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French Quarter Inn
Charleston, South Carolina
Why Stay At French Quarter Inn
This Parisian-inspired inn is located in Charleston's Historic District, steps from serene gardens, St. Michael's Church, and the colorful residences of Rainbow Row.
A little bit southern, a little bit Parisian, Charleston's 50-room French Quarter Inn has plenty of charm. Set in the city's Historic District, a quick walk from City Market, the boutique hotel hits all the right Lowcountry notes: travelers are welcomed with champagne, and iced tea decanters are arranged in the lobby each afternoon. Interiors, however, are all Euro-chic: consider the rococo-inspired wooden headboards and an elegant, curved staircase that would be equally at home in Paris's 8th Arrondissement as it is in this prime corner of Charleston's French Quarter, south of Market Street.
The hotel's complimentary breakfast, served in the grand lobby, includes mimosas, croissants, and fresh fruit.
Explore the city's harbor streets on two wheels, thanks to the hotel's fleet of complimentary bike rentals.
Arrive at Charleston International Airport (CHS) which is approximately 15 miles from the inn. Anticipate about 30 minutes of travel time.166 Church Street, South Carolina, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Champagne Welcome
- Complimentary Bike Rental
- 24-Hour Business Center
- 24-Hour Coffee Service
- Boutique Gift Shop
- All-Day Iced Tea + Snacks
- 40" Flat screen TVs
- Blu-Ray DVD Players
- CD Players
- Clock Radios
- In-room Safes
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Mini Refrigerators
- Pillow Menu
- Oversized Bathrooms
- Luxury Spa Products
- Waffle-weave Robes
- Complimentary Breakfast
- In-room Dining
- Evening Wine + Cheese Reception
- 4 person maximum occupancy
- Champagne and lady fingers at check-in
- Breakfast each morning (served in the lobby, on the terrace or to your room
- Evening wine and cheese reception
- Fresh baked cookies and milk each evening
- Evening turn down service with Charleston-inspired treat
- Pillow menu
Why We Love Charleston
Southern charm and boundary-pushing art are just part of what makes Charleston the pride of the Lowcountry. There's also a youthful energy that courses through the city's creative communities.
82 Society Street.
Dinner for two $36.
Best Day Tour: Local historian Alphonso Brown leads a two-hour tour that focuses on Gullah culture. The tour starts at the Charleston Visitors Center and stops at sites ranging from Catfish Row to the Sweetgrass Market.
Outdoor Escape: The 65 acres of landscaped gardens at Middleton Place are America's oldest, and are designed to blossom year-round.
Where to Drink: Formerly a 1920's speakeasy, the Blind Tiger Pub is still a favorite spot for locals, who crowd the bar on Sunday mornings for the Bloody Mary-infused brunch.
38 Broad St.
Drinks for two $4.
Why Go Now
October 21, 2012
Gardens for Gardeners Tour
Join the Charleston Horticultural Society on nearby Kiawah Island for a tour of 10 private gardens.
November 9-December 31, 2012
Holiday Festival of Lights
James Island County Park hosts a three-mile driving tour of the city's lights; the route culminates with a marshmallow roast.
January 27, 2013
Lowcountry Oyster Festival
Some 80,000 pounds of oysters are shucked every year at Boone Hall Plantation, in Mount Pleasant.
April 6, 2013
Cooper River Bridge Run
A 10K race over Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge.
May 24-June 9, 2013
Piccolo Spoleto Festival
The U.S. sister to the Italian festival, Piccolo Spoleto spotlights Southern artists with cultural performances and events.