Ratings based on 149 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by BJ from Virginia
Prime location but noisy and overpriced.
Posted Jan 29, 2013
Location: just off of Meeting Street on Queen
The hotel is in a prime location, but being next to the "hottest" new restaurant in Charleston --Husk--has made staying there very noisy. There was partying until way past midnight on Saturday night at Husk, and early every morning the trash truck came to take away a dozen containers of trash. Luckily we had earplugs that wiped out the most egregious of the noises. The room itself was fine, if a little small, but certainly well maintained and clean. We did get tired in our 4-night stay of the same second-rate banana muffin and low-fat yogurt for breakfast. A breakfast buffet would have been appreciated for the nearly $300 per night charge.
by Jane from Baltimore, MD, USA
Posted Jan 24, 2013
Pros: complimentary wine, sweet tea, lemonade and cheese was awesome after a busy day out and about.
Cons: no closet
Location: Perfect. Located close to the great shopping on King Street and right next store to 3 amazing restaurants.
The Elliot House Inn is a lovely bed and breakfast with a fantastic location in town. The only downside of our stay was that our room was just a bit too small without a closet to hang our clothes. Other than that, out stay was perfect.
by Pat from North Augusta, SC, USA
Not up to expectations. We were disappointed.
Posted Jan 13, 2013
Pros: Court yard was nice. The inn is right in the middle of everything.
Cons: breakfast and plainness of room
Location: great location
Room was compfy but plain. We expected much more. Breakfast was a huge disappointment for a B&B. Just the basic continental breakfast and the choices were limited. I've had much better at a chain motel. We passed on breakfast the second day and ate at Toast. Now there's a great breakfast. It's in the Days Inn on Meeting Street. Parking is off site and costs $20.00 a day. Other B&Bs we stayed at in Charleston validated parking tickets and your parking was free.
by Katherine from Toronto, ON, Canada
Noisy and disappointing.
Posted Jan 7, 2013
Pros: Outdoor hot tub
Cons: Noisy, staff not overly friendly
Location: Location is great and very close to everything
If you stay in this hotel make sure you are not on the ground floor or even the upper floors near the street. Our room was tiny, basic and extremely noisy. We were woken at 6am by a garbage truck and the noise continued with some kind of road work. The staff did not go out of their way to be helpful and overall this hotel was a huge disappointment for our one night in Charleston. The only saving grace was a relaxing time in the outdoor hot tub later in the evening, which was very quiet. I am sure there are much better place to stay with higher value for your money.
by Richard from Pinehurst, NC
Good short stay hotel
Posted Jan 20, 2013
Pros: Location, convenient parking, pleasant staff
Cons: Small room is fine for a few nights, but not longer.
Location: Can walk everywhere..two great restaurants are next door.
This hotel is central, with everything in walking distance. The rooms are small but well appointed, although there is limited closet space and the shower control in our room was difficult to use. Breakfast is modest but adequate, and it is nice have it delivered to your room. The courtyard is potentially very attractive, but needs sprucing up. On the whole, we enjoyed our stay.
by Matt from Durham, NC
great location and charm
Posted Jan 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
The Elliot Inn is located on Queen Street, a block a way from King and Broad, in a very nice and convenient part of town. Husk and Poogan's Porch, two well rated restaurants, are right down the street. The Inn itself was charming and well decorated with ornate furniture/paintings and a four poster bed. Breakfast choices were a bit lacking, featuring store bought bagels, commercial yogurt with a crushed up granola bar, and Raisin Bran. They do offer the option to deliver it to your room though, which is nice. Also the hot water in the shower ran out in less than 5 minutes. While it was the morning, I personally still find it unacceptable for the hot water to run out in a hotel/inn, ever.
by Elaine from Amesbury, MA
Posted Jan 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
The location of this property is ideal. It is walkable to many restaurants. The restaurant, Husk, which is considered one of the top restaurants in Charleston, is directly next door. Just be sure to make your reservations for Husk several weeks ahead! There is a wonderful walking tour that operates out of the Mill House, across the street. The ambiance of the court yard is lovely. Some of the desk personnel are more knowledgable and helpful than others. There is an elevator to bring your luggage up, if you are on a higher floor. The continental breakfast is a plus, and you can choose what time you would like it delivered to your room or the courtyard. There is a hot tub, which we did not use. There is a complimentary wine and cheese reception, in the courtyard, every day at 5pm. Brandy is complimentary at the reception area. A lot of nice perks, and a lovely location to walk around.
by Laura from Lexington, SC
Great hotel for couples.
Posted Jan 16, 2013
We were lookining for something other than your typical hotel and found this on the internet. The room and bathroom were spotless. The location was great & the staff was friendly. There is no on site parking, but there is a parking garage across the street. The 5:00 wine and cheese was nice outside in the courtyard. Will definitely return.
by Cheryl from From upstate NY
Nice atmosphere great location
Posted Jan 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
Our first visit to Charleston. We found the accommodations very pleasant and the location terrific to explore from.
by A verified traveler
Posted Jan 13, 2013 on Hotels.com