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Francis Marion Hotel vs The Elliott House Inn

Both hotels are rated highly by reviewers writing for major publications. On balance, Francis Marion Hotel is preferred by most writers compared to The Elliott House Inn. Francis Marion Hotel is ranked #10 in Charleston with approval from 7 publications like The Telegraph, Frommer's and Oyster.

Francis Marion Hotel
8 / 10
387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403
From $119 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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Fodor's
"Wrought-iron railings, crown moldings, and decorative plasterwork speak of the elegance of 1924, when the Francis Marion was the largest hotel in the Carolinas." Full review
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For the best view and quiet factor, go for the rooms that face King Street and are as close to the top floor as you can get.
Frommer's
"A $14-million award-winning restoration has returned this historic hotel to its original elegance." Full review
Oyster
Upscale
"Still considered one of Charleston's grand dames, the historic Francis Marion Hotel has lost some of its luster." Full review
Star Service
"At Marion Square, the Francis Marion is diagonally across the park from Embassy Suites and close to restaurants and shopping but a long walk north of the historic and market districts" Full review
Travel + Leisure
"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." Full review
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The Elliott House Inn
7 / 10
78 Queen Street, Charleston, SC 29401
From $159 /night
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Free Breakfast
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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Fodor's
"Listen to the chimes of St. Michael's Episcopal Church as you sip wine in the lovely courtyard of this inn, then retreat to a cozy room with period furniture." Full review
Afar Magazine
"The salmon-colored stucco buildings comprising the Elliott House Inn have a long history that runs parallel with the city's." Full review
Condé Nast Traveler
"Built as a private home in 1861, this "wonderful inn" is in the city’s historic district and close to the Battery and the City Market." Full review
Jetsetter
"A relaxing Historic District inn with a beautiful courtyard and a nightly wine-and-cheese reception." Full review
Oyster
Upper-middle-range
"This quaint, 25-room bed-and-breakfast, housed within a Civil War-era private residence, has an excellent location within the Historic District and competitive rates" Full review

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