Welcome to Chucktown. What are you going to do with all of these famous historical things all around you? There’s so much to do it can be a bit intimidating. The French Quarter Inn on Church Street is right next to Charleston’s famous open-air market. The hustle and bustle at the heart of Charlestown is a kind of energy you won’t find anywhere else in the country. With architecture as old as the nation itself, this coastal town is a destination for its beautiful beaches as well as its exciting nightlife.
The French Quarter Inn has the panache you’d expect from a place in such a stand-out location. The luxury you experience as soon as you check-in and enjoy your free glass of champagne works its way into your bones. The comfort and hominess of this place can’t be experienced even at your actual home. Unless of course, you’re accustomed to someone baking you cookies and bringing them up to your room every night fresh with milk.
Days in Charleston are spent either in the sun or on your feet in the shopping district. When you get back to your room at the French Quarter Inn, the fresh sheets will feel divine, and the pillow you’ve chosen from their carefully maintained pillow menu will bring customized comfort to fit your taste.
With a traditional, home-baroque interior, the French Quarter Inn is a masterclass in providing glamor along with hospitality. However, Its location is its most potent selling point. Staying here gives you complete access to the quintessential Chucktown adventure. History buffs rejoice. Shopping buffs say goodbye to your paycheck. Food buffs prepare for your inevitable coma.
Though the famous Kings Street and Market Street have their fair share of hidden gems, the bars here are often so favorite and accessible they become party places for college students. But Charleston is for the adventurous if you’re willing to travel a little off the beaten path, a hidden treasure trove awaits. Indeed a gourmet-gourmand’s paradise, Charleston has a massive selection of hip, high-end dining experiences.
There’s Renzo, a brand-new, beautifully designed trattoria in Charleston with a cult following. Chef Evan Gaudreau brings variety and pioneering taste with his takes on classic Italian and Italian-American dishes. It’s only ten minutes away from the French Quarter Inn, just like Tu, an eclectic restaurant that offers dishes from around the world from lamb with freekah to sauerkraut scallion pancakes, it’s unlike any other restaurant in Charleston.
Whether you’re in the mood to tour old haunted houses, civil war forts or eat and buy cool stuff, Charleston is the right place to do it. The French Quarter Inn serves as a starting point for your enterprise into the marrow of Chucktown. As you descend the grand staircase and prepare for your foray of fun, you’ll feel honestly at home in the heart of such a beautiful city.