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King Street Hotels & Historic Inns Charleston SC

King Street Lodging ... Nestled in the midst of the King Street Design District, the King Street Antiques District and the City Market are some great historic inns and the Francis Marion Hotel offering excellent lodging for those who want to be in the thick of things.

387 King Street Charleston SC 29403
(843) 722-0600
The Francis Marion Hotel, located in the heart of historic Charleston, South Carolina, was the largest and grandest in the Carolinas when it opened in 1924. Named for General Francis Marion, the "Swamp Fox" of the American Revolution, the Francis Marion Hotel re-opened in 1996 after a $12 million National Trust award-winning restoration, and is once again Charleston's Grand Hotel.
560 King Street Charleston SC 29401
(843) 720.2600
Private, intimate, exceptionally accommodating, Fulton Lane Inn surrounds you with the comfort and gracious ambiance of a bygone era. Many of our spacious rooms feature oversized whirlpool baths and luxurious canopied beds draped with hand strung netting are some of the distinctive appointments that add to your romantic retreat. Other rooms enjoy cathedral ceilings, and several offer fireplaces. Throughout, soaring windows frame captivating vistas of the city's historic skyline, punctuated with the many trademark church spires.
560 King Street, Charleston SC 29403
(843) 207-2299
Contemporary apartment-style suites are the alternative to typical hotel accommodations with the Hyatt Grand Bed and 42inch LG flat-screen TV and one-bedroom suites with kitchens and separate living spaces.
198 King Street, Charleston SC 29403
(843) 414-4900
Sophisticated, spacious downtown charleston hotel on King Street with complimentary breakfast buffet each morning.
198 King Street, Charleston SC 29401
(843) 723.7000
Built in 1854, Kings Courtyard Inn is one Charleston's most historic Inns. Architect Francis D. Lee designed the three-story antebellum structure in the Greek revival style with unusual Egyptian detail. The building is one of King Street's largest and oldest structures, and has had many uses in the 130 year existence-high quality shops, private residences, and at one time, the upper floors were used as an Inn catering to plantation owners, shipping interests and merchant guests.

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