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French Quarter Inn
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Why Stay At French Quarter Inn
Located in Charleston's charming Historic District, the Provençal-style inn overlooks the City Market and is steps from the colorful residences of Rainbow Row.
The French Quarter Inn delivers a slice of French aristocratic elegance to the heart of Charleston. The boutique hotel welcomes guests with a complimentary glass of bubbly and decanters filled with chilled iced tea are available in the lobby throughout afternoons. The 50-room inn might just as well be at home in Paris's chic 8th arrondissement with high ceilings, a grand curved staircase and rococo-inspired wooden headboards. Guest quarters show off sophisticated furnishings while offering all the mod cons like flat-screen Blu-ray TVs, high-speed Internet, mini fridges and iPod docking stations. Choose from the extensive pillow menu ranging in designs from Swedish massage to down and buckwheat; then devour your nightly treat of fresh-baked cookies and milk or order a glass of Port wine for a nightcap.
Served in the grand lobby or on the outdoor patio on warm days, the inn's complimentary European breakfast includes mimosas, croissants and fresh fruit.
Take advantage of the inn's complimentary bike fleet and set out to explore Charleston's harbor streets on two wheels.
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
Vibrant with youthful energy that pulses through Charleston's artsy boundary-pushing communities, and filled with Southern charm, the city is the pride of the Lowcountry.
82 Society Street, Charleston.
Where to Drink: A favored spot for locals, former 1920's speakeasy Blind Tiger Pub serves a popular Sunday brunch enhanced by expertly mixed high-volume Bloody Maries. Drinks for two $8.
38 Broad St., Charleston.
Outdoor Excursion: Take a self-guided tour around Charleston's National Historic Landmark: America's oldest landscaped gardens at Middleton Place encompass 65 acres and centuries-old camellias or azaleas blossom year-round.
Best Day Trip: Follow local historian Alphonso Brown who leads a two-hour tour focusing on Charleston's Creole Gullah culture. Beginning at the city Visitor Center, sites along the way include Catfish Row and Sweetgrass Market.
Why Go Now
September 3 - 14, 2014
Charleston Restaurant Week
Enjoy Charleston's world-renowned cuisine as participating restaurants offer three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus.
October 19, 2014
27th Annual Mount Pleasant Children's Day
Time-honored festival games and old-fashioned pony rides plus enormous inflatable slides, live entertainment, wall climbing, face painting, and many other activities.
Park West Recreation Complex, Mount Pleasant.
November 6, 2014
Light the Night Walk
Walk for a cause carrying illuminated balloons and raise money for cancer research.
Mount Pleasant Waterfront Park.