Courtyard by Marriott Charleston Historic District is the newest renovated hotel in historic downtown Charleston is just steps from King Street boutique shopping, and in walking distance to many historic gardens, homes and the famous Charleston Market and Charleston Battery. It boasts the largest Marriott meeting space in the Historic District and offers flexible event space, from sophisticated affairs to board meetings. Our downtown Charleston hotel's exciting location makes anytime the perfect time to visit this charming Southern jewel. Conveniently located near I-26 and I-526, this Charleston hotel's historic downtown location offers breathtaking cityscapes and attractions that sparkle all year long. From sun-dappled water views of the Battery and beaches to the historic homes and gardens, visitors fall in love with this all Southern city has to offer. Tempt your palate with low-country cuisine, marvel at the city's unique culture, arts and recreation. Charleston is a distinctive destination and our Charleston downtown hotel boasts a fantastic location for business and leisure.
Whatever time it is--work time or play time--you can relax and stretch out in comfort, style and tranquility at the Courtyard by Marriott Charleston Historic District.
The original Palmetto log fort was begun in 1776 and only partially completed when attacked by a squadron of British warships. Col. William Moultrie and his men staved off the assault in the Battle of Sullivan's Island. The current structure was...
(c.1836) Antebellum mansion with piazza overlooking Charleston Harbor; Private entrance; Fresh flowers. SC Bed & Breakfast Assn member. Charleston Bed & Breakfast Association and PAII member. Third floor suite.
See a Preview of the Park Cannons boom. Muskets bark. Interpretive rangers in 17th century dress tend heirloom crops. They’re all part of Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site. Here a group of English settlers landed in 1670 and...
Shop features exhibits that showcase Charleston's architectural history. The gift shop contains an extensive selection of books on Charleston and its culture, architecture and history, 18th- and 19th-century Charleston reproduction furniture, jewelry and...