Old Southern Charm, a city with a long history, and the breathtaking vistas of the forests and beaches lining the Southeastern United States. This is the sort of vibe people seek out when they visit Charleston, South Carolina. With its long, warm Summers and proximity to beautiful Atlantic beaches, Charleston offers a variety of activities for every interest. But if you’re headed to Charleston, you need a place to stay. There’s no better place to take in the views and enjoy the city than the Landmark Suite at the HarbourView Inn, in Charleston, SC. 

The Landmark Suite

Landmark Suite

The Landmark Suite is the perfect place to sit down your suitcase, close your eyes, and breathe in Charleston. In cool earthy and white tones, with a separate bedroom and sitting area, there’s plenty of space to spread out and unwind. Situated on the top floor of the HarbourView Inn, the Landmark Suite boasts two private balconies and a working gas fireplace for those chill winds blowing in off the harbor during a delightful Southern winter.

In the bedroom, a king-sized Tempur-Pedic mattress will soothe away your aches. The sitting room is both classy and elegant, with delicate touches of Charleston charm in every corner. The living room includes a sleeper sofa and, to quote the hotel, “elegant Southern-style furnishings,” a perfect complement to the breathtaking view just outside your window. 

Looking down upon Charleston from above is a heady sensation, both connecting you to the history of the city and setting your dreams aloft. The Landmark can accommodate up to three guests and runs around $600-$700 a night. 

HarbourView Inn

 

Landmark Suite

If you’re looking for something a little more budget-friendly, although $700 a night is a steal for an ultra-lux suite, The HarbourView Inn offers a number of rooms running from the $200 price up to around $500. Each room is carefully appointed with whites and grays, with some boasting exposed brick feature walls. Touches of blue throughout draw the eye to the window and the glistening harbor in the view beyond. 

The vibe of the hotel is a blend of modern and zen, with Southern charm. The hotel’s website shares, “HarbourView Inn is a gracious destination offering 52 hotel rooms with brand new armoires, modern tile bathrooms, glass showers, and outdoor balconies with scenic views of Concord Street. In addition to comfortable, Southern-style accommodations, guests can enjoy an outstanding downtown location, complimentary dining experiences, enhanced beverage offerings, and more.”

Situated downtown in the heart of Charleston’s Historic District, is the perfect mix of a boutique hotel and a bed and breakfast, with one-on-one service with a touch of hip and in vogue. The Inn also offers, “complimentary artisanal breakfast delivered in-room, afternoon wine and cheese hour and milk and cookies before bed. The city’s only private rooftop on the water features unobstructed views and nightly rotating programming including live music sessions, local beer & wine sampling and evening skyline tours hosted by a resident historian.”

Other Hotels to Stay at in Charleston

The Spectator

The HarbourView is hard to beat, but it has two sister hotels in the city that may also meet your travel needs. Here are two sister hotels of the HarbourView in Charleston that you have to add to your “must visit” list as well:

  • The Spectator: This hotel is really something special, with a boutique atmosphere designed with a Jazz Age flair. The 41-room hotel offers butler services, a Prohibition-era style bar cocktail lounge, and all the Southern Charm you could hope for. The hotel’s website describes, “Like a custom tailored suit, The Spectator Hotel exudes refinement, five-star luxury and made-for-you service, from the moment you arrive. Located at the enviable intersection of the City Market and the historic French Quarter, you’ll discover something of a maverick boutique hotel, evoking Old South charm and Jazz Age charisma.”
  • French Quarter Inn: A truly breathtaking step into the past, the French Quarter Inn’s site describes it as, “A hidden gem tucked just off Market Street in downtown Charleston, The French Quarter Inn is an intimate boutique hotel with a singular calling: to make you feel at home. Regularly ranked among the city’s most luxurious retreats, it captivates guests with an experience akin to visiting the gracious Charleston home of a charming Southern friend.” Each room is designed with a white background but decor that boasts bold rich colors like red, royal blue, and gold touches. You’ll feel like royalty when you stay at the French Quarter Inn, its reputation well-deserved. 

To plan and book your stay with the HarbourView Inn and take advantage of the stunning Landmark Suite, visit the hotel’s website today.