Zero George Street Boutique Hotel Charleston
On my first trip to Charleston, Zero George Street was the obvious choice for our stay. As I've mentioned before, I am a big fan of finding boutique hotels that provide a unique local experience. I felt right at home in this beautiful enclave of classic Charleston homes and carriage houses.
We loved spending the warm summer mornings on the patio sipping coffee (or tea in my case) and eating the yummy bag of chocolates they left for us each night at turndown. During the day, we borrowed there trendy turquoise bikes to cruise around town. One day we even rode across the bridge to visit Sullivan's Island, an adventure you can read about here.
Charleston is a very bike friendly city so we found this to be our favorite way to get around, even though everything is within walking distance. Zero George is perfectly located about a ten minute walk to all of the classic sites like the Pineapple Fountain at Waterfront Park, the colorful houses of Rainbow Row, and all of the great shopping and dining found on King Street.
At the end of the day, we were grateful for the large rain shower and luxurious bath products to wash off the humidity that the Deep South is known for. Plush white bed linens ensured we rested up for the next day of activities. The friendly staff made sure we had everything we needed to enjoy our stay.
We had dinner plans with friends at other restaurants during our short weekend stay (see our restaurant guide here), but next time we visit I will absolutely be sure to make a reservation at the Zero George Restaurant for a fine dining experience. They offer cooking classes in the beautiful kitchen as well, which I accidentally walked in on and it looked really fun!
I cannot wait to visit Charleston and Zero George again, it truly felt like coming home.