La Quinta Charleston

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

2499 La Quinta Lane, Charleston, South Carolina, 29420, United States
La Quinta Inn Charleston North
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Costs 59% less but rated 31% lower than other 5 star hotels

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  • Families42
  • Couples49
  • Solo47
  • Business30

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Visiting in August

by jhall3

We are planning a trip to Charleston in August. We are looking for an affordable place to stay in the historic district? Any advice? Deals? We were in town for a wedding in May and loved it and want to come back a see more.

Re: Visiting in August

by SueinMtP

August is very different from May. It will be hot so plan your touring for mornings, then either go to the beach or plan indoor activities for the afternoon.

The hotels in the Historic District are more expensive than those further out. Staying in the HD is convenient. I recommend it, especially in August, because you'll need to go back to your room to cool off and take a break.

The best way to find deals is go to the websites and who is offering a package that suits your needs. Some people have good luck with opaque sites like Priceline.

I caution you to avoid something outside town that's really cheap. There's a reason for that.

Re: Visiting in August

by karenkolbin

I guess you have already been to Charleston but I will post a reply in case
others like yourself are looking for a wonderful place to stay while there.
The King George IV Inn on George Street was a real "gift" for us this last weekend (Labor Day) as everything had been filled up in the historic district
and we were hoping not to have to pay the high cost of parking down there.
We got a small suite off the second floor of the Inn (if you look at their website it's room 4) with a private entrance and porch where we could see the sunset perfectly and beautifully from while dining at the the little outside
table .. the living room has a sofa bed so you could comfortably bring a child or two or even another couple. Breakfast is cooked and served by the owner himself who is delighful.

Travel Tips for Charleston

Great Trip to Charleston

by chsvisitor

Having never been to Charleston before my wife and i weren't sure on what do do and how to get around the city. I stumbled upon a helpful Website that also is a visitor publication. It highlighted different things to do, had maps and a calendar of events that we found helpful. I believe that it can be downloaded for free from their Website - Traveler of Charleston Visitor Guide I also saw it displayed in the lobby of our hotel at Charleston Place and throughout the city therefore finding a hard copy shouldn't be hard to accomplish.

If you enjoy taking pictures walk the streets south of the Market and on to the Battery which is beautiful. We also walked across the Ravenel Bridge that spans the Cooper River and links Downtown with Mount Pleasant which was really nice and peaceful. The history and as they say "living museum" aspect of the city and that it is a walking city.

The restaurants are as great as everyone says. We fancied up one night and ate at Cypress on East Bay Street which was nice and not too overpriced...about $100 for two with cocktails.

The USS Yorktown was fun and informative.

We took a carriage ride which we recommend. We went with Palmetto Carriage which can be found on the Market.

Check out the Visitors Center

by tpangelinan

Check out the vistors center for some great tips on tours, restaurants, shopping, coupons and much more. This is always a good place to start after you get into any town and settled in, go find a visitors center, this can help you map out your stay and the things you are going to be able to get done and see.

375 Meeting St PH (843) 723-0478


by MandaJ320

Grits is a common staple in Charleston at breakfast time. You have it with eggs and bacon, or with salmon, or with shrimp, or even by itself with butter and salt. It's a lot like cream of wheat, but it's made from corn, and it's just more gritty. (Hence the name, grits.) A lot of people that aren't from this place hate it, and a lot of people have never even heard of it. (All the waitresses looked at me funny out west when I asked them if they had it!!! ) But if you have breakfast here, expect to see it somewhere!!!

Angel Oak Tree

by emma5w

It's the oldest living Live Oak, and it's absolutely massive. Tucked away in the woods, a short drive brings you to the tree, where a small shack serves as a gift shop. The tree itself is like nothing I've ever seen - limbs are supported by cables and wooden stand, and the sunlight filtering through the leaves makes it seem like a slightly magical place.

Guided tour

by IanDavies

We paid for a guided tour of Charleston, which gave us a good overview of the place and helped us get our bearings. We then took to our bicycles to further explore the best bits of the tour. There is so much more to see in the quiet side streets of Charleston and it is so nice to escape the crowds of the main tourist areas. Just behind the Battery is an example of this - it is a wide, tree-lined avenue that is very quiet both in terms of people and traffic.


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 La Quinta Charleston

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Address: 2499 La Quinta Lane, Charleston, South Carolina, 29420, United States