I searched different hotels for my 4-day visit to Charleston, SC. Decided to stay out of the downtown Charleston HIstoric District area because the prices were too high for me. Glad I found Town and Country Inn and Suites. The hotel was much more than I expected. The lobby, reception area, and pool were well kept and clean. Our room was very spacious, clean, quiet, and comfortable. The bathroom had a glass door shower, a separate bathtub, and a large sink with plenty space for all our personal items. We had a king bed and the room had a sitting area with two big chairs and a small cocktail table. We were very pleased with our room and our stay in general. We rented a car and it was very convenient to drive to downtown Charleston, the Plantations, Patriots Point, and the beaches. There was a diner near by where he had breakfast one day, and a very good restaurant for lunch, the Glass Onion, highly recommended too.
Our family (2 adults, 1 9 year old, and a 10-month old) stayed here for three nights. We were visiting friends who live in West Ashley and it was very close and convenient for us. The room was big enough for us and everything was decent enough. We'd stay here again if needed for sure.
My wife and I were pleasantly surprised by the overall condition of the La Quinta since our last stay there more than a year ago. Why I picked the La Quinta was due to location, parking and price. Our room was clean and beds were comfortable.
We enjoyed the way our room was set up and thought that it had nice decor. It was very clean and seemed updated. The beds AND pullout couch were very comfortable (as opposed to other hotels that we have stayed in on the same street). I really enjoyed the breakfast with hard boiled eggs - perfect protein for a GF DF YF person like me! Was surprised that the fridge did not have a freezer section to refreeze our ice packs. It was a bit tricky to get the temp right in the room as the room A/C was the blower type on the outside wall and tends to make the room a bit cool or muggy in blasts. Overall very happy with accommodations and crispness of room.
Traveller from MA
Five minutes from downtown historic Charleston, at the intersection of I-526 and US-17. Ten minutes from the Charleston …More
The area is a little rough however we got a great room with a living room area and large bathroom. The bed was very comfortable and had a large TV. The breakfast was average however the hotel staff was very nice and helped us with any questions we had. Would definitely stay there again when visiting Charleston. About 10-15 minutes drive to downtown depending on traffic.
Traveller from Charlotte
This hotel is in Charleston, west of the Ashley River; Charles Towne Landing and Magnolia Plantations are within 4 …More
The hotel is located in a beautiful spot next to the marina and river, very quiet. It was a quick easy drive to the historic district and the hotel offered convenient shuttle service all evening to the center of the historic district. I was impressed with the friendliness and work of the staff. A pleasant place to stay.
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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.