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Stay at Luxury Hotels in Charleston With Style!

There are dozens of amazing things to do in Charleston SC. The area is full of historical sights, fun beaches activities, art galleries, shopping and so much more. Spend a week or a weekend exploring everything that Charleston has to offer with the French Quarter Inn!

 

The French Quarter Inn is an award-winning boutique hotel located in downtown Charleston. Their amazing hotel has made Conde Nast Traveler’s gold list for hotels five years in a row. Looking at the French Quarter Inn’s amazing amenities it’s not hard to understand why they win so many awards. Upon check-in to the hotel, guests receive a glass of Champagne.  There is an afternoon wine and cheese reception, fresh baked cookies and milk in the evening, a gourmet continental breakfast served to each guest’s hotel room or enjoyed in the hotel lobby and more. Guests can even have the concierge book a 60 or 90-minute massage in the comfort of their own guest room.

 

When its time to explore Charleston, the French Quarter Inn is located just a short walking distance from all the best attractions. It’s a short walk to beautiful Waterfront Park where visitors can get a scoop of gelato and watch the boats pass through the harbor. The are dozens of amazing art galleries located in the French Quarter of Charleston to explore, and its just a hop, skip and jump to King Street for some amazing upscale and boutique shopping.

 

When dinner rolls around, the French Quarter Inn has you covered there too. On the main floor of their hotel is Tristan Restaurant. This exquisite four-diamond restaurant serves some amazing cuisine including Housemade Ricotta Cavatelli, Scottish Salmon and much more. Tristan is one of the most amazing restaurants in Charleston SC with a huge wine list.

 

Book your Charleston vacation with the French Quarter Inn and spend a week or weekend in the lap of luxury.

Posted in News by dpressly on May 30, 2013

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