The Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel Charleston
Parking was a bit troublesome and expensive ($100 for the week). It was in a public garage and the first day the elevator wasn't even working. The option of using valet parking would have been even more. The hotel is located in the heart of the Historic District, within walking distance of many sites. The lobby is quite beautiful and our room was comfortable. We enjoyed having complimentary bottled water each day but wished there had been a refrigerator and safe in the room. My husband thought the Wifi was adequate but would have liked an ottoman to go with the chair. Service was excellent. Wine was served with each meal in the hotel which was a lovely surprise!
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