Located one block from the hotel, Market Street is home to Charleston’s famous open market. Buzzing from dawn until dusk, this is the perfect place to find a bargain.
Just outside the Hotel’s door, King Street is Charleston’s famous shopping and eating district. There are more specialty shops than you can count ranging from antiques to clothes to trinkets and lively restaurants and bars on every corner.
East Bay Street
Located just 2 blocks from the Hotel, East Bay Street is teeming with savory restaurants, hot night spots, the famous Rainbow Row houses and the SC Aquarium.
Gibbes Museum of Art
The Gibbes Museum of Art features more than 10,000 works of fine art, principally American works with a Charleston or Southern connection.
St Philip's Episcopal
St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, a National Historic Landmark, is home to the oldest congregation in South Carolina and was the first Anglican Church established south of Virginia.
Old Exchange Building and Provost
Considered one of the three most historically significant colonial buildings in the United States, the Old Exchange Building served Charleston as the social, economic and cultural hub of the port city.
Built in the 1700s as commercial buildings, Rainbow Row is now a series of colorful private residences and one of the most famous landmarks in Charleston.
Built on Charleston’s High Battery in 1825 by Charles Edmondston, the Edmondston-Alston House commands sweeping views of Charleston harbor.
Visit the most famous spot in Charleston history. This waterfront Battery is teeming with historic markers, antebellum homes, thriving oak trees and a view worth a thousand words.
The College of Charleston
Founded in 1770, the College of Charleston is one of the nation’s oldest institutions of higher learning. Randolph Hall and Porter’s Lodge, both National Historic Landmarks, mark the center of campus.
South Carolina Aquarium
The South Carolina Aquarium, located on Charleston Harbor, is home to over 10,000 plants and animals and a number of exhibits, including the three story Great Ocean Tank and the Touch Tank.
Joseph Manigault House
The Joseph Manigault House, built in 1803, is a premier example of Federal architecture while the interior reflects an outstanding collection of American, English and French furnishings of the period.
The Charleston Museum
The oldest museum in America, The Charleston Museum preserves and interprets the cultural and natural history of Charleston and South Carolina’s Lowcountry.
Charleston International Airport
Located only 12 miles from Belmond Charleston Place, the Charleston Airport is a hassle-free way of arriving and leaving Charleston.
Site of the famous USS Yorktown, Patriot’s Point is a natural choice for a naval-themed party or history-filled excursion; located only 10 minutes from Charleston Place.
Take a break from downtown and visit Sullivan's Island Beach. Located less than 6 miles from the Hotel, it is the perfect place to experience a day by the water.
Isle of Palms
Isle of Palms is home to Wild Dunes Resort with 2 Tom Fazio-designed golf courses, the famous Citadel Beach House, sand, surf and plenty of water activities.
Boone Hall Plantation
Visit the famous “Gone with the Wind” Plantation. Take a tour of the house, slaves’ quarters and famous row of Oak Trees. Don’t miss a chance to pick strawberries in the spring and pumpkins in the autumn.
Rivertowne Country Club
Situated among scenic marshlands and majestic live oaks, this Arnold Palmer golf course is a perfect challenge for large groups; located just 10 miles from the hotel.
The Plantation District
Located on the Ashley River, just 14 miles from Belmond Charleston Place, the plantation district consists of the antebellum homes of Middleton Place Plantation, Drayton Hall and Magnolia Plantation.