery for the holidays with magnolia wreaths, old-world Santas, and two grand Christmas trees in the foyer. Nearly every room has its own fireplace. On your pillow at turndown: chocolate truffles.
If the walls at Woodlands weren’t so discreet, they’d tell a tale of antebellum grandeur, party-giving as civic duty, and romantic skullduggery.
Located in downtown, Andrew Pinckney Inn has 37 guest rooms and four suites near the city’s historic market.
Staying at the Planters Inn is akin to an overnight with well-to-do friends in their old Charleston mansion.
Stay at this unassuming inn in the heart of Charleston’s downtown.
The Inn at Middleton Place is located along the banks of the Ashley River near the historic, 1755 Middleton Place Plantation in Charleston, South Carolina. Guests at the inn have access to both the plantation’s house museum and gardens, established in 1741.
It’s a bit tucked away, but you’ll know you’ve arrived when you see this inn’s buttercup-gold facade just a stone’s throw from the dining tables at Hank’s Seafood.
This hotel is the epitome of hip, urban comfort. Each of the apartment-style suites here has a full kitchen, exposed-brick walls, separate bedroom(s), and windows overlooking King Street and Wentworth Street.
This place has a terrific location: It’s right beside the City Market, just down Church Street from plays and music at Dock Street Theatre, and in view of the Tuscan porticoes and iconic steeple of St. Phillip’s Church.