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Downtown Boutique Hotel Shows Off the Best Views of Charleston
The Andrew Pinckney Inn stylishly combines a rich Charleston history with the expectations of a modern world.
Built in 1830's Charleston, South Carolina, the Andrew Pinckney Inn is nestled in the heart of the Charleston Historic District and, as a result, is a historic tour pick-up location. The inn features a distinct West Indies style with a relaxed feel. The whirlpool tub in the St. Philips Suite and the rooftop breakfast make this boutique hotel the ideal Charleston romantic getaway.
Conveniently located in downtown Charleston, the Andrew Pinckney Inn is only a block and a half from the Charleston City Market and enjoys a view of St. Philips Church from its lobby. The grounds include a beautiful courtyard, a business center, a three-story plant filled atrium, and a rooftop terrace. Each guest room is different both in size and character, allowing a choice between the 37 guest rooms, two townhouse suites, and the dignified St. Philips Suite.
The Andrew Pinckney Inn is not only known for its history, but also for the extensive list of modern services and amenities available. Among the sophisticated amenities included in your stay are a complimentary deluxe continental breakfast, gourmet coffee and tea with cookies in the afternoon, valet laundry service, Wi-Fi, 32-inch flat screen televisions, and valet parking.
A Refined Setting Surrounded by Charleston’s Charming History
Boutique Downtown Charleston Hotel
Meticulously restored, the Andrew Pinckney Inn is a Charleston boutique hotel surrounded by over 300 years of history. The hotel gracefully couples old world charm and sophisticated amenities. Overlooking the historic Charleston market area in the heart of the historic district, the Andrew Pinckney Inn is truly “Charleston’s Historic Charm…Redefined”
Historic Charleston Hotel
Our historic Charleston hotel features a three story plant filled atrium, a Charleston courtyard and rooftop terrace overlooking historic homes, church steeples and the bustling Charleston harbor. Hotel guests of the Andrew Pinckney Inn find horse drawn carriage tours, museums, art galleries, antique shops, along with world-renowned dining, just outside the front door in Charleston, South Carolina.
Beautifully Appointed Rooms
Decorated in elegant, yet casual West Indies style, the Andrew Pinckney Inn features beautifully appointed rooms. Included in the room options are townhouse suites, whirlpool tubs, and the spacious St. Philip’s Suite – so named because of the view of the church through the arched glass doors.
Unique Charleston Hotel Character
As a historic Charleston hotel, The Andrew Pinckney Inn still provides the comforts of the modern day. The boutique hotel provides complimentary wireless internet access, a state of the art business center, luxury bath amenities, valet laundry services, and much more. Our Charleston hotel offers many different room types to guests. Each room has its own character, which cannot be duplicated by chain hotels that one often sees on every street corner.
The Andrew Pinckney Inn, in historic downtown Charleston, features 37 beautifully appointed guest rooms, 3 townhouse suites, and our majestic St. Philip’s Suite. Decorated in an elegant yet casual West Indies style, our rooms feature all of the modern amenities a distinguished traveler has come to expect.
Complimentary deluxe continental breakfast
Afternoon gourmet coffee and tea with cookies
Valet laundry service Monday-Friday
Historic tour pick-up location
Complimentary wireless internet
32″ Flat Screen Televisions
Onsite Business center
Lavish bath amenities
Access to Eco Fitness
Safe deposit boxes
Designated hotel parking
Atrium and rooftop terrace
Historic Downtown Location
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Andrew Jenkins for sharing his own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Most of our guests are here because of the rich history of Charleston, our dining options and the fact that the Andrew Pinckney is located in the heart of Charleston's Historic District.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
We are know for our service to our guests. No request is too big for us. Our inn is unique because both of our buildings date back to the 1830's and we have one of the few rooftop views of the Historic District. We offer a rooftop breakfast that is so pleasant! Guests enjoy a great breakfast while watching Charleston wake up each morning.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
The number one reason to visit Charleston is for the food and the history! That's two though isn't it? So many of our guests love walking around this beautiful city during the day, and then enjoying some of America's best restaurants in the evening.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
I love when I hear guests say that they "felt like family" when they stayed with us.
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
The best kept secret in this area are the theaters. So many people overlook the vibrant theater scene in Charleston. The Spoleto Festival is not the only time that Charleston puts on a good show.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
A guest staying longer than a weekend should take a tour of Fort Sumter, tour one of our many plantations, take in some shopping on King Street, and eat lots of local delights in our cafes and restaurants. There is so much to do in the area that we suggest that guests come with a plan of two or three things on their "must see" list and then just let the city guide them to other places of interest.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Most things are within walking distance of The Andrew Pinckney Inn. We are only a block and a half away from the city's Central Market and between both Meeting and East Bay Streets. We have a beautiful view of St. Phillip's Church from our lobby and there are many attractions within a 10 minute walk of our door.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
For seafood I prefer Hank's Seafood located only a few steps from our inn, and for cafe style and good southern cuisine I recommend Cru Cafe (also located on Pinckney Street). Guests can find any number of restaurants on their list within a 10-12 minute walk from us, so there is no shortage of options.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?
TripAdvisor.com is a good place to start if you want to research the Charleston area.
How many rooms does your inn have?
We have 41 rooms total and 32 of them will have newly remodeled bathrooms beginning in February 2013.
Do you accept pets?
We do not accept pets.