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64 Hasell St, Charleston, SC 29401
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#6 of 39 B&Bs / Inns in Charleston
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Proudly standing in the Ansonborough District in Charleston, SC, is The Jasmine House, a pinnacle of elegance and sophistication. The Jasmine House features some of the finest examples of Greek Revival in the area with beautifully finished hardwood floors, 15-foot ceilings, renovated rooms, and custom ornate iron and wood work. We also offer fresh homemade cookies, cheese and wine, and, of course, free WiFi to our customers. When you stay with us you’ll experience class and customer service that’s unparalleled. Experience hospitality like nowhere else with The Jasmine House.
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JPGoins wrote a review Nov 2022
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We really loved staying at The Jasmine House. We stayed in one of the carriage house rooms & it was very clean, large & comfy. The complimentary snacks & drinks in our room was a nice touch. All of the staff we encountered were very nice & accommodating. The location was perfect, close to everything but still on a quiet street. We were able to walk everywhere we wanted to go, even the Battery & White Point Garden. The complimentary breakfast was adequate. I really enjoyed the afternoon wine & snack and evening champagne & macaroons. We will definitely stay here again & reccomend to friends & family.
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Felix F wrote a review Jul 2022
Wuppertal, Germany26 contributions6 helpful votes
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Authentic, friendly, clean, comfortable, free parking nearby, perfectly located to explore Charleston’s historical sights. Our stay was accompanied by several nice little surprises like afternoon snacks or some champagne in the evening. Staying there has enriched our journey. Thanks!
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Responded Sep 15, 2022
Dear Felix, Thank you so much for leaving our hotel your review! We really appreciate the time you took to leave us your feedback and we're so happy to hear that you enjoyed your stay with us. We hope you had a wonderful trip to Charleston and that we have the opportunity to welcome you back again in the future! Have a great day, The Jasmine House Team
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TravelToLive97 wrote a review Nov 2022
Detroit, Michigan33 contributions14 helpful votes
The Jasmine House is nearly perfect! The room was spacious and well appointed. You can't find a better room if you are looking for that old Charleston feel! Location is a 10! You can walk to everything there is to do, see, and eat in downtown Charleston. Absolutely loved the included morning breakfast and evening wine and cheese! The only area form improvement in my opinion was the bed. The room is huge and could easily accommodate a king size bed rather than the current queen. I also feel like the mattress could be upgraded to the 5-star level of everything else. Overall, we loved our stay at the Jasmine House and would definitely recommend it to anyone looking to stay in downtown.
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Date of stay: November 2022
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Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear TravelToLive97, Thank you for the wonderful review and thank you for suggestion, we will definitely work on that! All the Best, The Jasmine House Team
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Janelle wrote a review Oct 2022
Grand Rapids, Michigan131 contributions93 helpful votes
The stars are to give credit for the site and nice historical feel of the room, the pretty courtyard outside, (set back from the road, private), and general cleanliness of the room, as well as nice gifts of drinks/ snacks in the room and a good location, close to the historic district sites. I subtracted 2 stars for 4 reasons: The “breakfast”. It does look like they adjusted the website to call it a continental breakfast (without reducing the room rate significantly presumably). THIS WAS The worst breakfast we could remember from a place like this. I think the hard boiled eggs had been frozen, they were RUBBERY and disgusting. The bananas were brown enough to use in banana bread! The most edible things were the pre-packaged things (granola bars, yogurt, and breakfast bread slices individually wrapped). The same “fresh baked” rolls were still out the next day, bagels also all wrapped to avoid drying out, so who knows how old?