FAQ
FAQ

How big are the rooms?

Most guest rooms are approximately 350 square feet or more.

Do the rooms have refrigerators and microwaves?

All guest rooms have mini-refrigerators. None have microwaves, however we do have one on property and can facilitate warming anything for you.

Do we need to bring beach towels and chairs if we are planning to go to the beach one day?

We have towels and chairs available for guests to use so there is no need to bring your own!

Are you close to the market?

Yes, we are located two blocks from Market Street and the City Market.

When was your last renovation?

Our bathrooms were renovated two years ago and all guest rooms feature carpet and furniture updated within the last three years.

Do you have airport transportation?

We don't have a shuttle specifically for the hotel, however we use a trusted transportation service and can arrange airport transportation for our guests.

Do you have a pool?

Unfortunately, we do not have a pool, however the hotel is within a 30-minute drive of two beautiful beaches on the Atlantic Ocean. There is also a wonderful fountain just across the street from the hotel in Waterfront Park that kids love to play in all summer long.

Do you have a restaurant?

We offer complimentary breakfast delivered daily to our guests, however there is not a restaurant on site. We are located within three blocks of dozens of award-winning restaurants and are more than happy to make reservations and recommendations for our guests.

Do you have a spa?

The hotel does not have an on-site spa but there are several day spas within walking distance.

Do you have a concierge?

Yes, our guest services team performs concierge services every day for our guests.

Are you close to the beach?

The closest beach is Sullivan's Island, about 20 minutes by car.  There are some great restaurants there, including Poe's Tavern and The Obstinate Daughter. Parking is available off-street only. Folly Beach is 25 minutes away and is a busier beach. 

Which is the best plantation to visit?

Our favorite is Magnolia Plantation. They have beautiful gardens, a tram tour of the property, and an Audubon swamp tour. Drayton Hall is right next door and is the oldest and only original plantation home in Charleston.

What is the best way to see the city? Which tour should I take?

The most comprehensive way to see the city is on a walking tour. If you do not want to walk, a bus tour is a great option and will cover the most ground. Horse-drawn carriage rides do not need reservations and can give you a quick overview of the city.

Should I take a horse drawn carriage?

This is a great way to get a quick overview of the city. If you want a more comprehensive tour, consider taking a charter bus or walking tour.  

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