Historic Charleston Hotels

Book reservations at hotels in Charleston's Historic District.

Andrew Pinckney Inn

Andrew Pinckney Inn is a beautifully restored Circa 1840 building with a rooftop terrace that overlooks the historic market area. Horse-drawn carriages, local restaurants, antique shops, historic homes, museums and art galleries are within walking distance. Services include concierge, and valet laundry.

Belmond Charleston Place

Belmond Charleston Place is a luxury accommodation in the heart of Charlestons historic downtown. Guest dine at the award winning Four Star The Palmetto Cafe and Charleston Grill restaurants and relax are renew at the hotel's full service Spa. There is also an indoor/outdoor rooftop pool and jacuzzi.

Church Street Inn

Church Street Inn is a luxury all-suite hotel in the heart of Charleston's historic district. It features one and two bedroom suites with living room, dining area, kitchen and 1 and 1/2 baths in a townhouse setting. Restaurants and shops are located within a four block radius.

Elliott House Inn

Elliott House Inn is a bed and breakfast inn that sits amid Georgian, Federal, Greek Revival, Second Empire and Queen Anne style homes on Charleston's historic Queen Street. It was built in 1861 as a private residence and has weathered many storms, including the Civil War. Nevertheless, the house retains architectural and historical accuracy.

Francis Marion Hotel

Francis Marion Hotel is the only high-rise hotel in Charleston's Historic District and is located on Marion Square, in the heart of historic Charleston. This hotel, built in 1924, was once the largest hotel in the Carolinas and the place to be during the Charleston's Renaissance. The Francis Marion has been meticulously restored and now combines 1920s style and grace with modern comfort and convenience. Amenities include Swamp Fox Restaurant, a spa, Starbucks.

John Rutledge House Inn

John Rutledge House was built in 1763 by John Rutledge, who signed the US Declaration of Independence. This antebellum home, once a meeting place for patriots, statesmen, and presidents, is now a bed and breakfast inn. Amenities include morning pastry delivery, afternoon tea, wine and sherry in the ballroom, evening turndown.

Kings Courtyard Inn

Kings Courtyard Inn is a bed and breakfast inn located in the heart of Charleston's Historic District on King Street, a main Charles Towne thoroughfare in the early 1700s. The Inn retains the residential atmosphere, architecture and historical accuracy of Charleston.

Vendue Inn

Vendue Inn is located one block from Charleston Harbor and Waterfront Park in Charleston's Historic District. The inn was once a series of 1860s warehouses that were refurbished and in 1965, became an inn. The inn features a rootop restaurant and lounge (with outdoor heaters). Amenities includ Pre-Arrival concierge service, bicycles, complimentary Southern Breakfast and afternoon Guest Reception, nightly turndown, valet services, including laundry and dry cleaning.

Zero George

Zero George is a boutique hotel for sophisticated travelers. The architecture is circa 1804 and features studios and suites. All guestrooms feature original architectural elements including high ceilings, pine floors, period millwork details and classic piazzas. The landscaped enclave is surrounded by Charleston residences and brick carriage houses.