"A National Historic Landmark, home to the oldest landscaped gardens in America and an enduring, vibrant, and essential part of the Charleston and American experience."
"Magnolia has been selected as one of "America's Most Beautiful Gardens" (Travel + Leisure Magazine), and is the only garden honored with this distinction in the State of South Carolina!"
"A seamless blend of 19th-century charm and modern sophistication, the William Aiken House welcomes guests into a peaceful retreat just inside its stately gates on Upper King Street. Formal dining rooms and parlors showcase a collection of museum-caliber artwork and antiques, while a two-century-old magnolia tree is the centerpiece of sunlit courtyards and manicured lawns, an elegant pergola and a Gothic-style Carriage House."
"Boone Hall Plantation cherishes its position as one of our nation’s most recognized historic sites and as one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Charleston, SC Lowcountry."
"Lowndes Grove stands proudly along the oak-lined banks of the Ashley River. Distinguished on the National Register for Historic Places, this beautifully restored estate offers an unparalleled backdrop for one-of-a-kind meetings, weddings, corporate receptions and private celebrations. "
"This charming, private property lies between Magnolia and Middleton Plantations in St. Andrew's parish. Like those gardens, Runnymede can be accessed from Ashley River Road. Your guests' experience begins as soon as they enter through the iron gates, down a proper, picturesque dirt path surrounded by a canopy of centuries old trees, twisting vines and Spanish moss."
"South Carolina Society Hall was designed by Gabriel Manigault and built between 1799 and 1804. The portico, designed by Frederick Wesner, was added in 1825. It is regarded as one of the most historic and beautiful buildings in the nation."
"Charleston’s premier waterfront hotel—Harborside—is the perfect location for having a relaxing weekend getaway, celebrating a special occasion, or hosting a corporate meeting. The comfortable, nautically inspired décor blends perfectly with the lush private beachfront overlooking the Charleston Harbor and downtown skyline. "
"Just 21 miles from Charleston, this South Carolina luxury beach resort hotel delivers Forbes Five-Star service and unequaled accommodations. Meticulous attention to detail, distinguished service and unparalleled luxury paired with a truly sumptuous setting."
"Parcel 32 brings together the best of the old and the new. Housed in an 1837 Charleston single home, it was thoughtfully renovated to breathe new life into the building, resulting in an enchanting setting matching the vibrancy of Upper King Street."
"The Cedar Room at Mercantile and Mash, located in the celebrated Cigar Factory, is an open and airy space featuring historic wood columns, hardwood floors and original elements of the circa 1881 building. The walls consist of rustic brick and floor-to-ceiling windows that reveal a view of the architecturally acclaimed Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge."
"The south’s grandest new luxury hotel, Hotel Bennett is inspired by native Charlestonians and European classic design. Located on the fashionable King Street, the prominent entrance opens upon the corner of historic Marion Square. Style and elegance come to life throughout with unique appointments to the accommodations and guest amenities. Custom furnishings and local artwork complement the exquisite dining experiences in Gabrielle, La Patisserie, Camellias, and Fiat Lux. "
"Upstairs at Midtown offers a welcoming atmosphere. Our quintessential Charleston venue features original heart pine flooring, tall mahogany coffered ceilings, beautiful fireplaces + artfully laid brick walls."
Beautiful water and marsh views on Hobcaw Creek
Located on the banks of the Kiawah River and offering panoramic marsh views, Mingo Point is the perfect natural setting for outdoor events
Charleston's premier downtown events venue for weddings, rehearsal dinners, and private dining in the heart of one of the city's most dynamic neighborhoods.
At The Dewberry, sincerity outshines obligation and every element is specifically designed to deliver luxury, warmth and a nod to old Charleston.
As an heirloom property featuring a recent restoration, The Gadsden House offers a seamless blend of historic character, contemporary elegance + modern amenities.
This stately, circa 1840s house has hosted governors, international dignitaries and blushing brides alike. Adorned with quintessentially Charleston colors and furnishings, the grandeur of the Legare Waring House – with its avenue of majestic, moss-draped oak trees – is timeless.
Alhambra Hall is nestled in the Old Village section of Mount Pleasant. Overlooking the Charleston Harbor, this former Ferry Terminal is appointed with hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings and breezy southern porches that wrap three sides of the building.
Whether you are planning a large wedding or an intimate elopement, the Governor Thomas Bennett House is a beautiful, historic venue that encompasses all the charm historic Charleston has to offer.
Merchants Hall honors its industrial past with wood columns and beautiful, white ceiling beams - and an abundance of artfully laid, exposed brick.
The Historic Rice Mill offers the best of the Lowcountry. Breathtaking waterfront views, historic property, and a well planned space, all tied together with perfect food and beverage options to create your dream wedding or bring your special event to life.
Founders Hall complements the natural beauty of Charles Towne Landing’s charming setting while offering guests every modern convenience.
Its deep lowcountry-style porches, exposed wooden beams, massive fireplaces, fire pits and a beautiful waterfront gazebo help to create a unique backdrop for a truly Southern Affair!
Glamour and luxury beget one offbeat space, and one of the most unique hotels in downtown Charleston.
A Luxe Modern Stay at a Historic Landmark
Gracious southern hospitality and classic architecture mesh with today's conveniences and design cues
From lush guest rooms to cozy piazzas, Zero George redefines luxury—not as opulence but understated, authentic elegance.
For the soulful sojourner, for the inquisitive local. For those who seek the new over the known, while wandering through the past. From our perch in historic downtown Charleston, welcome to Emeline.
Where Southern charm meets timeless elegance
The Bend is a 20-acre community project along the historic Ashley River – and a new vision for the way we live and build connections.
Located on Johns Island, our Charleston wedding venue features a quaint, old farmhouse nestled among centuries old, majestic oak trees draped in Spanish moss.
The old southern charm of this circa 1800 plantation home is alive in every nuance of the property.
Hibernian Hall is a historic meeting hall and social venue at 105 Meeting Street in Charleston, South Carolina, United States. Built in 1840, it is Charleston's only architectural work by Thomas Ustick Walter, and a fine example of Greek Revival architecture.