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  • 1
    The Restoration on King

    The Restoration on King

    Hotel Class:
    5
    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 97% of guests recommend

    Love this fun chic place in downtown Charleston. These loft-like rooms are so fun and homey. The only downside is that you may not want to leave! Cute place, great for girls weekends, family gatherings, and romantic getaways. Staff is very nice, helpful. Water, wine/cheese..avail in lobby .

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  • 2
    Vendue Inn

    Vendue Inn

    Hotel Class:
    4
    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    The venerable Vendue is one of our historic inns that has been here for decades. Revered by many, the building has existed since 1790, when Samuel Prioleau built it near the harbor and what is now our glorious Waterfront Park. His portrait hangs in The Library, his wife’s across from it. Actually a restaurant, these rooms are looking Old World ...

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  • 3
    French Quarter Inn

    French Quarter Inn

    Hotel Class:
    4
    1 review
    Excellent! - 97% of guests recommend

    The French Quarter Inn Strategically located smack in the middle of the Market area, yet by some miracle or quadruple-paned glass, you hear nothing whatsoever by day or while “in the bed.” When you first drive up the bellman takes your luggage and another will valet park your car. The boys are hospitable yet professional which characterizes the tenured staff ...

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  • 4
    John Rutledge House Inn

    John Rutledge House Inn

    Hotel Class:
    4
    1 review
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    The gorgeous exterior with its wrought iron fence bespeaks New Orleans. The brass plaque aside the impressive front entrance explains that this National Historic Landmark belonged to one of South Carolina’s most influential politicians ever. John Rutledge was a signer of the Constitution, some of which was written right here. George Washington visited (1791) and his portrait, along with one ...

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  • 5
    Governor's House Inn

    Governor's House Inn

    Hotel Class:
    0
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend
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  • 6
    Renaissance Charleston Hotel Historic District

    Renaissance Charleston Hotel Historic District

    Hotel Class:
    0
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend
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