Image Above Taken From:www.marketpavilion.com[/caption] February’s here, and that can only mean is in the air! Why not shake things up this year and pamper yourself—and your mate!—with a starry-eyed weekend at one of Charleston’s most luxurious hotels? From accommodations that rival royalty to incredible views, these four unforgettable inns will make a Valentine’s Day fan out of you yet:
- : If you’re planning a romantic getaway or looking to celebrate Valentine’s Day in the lap of luxury, you’ve come to the right place. Market Pavilion Hotel offers suites that boast some of the most breathtaking trappings we’ve seen. From mahogany bed posters to Italian marble, each guestroom is a grand gesture to old world Southern style and opulence. Snuggle up in a plush robe with your honey and take in your refined surroundings.
- : Located at the very heart of downtown Charleston, this luxurious hotel gives guests a firsthand taste of old-world charm. Enjoy the rooftop pool, dine at the award-winning Charleston Grill, and spoil yourself at the hotel spa. Though you’ll be walking distance from the city’s attractions and boutiques, you’ll probably not even want to leave this gorgeous hotel all weekend!
- : If you’re looking for a beachside escape, book a stay at the Boardwalk Inn, just 150 yards from the beach at Wild Dunes Resort. The rooms here offer a relaxed, private feel in addition to their AAA Four Diamond service. Dine at The Inn’s Sea Island Grill & Lounge, an upscale coastal restaurant in a casual atmosphere. Just a walk away, you and your darling can enjoy a relaxing treatment at the resort’s spa.
- : For a quiet vacation, check into The Inn at Middleton Place. The quaint Inn is surrounded by Charleston’s natural beauty, secluded among tall pines and live oaks. Guests of The Inn have complimentary access to all the attractions,such as the Middleton Place Gardens, the House Museum tours focusing on Arthur Middleton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and the Plantation Stableyards where traditional craftsmen demonstrate their trades on the 18thand 19thcentury plantation.
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