Very nice hotel on a very popular street in downtown Charleston. The staff was very nice and helpful, and the lobby was very grand. The room was clean and nice. Lots of space. ONLY complaint is that it's not closer to most of the restaurants and tour sites in town, but if you can walk approx. a mile each way, then there is no problem.
Traveller from Kentucky
The Francis Marion Hotel sits across from Marion Square in Charleston’s historic downtown. Guests are just a block away from …More
This hotel offers a great location to walk the downtown Charleston area. You are directly across the street from the horse and buggy ride, which is a must. A one block walk to the market and in very close walking distance to many fabulous restaurants. The hotel offers a very nice breakfast on the terrace of the 4th floor. They also offer a very nice wine and cheese happy hour from 4 to 5 on the terrace. The terrace is open all day for your pleasure. The women working the breakfast and happy hour and the maid staff were total South Charm and hospitality. The front desk could take a page out of their book.. The only problem we had was with the key cards to the room. For some reason they kept losing their activation. Three times I had to return to the front desk once on the 4th floor to have the card reactivated. Expedia said valet parking was $20 it was $25 and room prices did not match by $30 difference at check out. This has happened to me before with Expedia. Prices even in writing were different.
Traveller from new jersey
Located in Historic Charleston, this inn is within a 15-minute walk of One Of A Kind and College of Charleston. Peninsula …More
Hotel was charming with great service. Totally enjoyed our 4 night stay over Thanksgiving. Our interior Room at 26Vendue had an exposed brick wall and was very spacious. The Drawing Room, Press Cafe, and cool Rooftop Bar (actually on 2 levels) covered all in-house dining options beautifully. Reccommend using the valet service (additional) as it was so convenient and parking in area can be difficult. We were able to see so much just walking in Historic District - lovely grand homes, historical buildings, parks and restaurants, and also enjoyed day trips to plantations and beaches. Highly recommend this hotel!
Traveller from Asheville, NC
Located in Historic Charleston, this romantic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Charleston Waterfront Park and College of …More
Everything is well thought out in this sleek, tasteful hotel, from the coffee and pastry tables in each hallway to the way our baggage was pre-loaded in the car. They have a handle on what pleases people and they do it with ease. The restaurant is world class. My wife and I have traveled widely and recognize excellence. I could happily spend the rest of my life at the Market Pavilion Hotel.
This family-friendly Charleston hotel is located in the historical district, within 1 mi (2 km) of One Of A Kind and College …More
Staff is very well trained, friendly and helpful without being intrusive. Our room was well equipped and appointed, and comfortable. The hotel's location is just right for exploring the historic district and the newly developing areas north of Calhoun St. As always, the decorations in the main entrance area as Christmas approaches are handsome, cheerful and attractive.
Traveller from White Plains, NY
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.