Overall a nice hotel. A bit awkward to get to the first time as it is not directly on a main road, but easy enough once you figure it out. The only minor issue I have is in regard to the TV location. The rooms (at least ours) are not a conventional, "pass by the bathroom upon entering" configuration. ...
Hotel was in an great area was as described. It was a short drive to downtown Charleston and was easy off and on from the major road ways. Marina was a nice area to walk around and the dogs loved it.
enjoyed being able to walk to the beach,the area was beautiful and a quick walk easy walk brought us to the beach,also was close to downtown Charleston and we also toured the magnolia plantation which was within easy driving distance
Location, location, location. You couldn't ask for a more convenient location to the major attractions, literally across the street from the market. Room decor is somewhat dated with peeling paint on ceiling and walls but all necessary amenities are present and functional - you are in charleston ...
Highly recommend. The room structure is pretty bizarre--very long and narrow. But overall it was exceptionally clean and I felt very comfortable. Great little kitchenette and the pool was a treat for my kids (we'd been driving for hours). Breakfast was really lovely with a lot of selections and everything ...
Can't say anything bad about this hotel. Great location in Mount pleasant, a suburb of Charleston. Downtown is at most 20 min from this hotel. The staff is very welcoming and friendly, and free continental breakfast is included. Clean rooms and ample parking.
Located in the center of South Carolina's coastline, Charleston is a welcoming waterfront community with a rich history. It boasts wonderfully-preserved architecture and is consistently voted one of the most beautiful cities in America. Take a step back in time, and embrace the well-mannered atmosphere and charming surroundings.
The city has a vast collection of landmarks with historical significance, offering visitors a sense of many pivotal moments in the development of the United States. The Fort Sumter National Monument gives visitors a chance to view where the first shots were fired during the Civil War.
To get an inside glimpse into antebellum life, a must-visit attraction is the Aiken-Rhett House Museum. Originally constructed in the early 1800s, this house has been completely preserved. It is a fascinating journey through a mansion complete with antiques, grand living quarters and stables.
Visitors love to stroll by the stately buildings or take a carriage ride past gorgeous mansions lined with magnolia-filled gardens. One of the most popular places to visit is the Battery. This picturesque neighborhood houses a row of Southern-styled mansions with views of the Charleston Harbor.
The Magnolia Plantation & Garden is ideal for nature lovers. The wildlife is amazing and includes otters, turtles and alligators. The petting zoo is a great place for small children, and the horticulture maze is an interesting challenge.
Charleston houses five distinct beach towns. They are great places to relax and enjoy the sun, sand and surf, along with a golf course. Kiawah Island holds miles of pure beach sand and marshland. The Isle of Palms is a family community with great sand, a marina and golfing opportunities.
Folly Beach, or "Edge of Americas," is a short distance from downtown, yet is one of the most relaxing spots in the area. Seabrook Island is another space filled with natural beauty and a laidback atmosphere. Sullivan's Island is extremely charming and offers an eclectic mixture of beach activity and historical sites: it was the site of both a Revolutionary War battle and an Edgar Allan Poe story.
Key Street is the place to head for the best Charleston shopping, but various districts offer top fashion and antiques. You can spend the day perusing the art galleries and quaint shops to discover special treasures. Antique lovers must visit George C. Birlant & Company, one of the oldest establishments in the area. To buy the most authentic souvenirs, visit the City Market to purchase sweet-grass baskets handcrafted by local artisans.
If you're looking to enjoy some down-home Southern cuisine, you’ve come to the right place. Across Charleston there are barbecue parlors, seafood houses and more upscale options. McCrady's has been a renowned downtown eatery for decades, elegantly serving the finest local foods, and boasting an award-winning wine cellar. Save room for dessert and a drink at Kaminsky's Café, which offers numerous coffees, spirits and pastries.
For an ultra-cozy experience, try the deluxe Charleston hotels in the Historic District, or the upscale boutique hotels downtown, where rates average about $300 per night. Most of the lodgings are within walking distance to the most popular attractions, and the opulence is palpable. However, Charleston has something for everyone, as the budget traveler will find less expensive chain hotels near Meeting Street. Rates are often under $100.
Charleston constantly keeps things interesting with various lively events and festivals. During May and June, the city hosts the Spoleto Festival USA. This performing-arts event showcases emerging talent and distinguished artists from around the world. Fall is the time for various food events, like the Charleston Restaurant Week and the Music and Food Festival. In December, the Christmas Special is a favorite. This two-hour variety show provides excellent family entertainment.
Spring is the best season to visit Charleston. Temperatures are mild, and foliage is beginning to bloom. However, hotel rates are at their highest. Summer temperatures rise into the 90s but still attract beach lovers. Winter temperatures are cooler but remain mild. Hotel rates are low, so it may be an ideal holiday getaway destination.
Highly recommend. The room structure is pretty bizarre--very long and narrow. But overall it was exceptionally clean and I felt very comfortable. Great little kitchenette and the pool was a treat for my kids (we'd been driving for hours). Breakfast was really lovely with a lot of selections and everything was fresh.
This hotel is a cheaper alternative to staying directly in Charleston, South Carolina. The amenities are adequate and the complimentary breakfast wasn't bad. Some downsides to staying here: it's about ten to fifteen minutes away from Charleston (which isn't all that bad), the walls are paper thin (we heard loud door slamming, loud talking, and other things that aren't very approbate for younger children), one of our queen beds had hair all over the sheets and pillows, the sides of the toilet wasn't cleaned, the fans are pretty loud, the room was dusty, and the staff are okay. Overall, if you're looking for something cheaper and just staying for two nights then it isn't a bad place to stay (Mount Pleasant also have some very good restaurants, including Page's Okra Grill). If you're looking for something a little more quiet and upscale, then I'd recommend staying in Charleston.
First time in Charleston and loved the stay at the Ansonborough Inn! Friendly staff and super charming ambiance!! Highly recommend!!
It was our 24th wedding anniversary and our first time in Charleston. The Mills House was the perfect location in the French Quarter. The hotel suprised us with champagne and chocolate strawberries!