Whether you are looking for a unique getaway or a conveniently located stay for business travel, Zero George should definitely be at the top of your list. Zero George Street is comprised of four historic circa 1804 buildings. A beautiful courtyard ties them all together to create a quiet escape right in the heart of downtown Charleston. In total, there are 16 studio rooms and suites that have all been decorated with uniquely curated design features and details.
In addition to the historic setting and relaxing escape, Zero George offers guests a unique culinary experience. Guest and non-guests can enjoy dining at Zero Restaurant + Bar, Tuesday-Sunday between 5pm-10pm. Fresh menus are prepared daily and are offered in a set menu with optional wine pairings. And, if your culinary interests extend beyond a meal, you can enroll in “one of the best new cooking classes in the world” as distinguished by “Food + Wine” magazine at the Zero George Cooking School. There is also a small bar where you can enjoy cocktails before being seated for dinner.
Zero George Street is located immediately adjacent to The Gaillard Auditorium which makes it an ideal place to stay when attending a show. This unique hotel/inn offers so many wonderful features. You will look forward to returning to your room each day!
Rates can vary greatly and typically range from $250-$650/night
Location: Downtown Charleston, Historic District
Crossroads: George St and East Bay Street
Style: Boutique Hotel/Inn
Types of Stays: Romance, Business, Couples, Singles (not ideal for children)
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