Charleston's premier hostelry, an Orient Express Property, is an eight-story landmark in the Historic District that looks like a postmodern French château. It's big-time, uptown, glossy, and urban -- at least, one former visitor, Prince Charles, thought so. Governors and prime ministers from around the world, as well as members of Fortune 500 companies, even visiting celebs such as Mel Gibson, prefer to stay here instead of at one of the more intimate B&Bs. Guest rooms are among the most spacious and handsomely furnished in town -- stately, modern, and maintained in state-of-the-art condition. This hotel represents the New South at its most confident, a stylish giant in a district of B&Bs and small converted inns. Acres of Italian marble grace the place, leading to plush guest rooms with decor inspired by colonial Carolina. The deluxe restaurant, Charleston Grill, is recommended. A cafe provides a more casual option.
- © Frommer's 2013
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Not up to Par : ( and I REALLY REALLYwanted it to be!
Spent the Thanksgiving Weekend at the Famed Charleston Place. It's been sometime since the family went on a nice upscale vacation and Charleston has been on the bucket list for...
- posted on 11.26.12
- by tim c
I stayed here for 5 days in november. Faultless. Fantastic management ( thanks Ryan) Richard burton on concierge first class. Benita in the palmetto grill, the epitome of good southern...
- posted on 11.22.12
- by patentattorney
My wife and I spent last week at Charleston Place and was very impressed. The location is right in the middle of the historic district, the hotel is beautiful and clean, and the staff...
- posted on 11.19.12
- by MobyDicks33
- Very Highly Recommended 2010
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