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The Restoration on King
Charleston, South CarolinaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At The Restoration on King
Located on historic King Street, this boutique hotel features beautifully designed luxury suites, a charming and attentive staff, and great locale for shopping, dining, and seeing Charleston's historic sites.
Though less ornate than some of Charleston's other top inns, the Restoration on King epitomizes Southern hospitality: fresh muffins, fruit, and bagels are delivered each morning in a picnic basket, wine and cheese are served in the lobby, and the nightly turndown service leaves behind cold milk and chocolate chip cookies from the Charleston Cookie Company. Following a complete overhaul in 2011, the red brick building—set on one of Charleston's main streets—is equally as notable as the at-your-service staffers; the 16 suites have spacious terraces and exposed-brick walls for an unexpected urban edge among downtown's 19th-century buildings. And the hotel's location, right in the heart of the historic district, means that City Market, the colorful homes of Rainbow Row, and Battery Park are just short, cobblestoned walks away.
Come evening, head to the rooftop bar at the nearby Vendue Inn for sunset views of Fort Sumter and the Ravenel Bridge.
Send a shopping list to the staff before arriving and they'll stock your in-room fridge with your favorite snacks.
Arrive at Charleston International Airport (CHS), which is approximately 15 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 30 minutes of travel time.75 Wentworth Street, Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Rooftop Terrace
- Provisioning Service
- Laundry Service
- Rollaway Beds
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Wireless Internet Access
- Valet Parking
- Private Patios
- Turndown Service
- iPod Docks
- In-Unit Laundry Facilities
- Flat-Panel Televisions
- Luxury Linens
- Coffee + Tea
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Fully-Equipped Kitchens
- Room Service
- 2-person occupancy in 1-bedroom suite
- 4-person occupancy in 2-bedroom suite
- Gourmet continental breakfast each morning
- Afternoon wine and cheese reception
- Freshly baked cookies and milk
- Free WiFi
- Full-size kitchen
Why We Love Charleston
Southern charm, gracious plantations, and a beloved food scene are just part of what makes Charleston the pride of the Lowcountry.
Poe's Tavern: 2210 Middle St., Sullivan's Island.
Lunch for two from $30.
Outdoor Excursion: Charleston's picturesque harbor is ideal for boating: At Aquarium Wharf, board the Schooner Pride—an 84-foot, three-mast schooner.
360 Concord St.
Trips from $34 per person.
Where to Eat: At FIG, farm-to-table ingredients are used to create French-inflected Southern classics. Standouts include grilled king mackerel, pan-roasted Palmetto squab, and suckling pig confit.
232 Meeting St.
Dinner for two from $100.
Where to Drink: Join the Original Pub Tour of Charleston, which stops by five of the city's historic bars. The 2.5-hour tour includes appetizers, craft brews, and tales of bootleggers, ghosts, and pirates.
40 N. Market St.
Tours from $30 per person.
Why Go Now
Now through April 21, 2012
Festival of Houses and Gardens
Go behind the scenes at some of America's historic, private residences, some dating to the 18th century.
Historic District, Charleston.
May 25 - June 10, 2012
Spoleto Festival USA
For 17 days each spring, some of the world's best performers of classical music, opera, dance, and theater perform at venues throughout the city, including the Gaillard Auditorium.
77 Calhoun St.