Courtyard by Marriott - Charleston Historic District
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- Courtyard by Marriott - Charleston Historic DistrictFirst to ReviewJan 18, 2014
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 Bistro and convivial (full) bar. There guests take breakfast (Starbucks Coffee), no lunch, but dinners – like ‘burgers and healthy, lighter fare. It doesn’t attempt to compete with the stellar, downtown restaurants.
In-room, I love the executive work stations that have pullout desks that you can roll around and ergonomic chairs. The brag is that the new rooms are the largest downtown, but I am not taken by their autumnal colors. I am impressed with the pool and the adjacent “meditative” garden with its fountain, benches and sculptures. Guy guests stay productive pumping iron in the fitness center.
Excellent!148 reviews across the web.
- Guests recommend this hotel for a romantic getaway.
- Guests recommend this hotel for business travelers.
- Hotel98% thought it was clean.
- Location96% enjoyed the nightlife nearby.
- Service90% said the reception staff was great.
- Hotel Building84% said the facilities were very new.
- GroundsPool was lovely, according to 75%.
- Food71% were happy with the price.