Best Hotels in South Carolina

Have you found yourself in South Carolina with no place to stay and plenty more to see? There are dozens of hotels scattered across this beautiful state just waiting to show you a pleasant evening, but collected here are the best. The top five hotels in all of South Carolina will not only supply all the comforts of The Palmetto State but will have you coming back again and again.

The Wentworth Mansion: A house of antique beauty and modern comfort, the Wentworth Mansion is where you go to escape the 21st century. Built in the 1800s, the decor echoes a bygone era with rich colors and a scent of old mahogany.  The Old World rooms are spacious, with fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, and a porch for taking in the summer moon. With evening brandies and sherries, the mood is one of relaxed elegance and refined southern charm.

The Restoration on King: Exposed brick with hardwood floors and simple furnishings, the Restoration on King has everything a traveler could want in a rest stop. Sitting on the historic King Street right near the center of town, this hotel is nestled in the beating heart of Charleston. Explore the comfort of Charleston, or stay in for a nighttime wine and cheese reception at the Restoration.

The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Gold Resort: Perched on the shores of the Atlantic, The Sanctuary is where you can go to escape the noise of life. As its name suggests, The Sanctuary is home to some of the world’s most renowned golf courses. Rooms sport massive marble showers with balconies looking out over the ocean or the rolling dunes. On-site activities other than gold include spas and swimming areas, making this hotel a destination unto itself.

David MantekThe French Quarter Inn: Flanked on all sides by the best of Charleston, The French Quarter was converted from a home but lost none of its comforts. Rooms come equipped with modern comfort in a classic setting, with carved bed frames and flat-screen television TVs. The French Quarter Inn offers a complimentary breakfast with a variety of choices to prepare you for a day of exploring Charleston, along with an in-house restaurant that comes highly praised by local food-critics.

Belmond Charleston Place: Another comfortable spot close to the center of Charleston, the Belmond is ideal for those looking to do some sightseeing. Surrounded by galleries and museums, this spot is ideal for embarking on day trips to explore Charleston. Pops of southern color adorn the interior of this charming spot and blend nicely when combined with the plush robes and soft beds. The spa and massive indoor/outdoor pool helps to take this southern-fried experience to the next level.