Belmond Charleston Place
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- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBelmond Charleston Place
Yes the hotel is beautiful and centrally located but many are. The staff is outstanding and the service on the club levels is appropriate of Orient-Express.
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... of the Charleston Museum. Next door to the house is the 2nd Presbyterian Church built in Charleston in 1811. We got dropped off from the bus not far from the centre of town so we walked back up town and had a look around and found a supermarket and bought some supplies. The security at the port was really strict as they opened the backpack to check there were only two bottles of wine even though they could see as it went through the ...
... We went on over to the barn and waited for a good
while. When we finally asked what was going on they said our scheduled ride had been canceled by the vendor. They could put us on a tram with several other passengers but that was not what we had paid for. They checked around and finally said that we had indeed paid for the tram but because there was a misunderstanding they would give us the carriage ride but
... Day page with a list of all the various museums, historic houses and other indoor things to do. I wasn't quite sure where I wanted to start so I hopped on the trolley heading to the City Market. This Market is a covered Market where people sell everything from jewelry to sweetgrass baskets to food products. Interesting to walk through and it is out of the rain. I wandered through and ended up in the shop of the Historic Charleston ...
... at the market and dogs were welcome so we decided we would return to partake in the festivities.
After the market we set out to walk around historic Charleston. The leisurely stroll turned into a beautifully narrated self-guided tour courtesy of one Kaitlyn Weber. The 18th century homes were absolutely incredible. The sheer size of them was overwhelming and the intricate craftsman details were glorious. The stories that went along with ...
... sometime this week! And now, back at the hotel, Art is resting easy now that airbnb has confirmed our refund from Dorothy's Gardens, and we are kicking back and relaxing and enjoying our comfy, spacious, hotel. Life is good.
I will say one thing. THANK GOD for the iPhone. We have driven so much, to so many different places over the past couple days, and before the days of smartphones and GPS's, I have NO IDEA how we would ever have found our way. How we ...