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The “clip-clap, clip-clap” of the stately filly’s feet on the weather-smoothed cobblestones serve as a soundtrack for your journey back in time. You ride, arm in arm with your better half, as the driver of your horse-drawn carriage points out one historical site after the next. Finally, you arrive at Boone Hall Plantation where you bid your steed adieu, and embark on a tour of an antebellum plantation with each step taking you further back into our nation’s history. Once you leave Boone Hall, you slowly return to modern-day Lowcountry where you can sample centuries’ worth of regional cuisine that will have your taste buds asking you why you don’t treat them to this amazing comfort food more often. Planning a trip to Charleston, South Carolina? You're in good company. Charleston vacations rank among the most popular in the United States, for good reason. Affordable luxury hotels in Charleston are plentiful, historically significant sites abound, and miles of pristine beaches await. And, with the help of Travelocity, you can save a crab pot full of cash when you combine your travel with your accommodations.

Charleston Hotels

Finding the perfect place to stay can make or break your Lowcountry getaway, whether it is a beach vacation in Charleston or a respite from the hectic modern world in historic downtown. Here are some of our favorite hotels in the greater Charleston area:

  • King Charles Inn : Located in the heart of the historic district, the luxurious King Charles blends in perfectly with its yesteryear neighbors. Guestrooms feature spa-inspired bath amenities, a Keurig coffee maker, and smartphone docking station. Fuel up for an afternoon on the cobblestones with lunch at the Brew Pub & Café, then cap off the day with a picturesque view of the sunset from the poolside deck.
  • The Francis Marion Hotel: Situated across King Street from the aptly named Marion Square park, this historic property is an ideal venue for your vacation in Charleston. As the only high-rise hotel downtown, the views of the harbor from your room are unsurpassed. Enjoy a rejuvenating treatment from the on-site Spa Adagio, step outside the lobby door for a walking adventure in town, then return for an award-winning shrimp and grits dinner at the Swamp Fox Restaurant and Bar.
  • The Vendue: Just steps away from Waterfront Park and all downtown attractions, this Charleston French Quarter boutique hotel is more than just a conveniently located option. As the city’s only hotel dedicated to the arts, you’ll experience engaging works throughout the property. Your eyes aren’t the only thing in for a treat, either. Grab breakfast and coffee at The Press, savor an amazing dinner at the Drawing Room, then finish the day with a cocktail at The Rooftop.
  • Charleston Marriott: Nestled next to Brittlebank Park on the banks of the Ashly River, the Marriott offers a modern high-rise alternative to the quaint historical hotels throughout town. The 50,000 square feet of flexible meeting space makes a perfect venue for your next event, Saffire Restaurant and Bar offers an eclectic mix of causal cuisine, and the rooftop Aqua Terrace lounge is the perfect place to watch the sunset over the Ashley.

Major Attractions

Whether you'll be renting a car in Charleston or you plan to rely on bikes, cabs, and hotel shuttles to get around, get ready to get going. There's so much to do and see, and, as a wise wanderer, you want to breathe it all in. A car will be handy when crossing the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge to take in the stunning views. You won't need a vehicle to enjoy Charleston's historic district, considered one of the country's most architecturally significant neighborhoods. From cobblestone streets to colorful, genteel antebellum mansions, in Charleston you'll be surrounded by history. Be sure to hop a ferry to Fort Sumter and the Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site, and visit the gardens at Magnolia Plantation. And if you enjoy golf or tennis, be sure to schedule a tee-time at the country's first golf club or practice your backhand at the country's "Best Tennis Town."

Festivals and Events

Any time is an excellent time to visit Charleston. If you play your cards right, you might experience one of the city's many seasonal events. Around Christmas, enjoy the annual holiday parade, Dickens Dinner, and Festival of Lights—all held in the shadow of the 270-year-old Drayton Hall plantation house. Around Halloween, consider taking a ghost tour…if you dare. In March, there's the Charleston Food and Wine Festival, and in late May, you can check out the 17-daylong Spoleto Arts Festival, packed with performances and visual arts.

Ready to explore the year-round fun? A Charleston, SC, vacation package from Travelocity is the way to go. Charleston package deals bundle airfare and hotel to save you a significant amount of money compared to booking each separately. With the money you pocket, you can treat your entire party to a traditional Lowcountry feast featuring Frogmore stew, she-crab soup, a side of Hoppin’ John, and—of course—some of that delectable shrimp and grits.

Tours and Activities in Charleston

Anyone can have a run-of-the-mill escape lounging by the pool, but traveling should be about new experiences. So why don't you try out some thrilling new adventures? (This way, you'll have loads more to boast about when you go back to work!)

Can't settle on what activities to do in Charleston? Don't worry, here are just a few recommendations:

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Charleston?
With a Travelocity vacation package, you can live the high life in Charleston for as little as $996. Flights, hotels and tours — we’ve got it covered. You’ll save loads just for bundling your bookings. And with all that taken care of before leaving, you won’t have a care in the world.
How long should my Charleston vacation be?
Many travelers choose to spend around 3 nights in Charleston. But you don’t have to follow the crowd. Whether you decide to stay for a few days or a few weeks, you’ll enjoy exploring all the incredible things that this destination has to offer.
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Charleston?
For an affordable package deal to Charleston, turn to Travelocity. Select from 400 airlines and 1,000,000 worldwide properties to create your dream trip — it couldn’t be easier than that.
Why should I purchase my Charleston vacation package with Travelocity?
Travel should be about making cherished memories and forgetting all your worries — which is why we provide you with a friendly team of customer service experts available round-the-clock should you need them. On top of that, our Price Match Guarantee ensures you’ll always get the best deal available on our broad range of package deals. So what are you waiting for? There’s no time like the present to secure the vacation of a lifetime.
Can I save on my Charleston car rental if I book it with my hotel or flight?
Combining your car, flight and hotel into a Charleston vacation package is an excellent way to score the best deal. Plus, having your own rental car gives you total freedom to find your way to all those famous sights you want to check out. Located 90 mi from Charleston, Broadway at the Beach is one attraction that should be on your itinerary. Buckle up and make a day trip of it.
What is the best time of year to go to Charleston?
Traveling in the off-season, , comes with advantages — think cheaper hotels and flights and less jostling with masses of tourists. But there’s a real charm to the destination during the busy season. More events will be planned and more attractions will be open in . If you’re trying to save, has the thriftiest hotel rates. You can expect to pay more for a room in .
Which airport is best for Charleston?
One top option is Charleston Intl. Airport (CHS). From here, you’ll need to head southeast for 9 mi to reach downtown Charleston. Another convenient choice is Hilton Head Island Airport (HHH), which is 60 mi away from central Charleston.
What is there to do in Charleston?
Charleston has more than its fair share of places to discover, including Charleston City Market and Waterfront Park. These renowned attractions top most people’s travel itineraries.
Where should I stay when visiting Charleston?
Many people opt to check in to the Hyatt Place Charleston/Historic District. It’s an excellent base for your Charleston vacation.
Can I go on vacation to Charleston at this time?
Our team has all the local knowledge to help make your travel dreams a reality, so before arranging your trip to Charleston, take a look at our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. This is where you can find all the current info about quarantine policies, travel restrictions and much more.

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