The Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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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After arriving at our friend Rob's house, we got settled in. The next day we relaxed at the poolside and then it was off to the beach! Water was warm and everything was lovely as expected. We took a haunted ghost tour of charleston that night and then went to go see ... SHARKNADO in theatre. After getting ready this morning we packed up and it's on to our next stop! P.s. thanks to Rob for being a great ...
... the bridge that gets you into Charleston and filled up my car too.
By 11am I was on my way to Savannah. It was a rainy day and it matched my feeling of not wanting to leave Charleston and the Carolina’s yet again. But, I had to move on to new places…but I knew the Carolina’s and I would be reunited soon enough so it was goodbye for now, not forever which made it all ok.
That’s all for now, hope you got a laugh out of this one,
Love Toni ...
... to travel together. Before our flights, we always talk about what we will do if we have to split up. This trip became one of those times. We went for the first flight of the day (one of our nonrevving rules) and there happened to be only one seat available for us. Scott took it and Audrey and I were able to get on the next flight an hour later. The three of us were able to get to Charleston together no problem.