Climb this hotel's grand staircase beneath a mammoth chandelier, past amazing palladium windows and into the lap of luxury. The beautiful lobby, the site of afternoon tea and after dinner coffee and liqueurs and the Lobby Lounge, is a quiet place for a nightcap. Offering historic southern charm with all the modern comforts and conveniences, including fine dining at the Charleston Grill and Palmetto Café, Charleston Place has 40 luxury suites available. The exclusive Club Level has concierge service and provides hors d'oeuvres and desserts in a magnificent drawing room.
This stately antebellum home, circa 1836, is the only Bed and Breakfast establishment that overlooks beautiful Charleston Harbor. Both suites have 12-foot ceilings and private piazzas with rocking chairs and a hammock where guests can lounge and enjoy cool bay breezes and a view of Fort Sumter. The Guest Room overlooks the garden and has a porch on which to enjoy the full continental breakfast provided each morning. The elegantly appointed rooms feature rich fabrics and lovely furniture accented with tasteful antiques and family heirlooms. Natasha Lawrence
4 Unity Alley combines the character of an 18th century warehouse exterior with contemporary rooms and modern amenities. Literally hidden in an alley, this bed and breakfast offers antique reproductions, beautiful gardens and huge rooms. The bed and breakfast caters to business travelers as well as families. Swimming, jogging, golfing and tennis can all be located within a short distance from the inn. A full breakfast is served in the formal dining room. A few credit cards are accepted but cash, personal check or traveler's checks are preferred.
South Carolina Governor Edward Rutledge was the youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence. He lived with his wife at this house on Broad Street, which has since become a National Landmark. Built around 1760, the building houses the quintessential bed and breakfast in Charleston. Innkeepers Karen Spell Shaw and Robert Hill Shaw are continuing three generations of lodging excellence. The Governor's House Inn is located in Charleston's historic downtown just a short stroll away from many of the city's attractions.
This understated yet elegant inn, circa 1843, is located in the Ansonborough district of downtown Charleston and is within walking distance of all the city's attractions. The main house features six oversized rooms furnished with antique reproductions, and some are graced with Italian marble bathrooms. The carriage house behind has four English-country style rooms. Each room a name such as the Mandarin Room and Chrysanthemum Room that reflect the character of the furnishings. The quaint courtyard makes a nice place to sip a glass of complimentary wine.
The Holiday Inn Express Charleston US Highway 17 & I-526 is a conveniently situated hotel that is located close to the Historic Downtown district as well as the Charleston International Airport. The hotel has modern facilities, include a business center and free wireless Internet. After exploring the Charleston area, hotel guests can relax in the outdoor swimming pool or get in a workout in the well-equipped fitness center. Start your day right with the hotel's complimentary breakfast.
The Comfort Suites West of the Ashley is an all suite hotel and provides a comfortable stay. Rooms include a mini refrigerator, microwave oven, WiFi, a flat screen television and more. There is an indoor heated pool that guests can enjoy, as well as a fitness center. Guests can also enjoy a daily continental breakfast.
Offering premiere accommodations at an exceptional price, the Hampton Inn & Suites Charleston-West Ashley has West Indies decor. The hotel has plantation shutters, a gracious lobby with heart of pine floors, antiques, and a beautiful courtyard with a pool.
Situated close to the historic district, the beautiful and uniquely "round" Holiday Inn Charleston Riverview captures the spirit of Charleston and invites you to enjoy the spectacular views of the cityscape and the Ashley River. The hotel is 14-story high and is circular so you'll have amazing views of the city and the water. Guests can also use the outdoor seasonal swimming pool.
The Sleep Inn is ideally located just three miles from Charleston's historic district with easy access to Interstate 26 and Interstate 526. This Charleston hotel is central to many area attractions, including the Citadel Mall shopping center, North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center, the Tanger Outlet Mall, Fort Sumter National Monument and the College of Charleston. The Charleston International Airport and Charleston Air Force Base are also just 10 miles away.