—all of that did not look appetizing. And as other reviewers will point out we were told to eat in our room or on the courtyard, no one told us we could use the basement of the main house (which was mentioned in response to one of the reviews… we can see it when walking back to the back courtyard through the basement windows, and wondered if that was an office or what-it definitely isn’t a dining area and the furniture was modern). The DIRECTIONS. So we arrived after it was dark, and having never been to Charleston before we did not know the area at all, and therefore relied entirely on the email sent not once but twice (initially on reservation and then about a week before). I will quote the part of the email in bold: “Self-Parking and check-in occur at the Indigo Inn, which is across the street at 1 Maiden Ln, Charleston, SC 29401.” So ok, I don’t have a problem going to a different Inn to check in-if we can find it, and to get there we drove first in front of the Jasmine House, couldn’t see what was across the street very clearly without pulling in to a moderate sized parking lot with no markings for Indigo Inn or Jasmine House there, looked like it was a generic pay lot, but a much fuller looking separately blocked off parking lot next to this one in the same block was noted, so we pulled back out onto Hasell street, turned right onto Maiden Lane, going to the quoted address, and could only see the other side of the parking lot and no drive in anywhere, and so we turned right again, going around the block, and realized there was an entrance to the Indigo Inn there on Pinckney (NOT on Maiden Lane, and at night, not that easy to see), you see, the Jasmine House is on the north side of Hasell Street (a SW/NE road), and Maiden Lane makes an odd shaped trapezoid with the next east-west street, Pinckney Street, and the entrance is all the way on the other end of the parking lot, which is what Maiden Lane is bordering. We pulled in and I checked in, which was done fairly quickly. I’m ashamed to say I was a bit upset/ short with the staff person, it likely isn’t his fault that faulty/ confusing emails are sent repeatedly, and he nicely did help us get our luggage over to the Jasmine House once we found a spot to park. I thought people who stayed here from out of town should know how the set-up is, since their email doesn’t explain the situation that well. Oh and by the way the Indigo Inn had the same brown bananas almost ready for banana bread as I saw at the Jasmine House a little later. (And those were there until someone ate them or tossed them by our second morning, not to be replaced by fresh yellow ones) The difference is apparently the site? The indigo Inn’s rates are about $100 less per night than the cost of the Jasmine House’s. (But it looks like a “hotel”, not a remodeled historical home, so that is appropriate—I suppose). I do wonder if the Indigo Inn’s guests are also confused by their address, which is at the end of their parking lot and doesn’t have a drive or anything—and they aren’t looking “across the street” from the Jasmine House in the dark. 3. The bed wasn’t that comfortable, neither I nor my husband slept that well, and I have had incredible neck pain all day from the pillow—which was super thick/ firm. 4. Smaller thing, since we know this is an old house, but when you stay in the carriage house, if you are upstairs you wouldn’t notice the issue, but those on the floor below can literally hear every step people make upstairs, not just coming in/out of the shared door. My lessons from this experience: I should’ve read the reviews—I totally went off the number of 5 star reviews and the average of 4.5, which made me think this place would be as amazing as our Inn in Savannah was the 2 days prior, or other places we’ve stayed that really merit 5 stars. As you can see it was not. I have read many of the recent reviews now, and realized it did seem a lot more clean when we were here than in past reviews dating pre-COVID, which sounds like an improvement. The owners also changed the website to say “continental breakfast” rather than just breakfast, so visitors now are not expecting a real/hot breakfast (but should be expecting a palatable one, regardless! get or make fresh hard boiled eggs! replace fruit regularly if not eaten (or make real banana bread from it and offer that for breakfast, it would be preferred!). And if I had read the reviews I am still not sure I would have figured out in the dark of night where the Indigo Inn “across the street” was without similar frustrations! A little more explanation on the email would be nice (“entrance off Pinckney”? instead of "across the street" which is completely false. Would that be so hard?) For those considering staying here, ask for the upper floor in the Carriage house- not the lower.
