Hotels for Wellness in Charleston
- 1Hotel Class:7 reviews
Charleston Place is really nice hotel to stay in. The location is great, just across the street from the market. The hotel itself has stores and two restaurants on site as well. The concierge desk helped with a lot of recomendations for dinner and had little cards they gave out with directions from the hotel to the destiantions. Depending on ...Popular with
- 2Hotel Class:3 reviews
Rooftop bar... best rooftop bar view... great sunsets... expensive drinks, but worth it for a round to enjoy the view.Popular with
- 3Hotel Class:2 reviews
Mansion is the operable word here. If it’s doubtful that you will ever own a mansion, splurge for The Wentworth. The parlor suite with its dazzling chandelier with ropes of crystal and fireplaces spells m-a-n-s-i-o-n. Hollywood celebrities are now discovering this one-of-a-kind Victorian gem. (Lips are zipped as to who, when.) Should you or your’s qualify for a corporate discount, ...Popular with
- 4Hotel Class:2 reviews
These contemporary marvels were originally destined to be condominiums and were on sale to individual owners. The project was a brilliant restoration of 19th-century buildings by one of the city’s avant architects, Neil Stevenson. It was a few years ago when the economy first began to tank, and investors were running scared, so these one and two-bedroom units sat idle ...Popular with
- 5Hotel Class:2 reviews
“Step back in time,” is a phrase that this hotel utilizes. It works for me. I walk into the lobby and always recall how the waiters at the Swamp Fox would pamper my sister and me. As kids, we got to go there, if we had been very good. We’d sit on velvet cushions and it was, “Pass the pickled ...
- 6Hotel Class:2 reviews
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 ...
- 7Hotel Class:2 reviews
The exterior of this city landmark is a tourist photo op,’ a study in salmon-colored stucco trimmed with black, wrought iron balustrades, a la New Orleans. Circa 1853, Robert E. Lee slept here and many people can for it has one of Charleston’s largest room counts. My favorite is a poolside balcony room for its terrace looks out to the ...
- 82 reviews
This is not your typical Embassy Suites scenario for it was built within the walls of the former Citadel. The latter is our renowned military college, the subject of author Pat Conroy’s “Lords of Discipline.” The hallowed walls, with their two towers and multiple arches, form the façade of the hotel. Built in the 1820s as a result of the ...Popular with
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- 101 review
In a city known for antebellum-style inns and antiques-filled bed-and-breakfasts, a local iconoclast is shaking things up. Owner Dean Andrews—who ran the venerable Charleston Place hotel for 16 years—has introduced this genteel town’s first truly contemporary retreat with Zero George, in the oak-lined Ansonborough district. The 18 guest rooms, scattered among five historic buildings (all circa 1805), have the signature ...Popular with
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- 12Hotel Class:1 review
As rates downtown rise like the temperatures in summer, increasing numbers choose to stay in our suburbs. The Town & Country has been an icon in West Ashley for decades, with its Trotters Restaurant a big draw because of its authentic Charleston cuisine and bountiful buffets – notably its seafood/prime rib buffet on Friday nights and its Sunday Brunch. (You ...
- 13Hotel Class:1 review
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 ...
- 14Hotel Class:1 review
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 ...Popular with
- 151 review
This inn, a reconstruction of a former, waterfront warehouse has gradually established an enviable reputation as it has strived to give guests stellar service coupled with many complimentary amenities. The handsome, bowed façade of this brick structure, that is raised a stairway above ground level, looks like new construction. It was explained to me that during the initial renovation period, ...Popular with
- 16Hotel Class:1 review
I love finding these kinds of hotels when you least expect them. So, there you are, on Ashley River Road, visiting the pre-Civil War plantations. And then, whammo! an eco-hotel. It's on the grounds shared with the 18th-century Middleton Place, so you've got that level of beauty surrounding the modern hotel. Take a stroll under droopy Spanish moss, ride horses ...
- 171 review
This Queen Anne Victorian home of grandeur is now one of Charleston’s finest B&Bs. Here the old and beautiful, like Tiffany glass, is juxtaposed with digital-cable, flat-screen TVs. It is located on The Battery, opposite the band gazebo at White Point Gardens. Just beyond is the harbor. You feel here how it is to be a privileged resident living the ...
- 181 review
What this “new” property offers is a chic, contemporary option in the centuries-old historic district, at a reasonable price. I say new, but only the 50-room addition is (2011), for this is a total remake of the old Holiday Inn. The original six-story building was completely gutted. Now the lobby segues into the library, the guest computer stations, the Courtyard ...Popular with
- 19Hotel Class:1 review
This historic inn has dual buildings across from one another, with a handsome lobby in the main one, its walls brick, and chairs leather. The other furnishings have a West Indies Colonial look, as they do, somewhat, in the guest rooms. The living rooms of the bi-level, kitchen suites have basic brown couches, etc. which should all disappear and be ...
- 20Hotel Class:1 review
This inn, with its rooftop views of Charleston’s harbor, was named for the British naval officer who rose to the ranks of First Lord of the Admiralty! He was a blue blood, a world traveler (circumnavigated the globe) and a brave commandant. He captured a Spanish galleon and the throne’s booty prize made him a rich man for life, enabling ...