Charleston

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North of Broad
15 reviews
Housed in a circa-1886 mansion, this “breathtakingly beautiful” “gem of a hotel” tucked away on residential Wentworth Street features “luxurious” rooms furnished with antiques. — Zagat
9
North of Broad
16 reviews
Elegantly furnished luxury hotel located in Charleston's historic district close to restaurants, shops, and attractions. — DK Eyewitness
9
North of Broad
13 reviews
The Restoration is a sleek, swank, and new-South-styled boutique hotel with over-the-top amenities that include an on-site boutique, complimentary bike rentals, and in-room iPads. — Fodor's
8
North of Broad
13 reviews
Surrounded by Charleston’s iconic colonial homes and cobbled streets, Zero George hotel is a breath of fresh air into an historic town that walks the fine line between traditional and modern. — Mr & Mrs Smith
8
North of Broad
16 reviews
Old World charmer in the heart of Charleston, with a popular restaurant and wedding-favorite outdoor courtyard. — Jetsetter
8
North of Broad
11 reviews
Champagne awaits guests upon check-in, and the rooms are decorated in vibrant shades of red, gold, and black, with toile bedspreads and damask upholstered furniture. — Afar Magazine
8
North of Broad
12 reviews
The hotel embodies the graciousness of historic Charleston, while at the same time venturing tastefully into the 21st century, most notably with its rooftop swimming pool. — Gayot
8
North of Broad
11 reviews
If you want to be right in the historic district, this hotel in an old shipping warehouse is steps from the harbor, Old City Market, and Lower King Street's antique row. — Concierge
8
9 reviews
Charming, mid-century modern stay in downtown Charleston with up-to-the-minute amenities and a swanky dining scene. — Jetsetter
8
North of Broad
7 reviews
Location, location, location is the main draw of this historic hotel, set just across the street from Marion Square, home to the Charleston Farmers Market. — Travel + Leisure
8
South of Broad
10 reviews
The "spacious rooms" have Italian-marble fireplaces, period furnishings, and canopy or four-poster beds, creating a "very romantic ambience." — Condé Nast Traveler
8
North of Broad
7 reviews
This three-story inn manages to convey some of the personalized touches of a B&B. — Frommer's
8
North of Broad
6 reviews
A central atrium done up with burnished pine, exposed beams and nautical-themed oil paintings makes this intimate Historic District hotel feel like being inside an antique sailing ship. — Lonely Planet
$119
8
9 reviews
An upscale hotel situated on the historic Middleton Place Plantation with beautiful gardens, landscaped lakes, and a scenic river. — Oyster
8
South of Broad
8 reviews
A landmark bed-and-breakfast with a rich atmosphere, The Governor’s House Inn is located in Charleston's historic district. — Oyster
8
9 reviews
A swanky Art Deco aesthetic fills The Spectator boutique hotel, which sits less than a block south of the bustling City Market — Fodor's
8
North of Broad
5 reviews
Built in 2001, with a massive renovation completed in 2008, this is the most upscale member of the extended Marriott family of chain hotels in historic Charleston. — Frommer's
8
South of Broad
5 reviews
The property is in a fabulous location, overlooking the bay, Battery Park and the surrounding stately homes. — Star Service
8
5 reviews
Many Charleston hotels cater to the couples market, but this one has all of the things a family craves, including two pools, spacious rooms, and a decidedly unstuffy atmosphere — Travel + Leisure
7
North of Broad
6 reviews
Smack in the middle of the often noisy historic district, this good-value hotel encloses an oasis-like private courtyard, where guests can sip free wine and cheese by the fountain. — Lonely Planet
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