A knock-your-socks-off lobby that features a stunning chandelier, handmade silk tapestries and a gold elevator
All 41 rooms are spacious, well appointed (corner ones have balconies) and stocked with free drinks and snacks
Swanky bathrooms have floor-to-ceiling tile and white Carrara marble, his-and-hers sinks, heated towel racks and C.O. Bigelow toiletries
Exceptional hospitality and service, including personalized butlers available for all guests
What To Know
Valet parking costs $25 per day
There’s no on-site restaurant, but you’re just a quick walk from many dining options
No gym, but guests have free access to one about a 10-minute walk away
In-room massages can be arranged
Free cruiser bicycles are available at the hotel for a two-wheel tour of Charleston’s fascinating historic district
Parking on site
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Boutique beauty in the heart of Charleston’s historic district, with Jazz Age glamour, Southern style, and a buzzy bar
Smack in the middle of Charleston’s bustling historic district, this 41-room Southern charmer brims with the spirit of the Jazz Age, anchored by a Great Gatsby theme — right down to the stuffed albino peacock named Daisy Buchanan in the lobby. Style and service take center stage, from the welcome cocktail (and monogrammed leather coasters, natch) to personalized butlers to the Southern Lady mattresses and custom Harris pillows in every room. The hotel is within easy walking distance of many of Charleston’s cultural landmarks, and guests can hop on a charming (and free) cruiser bike to explore farther afield. After a day of sightseeing, snag a green leather stool at the snazzy Spectator Bar — it’s worth a visit in itself. With stellar handcrafted cocktails that blend classic flavors and modern touches (try the Fizz-Gerald, made with local Hat Trick gin), and a glamorous vibe, it’s one of Charleston’s buzziest spots.
In the Area
Hop on one of those free cruiser bikes for a two-wheel tour of Charleston’s fascinating historic district, starting with the open-air City Market and a ride down the famous waterfront Battery. After working up an appetite, take your pick of restaurants in Charleston's world class culinary scene. New ones are opening all the time, but local foodies are salivating over the locavore-centric menu at the Westendorff (which is fresh off a spectacular renovation), Mediterranean-inspired plates and a gorgeous courtyard at Cannon Green, and the seasonally inspired creations of executive chef Jason Stanhope, a 2015 James Beard Award winner, at FIG.