Living in one of the world’s most coveted travel destinations has its benefits. For starters, when it comes to comfortable hotels, tourists and locals have the option to handpick their accommodations, bouncing from one charming location to the next. As for the King Charles Inn? It’s certainly no exception to the rule. Stationed conveniently in the heart of the Holy City’s “Museum Mile” on 237 Meeting Street, the King Charles Inn features 91 comfortable rooms, a newly renovated cozy brew pub & cafe, and an outdoor pool, where guests have the option to lounge underneath the terrace. Cozy accommodations aside, the local hotel is also steeped in Charleston history. Prior to The King Charles Inn opening in 1958, the space housed several hotels, one (The Pavilion Hotel) which is rumored to have hosted Edgar Allen Poe in the early 1800s.

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So, if you’re in need of a locale for a weekend away, consider King Charles Inn.



Jordan Amaker
Director of Marketing & Communications
Director of Marketing & Communications