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Belmond Charleston Place - Charleston Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$285

Belmond Charleston Place

205 Meeting Street, Charleston - Map
 
 
"Perfect location"
Ended up here  when we determined that the hotel we first checked into was not going to meet our needs.  Sooooo glad we changed hotels! Excellent location and amenities.  Service was top-notch, everyone was friendly and professional and the property was beautiful.
doll62 from Laurel, MD
Situated in the heart of Historic downtown Charleston, this property is adjacent to the City Market and within walking …More
The Meeting Street Inn - Charleston Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Meeting Street Inn

173 Meeting Street, Charleston - Map
 
 
This hotel is located in Charleston (Historic Charleston), close to Confederate Museum, College of Charleston, and USS …More
Wild Dunes - Destination Hotels & Resorts - Isle Of Palms Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$156

Wild Dunes - Destination Hotels & Resorts

5757 Palm Boulevard, Isle Of Palms - Map
 
 
A great location with good access to beach, which is nice a broad and great for walks. Early Nov. was a very pleasant time to be here. Crowds are gone but weather still nice. Room was very nice. Grounds were lovely.
Bettyintheburbs from Indiana
Located on the Isle of Palms, Wild Dunes is an oceanside oasis just 25 minutes from the charm & grace of historic Charleston …More
Charleston Kiawah Island/Andell Inn - Kiawah Island Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Charleston Kiawah Island/Andell Inn

300 Farm Lake View Road, Kiawah Island - Map
 
 
Situated near the beach in Kiawah Island, this hotel is close to Freshfields Village, Bohicket Marina and Kiawah Beachwalker …More
Elliott House Inn - Charleston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$232

Elliott House Inn

78 Queen Street, Charleston - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (12 reviews)
This inn is located in Charleston (Historic Charleston), close to Gibbes Museum of Art, College of Charleston, and USS …More
The Francis Marion Hotel - Charleston Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$179

The Francis Marion Hotel

387 King St, Charleston - Map
 
 
"Location"
Located in between the shopping district and all the up and coming restaurants on King St (which is the main street of the city). I walked everywhere and nothing was too far away. The hotel staff was unbelievably friendly and helpful. I don't have anything bad to write.
donnar from Toronto, ON, Canada
On Marion Square in the Upper King St Design District, within steps of the cities best boutiques, historic landmarks and …More
King Charles Inn - Charleston Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

King Charles Inn

237 Meeting St, Charleston - Map
 
 
"Excellent accommodations at an affordable rate"
The experience was above & beyond my expectations. The rooms are newly renovated...beauty & comfort abounds. The staff were very kind and attentive. The free parking was a definite bonus. And, although breakfast was temporarily not available due to renovations, the staff was quick to provide other tasty options that were easily within walking distance. We will likely visit again!
Ptownfan from Brunswick, ME, USA
Perfectly located on Meeting Street in the heart of Historic Charleston. Just one block to the famous market and within close …More
Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina - Mount Pleasant Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$129

Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina

20 Patriots Point Rd, Mount Pleasant - Map
 
 
"Very Happy!"
I spent two nights at the resort and was very comfortable and very happy with my stay. I liked being on the water away from Charleston, but the water taxi and Ollie trolly bus shuttles keep you connected to downtown.
VThomebody66 from Burlington, VT
With its own full-service marina on Charleston's historic Harbor, the resort is near a golf course, USS Yorktown, and Shem …More
Planters Inn - Charleston Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Planters Inn

112 N Market St, Charleston - Map
 
 
"The most accommodating staff in Charleston!"
The location of The Planters Inn could not be more convenient. No need for a car; everything is within walking distance. The restaurant is one of the best in the city; don't miss the coconut cake. The staff is attentive and have an amazing knowledge of the city and its attractions as well as the less touristy dining spots.
travl2 from New York, NY
Built in 1844, this beautifully restored inn is situated on Charleston's open-air City Market; the King Street Antiques …More
French Quarter Inn - Charleston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

French Quarter Inn

166 Church St, Charleston - Map
 
 
"Perfect location! Wonderful staff!"
We take very little time off from our business and want it to be as perfect as possible. The French Quarter Inn in Charleston certainly fit the bill. The room was beautiful and spotless. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The no extra charge breakfast room service was a definite plus. The location is great for easily walking to all Charleston's historic district has to offer. The city is wonderful and this inn is the place to stay. We also loved Cru Cafe and The MacIntosh restaurants. 
2Idocs from Indiana
This 50-room hotel with a circular, skylighted atrium abuts the City Market, Charleston's principal attraction, with blocks …More

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    Charleston, South Carolina Hotel Guide

    Charleston, South Carolina is often chosen on “best of” lists, and there’s a reason. Full of history and charm, Charleston offers just about every type of experience one could look for. This picturesque city offers hotels that are just steps away from the chance to experience some of our nation’s early history through museums and old plantation homes as well as modern cultural attractions. From cheap Charleston-area hotels with the basic comforts to ultra-luxurious historic accommodations with five-star amenities, visitors will find no shortage of options to choose from.

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    Hotels in downtown Charleston offer a chance to be near the city’s most popular attractions, while visitors who want to enjoy the spectacular coastline will find a number of fabulous hotels and resorts along the beach yet minutes from the action of the city. To be close to top historical attractions, travelers may choose one of the many outstanding North Charleston hotels. Those who will be making a business trip in Charleston can also expect to find numerous business hotel options in the area surrounding the convention center and close to great entertainment as well as upscale bars and eateries with a chance to relax and sip a cocktail in the evening.

