Was perfect for our 20th wedding anniversary. Hotel staff was wonderful. The first room we checked into was next door to screaming kids. I called down to the desk to explain my wife and I were on our 20th wedding anniversary and we didnt want to be next to screaming kids. The hotel staff moved us to a new room no questions asked. We came back to the room that night to find 2 glasses, a card, and a chilled bottle of champagne! The card had Happy 20th anniversary on it. So thoughtful and so awesome!
Excellent four day stay. Visited Chaeleston many times and had never stayed in town. Excellent location on Queen St. Very close to King. Everything is within an easy walk. Shopping and plenty of places to dine. Would highly recommend!
Traveller from dayton, ohio
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Spent 5 nights at the A.P. Inn with my mom
during a mother/daughter trip to Charleston. Each member of the staff we encountered was pleasant and helpful. Location is only a block from the market shops and horse carriages. Room was cute and clean. Keep in mind it is a historic boutique hotel so the rooms are not huge. Each morning they serve a lovely breakfast on the rooftop terrace. Trays are provided if you would rather take your breakfast back to your room to enjoy. Overall a very nice stay and we would stay there again without hesitation.
We were very impressed with the HarbourView Hotel. Lots of nice touches like warm cookies at check in. The room was large and clean and the bathroom was in perfect, new condition. The staff were friendly and helpful all the way around.
after spending one night in a noisy room on the second floor which had the conference facilities that were causing day and night noise to the adjacent guest rooms, we were moved, at our request, to a quieter room on the 5th floor. The rooms are fine, not overly big or luxurious but comfortable. Staff is friendly and helpfull.
"Great Location and Service; Love the "Art" Theme"
The Vendue works at exceeding expectations and it did just that. Everyone was quite pleasant and helpful, even when we checked in at 5:30 AM. We think the evening meal at the restaurant was our best of the entire trip! Go on Tuesday when the resident artist is painting in the dining room. Be sure to chat with Emily, the art docent about the art in the hotel; she's very knowledgeable. No fault of the hotel, but our worst part of the experience was Charleston Street dept was digging up the pavement right outside our window at nighttime the last two nights.
Our snowman, RBDN, loved spending the day looking out the window. (See Picture)
Dating back to Colonial times, Charleston, home to 120,000 people, was nearly obliterated during the American Civil War. However, some historic buildings remain and are popular destinations, including Fort Sumnter, Boone Hall Plantation, and the Old Exchange Buildings. The South Carolina Aquarium, home to 10,000 plants and animals, is another popular tourist attraction.