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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

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The Best Hotels In Charleston For Business Travelers, 2020

To go down the memory lane in the USA with century-old mansions, Spanish moss-draped trees, freaky cemeteries and cobblestone road walks, Charleston is the best place to visit. It is indeed like a travel back in time to visit Charleston just when the day creeps into the silent night. The city might give an aura of old-school with the rooted heritage and American glory, but it is also contemporary in thought.

Charleston is equipped with innovative restaurants, impressive shops, modern art galleries, and the world-class Spoleto festival happens here. To experience the best of Southern USA, Charleston is an excellent option to travel. It also has amazing beachside with small-town villages, including Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palm and Folly Beach which brings out the sunny side of life. Charleston is also regarded as the best destination in South Carolina to visit in terms of hospitality, heritage, and unique experiences.

History is one of the biggest lifelines in Charleston with great houses turning to museums that promote the glory of the USA. For the lovers of Civil War era, Fort Sumter is a great place to visit where the first firing of war happened. Locally made goods can be found in Charleston City Market, which can be a delight for shopaholics. The vibrant city is not a dearth of wonderful luxurious hotels that attract celebrities and aristocrats alike. We bring you the list of 10 most luxurious hotels in Charleston, SC:

  1. French Quarter Inn: Charleston SC.
    166 Church St, Charleston, SC 29401, United States
    For an intimate experience with French beauty and boutique luxury, choose the French Quarter Inn. The lobby is invariably cosy with plush sofas, elegant fireplace, and fragrance of freshly cut flowers. The southern treat in the form of cookies, milk and warm delights and also offers a pillow menu for the guests.
  2. Belmond Charleston Place.
    205 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29401, United States
    When Southern charm meets timeless elegance and class, a stay at Belmond Charleston happens. The hotel exudes 17th-century heritage with bronze fountains. The Georgian open-arm staircase, Italian marble floor, and gleaming chandelier are, for sure a rare sight in a luxury hotel. The club suite here offers amazing skyline views of the city.
  3. The Dewberry, Charleston.
    334 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29403, United States
    View the breathtaking city Charleston with the lens of John Dewberry that outshines in every element possible. With decorated hand-crafted metalworks, period furnishings- The Dewberry is a mesmerising visual experience. The traditional French brassiere offers some exquisite dishes which speak of class.
  4. Planters Inn – Charleston, SC.
    112 N Market St, Charleston, SC 29401, United States
    Built way back in 1844, Planters Inn is all about old-school and historical heritage. The Chateaux boutique hotel is a prominent locale at the Market and meeting streets of this city. More than a hotel stay, Planters Inn provides a cultural experience that combines 19th-century splendour blended with modern comforts. It is indeed a great place to unwind and relax.
  5. Restoration Hotel, Charleston.
    75 Wentworth St, Charleston, SC 29401, United States
    Located at the iconic King’s Street, The Restoration has dozens of boutiques, galleries, and small artisan businesses that would grace the guest with warmth. The easy-going southern feel of Charleston is evident in the décor, food, and the ambience of the hotel. The food served at the Restoration is made of local produce- which is a unique feature.
  6. John Rutledge House Inn.
    116 Broad St, Charleston, SC 29401, United States
    Regarded as the national historic landmark in the region, stay at John Rutledge is downright luxury in every respect. The historic feel is remarkably blended with modernity, and all the requires amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. The hotel’s inception dates back to the year 1763 and has undergone some fantastic changes over the years.
  7. The Vendue, Charleston’s Art Hotel (Historic District).
    19 Vendue Range, Charleston, SC 29401, United States
    Well-known for the only hotel in the region which is dedicated to arts, The Vendue underwent some great renovation in the year 2014 with a fresh look. Over 300 pieces of original art adorn the walls of the hotel and greet the customers with elegance. Signature service, innovative dining options, and excellent ambience are some of the highlights of the hotel.
  8. Zero George Street Hotel in Charleston.
    0 George St, Charleston, SC 29401, United States
    The immaculately restored buildings from the year 1804 form the hotel, which is like a ground zero to explore the beauty of Charleston in every depth possible. Award-winning cuisines, a bar serving innovative cocktails, and old-world authenticity sure would pamper the guest in great depths.
  9. Wentworth Mansion.
    149 Wentworth St, Charleston, SC 29401, United States
    To have a feel of staying the royal way with old-time grandeur along with contemporary facilities, Went Worth Mansion is the right place to be. The hypnotic charm it emanates is quite difficult to express in words. With empathetic service, sublime comforts and exquisite décor adorned with chandeliers and soulful lighting- Went Worth Mansion is royal in every respect.
  10. The Spectator Hotel.
    67 State St, Charleston, SC 29401, United States
    If you love old school Jazz music that is coupled with a dash of historic elegance, the Spectator offers just that in style and poise. Attentive customer service, library with tons of impressive books, suave cocktail bar, and extravagant dining, the stay here is surely remembered for years to come.

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Ryan Miller
Senior associate editor at ​the CEOWORLD magazine. Raised in Boston with a Brooklyn accent.
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