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Staying in a historic B&B or a charming luxury inn can be an unforgettable part of your trip to Charleston; there are beautiful (and often expensive) properties all over the Historic District. Budget travelers can cut costs by staying a little farther afield and commuting to the Historic District from the more affordable chain hotels. Rates rise when special events are going on in the city, such as the Spoleto Festival or the Wine + Food Festival, so be prepared and book ahead.

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Wentworth Mansion
149 Wentworth St.
The Wentworth Mansion is an opulent Victorian townhouse, now converted to a AAA, five-diamond, award-winning hostelry of near over-the-top...
200 Reviews
Market Pavilion Hotel
225 East Bay Street
The Market Pavilion Hotel, a deluxe operation, next to the Market is less than two blocks from the cruise pier. Beautifully decorated, it...
184 Reviews
Charleston Place
205 Meeting Street
Looking for luxury? Charleston Place is the local Orient-Express outpost, an excellent example of subdued grandeur. Amenities and facilities...
448 Reviews
The Planters Inn
112 North Market Street
The Planters Inn is small, central, gracious and exquisite. It is a member of Relais & Chateaux, both proud and comfortable with its identity....
218 Reviews
King Charles Inn
237 Meeting Street
The mid-priced King Charles Inn is a Best Western property the group can be proud of. Well done and well kept, it is convenient to everything...
564 Reviews
Days Inn Historic District
155 Meeting Street
The Days Inn Historic District has basic rooms and amenities, but it also has an incredible location, a pool and complimentary guest parking and...
178 Reviews
Comfort Inn Charleston
144 Bee Street
Those looking for a no-frills place to sleep can try the Comfort Inn Charleston at 144 Bee Street. It's inexpensive and offers free Internet and...
120 Reviews

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