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Date of stay: October 2022
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Responded Oct 27, 2022
Dear jsdjs2, Thank you for taking the time review us on TripAdvisor with such a lengthy review. Thank you for the beginning compliments of the nice features of our property. I would like to respond to certain points you had in your review to ensure other future guests are not misled: 1) Yes, we serve a continental breakfast every morning as our website says. I am unsure what the expectations were by the quote, "we could remember from a place like this". We are the only 1843 historic house which offers hotel accommodations on Hasell St. in downtown Charleston, what other property "like this" have you stayed at prior? We are privately owned and not part of a chain. 2) Every morning we freshly bake rolls, savory pastries, quiches, and chocolate croissants for the breakfast. We do not re-use any of these items as has been insinuated. They are being baked between 6AM and 7AM every morning, maybe this process was not observed because it happens early in the morning? We wrap our bagels in clear wrap to avoid the tastes of one bagel getting onto the other, for example the onion bagels tend to meddle with the plain bagels, etc. 3) For dining options, we have two outdoor balconies with 4 sofas with coffee tables, 4 tables with chairs. We also have a large courtyard with 4 additional tables and sofas. Then there is our basement room which has three seating areas with tables and chairs. This is ample space for a property with just 11 rooms. We never insist guests eat in their rooms and we always encourage everyone to use any area they like around the house. It is a big property with lots of options for dining indoors and outdoors, so there is absolutely no need to remain in your room. 4) Our guests have rarely had issues finding the Indigo Inn and the parking lot. It is the large building across the street that has a sign on every side of the building that says "Indigo Inn". In fact, there are 2 entrances to the Indigo Inn parking lot on Maiden Lane in addition to the entrance on Pinckney Street. With a grand total of three entrances to the parking lot, this has never been an issue for guests finding ways into the lot. Logically one would assume the building with the parking lot directly in front of it would be the parking lot for that building also considering the parking signs at every entrance explaining it is parking for "Hotel Guests Only". 5) We had guests prior to your stay inquiring where we purchase our mattresses and pillows because they were so impressed with the quality of sleep they had. Granted hotel beds are not the same as we are all used to at home, some guests might have preferences for some softer mattresses/pillows or firmer. 6) Due to the historic nature of the house, yes, the floors do not have the soundproofing you might expect from modern built homes because of the original wood floors and different building techniques in previous eras. 7) To respond to this: "I do wonder if the Indigo Inn’s guests are also confused by their address, which is at the end of their parking lot and doesn’t have a drive or anything—and they aren’t looking “across the street” from the Jasmine House in the dark." No, they are not, this is not an issue as one expects the parking lot in front a building at the front door to be the parking lot for that building. And again, there are two entrances to the parking lot on Maiden Lane. In summation from your experience, it seems: - We expressed we have a continental breakfast, which was observed on our website, and that is what we served. - For finding where to check-in, we wrote multiple times how the process works before arrival. The Indigo Inn is the large blue building across the street with 4 large signs with the writing "Indigo Inn". There are two entrances to the parking lot on Maiden Ln and one on Pinckney St. If travelling in the dark is difficult, we would suggest trying to navigate old colonial American / unfamiliar cities during the daytime if this continues to be an issue. Thank you for your time and being our guest. Take care! All the Best, The Jasmine House and Indigo Inn Team
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David wrote a review Oct 2022
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Unique, historical property in the heart of downtown yet on a quiet street. The staff is friendly and seem to enjoy their jobs. Super clean. Lots of complementary drinks and snacks. Outdoor spaces are abundant and relaxing.
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Responded Oct 21, 2022
Dear DavidDayFuel, Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a lovely review. Also thank you for being such a wonderful guest. Please come back soon! All the Best, The Jasmine House Inn Team
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Zoe H wrote a review Oct 2022
I don't usually write reviews, however, our experience at the Jasmine House was excellent. The staff was extremely accommodating and friendly, the location was fantastic and we enjoyed the complimentary happy hour & food daily. I would definitely recommend staying here for a true charming Charleston experience!!
