Andrew Pinckney Inn, 40 Pinckney St

Are you looking for a unique hotel with historic charm that still offers the comforts of modern-day amenities? The Andrew Pinckney Inn is just what you need. This top-notch boutique hotel delivers the best of what historic Charleston has to offer while giving their guests added personal attention that will guarantee to please.

The Andrew Pinckney Inn is just a stone’s throw away from the downtown Charleston historic market. You’ll be a short walk away from hundreds of shops and street vendors where you’ll get to browse some of Charleston’s traditional goods including jewelry, artwork, and sweetgrass baskets. It’s also in close proximity to many amazing restaurants, including Hank’s Seafood, one of the best seafood restaurants in downtown Charleston.

Andrew Pinckney Inn offers a variety of room styles from the basic Queen Guestroom all the way up to the St. Philip’s Suite. The St. Philip’s Suite offers walls colored in jade, exposed brick, and a luxurious bathroom with travertine tile. The arched glass doors open up to a Juliet balcony with incredible views of historic downtown Charleston.

Being a boutique hotel, the Andrew Pinckney Inn offers extra amenities you would be able to get at the larger commercial hotel chains. Guests get to enjoy valet parking, concierge service, historic tour pick-up, valet laundry service, and access to the rooftop terrace with stunning views of the downtown Charleston skyline.

Andrew Pinckney Inn wants you to experience the best of what historic Charleston has to offer. That’s why they’ve put together various vacation packages that will provide a number of experiences for one low price. The Southern Comfort Package includes deluxe accommodations for two nights, a $75 gift certificate to Mercato restaurant, two tickets for a group carriage tour, two tickets to the Aiken Rhett House, and a welcome basket with lots of goodies.

While you’re staying at Andrew Pinckney Inn, don’t forget to sign up for the STASH rewards program. You’ll earn points during your stay that can be redeemed at over 165 boutique and independent hotels across the country.

Make the best of your vacation when you visit Charleston. Don’t stay at one of those bland corporate hotel chains that offer the same experience you can get in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Make a reservation at the Andrew Pinckney Inn and experience downtown Charleston the way its meant to be. It’s a one-of-a-kind boutique hotel that you won’t forget.  

Additional information and reservation booking are available on their website.

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