- Don't be afraid of Marty the poltergeist, he only bothers people a couple times a month
- In the heart of the historic district, this landmark channels Old Charleston with sweetgrass baskets, flickering carriage lanterns, and etchings by the late local painter Elizabeth ONeill Verner.
- The on-site Peninsula Grill is a Lowcountry institution and one of the best restaurants in town. Be sure to dine alfresco in the garden courtyard.
- All 64 rooms have crown moldings and four-poster beds, but for extra luxury, we recommend the Plantation Kings, which are roomy and have views of the Meeting and Market streets historic district.
- One of the plusher hotel options, with graceful, traditionally furnished rooms and a notoriously good 12-layer coconut cake
- The signature Planters Punch at the Champagne Bar inside the inn is one of Charleston's best cocktails.
- The staff is very attentive here! Treat yourself to a night here when you want to splurge.
- For a break from the bustling City Market, and to feel fancy, sit down for afternoon tea.