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Courtyard Charleston Waterfront

“This hotel was impeccably clean and rooms were large. Staff was very friendly. It's a beautiful location on a marina. Best thing was the free shuttle to downtown. It was extremely convenient instead of worrying about finding parking and all the drivers made great recommendations!”

Other tips about visiting Charleston: “Don’t miss the Charleston City Market!”

Mai G. – Trumbull, CT


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​​Andrew Pinckney Inn

“Check-in was seamless. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. Rooms were very clean, quiet and up to date decor.”

Other thoughts on Charleston: “A beautiful walkable city!”

Robert C. – Rochester, NH

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Wentworth Mansion


“We went for our anniversary. Very quaint. Staff was superb and the food was excellent!”

What’s more to love about Charleston: It is a foodie destination!

Jose A. – Banned Elk, NC


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Rodney Scott’s BBQ

“Best whole hog BBQ I have ever eaten. This place is definitely a BBQ mecca. It was almost spiritual!” 

Favorite item on the menu: Pitmaster Combo
– Loris, SC

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Poe’s Tavern


“The restaurant pays homage to the poet and author with dishes such as the 'Hop Frog' and the 'Tell-Tale Heart'. The beach location, awesome food and fun theme make it our go-to when visiting Sullivan's Island.”

Favorite item on the menu: The Tell-Tale Heart Burger

Crystal M. – Lexington, SC

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“My traveling companion and I were in Charleston for the day and we came across Magnolia's. We heard wonderful things about this restaurant on both the Food Network and the Travel Channel so we thought we'd give it a try. The ambiance of this restaurant was very relaxing and very Southern. We ate here for lunch and our meals were so delicious.”

Favorite item on the menu: Two favorites: Beef Stroganoff & Peppercorn Encrusted Tuna

Kathryn B. – Williamsburg, VA

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“I had heard that Queology was the best place to go for barbecue in Charleston, so that's where we went. We sat in the outdoor patio, but there is indoor seating as well and there's a bar. The food was absolutely delicious. The ribs fell off the bone. The portions were large. We really enjoyed our meal there.”

Favorite item on the menu: Ribs

Iris R. – Kissimmee, FL

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Fort Sumter


“Fort Sumter is recognized as ground zero for the start of the Civil War. A true historical icon!”

More to see and do: See the first submarine to ever sink an enemy ship, the Hunley. Also catch a minor league baseball game. Don't forget to visit Rainbow Row.

Joe A. – Bradenton, FL


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Bulldog Tours


“We did a nighttime ghost tour with them which was great. Very informative and well run.We also did a guided tour of the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier which was a great way to see and hear about the ship and its service.Prices were reasonable, guides were extremely informative and group sizes were not large.”

What else to love about Charleston: Downtown area is very walkable with lots of restaurants and bars to choose from.

Mike K. – Fort Myers, FL


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Celadon Warehouse & Outlet


“We found this warehouse not far from downtown Charleston. If the weather is inclement or you would like to stroll and shop or pick up a gift, this is a great attraction!”

More to love about the attraction: Unique gifts, wonderful shopping experience, reasonable prices, and great customer service!

Josephine S. – Walled Lake, MI


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