There’s a glass of champagne at check-in and a nightly evening wine and cheese reception
The pillow menu has seven choices, including down and Swedish massage
Central downtown location near theaters, historic sights and the best shopping
Top-notch, attentive service befitting a 19th-century aristocrat
What To Know
Geared toward business travelers and couples, not families
There is no fitness center or spa, but there are options nearby
Valet parking costs $25 per day
Parking on site
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Quaint Charleston sleep in the center of the historic district, with chic Provençal style and gracious service
The four-story French Quarter Inn blends seamlessly into the heart of Charleston’s tree-lined historic district. Inside, a glass of champagne awaits guests at check-in; a wide staircase, embellished with a wrought iron banister, spirals up toward an ornate skylight; and an eclectic array of sophisticated French furnishings evokes the elegance of the city’s past. The 50 guestrooms have plush European bedding, Provençal-style tufted benches and spacious balconies with city views. The apartment-like suites enable guests to stretch out, soak in a Jacuzzi tub or cozy up to a crackling fireplace. The bathrooms are equally spacious and elegant, with walk-in showers and plenty of luxury bath products. Best of all is the hotel’s pillow menu, which offers seven choices, so even the most finicky sleeper should get a good night’s rest.
In the Area
Visitors can walk the cobblestone streets from the Battery to the French Quarter, immersing themselves in the city’s Old World charms. Hail one of Old South Carriage Tours elaborate chariots, which allow you to do some virtual time traveling, clopping down narrow cobblestone streets lined with colonial and antebellum buildings. You'll cover 30 blocks of the historic district in an hour. Or visit the plantations of yore, including Boone Hall Plantation, with its avenue of moss-draped oaks, or Middleton Place, which has America's oldest landscaped gardens. And with some of the country's most beautiful golf courses (designed by a who's who of the fairways: Tom Fazio, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Rees Jones), Charleston can't be beat if you're looking for outdoor beauty while challenging your game. Don't miss the Kiawah Island Golf Resort, a barrier island dominated by five stunning designer courses.
French Quarter Inn
166 Church St
Charleston, South Carolina 29401
How to Get There
Flights are available to Charleston International Airport (CHS) from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. The property does not offer airport transfers. Taxis to/from CHS are approximately $30 per person, each way. Shuttle service to/from CHS starts at approximately $15 per person, each way.