|"Staff extremely helpful and courteous."||(in 50 reviews)|
|"Great location and attentive staff."||(in 24 reviews)|
|"Butler service was amazing!"||(in 24 reviews)|
|"The room and lobby/bar seating is the most uncomfortable furniture I've ever sat in!"||(in 11 reviews)|
|"Breakfast disappointing"||(in 7 reviews)|
The service of the butlers was awesome and everyone was so nice.
The service at The Spectator is amazing. From loading our vehicle while we were away at brunch to sneaking an extra bag of the free snacks for us to find when we arrived home...The staff went above and beyond.
Luxury in heart of charleston
Breakfast in room, large luxurious bathrooms, bikes for peddling around city, butler for any service
The service was great. I really felt pampered. The attention to detail was evident. Our butler made us feel welcomed and well cared for. The free snacks available in the room were a nice touch. The bed was very comfortable. Everyone there, from the doorman to the front desk to the cleaning staff made you feel like your well being was a priority.
Being that the hotel is only 3 stories high a scenic view was lacking. It is a bit pricey so that a longer term stay may be cost prohibitive.
The Spectator Hotel is located in Charleston, South Carolina, on State Street. It's one of the most popular hotels in the country because it blends Southern culture and Jazz Age attributes.
The hotel possesses several luxurious amenities. Its butlers offer personable and charismatic services like shoe shining, packing and unpacking of luggage, and coffee/tea pouring. Guests are also provided a 24-hour concierge service, complimentary in-room breakfast, and even a bicycle to borrow for a ride around the neighborhood.
There are suite, queen, and king rooms that come in sizes that range from 382 to 550 square feet. Each room contains spa-like bathrooms, countertop refreshment areas, private balconies, and other features.
This hotel's bar exudes a 1920s ambiance, and its drinks are mixed and served by cocktail expert Allen Lancaster. In addition, the bar offers a lounge area with tables and couches for guests to sit and socialize.
Because the hotel is based in Downtown Charleston, visitors have much to see and explore. For lunch or dinner, guests can stop by Hank's Seafood Restaurant or Charleston Crab House. The Historic Charleston City Market on Meeting Street combines arts and crafts and food, plus it's been in existence for over 200 years. Those who are fans of museums can visit ones like the Gibbes Museum of Art and Powder Magazine. Washington Square is a small yet relaxing park with oak trees and a model of the Washington Monument.
The Spectator Hotel is a great place in which to spend a vacation due to the fact that it mixes a historic atmosphere with a hip, modern environment.
based on 255 reviews
Policies vary by room type and provider.
The quickest way to get from the airport to The Spectator Hotel is by car, which will take around 30m. If you are planning to get a taxi, you should expect to pay around $45 for a one-way fare to the hotel. Rental cars are also available and 6 different car rental companies operate from the Rental Car Pavilion, which is located next to Baggage Claim. Valet car parking is available at the hotel for $32 a night, but you can also choose to self-park your car at a nearby garage. Alternatively, you can book the shared Downtown Shuttle bus for $15 per person - it can take you to your hotel but is likely to make some stops on the way for other passengers.
ADA guests will be able to book accessible rooms while staying at The Spectator Hotel. Each room is equipped with wide doors, grab bars and other mobility features. In addition to the rooms, the hotel has accessible routes to all the major services, a braille elevator, a wheelchair ramp to access reception and visual alarms.
If eating in the room is not your thing, head to The Bar of The Spectator Hotel which offers, alongside its exquisite cocktails, a bar food menu that offers a twist on classic small plates and indulgent treats. The kitchen at The Bar is open from 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm every day.
If you are heading to The Spectator Hotel with your loved one on a special occasion and would like to add some romance to your stay, look into booking the Couples Romantic Retreat package. You will receive a bouquet of flowers on arrival, you will be able to enjoy a carriage ride through the historical center of Charleston, you will be treated with champagne and strawberries and a special turndown service in the evening, and you will receive a voucher to be spent for dinner at one of two nearby establishments. If you are planning to drive to the hotel, valet parking is also complimentary with this package.
If you are looking at organizing a meeting or a small event while staying at The Spectator Hotel, you will be able to choose from four different spaces for rent, with a maximum capacity of 50 people in one room. The hotel will put you in touch with a meeting planner who will help you choose the right space for your event, make sure the room is set up as per your wishes, and will organize catering from a third party service provider. You will also have access to the latest audio-visual equipment to ensure you have everything you need for a successful event. (Prices checked 19/06/19).
The Spectator Hotel is located at 67 State Street, 0.5 km from the centre of Charleston. Charleston City Market is the closest landmark to The Spectator Hotel.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Spectator Hotel.
Yes, The Spectator Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Spectator Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, The Spectator Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Spectator Hotel is 16.3 km from Charleston AFB-Municipal. The Spectator Hotel is 95 km from Hilton Head Island.
No, pets are not allowed at The Spectator Hotel.
No, The Spectator Hotel does not have a pool on-site.