The French Quarter Inn was the last stop for us on what was a three state, three week road trip. It was also the very best of all the hotels we stayed in. Not that the other hotels were bad this one was just a step above. We were there for three nights - April 7, 8 and 9. The hotel is lovely - it is quaint and superbly maintained. It is in a great location making it easy to see most of Historic Charleston by walking. Our room was lovely. It was located on the second floor and was a suite. It had a bedroom, bathroom and sitting room with a working fireplace. Our balcony overlooked Church Street and had wonderful full sun in the afternoon. The room was immaculate and I could not have asked for a better bed. The staff at the hotel was could not have been nicer. Check-in was smooth and quick. The staff goes out of their to make your stay pleasant and enjoyable. They will help with any reservations you need for any activities or dining reservations. If it is a first trip to Charleston, like it was ours, the staff could not have helped us more in planning what to do. They have a small breakfast buffet in the morning - which includes a selection of cereals, yogurt, fruit, Danish, juices and several other items. There is a happy hour (wine and a variety of cheese, meats and other appetizers) in the late afternoon and cookies and milk at bedtime - all of which is included. All the food offered it fresh and well prepared. There is always coffee and tea available. In the afternoon they have urns containing tea, lemonade and flavored water available for the guests as well. We were more than surprised when upon returning from dinner the first evening we had a basket in our room. The basket had a number of local products for us to try and several tickets for things to do within the area. What a nice thing to do. This hotel is wonderful - it is a jewel. I can't wait to stay there again. We did have a little trouble finding the hotel as the main entrance is actually on a side street and not Church - but I guess the town told them their address had to be 166 Church - so you might want to check for a more accurate address location for your GPS when driving in. Also - I believe you also have to pay for parking but I had booked a package where parking was included so I did not have to worry about it for the first two nights only the last night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The AAA Four Diamond Inn's newly redesigned rooms are inspired by the old world elegance of a Parisian chateau set against the architectural backdrop of Charleston's classic French Quarter. Red medallion-patterned draperies and damask chenille upholstery in hues of black, white and gold create a rich distinction between the fabrics and furniture, of the highest quality.Among many other amenities, guests of the hotel enjoy complimentary items such as: champagne and lady fingers at check-in, an evening wine and cheese reception, freshly baked cookies and milk, evening turn down service and gourmet continental breakfast in the lobby or served to your room. The over-sized guest rooms, some with working fireplaces, private balconies, and whirlpool tubs, provide imagery of an era gone by, but still grants contemporary amenities a sophisticated traveler has come to expect. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- French Quarter Hotel Charleston
- French Quarter Charleston
- French Quarter Inn Charleston Sc