The Best Hotel Package for First-Time Visitors to Charleston
For a taste of the best things to do in Charleston, S.C., book this special hotel package.
Join the celebration! Charleston has been voted #1 Best U.S. City by both Condé Nast Traveler (every year since 2011!) as well as Travel + Leisure (every year since 2013!). Wondering why leading travel magazines love Charleston? Come see!
See spectacular Antebellum mansions while aboard a leisurely-paced carriage ride.
Discover the magnificent and beautifully preserved Nathaniel Russell House, a National Historic Landmark built in 1808.
Get up close and personal with underwater sea at the South Carolina Aquarium, which is perched over the Charleston Harbor with sweeping views of the iconic Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge and USS Yorktown.
Then board a scenic harbor cruise to Fort Sumter, where the first shots of the American Civil War were fired.
Awake to enjoy a leisurely Signature Breakfast for two in the charming Planters Inn courtyard or the luxurious Peninsula Grill dining room—your choice!
The Sweet Buzz...
"Folks think of Charleston as a small town, and that’s true if you’re just looking at the numbers. But when you consider history, culture, food, and charm, this city punches like a giant. Everywhere you look, the city has a gorgeous mansion or cobblestone street to explore—the most elegant version of Southern charm, juxtaposed with contemporary art and snappy street fashion. The city's roots may be its rich Southern history, but Charleston stands fully in the now." — Conde Nast Traveler
The Holy City is best known for historical beauty, secret gardens, a steeple-rich skyscape, and outlying plantations predating the Civil War. Yet Charleston is much more than the sum of its picture-ready cobblestone streets, clopping horse carriages, and classical architecture. Much of the port city’s allure lies in constant reinvention and little surprises (like free-range guinea hens clucking up and down Legare Street, sous chefs flying by on skateboards heading into work, or Citadel cadets honking their bagpipes on sidewalks in summertime)." — Travel + LeisureBOOK THIS PACKAGE