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Our Guide To Hotels In Charleston SC

There are few places in the world that, no matter how much they change and grow, always welcome you back like an old friend. Even if this is your first time traveling to Charleston, the comforting cornucopia of zesty South Carolina barbecue and savory shrimp and grits will make you feel like a local…one bite at a time. Like a long-lost cousin, share in the memories of a city seemingly set back in time, where things move a bit more slowly, parks and gardens are a stately affair, and the streets seem to breathe history as the timeless tide laps against the shore. Whether you’re eager to taste the latest craft gose—a tart, herby beer—or settle in for an evening of captivating performing arts, book hotels in Charleston and make yourself at home.

Where to Stay in Charleston

The Charleston area stretches and swirls around the coastline with islands and riverbanks, all vying for a view of the Atlantic Ocean. To stay in the midst of Southern comforts, many Travelocity guests select Charleston lodging near the city’s historic center. Book one of these downtown favorites and fill your itinerary—and your plate—with exquisite new experiences:

  • The Francis Marion Hotel: for the artistically inclined, The Francis Marion is a must-stay. Located at the corner of King and Calhoun, this vintage accommodation offers lovely views of Marion Square to the east and any suite is within walking distance to major museums and delightful dining.
  • Whether you want to sit in awe of the latest installment at The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art or browse local galleries, all you have to do is tie your shoes and turn the corner.
  • A little night music is in order. Take advantage of the proximity to the Charleston Music Hall and enjoy dinner and a concert. Dine out at one of the indie New American bistros nearby or call room service for some in-suite luxury.
  • Belmond Charleston Place: if you want to see, touch, and taste Charleston’s rich history, then stay at Belmond Charleston Place, a 4.5-star hotel that is undeniably one of the best places to stay in Charleston. You’ll know it’s true as soon as you see the shimmering lobby chandelier.
  • From this location on Meeting Street, walk to the old Charleston City Market, the Confederate Museum, the Old Slave Mart Museum, and Waterfront Park.
  • You could spend hours and hours ambling through the neighborhood, but don’t forget to relax away the busy days with spa treatments and poolside lounging while the hotel’s child care specialists take care of the kiddos.
  • King Charles Inn: right on the edge of the elegant French Quarter, this is just one of the thoroughly modern Charleston hotels in our repertoire. With a simple aesthetic that will evoke your last vacation on the French Riviera, the King Charles Inn will make you feel like royalty…
  • Shop till you nearly drop in the luxury boutiques at Charleston Place, just one block south of the hotel.
  • Love to stay current with theater premieres and award-winning productions? Walk just a few minutes to the Threshold Repertory Theatre and discuss the design elements over a glass of wine at Muse—a local favorite serving up Mediterranean fare and an extensive list of international wines.
  • The Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel: business travelers will find all the amenities at The Mills House especially appealing, but don’t think for a second that this downtown oasis is all work and no play.
  • Book one of the conference rooms and utilize the business center for your next professional meet and greet, and leave any sensitive documents in a secure safe while you explore Charleston.
  • Walk just a few blocks to peaceful Waterfront Park, passing Hibernian Hall, Washington Square, and several independent art galleries along the way.

Just like a good friend, Charleston is always brewing with new possibilities and fun ideas. And with Travelocity’s cheap hotels near Charleston, you’ll get a taste of the city’s signature Southern hospitality at the lowest price available. We promise to match any competitor’s deal, so you can rest easy before you even arrive in Palmetto City.

Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Charleston? Check out our Charleston travel guide!

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