Whether you are visiting Charleston for a weekend getaway or want to explore the Holy City for a staycation, staying in one of Charleston’s boutique hotels is a must!
The Dewberry Hotel is a local landmark situated on the border of Marion Square within walking distance to numerous attractions in downtown Charleston. Not only is the Dewberry a beautiful hotel, it also has a long list of amenities including a spa, fitness center, library, rooftop cocktail bar and decadent restaurant.
In 2021, U.S. News and World Report named Hotel Bennett the #2 Hotel in Charleston. Hotel Bennett is most known for their colorful Champagne Lounge – Camellias. However, the hotel is full of activities for guests to enjoy. From lounging at the rooftop pool to relaxing at the spa to exploring Marion Square across the street, Hotel Bennett has got it all.
Located in the Ansonborough neighborhood of downtown Charleston, Hotel Bella Grace is a modern boutique hotel. According to their website, “the circa 1830 Delaney House offers a personal connection to Charleston’s layered history, and is in beautiful combination with our 50 new built modern guest rooms, arrival lobby, and a fitness center.” Many of the rooms are suites with built in kitchens – perfect for longer stays in the Holy City.
Hotel Emeline is located on Church Street in Charleston’s historic district and is “for the soulful sojourner, for the inquisitive local.” The hotel is also an ideal place for foodies to stay, providing a variety of delicious dining options including Frannie & the Fox, Clerks Coffee Company and Hank’s Seafood Restaurant.