French Quarter Inn in Charleston, SC

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  • Author Hugh Garrett
  • Published February 3, 2012
  • Word count 333

If you're thinking about visiting Charleston, South Carolina, The French Quarter Inn is a beautiful place to stay. Located in the heart of historic Charleston, the inn integrates antique decor with modern luxury.

The French Quarter Inn is beautiful in itself, and with luxurious bedding and included amenities, visitors might be tempted to remain indoors. With several hotel packages to choose from, The French Quarter Inn strives to make your stay memorable. Packages are aimed at everyone from couples looking for a romantic weekend getaway, to women in search of the perfect place to stay during a girls night out.

The newly added "Viva La Diva" hotel package is perfect for a ladies' weekend, including champagne and chocolate covered strawberries, a $100 restaurant gift certificate, and an extended check-out time, in case your night out in historic Charleston keeps you up later than expected.

There are 50 rooms and suites at the French Quarter Inn, some with balconies overlooking the Charleston city market. Although there is an on site restaurant, there are also at least 40 others within walking distance from the hotel. While exploring historic Charleston during your stay, be sure to take a carriage ride through the district, visit the open air market, and check out the many unique shops in the area.

If you would rather have a weekend of rest and relaxation, the French Quarter Inn will meet all of your needs. Choose from one of their seven pillow varieties to ensure a good night's rest, or, if you have a sweet tooth, enjoy champagne and ladyfingers upon checking in, and fresh-baked cookies and milk every evening.

Planning a spring break cruise out of Charleston? With the French Quarter Inn's "Welcome Aboard" cruise package, you can enjoy an elegant night's stay before or after your cruise.

Whether you love to shop, eat, or enjoy beautiful historic surroundings, Charleston, South Carolina has much to offer, and there is no better place to stay while taking it all in than the French Quarter Inn.

Hugh Garrett is a travel blogger covering areas of the Carolinas.

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