"I was impressed with the spacious room, and the hotel was clean. The bed and pillows were the most comfortable I've ever experienced at a hotel, which was a pleasant surprise. The staff was polite and accommodating. I highly recommend this hotel as a comfortable and affordable place to stay.2020-06-10"
"The hotel was expensive but worth it. Close to everything I needed, but away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Charleston. The room was clean, the layout was great, and the view was good. The AC worked well. The shower was amazing. The breakfast buffet cost $13 per person; the selection was adequate, but could've been better. There was good dining in the area.2022-09-24"
Midscale, smoke-free, all-suite, extended-stay hotel
Near US 17 and foot of Ravenel Bridge
3 floors, 94 suites - elevator
Outdoor swimming pool open in summer Exercise room
Kitchen in every suite
Free parking - limited truck parking
Pet friendly hotel
More > - allows pets up to 60 pounds only, 2 pets per room - $150 pet fee if staying 7 nights or more for each pet - $75 pet fee if staying fewer than 7 nights for each pet. - Jun 2021 < Less
"Both our rooms had sticky floors. The bed pillows were old and lumpy. One toilet was dirty, and one room only had sheer curtains. I had to request help to turn on the bathtub water since the pipe was stuck and loose in the wall. The hotel clerk was snippy. Breakfast was OK. Don't stay at this hotel.2020-01-04"
"We stayed at this motel for 3 nights. The room was adequate, but we only got clean towels once. There was no coffee pot. We had a problem with the room key, and the front desk clerk acted like we were bothering her.2020-10-03"
We order the hotels on this page by how close they are to this attraction.
Most of our competitors order these same hotels in other ways that make them more money.
How Do We Define Motel?
To us, motels are smaller lodgings that have rooms you can enter directly from the parking area.
At hotels, on the other hand, you can enter your room only through a hall inside the building.
Hotel Booking Tips
Beware of non-refundable reservations that could cost you a lot of money if you change or cancel them. +Non-refundable reservations are a gamble that will usually save you less than $10. If you make a $90 non-refundable reservation instead of a $100 refundable booking, you are betting $90 to win $10. Would you do that in Las Vegas? -
Don't assume you can cancel a non-refundable reservation without penalty if you notify the hotel weeks or even months in advance. +Often you cannot because some hotels' profit strategy is to get paid more than once for the same room for the same night. -
Always read cancellation policies carefully before you make a reservation. + When is the latest date and time you can cancel without penalty? - More >
When you make a reservation, you will receive a confirmation email. Take a copy with you to the hotel.
The earlier in the afternoon you check into a hotel, the more likely you will get a room or suite that matches your preferences.