Quick romantic getaway with my wife. Hotel was very close to everything we wanted to do/ see in downtown Charlestown. Room was very nice, comfortable and quiet. Staff was great and very helpful. Peninsula grill was best meal while we were there, truelh great start to finish.
Traveller from pgh, pa
Built in 1844, this beautifully restored inn is situated on Charleston's open-air City Market; the King Street Antiques …More
"Excellent hotel. Great location. Wonderful staff."
We were celebrating our 45th anniversary and the staff helped to make it a very memorable occasion - from the complimentary champaigne to the chocolate dipped strawberries. We were treated as royalty Thank you.
Traveller from NC
This 50-room hotel with a circular, skylighted atrium abuts the City Market, Charleston's principal attraction, with blocks …More
Zero George is located in Charleston's historic district and is comprised of four separate houses that make up the hotel property. You feel like you are staying in a small neighborhood as opposed to a hotel. Staff friendly and attentive and location very quiet.
Location is ideal for taking walks through the city's historic district and is near Charleston's thriving restaurant section.
Located in Historic Charleston, this historic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Charleston County Public Library and …More
Weekend in Charleston SC for my daughter and I. We have no complaints at all about our stay. Friendly staff, comfortable and clean room. We were blessed to stay in a room that had recently been remodeled.
Traveller from North Carolina
Surrounded by 18th-century buildings in the city’s historic district, Belmond Charleston Place is a block from the antiques …More
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.
Traveller from Jupiter Florida
Located in Historic Charleston, this inn is within a 15-minute walk of Charleston Legends and Lore Ghost Theater and College …More
We spent 3 nights at the Indigo this May. We enjoyed so many things about it. Our room had been recently remodeled and had a sofa and chair, a safe for our belongings, and a nice new shower. We enjoyed our room right on the courtyard and could step out to sit at the table and chairs. Everyone ate breakfast outside. Loved the breakfast of fruit, eggs, yogurt. Also, enjoyed the afternoon snacks and lemonade.
The location could not have been better for walking all over the historic district and down to the waterfront. We walked everywhere.
Great free internet.
Traveller from Northern California
Located in Historic Charleston, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Congregation Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim and College of …More
Dating back to Colonial times, Charleston, home to 120,000 people, was nearly obliterated during the American Civil War. However, some historic buildings remain and are popular destinations, including Fort Sumnter, Boone Hall Plantation, and the Old Exchange Buildings. The South Carolina Aquarium, home to 10,000 plants and animals, is another popular tourist attraction.