A post wedding trip, great hotel. We arrived Monday enjoyed a beautiful room and wonderful food. We had room service and later ate at the restaurant. It is in a great location; we enjoyed walking to all areas of Charleston from the hotel.
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Built in 1844, this beautifully restored inn is situated on Charleston's open-air City Market; the King Street Antiques …More
Great location, however we were expecting two double beds and were put in a room with a king bed, sleeper couch and a fold out bed. To say the least it was not what we were expecting. The management was kind and apologetic and we felt they sincerely cared.
This Charleston hotel is within 1 block of King Street and 5 blocks of Waterfront Park.More
My family stayed at the French Quarter Inn over New Years and had a memorable stay! The hotel is perfectly situated near the market in historic Charleston. The staff and the amenities were first rate. My mom, who has severe food allergies, traveled with us, and the hotel bent over backwards to insure she had breakfast foods that she could eat. The front desk staff was incredibly helpful to us, as first time visitors to their lovely city, providing us with dining and recreational options, as well as directions and maps. I can't wait to go back and stay at their incredible hotel!
This 50-room hotel with a circular, skylighted atrium abuts the City Market, Charleston's principal attraction, with blocks …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.