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Though there aren’t as many amenities as your average hotel, your stay includes breakfast, parking, and Wi-Fi making this a really great value.

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Unlike many city vacations, a visit to Charleston is all about slowing things down.

So rather than rushing from location to location, choose a few places of interest, and explore the city at your leisure. Here’s how we’ve broken it down for you: WHERE TO STAY: Budget Hotels (less than $150/night) Mid-range Hotels ($150-300 night) Treat Yo’self Hotels ($300-500 night) WHAT TO DO: Entertainment Culture Relax and Indulge Shop Outdoor Fun WHERE TO EAT: Best Eats Under $10 Best Dinner and Brunch Spots Drinks with the Girls King Charles Inn The King Charles Inn is located downtown and is surprisingly budget friendly despite its solid list of features and amenities.

With its high-end finishes and commitment to customer service, this is the perfect spot for a special occasion (like a bachelorette weekend! The Battery is one of the most quintessentially Charleston spots around, and it’s a must on any trip.

The homes in this area are among the most historic and iconic in the city and you’ve probably seen these brightly painted beauties on postcards or in guidebooks.

Zero George The Zero George embodies just about everything you’d want in a Charleston hotel.

The rooms are luxuriously appointed with the world’s comfiest beds imaginable and combined with the painstaking attention to detail throughout the hotel, well, you’ll never want to leave.Andrew Pickney Inn The Andrew Pickney Inn is a sunny hotel near Charleston’s historic City Market.The rooftop terrace provides a lovely view of the city and it’s the perfect spot to have breakfast each day.Aiken-Rhett House The Aiken-Rhett House was the home of former South Carolina governor William Aiken, Jr.It retained family ownership for 142 years until being sold to the Charleston Museum and today it is preserved and open to visitors for tours.1837 Bed and Breakfast Built in the early 1800s (hence the name), 1837 is a classic historic Charleston property that consists of a main house accompanied by a carriage house.

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