Small, basic, clean hotel. Nice self-serve breakfast. Bathroom is small (just a shower & toilet behind a pocket door. Sink in the bedroom...with minimal counter space), but if you're not staying inside the hotel all day, who cares. A plus is Bessinger's BBQ is walking distance away.
Not bad for reasonably priced hotel across the Ashby River but still quite close to Charleston Historic District. Free parking is great to have. Spacious eating area for ok free breakfast. Could use decor updating. Definitely poor sound proofing in rooms. Went to sleep and woke to voices next door and in halls.
The last leg of a long business road trip and decided to give this particular Best Western a try. The room was very clean and toiletries were included (and if you forgot toiletries they would give them to you at the front desk). The complimentary breakfast included omelets, pancakes, waffles, fruits, yogurts, etc., etc.
Wonderful experience and would stay there again.
Overall the hotel is nice and has a decent complimentary breakfast. The only downside to me was the location.
You can only turn right out of it so you have to do an U turn if you need to go left ( which is the direction I needed ) The parking lot is small so if you get there late, you may have to park off site which is an inconvenience.
The inside was nice and the staff were pleasant enough.
Traveller from NC
Five minutes from downtown historic Charleston, at the intersection of I-526 and US-17. Ten minutes from the Charleston …More
Check-in was quick and easy when we reached at 11pm. There were 2 people at the desk and the hotel was at capacity on a Tuesday night. Room was big enough for our family of 3 (child is only 2). The room was a bit dated but everything was functional.
We had complimentary breakfast the next day. Coffee/tea, cereal, grits, bagel/toast, and waffle maker were all available. Morning staff didn't say anything when I walked by the desk in the morning while loading bags. Overall a good experience.
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.