Southern Sweetness with our Downtown Charleston Hotel

The American South is known for its beautiful weather and hospitality. Southerners just have a dash of sweetness that the rest of the United States just can’t seem to emulate. Test out Southern Hospitality when you stay at the King Charles Inn, a historic downtown Charleston Hotel. The King Charles Inn is one of the most affordable Charleston hotels ideally located in the heart of downtown Charleston by all the great attractions, shopping and dining. The hotel features great services and amenities like a beautiful outdoor sundeck and pool and complimentary off-street parking.  You can even have a taxi, carriage or rickshaw pick you up at the hotel’s doorstep to take you around town or to go on a historic carriage tour of Charleston.  There is free wireless internet so that you can check in on facebook or send out important emails.

If you want to experience Southern hospitality at its finest, then check out the King Charles Inn’s Southern Sweetness package. The Southern Sweetness package includes deluxe accommodations at one of the King Charles Inn’s spacious hotel rooms with eighteenth century charm and cozy bedding.  Also included are a $25 gift certificate to Jestine’s Southern Kitchen and a $10 gift card to a local candy store. Jestine’s Southern Kitchen is a downtown Charleston favorite that has been featured on Food Network. They serve Southern favorites like fried chicken, okra, BBQ and Coca-Cola cake and are known for their huge portions. Cap the night with a sweet carriage ride around downtown Charleston which is also included in this package. This package features Southern sweetness at its best and will be a trip you are unlikely to forget.

Come to downtown Charleston for all the luxury, history and sweetness that the town has to offer and make sure to stay with the King Charles Inn. The King Charles Inn has plenty of amazing packages and specials to make sure you have a great time on your downtown Charleston vacation.

Posted in Uncategorized by King Charles Inn on January 16, 2013

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