Charleston, South Carolina
The Spectator Hotel
Posh digs in a 1920s art deco building
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The Spectator Hotel known to many as one of the nicest hotels in the Holy City provides timeless elegance in the heart of historic Charleston S.C. overlooking the newly renovated City Market and St. Philips steeple. An inspiring treasure surrounded by American history this world-class inn continues to be a landmark of luxury. No detail has been overlooked with red medallion-patterned draperies and damask chenille upholstery in hues of black white and gold create a rich distinction between the fabrics and furniture of the highest quality. With newly-redesigned rooms inspired by the old world elegance of a Parisian chateau the interior beauty of this locale is set against the architectural backdrop of Charlestons classic The Spectator Hotel. Its this combination of location and luxury that makes the experience of a stay at The Spectator Hotel stand out from other hotels in downtown Charleston S.C.
Restaurants & Bars
The Bar - Experience a refined twist on classic bar food offerings, such as indulgent treat of seasonal tartlets and Prohibition-style cocktails