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|"Wonderful staff, lovely room, super comfortable bed."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Staff super helpful and friendly."||(in 32 reviews)|
|"Nicely appointed room and great bathroom"||(in 19 reviews)|
|"Breakfast not included so had to order from menu."||(in 3 reviews)|
|staff were very helpful||in 71 reviews|
|superb location||in 60 reviews|
|beautiful room||in 55 reviews|
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|beef hash||in 6 reviews|
|charleston||in 5 reviews|
|helpful and friendly||in 5 reviews|
|room had a bath||in 5 reviews|
|relais chateau||in 3 reviews|
|tasteful decor||in 3 reviews|
Southern classic style
The location is great. Right in the center of main tourist area but kept very cool and calm once walking through the entrance door One block from main shopping and restaurant area.
Only thing I can think of would be .. I wish our room had a bath rub instead of just a shower
Wonderful stay in beautiful courtyard patio room. The staff were responsive and helpful without being intrusive. Even when we made difficulty for them (demand for in-room refrigerator; screw up on date of check out; arriving with two vehicles instead of one) the staff handled it superbly and with grace. Loved being near the shops along King St and the restaurants on Meeting and Market. The bar was just that - not a sports locker room or TV lounge; perfect for a drink and a talk. My only frustration was that the weather was nice but not nice enough to dine romantically in the courtyard after dark.
This is NOT a criticism. The Peninsula Grill (the only in-house eatery) is a fine establishment but expensive with a menu unsuited for anything but fine dining. An in-house or affiliated restaurant serving more family/daily meal focused fare would be an added bonus, especially if combined with some limited ability to have the meal delivered ala room service.
The Planters Inn offers guests the perfect, Southern getaway in the heart of the historic district in Charleston, South Carolina. Guests are sure to enjoy this hotel as it is the winner of the #1 Best Boutique Hotel in the United States Award from Travel + Leisure Magazine. The Planters Inn is also recognized by the Conde Nast Traveler as one of best hotels for guests to stay.
Planters Inn offers guests with 175 years of Southern hospitality experience. The luxury boutique hotel was first built in 1844 and now enjoys an unrivaled location in the heart of Charleston. The hotel offers guests close proximity to shopping, dining, and a variety of entertainment options. The luxury boutique overlooks the Charleston City Market, the King Street shopping district is just one block away, and the neighborhoods surrounding the hotel offer spectacles of elegant, historic mansions for guests to feast their eyes on.
Guests staying in this luxury hotel are offered a refined Southern style that allows them to de-stress and unwind. The interior beauty of the hotel offers high ceilings, silk window dressings, dozens of fireplaces, and plush bedding with luxurious Italian linens in every room. The 64 spacious rooms and suites offer sophisticated, traditional stylings that pay homage to the hotel’s 19th-century heritage. The beauty, convenience, and comfort of this boutique hotel are sure to leave every guest with a lasting impression.
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Planters Inn is located at 112 North Market Street, 0.5 km from the center of Charleston. Charleston City Market is the closest landmark to Planters Inn.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Planters Inn.
Yes, Planters Inn offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Planters Inn does not offer free parking.
No, Planters Inn does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Planters Inn is 16.1 km from Charleston AFB-Municipal. Planters Inn is 94.8 km from Hilton Head Island.
No, pets are not allowed at Planters Inn.
No, Planters Inn does not have a pool onsite.