We really enjoyed our three night stay in early November. This was a couples getaway and we came to like this small Inn with a great location in the heart of the Old downtown historic area. The hotel wasclose to numerous fun, high-quality restaurants and an easy walk to the waterfront parks and walkways. The staff was friendly and helpful.
Built in 1844, this beautifully restored inn is situated on the historic Charleston City Market's Great Hall; the King Street …More
As much as I am not that much into writing reviews, I wanted to comment on the Ansonborough Inn and it’s old world charm. This is definitely a hotel for adults and is situated within reasonable walking distance to most of the must see and eat places in Charleston. The place is brimming with historic ambiance and they take care of their guests pretty well. The only advice I would give prospective guests would be to contact the hotel directly for reservations as you probably will do much better on the nightly rate than going through a third party. I overheard another guest remark about their room rate being almost half of what I paid when I booked in May through Expedia. Convenient supermarket which is open 24 hours is directly across the street. We were on the first floor and our room was right next to East Bay Ave which is a pretty busy thoroughfare- both cars and pedestrians - if it weren’t for the wave sound machine in our room, sleep would have been nearly impossible. You have to pay $20 a night to park in their “lot”, which I found to be too nickel and dime for what I paid to stay. It should be included.
Traveller from New Jersey
Located in Downtown Charleston, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church and College of …More
I was expecting a cute little inn, which it was, but this place definitely exceeded expectations! We arrived to a happy hour with endless wine, cheese and crackers. The staff was so nice and even offered to help with luggage. Breakfast had so many options and coffee to go so we could explore the town with a warm coffee in hand! The rooms were designed to make you feel like you were staying in Charleston years ago but the beds were still comfy, which I was worried about! And the location- perfect! We will definitely be returning!
Located in Downtown Charleston, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Confederate Museum and College of Charleston …More
This charming old hotel captures the old culture of Charleston. The rooms are large and extremely well appointed. The staff go out of their way to may sure you have everything you need and happy to make recommendations. The location is excellent. Stores, restaurants and bars next door. I would highly recommend.
This family-friendly Charleston hotel is located in the historical district, within 1 mi (2 km) of Port of Charleston Cruise …More
"Great Location....Good hotel but could be improved"
Pulling up it felt like we selected a winner. Check in was a breeze but when we walked into the room we were a bit disappointed. If it was 10'x12', I'd be surprised. The bathroom was located 2' from the bed and there was no vent fan. We came to grips that it's an old building so we assumed all the rooms were that small unless you booked a suite. While walking through we saw multiple rooms being cleaned & I think we literally had the smallest room of the whole resort.
Then every morning starting at around 7AM we had the privilege of listening to the storage room door adjacent to our room slam shut about every 5 minutes. This happened every morning during our 4 night stay. I understand that they need to clean rooms and grab towels but maybe they should invest in a soft close storage door!
Traveller from Detroit, MI
Located in Downtown Charleston, this inn is within a 15-minute walk of Charleston City Market and College of Charleston. St …More
I am very happy with the hotel but not with Expedia. The hotel did not have my reservation when I checked in. It's the first time I used Expedia and I will be hesitant to use it again based on thus experience..
Located in Downtown Charleston, this romantic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Gibbes Museum of Art and College of Charleston …More
Dating back to Colonial times, Charleston, home to 120,000 people, was nearly obliterated during the American Civil War. However, some historic buildings remain and are popular destinations, including Fort Sumnter, Boone Hall Plantation, and the Old Exchange Buildings. The South Carolina Aquarium, home to 10,000 plants and animals, is another popular tourist attraction.