Only 10 mins from historic downtown Charleston with nearby IHOP, restaurants and freshly made KrispiCreme donuts! Life is good :-). Hotel is clean, friendly staff, breakfast and a great pool. Great deal.
good breakfast, extremely nice Hotel staff, rooms are clean and quiet, Hotels in Charleston tend to be a little pricier than other places, this one is affordable, so I was trying to lower my expectations, it was a good surprise to find out that the rooms are very clean and Hotel staff is awesome. I would stay there again and again when visiting Charleston.
you get what you pay for. The hotel was the cheapest we could find close to James Island.
the beds were too small. the bed covers were stained. and the humidity in the room was terrible.
breakfast was fine. the pool was closed for maintenance.
we decided that next time we'll pay a little extra and stay somewhere more comfortable
Room was nice...bed very comfortable. The breakfast that was included was plentiful. Can't go wrong with the mini waffle makers! :-) Location--not as close to the downtown but they offered a regular shuttle after 5pm which was cool.
We were greeted by Rachel and she was wonderful! She made sure we were told of the amenities, like the pool and breakfast the next morning. She was pleasant and very professional.The next morning, the breakfast was excellent and just what we needed to start our day. We sat outside by the pool and enjoyed our breakfast. The rooms were clean and any other hotel staff we encountered were willing to offer assistance if we needed it. We are looking forward to our next visit.
Convenient for us. Don't expect any views. Pool is spooky. But, for under $100, the rooms were clean, comfortable, breakfast was just fine-plenty of choices. Staff was nice. A really good value for the money.
Traveller from Charlotte, NC
This hotel is in Charleston, west of the Ashley River; Charles Towne Landing and Magnolia Plantations are within 4 …More
West Ashley (population 54,000) was the site of many battles during the Revolutionary and American Civil wars. It is noted as the original site of Charleston by English colonists in 1670. Today, the historic site is known as Charles Towne Landing and it features Charleston’s zoo, gardens, and a reproduction of a 17th century sailing vessel.