Hotels in South Carolina
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.
The resort occupies 1,600 acres of private oceanfront property, with the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Intracoastal Waterway on the other.
Flanked by grand white pillars and big oak trees, The Willcox is filled with historic southern charm.
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).
Spend the night in Beaufort at the 190-year-old antebellum plantation manse one block from the Intercoastal Waterway.
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.
Five hundred vacation villas that share the same barrier island and amenities as the Sanctuary (No. 6).
Hotel compound that melds European luxury with Southern hospitality on the first tee of the famed Harbour Town Golf Links.
The 25 pine-paneled rooms are beach-rental basic: think patchwork quilts, ceiling fans, and half-baths (caveat: you’ll be sharing the showers, which are scattered throughout the property).
Like a super-sized Tara, the Sanctuary at Kiawah Island belongs to a fictional plantation family. In the morning room, a portrait of the “Mistress” presides over moss-green brocades, floral drapes, and porcelain bibelots. The “Master” hangs his hat in the lobby bar.
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.