Planning a visit to Charleston? 10Best's Charleston hotel guide will point you in the right direction. Charleston welcomes more new travelers to the lowcountry each year, with approximately 4.8 million tourist visitors in 2012. Note: the peak seasons for area hotels run from March to July, and rise again during the month of October, due to Charleston's temperate spring and fall weather.
While hotel room rates are undoubtedly higher during these peak times, Charleston's lodging scene includes some less costly, off the peninsula options that can be found mere minutes from downtown. Visitors coming to the lowcountry for weddings or honeymoons delight in the ultra-modern loft rooms of The Restoration on King, while families with children breathe easier knowing they just a few blocks from both the Children's Museum and South Carolina Aquarium when staying at the Embassy Suites. When your most important hotel criteria is it’s location in the historic heart of the city, book a Club Level room at the elegant Charleston Place Hotel, or a balcony suite at the French Quarter Inn. Let the world's Most Mannerly City welcome you with the special services and amenities unique to Charleston's own hospitality and tradition.
A South Carolina native and avid locavore, Clare also ventured abroad to Spain and north to Boston before returning to Charleston and her beloved Lowcountry.
Clare works and plays in downtown Charleston, spending her days enjoying the city’s perpetually sunny weather, nearby beaches and ever-growing food and craft beer scene.
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