Welcome to Boutique Hotels Charleston!
Boutique hotels are growing in popularity in several locations around the world. Designed for the trendy traveler, Charleston's boutique hotels will provide the warmth and style you're looking for. Beginning with secure online booking process, we hope to provide a convenient travel experience that will lead to the greatest of memories you'll create during your stay. browse boutique hotels
Market Pavilion Hotel
The Market Pavilion Hotel in Charleston pairs old-world charm, with modern comforts in a luxurious setting. Located in the heart of America's largest living historic district, this boutique hotel stands at the Charleston's famous intersection. learn more
Anchorage Inn Charleston
Nestled In Charlestons historic district between the market and the waterfront park, the Anchorage Inn will make guests feel right in at home. The hotel makes tour and dinner reservations and directions to wherever you would like to go! learn more
Andrew Pinckney Inn
Circa 1840 and meticulously restored, the Andrew Pinckney Inn is located one mile from Charleston Museum and eight miles from Charleston Airport. The Citadel is two miles away and Boone Hall Plantation is eight miles away. learn more
Charleston, South Carolina is one of America's top vacation destinations. The city's picturesque downtown is designated a National Historic Landmark. The area has numerous examples of Greek revival, Federal and Victorian style architecture. The horse-drawn carriage tours will take you down cobblestone streets and past the 18th century, multi-colored homes of Rainbow Row. The harbor is home to Ft. Sumter where the first shots of the Civil War were fired.
There are several world-class courses with stunning coastal backdrops where you can play a round of golf. You can enjoy the sun, sand and surf of Bull Island, Folly Beach and Isle of Palms or embark upon a dolphin-watching cruise. The annual 17-day Spoleto festival crowns the city's cultural scene. Guests can enjoy sampling the fabulous Low Country cuisine at one of Charleston's fine restaurant. You can visit one of the many markets to view local crafts, such as a handmade sweetgrass basket, and listen to the distinctive language of the local Gullah people. The aroma of honeysuckle and gardenias enhance the city's ambiance. Charleston is a city that preserves its southern charm and antebellum history.