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Historic Charleston is a neighborhood in Charleston, United States of America. Historic Charleston can be found about 0.8 miles from central Charleston.

Situated close to Charleston Waterfront Park are the Wentworth Mansion and The Restoration. The Hilton Garden Inn Charleston Waterfront/Downtown and Planters Inn can be be found near the Denmark Vesey Monument.

Historic Charleston's more reasonably priced hotel options include the Days Inn Historic District.

For more upscale hotel choices in Historic Charleston, check out the latest deals at the French Quarter Inn and HarbourView Inn.

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If you're planning on visiting Historic Charleston, you might also like to check out hotels in Charleston. Charleston is a neighborhood that's situated 0.8 miles to the southeast of central Historic Charleston. Or you could check out Expedia's French Quarter hotels guide for places to stay in French Quarter, another Charleston neighborhood.

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You can tell your friends at home about the historical significance of the area after you take a visit to the local historic building, Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon. The Zero George Street and The Lodge Alley Inn are two nice nearby places to stay. One of the area's well-known historic landmarks is Gateway Walk. Make sure to include it on your to-do list. The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Charleston and Andrew Pinckney Inn are both nice and close to this attraction, so you'd be wise to check out what these hotels offer before you choose where to make a reservation.

If all that sightseeing in Historic Charleston has tired you out, drop by for a snack at The Restoration. Tourists wanting something more substantial can sit down to a meal at Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel. Zero George is a good place to kick-off your evening, whether whether you plan to continue on or just fancy a nightcap.