Hampton Inn Charleston – Historic District

345 Meeting St, Charleston, 29403-6439, SC

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1 Room / 2 Adults

1 rooms,
2 adults
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    1
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Overview

Located in Charleston’s Historic District, families have easy access to the Charleston Museum and Gibbes Museum of Art and the Children’s Museum. Walking tours, carriage rides and historic plantation houses are also near this Hampton Inn. After a day of touring around Charleston, head to the hotel’s outdoor swimming pool to finish out the day with a splash. Parents can relax on the pool deck chairs while kids swim and play. The 170 guestrooms and suites one king or two queen beds, a flat screen television, coffee maker and a sofa. Some of the guestrooms and suites feature a sleeper sofa and microwave. Complimentary Wi-Fi access is available throughout the hotel so there is never an issue with staying connected to work and home. Start the day with the complimentary hot breakfast buffet which offers items like eggs, hot and cold cereal, pastries and yogurt. Or if you are in a hurry to explore Charleston, grab an On the Run breakfast bag before you head out the door.

Our Editor Loves

  • Outdoor pool
  • Children's museum nearby
  • Historic District

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry
  • Pool

Reviews

Mid range prices with low end facility and service

by PPHOA

Facility in very poor shape. When I checked in there was hair all
Over the bathroom
Floor. Furniture in disrepair. Telephone didn’t work. Noisy rooms. Hampton Inn used to be a respectable
Brand but the last two times
I used one the hotel
Was
In very poor shape. They charge mid range prices for low end facilities
And service. (Motel
6).

November 3rd

by dj44mcso

The hotel is in a historical area and therefore the look of the hotel was appropriate. I do not feel as though the price is worth it.

I had a room which opened to the courthouse and looking at the door I could tell at one point the door had been forced open from the outside. The door lock was exposed and the room was not safe.

At breakfast I found a huge black hair in the eggs. I mentioned the hair to staff and didn’t get a response. I was told by another guest that the eggs had been pulled and changed.

The parking garage staff was not friendly and the gentleman that i interacted with the first night was rude and disrespectful.

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