After reviewing several hotels in the downtown area, I decided on the King Charles Inn based on all the positive reviews. I must say that I made a very smart choice, the hotel was so convenient to getting around downtown, very clean, the staff was so incredibly friendly, the cheese/fruit every afternoon in the pub was such a nice bonus, free parking for the length of your stay, complimentary pass at the gym. We had such a wonderful time and I hope to come back and visit again soon!
Traveller from Pittsburgh, PA
King Charles Inn is across the street from the premium brand stores of Charleston Place and a 3-minute walk from Charleston …More
The signage and facade are almost invisible because the entrance is in back, so I passed it twice. Hotel staff was working hard to please while it seemed they were understaffed, especially the "front desk". Rooms are lovely and beds comfy except for the pillow situation which is overwhelming with huge oversize king pillows and no standard size available. I wished I had brought my own. Unfortunately there was no tub only a long rectangular shower with one head that had zero pressure and water did not get hot. There was no lighted magnifying mirror unfortunately either. The towels as well as the linens were very high quality so it seems odd that other details went unattended. The cocktails were well done and the dinner in the restaurant was quite good. I would go again when feeling like splurging because it was not for the budget minded!
Traveller from Coastal SC
Located in Historic Charleston, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Joseph Manigault House and College of Charleston …More
My good friend and I had the pleasure of spending the weekend here at this brand new (one month old) B&B in Charleston in a newly renovated/converted old mansion. The attention to detail in the interior design and the guest experience were top notch, and the lovely couple running 86 Cannon are so friendly and approachable, quick with recommendations and advice, and filled with stories and interesting tidbits about the house and Charleston in general. I cannot say enough good things about the hotel and the owners.
Traveller from Charlotte, NC
Located in Historic Charleston, this boutique guesthouse is within a 15-minute walk of Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum and …More
The Fulton Lane Inn is a charming hotel located downtown Charleston within walking distance of many places of interest and several quality restaurants. The Continental breakfast served next door at the King's Court is tasty as well as pleasantly delivered to your table. Also the wine and cheese hospitality reception each evening allows an opportunity to socialize with your fellow guests. We
gladly recommend this hotel to anyone desiring first class accommodations.
Located in Historic Charleston, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Gateway Walk and College of Charleston. Charleston …More
We arrived on Saturday and the staff was extremely helpful and polite. The first thing Sunday morning we realized the over head "rain" shower was great but the handheld shower was broken which is what my wife prefers. So that morning we went to the front desk asking if they could fix it. We were assured that the work order was put in. By Monday morning it still wasn't fixed. Again, I went down to ask them if they could but we left Tuesday morning and it still wasn't fixed.
On one of the days, our room wasn't cleaned until at 4 pm.
Surrounded by 18th-century buildings in the city’s historic district, Belmond Charleston Place is a block from the antiques …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.