Hotels and Travel

Ready to visit the city voted #1 in the world by readers of Condé Nast Traveler and Travel+Leisure? Wherever you decide to stay, you can't go wrong!

Book a room in one of our discounted hotel room blocks in the downtown Charleston area.

Courtyard Marriott

The Courtyard Charleston Historic District offers a sought-after Southern experience and beautiful outdoor space reminiscent of a Charleston Garden.

Distance to Gaillard: 3 minute walk.

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Francis Marion

The historic Francis Marion Hotel features beautifully restored guest rooms overlooking the iconic Marion Square.

Distance to Gaillard: 9 minute walk

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The Dewberry

A luxury escape in the heart of downtown Charleston, The Dewberry is a local landmark, as well as a marquee destination for residents and visitors alike.

Distance to Gaillard: 7 minute walk.

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Hampton Inn

The historic district is right on our doorstep; we’re adjacent to the Charleston Museum (the nation’s oldest), with easy access to Gibbes Museum of Art and the Children’s Museum.

Distance to Gaillard: 6 minute walk.

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Hotel Bella Grace

As one of Charleston's newest boutique hotels, Hotel Bella Grace promises to deliver home-grown, locally-inspired hospitality and culture.

Distance to Gaillard: 3 minute walk.

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Hotel Bennett

The south's grandest new luxury hotel, Hotel Bennett is inspired by native Charlestonians and European classic design creating a new nexus of culture. It embodies the spirit of the city’s rich heritage, southern grace, vibrant architecture and mesmerizing scenery.

Distance to Gaillard: 6 minute walk.

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Renaissance

Experience the Holy City from Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel. Our southern charm blends with eclectic local artwork and boutique amenities to create a unique destination hotel in downtown Charleston, South Carolina.

Distance to Gaillard: 9 minute walk.

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Explore Charleston

Experience all that Charleston has to offer! Plan your visit with the tour and activity recommendations below.

Carriage Tours
  • Come tour historic downtown Charleston by horse-drawn carriage. You’ll see incredible homes, gardens, mansions, and learn about the history and architecture along the way.
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Arthur Ravenel Bridge
  • The Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge is the longest cable-stayed bridge in North America and is great for anyone who wants to run, bike, or walk it’s length in a 2.5 mile long pedestrian path. Once at the top, the views are breathtaking.
Fort Sumter
  • Charleston's "must do" - travel back in time by boat and experience where the Civil War began with Fort Sumter Tours. Boats depart daily from downtown and Patriots Point.
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Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum
  • Walk in the steps of heroes at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum, home of the USS Yorktown.
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Gray Line City Tour
  • Tour beautiful, historic Charleston SC from the luxury of our air conditioned mini-buses.
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Old Jail Tour
  • As seen on “Ghost Hunters” and “Ghost Adventures”, the tour explores Charleston’s most haunted building, the Old City Jail.
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Charleston Culinary Tours
  • Charleston Culinary Tours combine the best of Charleston history, food, and drinks with unique historic walking tours.
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Historic Charleston Walking Tour
  • Experience the charm of Charleston in a two hour walking tour with genuine local flavor. Along the way you will be entertained with anecdotes of colorful characters, notorious events and tales of days gone by.
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Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
  • Selected as one of "America's Most Beautiful Gardens", Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is one of the oldest plantations in the South.
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Charleston Tea Plantation
  • The Charleston Tea Plantation is America's largest working tea garden. Explore the 127-acre farm on foot or via trolley - and don't miss the factory tour to see the tea from leaf to bag.
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Waterfront Park
  • Enjoy a post-cocktail or pre-dinner stroll along The Battery, lined with stately, antebellum homes on one side and Charleston Harbor on the other.
Shem Creek
  • Flowing through the heart of Mount Pleasant, Shem Creek is known for its waterfront restaurants, kayaking, paddleboarding, and dolphin watching.
Sullivan’s Island
  • Sullivan’s Island - regarded as one of the most beautiful of all the beaches in the Lowcountry and filled with locals restaurants and shops.
Folly Beach
  • Trek to The Edge of America, better known as Folly Beach for its surf, beachside restaurants, food trucks, and outdoor activities
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