    No matter what type of amenities you’re seeking, hotels in Charleston and the surrounding area offer the best that travelers could want. Discover upscale hotels with attentive staff that cater to your every whim to budget accommodations offering a warm and friendly welcome.

    Fabulous boutique hotels in Charleston often include lavish bath amenities, spas, on-site five-star dining establishments, and fitness centers. Visitors seeking a budget-friendly vacation will also find plenty of great Charleston lodging options that include a clean, comfortable place to spend the night with standard amenities like free Wi-Fi.

    Hotels in Charleston

    Visiting historic Charleston, SC, is like stepping into the past. Founded in 1670, the city was the site of major attacks during both the Revolutionary and Civil wars, and yet many buildings survived these battles and have been successfully preserved to this day. Stately mansions and vast plantations reminiscent of a bygone era lend the city of Charleston its unique charm. Horse-drawn carriages can still be seen traveling down the city's streets and locals have maintained their emphasis on southern hospitality. From its delectable Lowcountry cuisine to its beautiful skyline punctuated by church steeple after church steeple, this city is sure to enchant you. Travelocity is here to help you find the best rates on cheap hotels in Charleston, SC, so you can relax and start thinking about how you will spend your time once you've arrived in this charming city. Browse amazing deals on Charleston, SC, hotels online right now and take a trip to one of the friendliest southern cities in the country.

    What to See in Charleston

    While in Charleston, take time to visit Rainbow Row, the famous line of pastel-colored Georgian row houses on East Bay Street. These historic homes are thought to be among the most photographed sights in Charleston. Originally, the area was a center of commerce and shopkeepers lived in the buildings above their stores. Following the Civil War, however, the buildings on East Bay Street fell into disrepair and remained derelict, until they were renovated in the 1930s and 40s. It was around this time that they were painted the distinctive, bright colors that gave them their nickname.

    Also be sure to stop by Drayton Hall, one of the historic plantations characteristic of the old south. This sprawling mansion is an impressive example of Palladian architecture that has lasted through wars, hurricanes, and a major earthquake. The house is open daily, with the exception of certain holidays, and guided tours are included in the price of the tickets. Next, travel to nearby Magnolia Cemetery, where various elite members of society were buried, including Civil War generals and Charleston mayors. This atmospheric graveyard is a window into Charleston's past and a must-see for history buffs. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

    What to Do in Charleston

    If you like to stay on the move, there are plenty of things to do in and around Charleston. Rather than drive, tour the city on foot. A leisurely stroll through Charleston is a great way to appreciate all the wonderful examples of classic southern architecture, while also getting in some exercise. There are plenty of guided walking tours you can take that will bring you to the major sites and give you a glimpse of the city's fascinating history. The Charleston area is also home to many golf courses and country clubs. If you like to swim or surf, you might enjoy Folly Beach, a neighboring island city that Charleston locals lovingly call "The Edge of America." There is a peaceful air about Folly Beach, known for its slow pace of life and vast, sandy beaches. There are plenty of fantastic places to swim or surf here. "The Edge of America" is also perfect for a family day out or a quiet picnic.

    Treat yourself to a relaxing carriage ride through the historic streets of Charleston and escape into the past. There are a number of companies that offer tours of the city in horse-drawn carriages and these tours are a great way to learn about the area's history. Along with simply walking, a carriage ride is one of the best ways to view the city.

    For an educational experience, be sure to check out the South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston. With exciting exhibits that include a hands-on "Touch Tank," where visitors can touch and feel various smaller species with their bare hands, the aquarium is an incredible place to learn about marine life. Children and adults alike will be wowed by the aquarium's largest exhibit, the Great Ocean Tank, which consists of a two-story tank that holds 385,000 gallons of water and all manner of sea creatures. Of course, no Charleston vacation would be complete without a trip to Fort Sumter. This military fort located in Charleston Harbor is the famous site of the beginning of the Civil War. On April 12, 1861, Confederate forces fired upon Fort Sumter, where Union forces surrendered less than two days later. Today, this historic landmark is accessible by ferry or private tour boat. Don't pass up the opportunity to see the location of such a pivotal point in America's history.

    When to Go

    Summers in Charleston are usually hot and humid, which might slow you down if you intend to explore the city on foot. On the other hand, it's a great time to visit Charleston's beaches or take a boat out into Charleston Harbor. Temperatures are milder in the fall and the spring, making these popular times to visit. The city's famous architecture always offers plenty to feast your eyes on, but Charleston is particularly beautiful in the spring, when all the flowers are in bloom.

    Spring is a popular season to visit, so it might be more difficult to find affordable hotels in Charleston, SC, at this time of year. You can beat the crowds by visiting in the winter, when the temperatures are colder but still relatively mild. This is a great time to find the best prices on Charleston hotels. Charleston, SC, is an incredible place overflowing with southern hospitality and charm. Moving through its streets in a horse-drawn carriage, gazing out at its well-preserved historic buildings that have survived wars and natural disasters, one gets the strange feeling that the city is somehow immune to the passage of time. For a vacation that will inspire and enthrall, there's no place quite like Charleston. Travelocity can help get you find spectacular vacation packages and remarkable deals on Charleston, SC, hotels. So head down to Charleston for some Lowcountry comfort food and southern appeal. Book your hotel online now with Travelocity!

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