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out of 11 reviews
“Great Hotel, Great Location”
Could not have asked for more....Convenient to the best that Charleston has to offer in the way of shopping and dining...
“Great Historic Downtown Visit”
The Courtyard has only been re-open about a month since it was purchased from another chain and the interior spaces are clean and new. The concierge was in the lobby assisting people just every time we walked through. In fact, we got a tip from the concierge about a comedy improv show the Wed. night we arrived (it was $5!!) that was great fun. Wouldn't have found that without her help. There is a lovely cafe/bar area also. I would recommend the drinks and starbucks menu but the breakfast I ordered wasn't anything like it's photo on the menu - For breakfast, try Virginia's on King St. mmmmm best b-fast ever!! The only down side is that there is another wing of hotel under construction and it was right outside our window, so if you want to sleep past 8 am bring earplugs. We were busy doing things so it wasn't an issue for us early risers but the jackhammer was a bit of a surprise first thing in the am. Great location with safe parking (there is a charge) both above and below ground on site. We parked when we arrived and didn't touch the car again until we left. Use the DASH free trolley to get around!
“birthday visit to charleston.”
the only negatives we could come up with were the parking situation and the room not ready at checkin time.... all onsite parking was taken at the normal checkin time. we were given an offsite parking pass in a lot two blocks away, and then were still charged $14 for parking!!!
The Courtyard Charleston Historic District was a great place to stay and the location was perfect (right at the edge of the historic district}. It was within easy walking distance to everything. The staff was very helpful, especially Kevin, the concierge. He had a lot of information on Charleston and gave us some great tips on what to see and where to eat. We stayed in the newer wing, which was really nice. The only drawback was the lack of parking spaces but in Charleston, parking seems to be at a premium. We had a great time and would stay again at this Courtyard. Actually, we met a couple, while staying in Savannah, and recommended the Charleston Courtyard.
“Concierge exceeds expectations!!”
Despite the room quality, which needs a little upkeep (scuffed walls, dirty carpet), I will always chose to stay at this hotel for two reasons: 1- location. This hotel is well-positioned if you are visiting CofC or if you are enjoying the many sites of Charleston. 2-concierge services! There are not enough superlatives to describe this service. Elizabeth literally MADE our trip to the city fun, engaging, and informational. She was not only helpful, but genuinely knows and loves the city. Everything she suggested from tours to dinner was a hit, and she goes out of her way to be helpful and help you feel comfortable. We left the city feeling like we had a good grasp of the history and current flare and feeling as if we had made a new friend. Kudos to the hotel for this service. And thank you, Elizabeth! We'll be back!
“Modern amenities in a Historical area”
Excellent hotel, ideal location for checking out historical Charleston, but the parking is extremely limited.
Location was good. Concierge was great. Room was large as well as the bathroom.
“Good location for walking”
This is a nice hotel in a convenient location to walk throughout the historic district. Too bad breakfast isn't included in the price of the room but we found a good breakfast place by the city market.
“Nice, but more expected for the $.”
We stayed for 3 nights in early April. We were initially given a corner room with a view of another brick corner room. Terrible. But we lucked out when I noticed a cracked window and we were immediately moved to a great room on the 5th. floor with a view of downtown Charleston. Overall, service was good, the staff very friendly, a GREAT consigliere, reliable internet connections, and modestly priced parking at $14. a day (good for Charleston). However, the pool was too cold to swim in, no restuarant, no real gift shop, little variety in TV channels unless you pay, and at least a mile to the market area with no hotel shuttle. For the cost, I'll stay closer to downtown next time. City shuttles are free but you have to wait 20 or more minutes at times and then they are often full and don't pick you up.
The female concierge was amazing! She knew exactly what to do and recommended the best restaurants!