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|Distance to city center||0.4 mi|
|Nearest Airport||Charleston AFB-Municipal|
|Distance to airport||9.9 mi|
|"Staff was outstanding; parking included."||(in 119 reviews)|
|"The location was perfect!."||(in 229 reviews)|
|"Location and property staff excellent."||(in 240 reviews)|
|"Air conditioner was aweful!"||(in 3 reviews)|
|"Horrible, weak, flavorless coffee."||(in 5 reviews)|
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|air conditioner||in 11 reviews|
|beautiful hotel||in 112 reviews|
|beds were very comfortable||in 52 reviews|
|cheese and crackers||in 28 reviews|
|enjoyed our stay||in 59 reviews|
|free parking||in 228 reviews|
|great location||in 435 reviews|
|happy hour||in 20 reviews|
|historic district||in 13 reviews|
|kuerig coffee maker||in 26 reviews|
|restaurants and shopping||in 30 reviews|
|rooms were small||in 56 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 427 reviews|
|tea and cookies||in 49 reviews|
|walking distance||in 58 reviews|
Wedding night “Here’s your room Check out 11”
My wife and I loved the location, it was easy access to Historic Charleston. We also liked the parking availability.
The temperature in the room was not well controlled. The unit was extremely loud. We had some pleasant temperatures in the 70's and 80's while visiting. We kept the unit on lowest temp with highest fan and the unit could not keep room comfortable.
Very friendly and informed staff, and super central location.
Surprised the hotel did'nt have a restaurant, except for small breakfast offering.
Unclean rooms. Staff was unfriendly
The staff and location were excellent. The rooms were a bit small. Great for walking around the historical district. We can't say enough about the front desk personal especially the young man on Tuesday night when we checked in. Very helpful with finding a place to eat and dealing with some minor requests. A bit pricey .
The King Charles Inn is located in Charleston’s Historic District and dates back to the early 19th century. Originally the home of the Pavilion Hotel, this hotel hosted Edgar Allen Poe when he served as a soldier at Fort Moultrie nearby. The King Charles Inn was built in the same space in 1958 and has a rich history in a beautiful part of South Carolina.
Parking is entirely free for guests at the King Charles Inn, as is high-speed Wi-Fi, coffee during breakfast, tea and cookie service at night, and passes to Pivotal Fitness. It also hosts an evening reception featuring artisan cheeses and other accompaniments. There is an outdoor pool with a sundeck and terrace, along with a business center, and concierge services.
Each room is beautifully appointed, and guests can choose from a traditional double bed room, traditional queen, traditional king, and a deluxe king room. The hotel also offers king junior suites as well as two-double bed rooms for those who need the extra space. Inside the rooms, you can expect a large LCD television, Keurig coffeemaker, coffee pods, iron, hairdryer, and a mini refrigerator. Guests also have access to bottled water, an iHome iPod, and an iPhone docking station.
Guests don’t need to leave this majestic space to enjoy great Charleston dining as BREW Pub and Café is on-site. This café offers a hearty breakfast with items like chocolate croissants, homemade quiches, and egg sandwiches. Later in the day, guests can sample locally crafted wine, beer, and spirits while enjoying terrace seating overlooking the pool.
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- Affordable parking
- Accessible parking
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|Charleston AFB-Municipal||9.9 mi|
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