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The Spectator Hotel

Charleston, United States

98 Excellent 231 Reviews
Chic boutique hotel with luxurious rooms and a speakeasy-inspired bar, butler service, close to fine restaurants, harbor, historic sites, and shopping.
The Spectator Hotel
Inspired by the Roaring Twenties, The Spectator Hotel is a boutique property in the heart of downtown Charleston. Combining the charm of the Southern belle, flair of the flapper, and elegance of the socialite, the award-winning luxury hotel is close to the city's French Quarter and Market Districts.

The 41-room boutique hotel's accommodations combine Southern elegance with Art Deco-influenced accents and modern amenities such as sleek dark wood furniture and headboards with velvet-tufted insets. Gourmet continental breakfast is delivered daily to the door, and pampering bathrooms have white Carrera marble, double vanities, heated towel racks, floor-to-ceiling tile and glass showers.

The Bar is designed to evoke the exuberance and feel of 1920s speakeasies and the Jazz Age, with artisan cocktails, velvet furniture, and elegant woodworking.

Across the street from the historic Charleston City Market, and within walking distance of the harbor, French Quarter, and Market District, the property is close to the city's top restaurants, boutiques, and historic attractions.
Hotel Address:
  • The Spectator Hotel
  • 67 State Street
  • Charleston, SC 29401
  • United States

Location Summary
One block from the Historic Charleston City Market, The Spectator Hotel resides in the heart of the bustling French Quarter and Market Street districts, close to shopping, restaurants, and historic sites.

Directions to Hotel
By car: Take East Bay Street South. Turn right at North Market Street, then left at State Street. Hotel will be on the right.
Banquets & Meetings
Sister property, The French Quarter Inn, directly next door, has 1,200 square feet of meeting space, and can host groups of 5 to 50.
Fine Dining Nearby
Multiple restaurants within the French Quarter and Market Districts.
In Charleston Harbor.
Historic Charleston City Market is across the street, Charleston Crafts Co-Op, Shops at Belmond Place, and multiple boutiques nearby.

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Hotel Amenities
  • - Disabled Access
    - Fine Dining Nearby
    - High Speed Internet
Available Activities
  • - Biking Touring
    - Boating
    - Dining
    - Fishing Ocean
    - Jogging Running
    - Sailing
    - Shopping
    - Theatre & Museums

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