Kings Courtyard Inn

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Located on Charleston’s King Street and a charter member of Historic Hotels of America, the magnificent Kings Courtyard Inn possesses a venerable past. Colonel J. Charles Blum constructed the building in 1853, hiring architect Francis D. Lee to oversee its development. Lee used Greek Revival-style architecture accented with Egyptian design elements. In 1983, the building underwent a massive renovation that saw its transformation into the present Kings Courtyard Inn. The 41-room Inn has since been among Charleston’s most charming destinations, where guests are pampered with Southern-style niceties. Each light-filled room is unique and all have 12-foot ceilings, along with beautifully restored original hardwood floors.
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Discover Waterfront Park, Drayton Hall, Fort Sumter, the Old Slave Mart Museum, and the Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon nearby.

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Discover

Discover the Greek Revival style architecture of the Kings Courtyard Inn.

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Explore

Explore the Charleston Museum.

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Experience

Experience Fort Sumter National Monument.

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Taste

Taste classic Lowcountry cuisine at the Kings Court Yard Inn.

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