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Charleston Hotels

Find Charleston hotels in the city with a rich history and culture.

About 4 million people visit the city of Charleston, South Carolina every year. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]
©Jupiter Images, 2009
About 4 million people visit the city of Charleston, South Carolina every year.

Charleston hotels provide visitors with a glimpse of a South Carolina city that is rich in tradition, history and culture. According to Charleston.com, nearly 4 million people visit the city every year, enjoying the town's entertainment, culture and accommodations. Hotels near the center of the city give visitors the best vantage point for shopping for antiques, experiencing Charleston's Waterfront Park and enjoying horse-drawn carriage rides along cobblestone streets.

Historic Inns and Hotels

The Lodge Alley Inn is a collection of 18th-century warehouses in downtown Charleston that have been restored and transformed into a hotel.. The hotel plays off Charleston's early European heritage with interior decor that features reproductions, as well as parlors, fireplaces and original pine floors to add character. Suites in the hotel consist of modern kitchens, bathrooms and common living areas.

Belvidere Resort on Charleston Harbor, is located near Charleston's golf courses. Ten cottages offer both comfort and upscale resort amenities. Guests can take in the harbor and river views while enjoying exceptional service. The Belvidere cottages feature fireplaces, screened-in porches, more than one full bathroom, a jetted tub in the master bedroom and small amenities that families look for such as kitchens, washer/dryers and multiple TVs.

The Charming Inns of Charleston are inns and bed and breakfasts located right in the Charleston Historic District. They are surrounded by shops, boutiques, restaurants and historical attractions. Each inn offers guests a high level of personal service combined with well-known Southern hospitality.

The John Rutledge House Inn now serves as a bed and breakfast but was originally home to John Rutledge, one of the men who signed the Constitution. There are two carriage houses that guests can stay in, or they can choose the elegant rooms and suites in the main building. The inn boasts membership to the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Historic Hotels of America.

Kings Courtyard Inn has an entirely different feeling and flair than John Rutledge House Inn. It was designed to reflect the style of Greek Revival architecture, with 18th century historic and architectural touches. Like the John Rutledge House Inn, Kings Courtyard Inn is also a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Historic Hotels of America.

At the Victoria House Inn guests can choose between staying in guest rooms or studio suites and the Fulton Lane Inn is an antebellum bed and breakfast.

Wentworth Mansion is the only AAA Five-Diamond hotel in Charleston. It was built in 1886 as a home for a rich cotton merchant, Francis Silas Rodgers. The home is representative of the Gilded Age, designed to invoke drama and beauty. It has Tiffany-stained glass windows, detailed woodwork and hand-carved fireplaces.

Modern Accommodations

HarbourView Inn overlooks Charleston's historic harbor. It is just steps away from Waterfront Park, named one of the best public spaces in the United States by the American Planning Association According to Charlestownehotels.com, the AAA Four-Diamond property has exceptional service and some rooms have fireplaces, private balconies or a whirlpool tub. The hotel also boasts a rooftop terrace, where guests can watch the sunset above Fort Sumter and the Charleston harbor.

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