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Date of stay: October 2022
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Responded Oct 21, 2022
Dear zoehS8554PH, You are so kind to give us a great review like this. Of course the sooner you come back and see us, the better! Please come back soon! All the Best, The Jasmine House Inn Team
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JWadventure wrote a review Sep 2022
West Palm Beach, Florida7 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed several nights at the Jasmine House. Our room was large and beautiful. Shower was great. We walked to everything from there. Staff was very friendly. The wine and cheese plus champagne and macaroons in the evening were a nice touch. Checking in is a little confusing because it’s at the Indigo hotel. While sitting on the porch, I ended up helping other guests with check in and parking. Breakfast is not up to a $300/night B&B. It’s a bunch of packaged items. No dining area.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from General Manager, General Manager at The Jasmine House
Responded Oct 21, 2022
Dear JWadventure, I am sorry the breakfast dining experience did not meet your expectations. Did you get a chance to enjoy our freshly baked croissants, savory pastries and quiche every morning? These items I can guarantee are not packaged, a long with the fruits, vegetables and rolls we have for our European style contintental breakfast. We have a large lovely indoor dining space in our newly remodeled basement, it is unfortunate you did not get a chance to use this area. Mostly our guests enjoy dining on either one of the two large balconies or in our back courtyard but we are happy to feature a large indoor area as well. As an old 1843 Charleston home, there was no place for an official "dining room" with table service and if you had that expectation, please let us know where you might have read this. Thank you and take care! -The Jasmine House Team
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Chantel S wrote a review Sep 2022
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This is a must stay in Charleston! It is centrally located and easy walk to restaurants and sight seeing. Rooms are spacious and include a continental breakfast and happy hour. Staff is friendly and helpful.
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Date of stay: September 2022
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Responded Oct 21, 2022
Dear 900chantels, Your review has made our staff smile and we thank you! Please come back and see us! All the Best, The Jasmine House Team
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Mary C wrote a review Jul 2022
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I walked past this hotel years ago and I am so glad I was able to stay here. The rooms and shared spaces are charming, the staff is friendly and helpful and the location is perfect for visitors with cars (parking available). More about the room - it has lovely views and despite being close to a lot of other venues, it’s definitely peaceful here at night. The highlight for me was the sounds of frogs and birds right outside the building.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
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Response from General Manager, General Manager at The Jasmine House
Responded Sep 15, 2022
Dear Guest, We really appreciate the time you took to leave us your feedback of our hotel! Thank you for your review. We hope that you had a wonderful stay here in our historic house in Charleston and we hope that we have the chance to welcome you back again in the future! Have a great day, The Jasmine House Team
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Cristina O wrote a review Jul 2022
Chicago, Illinois7 contributions8 helpful votes
Jasmine House is centrally located! It was spacious and clean! They included a complimentary Continental Breakfast, a Happy Hour 5-6pm, 8-9pm Macaroon and Sherry Drink! The staff was extremely nice! We arrived after midnight and the evening staff escorted us to our Carriage House! A housekeeper who’s worked there over 28 years did an excellent job of keeping our room super clean and well stocked. When we arrived, there was delicious Charleston Snacks and a full fridge of complimentary soda and water! On top of everything, Location of the Jasmine House was Great!
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Responded Sep 16, 2022
Dear Cristina, Thank you so much for taking the time to review our hotel! We really appreciate your feedback and we're so happy to hear that you enjoyed your trip to Charleston. We hope that you had a safe trip home and that we have the opportunity to welcome you back again in the future! Have a great day, The Jasmine House Team
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Jasmine House
Which popular attractions are close to The Jasmine House?
Nearby attractions include Nightly Spirits (0.2 miles), Tour Charleston With Adam (0.3 miles), and Escape in 60 (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Jasmine House?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and laundry service.
Which room amenities are available at The Jasmine House?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at The Jasmine House?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to The Jasmine House?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bitty & Beau's Coffee, Charleston Grill, and Christophe Patissier-Chocolatier.
Is The Jasmine House located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Charleston.
Are there any historical sites close to The Jasmine House?
Many travelers enjoy visiting St. Michael's Church (0.5 miles), Nathaniel Russell House (0.6 miles), and McLeod Plantation Historic Site (2.8 miles).