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Stay at the Charming Zero George Street in Charleston

June 3, 2014 by

Zero George Street

When visiting Charleston, South Carolina, plan a stay at the Zero George Street boutique hotel. It features all the charm you’d expect to find in this historical Southern destination including original architectural elements like pine floors, high ceilings, period millwork details, and classic veranda.

Zero George Street

Restored Historical Accommodations

Accommodations at Zero George offer up a selection of unique rooms located throughout five historically significant residential buildings.

This one-of-a-kind hotel has eighteen restored studios and suites, so take your time and browse the possibilities for the room that best fits your needs. Each room includes its own contemporary bathroom updated with design elements like marble and tile showers, and custom armoires with mini bars in the rooms, and a private outdoor veranda.

  • Anson Queen: The Anson Queen guestroom is situated on the top floor of the original residence house. It includes a European-style bathroom with hand-laid marble and tile shower, marble countertops and handcrafted armoire. A fully-furnished veranda overlooks Charleston harbor and provides the perfect spot for outdoor relaxation.
  • Veranda Queen: The Veranda Queen guestrooms are found in the restored Charleston single houses that adjoin the courtyards. Custom designed furnishings include a queen bed and a shared outdoor veranda. The room exudes Charleston charm with classic architectural elements.

Zero George Anson Queen Room

Anson Queen Room

  • Veranda King: The Veranda King guestrooms are the largest rooms available at the Zero George Street Hotel. These rooms are found in the restored Charleston single houses and include European-style bathrooms, and the same classic decor with elements such as period millwork and pine floors.
  • Anson Suite: The Anson Suite is situated in the original residence house on the top floor. It features a king bedroom and anteroom desk parlor. The European-style bathroom features hand-laid marble and tile shower, marble countertops, and a hand-crafted armoire. This suite offers a view of Charleston harbor from the veranda.
  • Garden Suite: The Garden Suites are found in the original carriage house and offer a parlor, separate study area, and separate bedroom with queen bed and custom furnishings.

If you’re looking for a place to lay your head while visiting Charleston, the Zero George Street Hotel offers a charming historical option with a friendly staff. Visit their website for more information.

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  1. Penny W. says:

    I’ve never been to South Carolina but I think it has a relaxed and refined homey atmosphere I would really enjoy! Must get there sometime!

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