Kings Courtyard Inn

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Discover Kings Courtyard Inn in the heart of the Charleston Historic District, which is a U.S. National Historic Landmark.

Kings Courtyard Inn was constructed amid the great industrialization and subsequent social reform movements that impacted America throughout the second-half of the 19th century.

Charleston’s antebellum hotel, Kings Courtyard Inn, is designed in the Greek Revival style with unusual Egyptian accents. Built in 1853, it is one of King Street’s oldest historic buildings and has served many roles in its 150-year history, from housing popular shops, to a private residence and an inn catering to plantation owners and merchants. Now restored with attention to historical and architectural accuracy, each guestroom is furnished with early 19th Century reproductions, high ceilings and Oriental rugs over original hardwood floors. Some of the historic inn’s rooms circle two inner courtyards and a rear garden. The hotel's King Street location places it within easy walking distance of Charleston’s historic homes, gardens, churches and a multitude of galleries shops, and restaurants.

  • About the Architecture +
    Charleston’s antebellum hotel, Kings Courtyard Inn, is designed in the Greek Revival style with unusual Egyptian accents. Built in 1853, it is one of King Street’s oldest historic buildings and has served many roles in its 150-year history, from housing popular shops, to a private residence and an inn catering to plantation owners and merchants. Now restored with attention to historical and architectural accuracy, each guestroom is furnished with early 19th Century reproductions, high ceilings and Oriental rugs over original hardwood floors.
  • About the Location +
    The hotel's King Street location places it within easy walking distance of Charleston’s historic homes, gardens, churches and a multitude of galleries shops, and restaurants.

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