Ratings based on 625 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Jupiter Florida
Great stay, close to everything, super staff!Posted May 24, 2015
Pros: Clean, comfortable, with a super staff willing to accommodate.
Cons: Nothing that comes to mind
Location: Close to everything in the Historic District of Charleston, you can walk to most everywhere from the inn.
Stayed at the Andrew Pinckney Inn for only one night/two days towards the end of May 2015. It is located central to everything and especially to see the sights of Charleston/Historic District. It is extremely pleasing, authentic, very comfortable and had an super rooftop view of Charleston. The staff are all very friendly and extremely accommodating/willing to please. You can walk most everywhere from the inn, use the free trolley (which was just a block away), or call upon a pedicab. My room was on the 1st floor, comfortable bed, lots of light but may get a bit noisy for some people from being so close to the street level (I took care of that by having the a/c fan on to add some white noise). Breakfast, along with and wine and cheese between 4:00-5:00 on the rooftop terrace is a really nice. I plan on returning and staying a bit longer in the near future ... I highly recommend this hotel.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Memphis
Great Hotel close to City MarketPosted May 20, 2015
Pros: Location, the wine and cheese at night and the fabulous breakfast
Location: In the Historic district and lots to do.
Hotel was fine our room was very comfortable and it was right in the middle of the old Charleston District within walking distance of everywhere we wanted to go. I look forward to staying at the Andrew Pinckney again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Apr 20, 2015
Great location - able to walk to everything. Very polite, helpful staff. Very nice breakfast & wine & cheese afternoon.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Orlando
A real Southern GemPosted Apr 15, 2015
Pros: The location was perfect. The décor and ambiance of the Inn was above our expectations.
Cons: We would liked to have had a full length mirror in our room. Mounted on the inside of the closet door would have been nice.
Location: The historic district, delightful eateries, more upscale shopping are all there. The horse & carriage tour is a must to do.
The Andrew Pinckney Inn located right in the heart of Charleston's historic district is a real "southern gem." The hotel has been very tastefully restored to give you the best of historic charm and modern amenities. The service we received during our stay was real southern charm and very accommodating. Even though the Inn does not have a restaurant, (not needed because of all the restaurants within a couple of blocks walking distance), they do have a complimentary continental breakfast buffet located on the terrace of the fourth floor overlooking the carriage barns and extending out to the bay. It was very pleasant sitting there watching all the horse drawn carriage activity. All the shopping, sight seeing and dinning we did during our stay was within walking distance of then Inn. The horse drawn carriage tours originated one block from the Inn.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Virginia
Lovely B and B in the heart of Charleston!Posted Apr 7, 2015
Pros: We enjoyed the whole stay and hated to leave. Glad there was valet parking off the street.
Cons: I called to clarify our arrival time and to ask about parking but had to call twice as I first got a recording.
Location: City Market, Battery, King St shopping, Meeting St and local restaurants are all within a 5-20 min walk. Carriage tours are just across the street.
We had 2 nights at the Andrew Pinchney Inn and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We arrived after midnight and the clerk on duty was very helpful and parked our car so we could get off to the room. The room was very clean, comfortable and attractively appointed. It is an old building but well-kept even with tilting staircases. It is part of the charm. The breakfast had enough choices for everyone: juice, coffee, milk, cereal, eggs, biscuits and gravy, etc. By 8am, the tables were usually full. We took our tray back to our room. The front desk folks were very pleasant and helpful printing maps when needed and giving advice if asked. Check-out was quick and easy and the valet brought the car to the front door. We had not needed the car for the whole stay due to the close proximity of all the restaurants, carriage rides, shopping, misc sights. We would definitely stay again. Easy access from Hwy 26.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom New Jersey
Nice staffPosted Apr 4, 2015
Pros: the daytime valet, a young guy (wish I asked his name) was super friendly and the desk clerk sporting a bow tie was as charming as he was helpful.
Cons: water bottles in the room
Location: great location
good location, comfortable and staffed with real nice people.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Chicago
Perfect in every wayPosted Mar 29, 2015
Pros: The rooms are beautiful, clean and quiet. We loved the continental breakfast which was out of the ordinary. The wine bar was perfect in the afternoon.
Location: We walked to the market and restaurants. Charleston Tours picked us up in front of the hotel. and brought us back. Very convenient.
My husband and I stayed for five nights and were very pleased with this hotel.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Lovely stayPosted Mar 21, 2015
Pros: Great breakfast and afternoon wine and cheese, Great spacious room...so comfortable.
Cons: Rugs could be updated
Location: Everything was nearby..can walk everywhere in the historic district.
Terrific staff and location. Everyone at the inn was so very helpful...just wonderful.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Aiken, SC 29801
Nice Inn close to restaurants and shopping.Posted Mar 3, 2015
Pros: The historic ambiance and location.
My husband and I had a very nice stay at the Historic Andrew Pinckney Inn. We were in town for business and found the location to be a perfect choice within only a block of our meeting and restaurants. Rooms were very quiet and comfortable. The staff was gracious and attentive. We especially enjoyed the breakfast and view of Charleston on the 4th floor. Overall we had a very good experience and will go again.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Toronto
Good old southern hospitatlity is alive and wellPosted Feb 28, 2015
Pros: In addition to the staff, this inn is a historic gem. Great to stay in a place with such gentle care applied to the structure.
Cons: The upstairs breakfast room can be a bit drafty and cool in the morning during the cooler winter months.
Location: This inn is at a perfect location; all the sightseeing spots are within easy walking distance and of course Charleston is flat as flat can be.
It's been said before that a smile goes a long way; the staff at the Andrew Pinckney Inn understand that and seem to do it naturally. A very friendly bunch, not just the front desk attendant and concierge but the tradespeople on-site, the breakfast room attendant and the room staff. Like most trips, the inn/hotel is a refuge at the end of a long day of touring. The folks at the Pinckney are a welcome sight.