In the heart of the historic district of Charleston, the Best
Western King Charles Inn abounds in grand Southern tradition
and ambiance. Eighteenth century charm is present with the
inns warm and gracious atmosphere. Part of the Best Western
King Charles Inns illustrious past was originally as the
Pavilion Hotel circa 1830. The Best Western King Charles Inn
was the gathering spot of area artisans and artists, including
Edgar Allan Poe, then a soldier for the Fort Moultrie. The
Best Western King Charles Inn symbolizes the very finest in
traditions with period reproductions in all guest rooms
including poster beds and armoires. We look forward to seeing
you at the Best Western King Charles Inn.
Map + Directions
Direction to the Property from North -
From Interstate 26 and Highway 17 North, exit at Meeting
Street. The Best Western King Charles Inn is located one mile
on the right. From Highway 17 South, follow the signs to
Calhoun street and go right on Meeting Street for five blocks.
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