City Loft Hotel

Address: 301 Carteret Street, Beaufort, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29902, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 301 Carteret Street, Beaufort, is near Bay Street, St. Helena's Episcopal Church, The Chocolate Tree, and The Point.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Loft Hotel Beaufort

    Reviewed by ttpellicano

    Beautiful hotel, great price, would definitely stay again!

    Reviewed Jan 9, 2015
    by (1 review) Bethany , United States Flag of United States

    The outside of the small hotel is a beautifully renovated motel. The tasteful twinkle lights are very welcoming to guests. The open-floor design with the wrap-around porch allows guests to feel more connected to the quaint South Carolina neighborhood and the salty sea air (waterfront only a block away). The rooms were amazing: right out of a five-star hotel. The beds and pillows were white and fluffy and extremely comfortable; the bathrooms were elegant: sliding blue frosted doors, large bathtub, entirely glass shower, complementary robes!!! The coffee shop attached to the hotel has delicious lunch/breakfast food and coffee. The service provided by the entire staff was kind and accommodating. The manager honored a room price holiday discount my family asked about even after we had checked in.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews City Loft Hotel Beaufort

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