Charleston, South Carolina

Take in the beauty of the Old South with a stay at three Inspirato accommodations within this charming seaside city. Unwind in the elegant Belmond Charleston Place or the historic Emeline hotel after a day of taking in the sights of the city, all within easy walking distance of both hotels, just around the corner from each other.

Charleston’s reputation as a culinary haven continues to grow. Closer to the waterfront lies Zero George, named Best New Food Hotel by Condé Nast Traveler. This boutique hotel features 16 fully renovated guest rooms that were once historic carriage houses. Try your hand at the Zero George Cooking School, or let someone else do the cooking at the on-site restaurant.

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High Culture in Lowcountry

From preserved cobblestone streets and the stately columns of antebellum mansions to Spanish moss hanging from ancient oak trees and courtyards fragrant with jasmine, Charleston offers the true beauty and grace of the South. Yet for all its tradition, the city greets visitors with modern charm in its world-class cuisine, eclectic art galleries and family-friendly atmosphere. Whether you're roaming Civil War remnants in the Battery, browsing vibrant oil paintings or enjoying a bowl of rich She-Crab soup, you can be sure you'll be treated to the finest in Southern hospitality in this beautiful city.

Quick Facts

  • World's Best City
    Travel + Leisure's 2017 World's Best Awards
  • Suggested Airport
  • Rental Car
    Not Needed
  • AAA Four Diamond Winner
    Boutique Hotel
  • Spoleto Festival
    May - June

Fresh Things To Do

Featured Activity

  • Charleston Waterfront Park

    Charleston Parks Conservancy protects and maintains Waterfront Park, a 12-acre coastal green space that runs along half a mile of the Cooper River. Visitors can watch sailboats on the horizon from the comfort of an old-fashioned bench on the harbor.

    Swing on the pier. Swinging benches are positioned in various places along the waterfront. Stop to rest your feet and admire the view.

    Take a stroll. Waterfront Park covers more than 1,000 feet of coast and is loved by locals and visitors alike for its walkways, ideal for a leisurely stroll with loved ones.

    Splash fountain and Charleston Pineapple Fountain. Off of Concord Street, the young and young at heart beat the Lowcountry heat by splashing in this cool fountain. Nearby, the Charleston Pineapple Fountain is also a perfect place to dip your toes.

    Get online. In a nod to technology, the entire park features complimentary access to WiFi courtesy of Google and the Charleston Digital Corridor. Upload your Instagram snaps of the beach in real time.

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Charleston Travel Tips


  • Forecasting Your Charleston Vacation

    Charleston boasts an enviable semitropical climate with temperatures that average in the high 80s in the summer and hover around 50 degrees during the winter months. Temperature variations between night and day are usually minimal.


Map of Charleston, South Carolina

Google Maps satellite images are not always up-to-date, especially in non-U.S. destinations. Some Inspirato accommodations are located in developments built after images were last updated. Our pin placements represent our best location estimates, but actual locations may vary.

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