Zero George is Charleston's premiere boutique hotel, with a carefully defined product, designed to appeal to sophisticated travelers for business as well as leisure. Circa 1804, the eighteen studios and suites are located in a landscaped enclave surrounded by three Charleston residences and two brick carriage houses. All guestrooms feature original architectural elements including heart pine floors, high ceilings, period millwork details, and classic piazzas. Guests are greeted upon arrival in the heart of the house, the original kitchen carriage house on the courtyard. This 1805 Carriage House has been transformed into the guest reception for the concierge desk, adjacent to the custom designed professional show kitchen, with a signature French enamel cooking range. Juxtaposing Charleston's period architecture, the hotel's decor is southern sophistication with a contemporary twist – reminiscent of a spacious, well appointed and comfortably furnished private home. The residences' private piazzas are furnished with wicker and wrought iron furnishings, allowing guests to casually lounge or breakfast while overlooking the Garden Courtyard. Authentic cuisine is one of the hotel's passions. Breakfast and evening light fare are offered in the courtyard, open-air piazzas, and Zero Cafe + Bar. The culinary team can create inspired and memorable private events for up to 75 guests. Stunning formal architecture with eclectic furnishings await guests in the original Palladian Drawing and East Bay Dining Rooms while the main piazza bar is designed as a gathering place for the hotel, featuring intimate seating areas, lazily spinning ceiling fans and the Charleston sea breeze. The Zero George Cooking School offers guests an opportunity to create a range of traditional and contemporary dishes with Chef Randy Williams.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Zero George
- 0 George Street
- Charleston, SC 29401
- United States
Charleston has a rich and storied history through Colonial, Revolutionary, Antebellum, and Civil War America. Today many of Charleston's buildings reflect the nation’s great social and architectural history of period buildings which are concentrated in what is referred to as the Historic District.
Directions to Hotel
From I-26E: Take exit 221B on the left for Meeting Street toward the Visitor Center. At the traffic light, turn right onto Meeting Street. Continue straight for approximately 1 mile. Turn left onto George Street. Zero George will be approximately 0.2 miles ahead on the right. Heading South on U.S. 17: After crossing the Arthur Ravenel Bridge, take the Morrison Drive ramp to East Bay Street. At the traffic light, turn left onto Morrison Drive. Morrison Drive will become East Bay Street. Continue straight for approximately 1 mile. Turn right onto George Street. Zero George will be immediately to your left. Heading North on U.S. 17: After crossing the Ashely River Bridge, merge right and take the Lockwod Drive exit toward the Visitor Center. Keep right at the fork and follow the signs for Lockwood Drive South; merge onto Lockwood Drive. At the next light, turn left onto Calhoun Street and continue straight for approximately 1.5 miles. Turn right onto East Bay Street. At the next traffic light turn right onto George Street. Zero George will be immediately to your left.
The Palladian and East Bay Rooms can accommodate up to 75 guests for receptions, dinners or corporate events.
Fine Dining on Site
Zero Cafe + Bar is a casual bistro style cafe serving a European style continental breakfast in the morning and light dishes and small production wines in the evening
Fine Dining Nearby
Walking distance to many of Charleston's fine dining establishments.
Walking distance to many of Charleston's shops.
Theatre & Museums
Walking distance to many of Charleston's theaters, museums and historic sites.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Meeting Space
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - High Speed Internet
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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