As many previous reviews had indicated, the best place to stay in the Charleston historic area is certainly the Andrew Pickney Inn. We booked the recently renovated St Phillip suite; it was comfortable, spacious, and included a large soaking tub. All the best restauarnats and major historic sights were a walk (or pleasant and reasonably priced pedi-cab ride) away. The rooftop breakfasts were highlighted by a daily special casserole; Sandy, a very friendly and informative front office manager, should be credited for his French toast casserole masterpiece. Limited direct parking is easily accommodated by the commercial lot directly across the street with essentially the same daily charge. We'll go back!! (Only caution: avoid the summer heat & humidity.)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the heart of the historic district and recently restored, the Andrew Pinckney Inn is at the center of everything Charleston has to offer. With our ideal downtown location, find yourself just steps away from the lively atmosphere of renowned restaurants and shops that surround Charleston’s historic City Market. For over 200 years, the Charleston City Market has been a retreat for both locals and visitors to find unique treasures delivered by over 100 vendors. And with a mild year-round climate, Charleston, SC is best enjoyed outdoors. Spend the day exploring our charming city, or soak in the warm sunshine on our rooftop terrace which boasts stunning views of the Charleston skyline and vibrant harbor. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Andrew Pinckney Hotel Charleston
- Andrew Pinckney Charleston