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Shopping near The French Quarter Inn

When visiting Charleston, South Carolina the French Quarter Inn is one of the nicest hotels to stay at.  It overlooks the new City Market and St. Philip’s Steeple.  There is over 300 years of American history right outside of the hotel.  All of the rooms are newly redesigned and are inspired by the old world elegance of Parisian chateau.  Overall the best part about the Historic Charleston Hotel is the combination of location and luxury.  There is the best shopping near The French Quarter Inn unlike anywhere else in Charleston.

King Street Fashion District is the most popular place for all of your shopping in Charleston.  The area is known for high fashion and have the latest and greatest trends.  There is more than just clothing to find when you walk around the Fashion District.  You will always see book stores, art galleries, gifts, and home decor.  There are many popular categories when it comes to shopping in this area.

Antiques

As most people know Charleston is known for all of the history they have.  There is nearly over 300 years of history in the holy city.  When shopping you will find many great antiques that you may never find in another area.  There are many great finds from the 18th and 19th century include furniture, silver, china, and brass.  Throughout King Street Fashion District you will find many antique shops giving you the ability to explore and find all of the great picks.

Art Galleries

Another very famous part of Charleston along with the history are the Art Galleries they have.  There are hundreds of art galleries to be found throughout the city.  All which have their own unique design and feel.  In the District you will get the greatest Southern experience of painters with beautiful work.

Specialty Stores

Everyone loves a great specialty store where the gifts and unique and one-of-a-kind.  In the King Street Fashion District you will find many different items.  This includes items found on TV, candle stores, and holiday stores that are fitting to a specific season.

Posted in News by French Quarter Inn on September 7, 2012

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