Hubby and I just returned from our vacation in Charleston and our accommodations at Zero George Street were one of the highlights. Our room was on the third floor of the main building and it was very clean and nicely appointed. We had a porch just outside our room to enjoy our morning coffee and to wind down with a book before heading out to dinner. The grounds are beautiful and well maintained. We parked our car and could walk to everywhere we wished to go. I especially enjoyed the afternoon wine and cheese gathering as I got to meet some very nice fellow travelers.The staff was also very nice and polished.
If you are visiting Charleston because of the beautiful homes and gardens, why not stay at Zero George Street and live in one of them for a few days. I will surely return to this fine establishment on my next trip to Charleston.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Zero George Street is Charleston’s European-style boutique hotel, established in restored historic residences, surrounded by lush courtyards. Designed with the sophisticated traveler in mind. A blend of historic architecture, with modern amenities, innovative bathrooms, and casually elegant guestrooms and suites, with adjoining open-air furnished veranda terraces. Located in the historic Ansonborough neighborhood, you will be within walking distance of the Battery, down East Bay Street with its restaurants, bars and retail, and across from the waterfront development – SC Aquarium, Cruise Ship terminal, and the Gaillard Arts Center. ... more less
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