Immerse Yourself in the Historic District


Relive Charleston's acclaimed past with post-American Civil War landmarks, historic homes, and buildings that boast at least eight different architectural styles. Experience the beaches, scenic shores off the peninsula, and unique dining experiences that feature fare made with locally produced seasonal ingredients. Let the first stop on your tour be the beautiful Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, learn ghastly stories at some of the city's most haunted places at one of the outside ghost tours or Magnolia Cemetery, and take in views from The Battery, a seawall on Charleston's shore that features a long row of classic antebellum-style homes. Charleston known world wide for its dynamic food scene, from the best grits you'll ever have to the freshest seafood, every meal is an experience. Once you walk outside of our Renaissance hotel, the city's history comes alive.

On-Site Outlets
Charleston hotel fitness center

Fitness Center

Join us in our state-of-the-art fitness center featuring Peloton Bikes.

Charleston hotel outdoor rooftop pool


Outdoor Pool

Mon-Sun: 7:00 AM-7:00 PM



Discover Unforgettable Things to do in the Historic District

Charleston Area Beaches

Have a day full of family fun with a trip to one of Charleston's five beautiful beach towns. The options for a great time are endless, from a day at the beach to kayaking, paddleboarding, taking a charter cruise, camping, and more. Make a splash & seek the sand and surf of South Carolina.

Historic Churches

Admire the magnificence of inspiring churches such as the French Huguenot Church, St. Michael's, and St. Philip's Church, which consist of different architectural designs ranging from the gothic revival, Georgian, Italianate, Victorian, and more. There is a wide range of uniquely built churches around Charleston, dubbing this city the "Holy City".

Rainbow Row

One of Charleston's leading tourist destinations, Rainbow Row, is a row of stunning pastel homes located on East Bay Street that run along the city's waterfront, right on The Battery. Take amazing photos next to the charming brightly colored Georgian-style homes, or just walk along The Battery. Each home has its own unique story.


Uncover deep history and artifacts at the museums in Charleston. Whether you're interested in science, fossils, historic events, or contemporary art, the city's museums are perfect places to satisfy your curiosity. Visit the Charleston Museum, known as America's first museum, or get inside the USS Yorktown, a WWII aircraft carrier. Check out modern art at the Gibbes Museum of Art.

City & Harbor Tours

Get a perspective of the Charleston Harbor from the water with various sightseeing cruises like the Schooner Pride, Water Taxi, and the Carolina Belle. During tours, you'll see lots of historic landmarks like Fort Sumter. Learn gruesome ghost stories at one of the ghost tours powered by Bulldog Tours, enjoy one of the scenic plantation tours, or take a romantic carriage tour through the city.

Championship Golf

Play a great game of golf at one of the 17 premier championship courses in Charleston. This city boasts beautiful golfing grounds that make a golf game even more peaceful. Take a swing at the Charleston National Country Club, Cougar Point, Dunes West Golf Club, Oak Point - Kiawah Island Golf Resort, and more.

Stay Centered

Your Wellness Retreat Awaits

Disconnect and unwind as you balance the mind, body and soul with a spa escape in Charleston. Live the life of luxury with an array of nearby spa & wellness activities to keep you centered in the heart of the Holy City.

Downtown Charleston hotel patio seating

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