Anchorage Inn - Charleston32.778813, -79.926438
The 3-star Anchorage Inn is set about 2.4 km from Philip Simmons Museum Home and Workshop. The modern hotel in Charleston attracts guests with its French architecture.
The property is 1050 meters away from Grace Church Cathedral. A 10-minute walk to the center of Charleston.
Charleston, AFB Municipal airport is about 25 minutes by car.
The hotel comprises 19 rooms equipped with climate control, Wi-Fi, a laptop-size safe, coffee/tea makers and a work desk.
Eat & Drink
There is a dining room for guests to enjoy their meal. Southend Brewery & Smokehouse and Pearlz Oyster Bar are situated in a historic area, about 100 meters from the venue.
There are a safety deposit box, an elevator and parking provided on-site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby at USD 16 per day.
Number of rooms: 19.
Bar/ Lounge area
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness centre
- Bar/ Lounge area
Spa & Leisure
- Swimming pool
- Flat-screen TV
- City landmarks
The location was great...we parked our car and never had to use it until we departed...the free bus service was an additional pleasure...we will return to the Anchorage in the future
Breakfest stop to early
The staff was very nice but the Inn itself needs a face lift. It was extremely run down and just felt dirty and smelled musty. The owners should invest in new towels and bed linens.
A great place to relax and unwind. It was like a bed and breakfast but right in the heart of Charleston. Great warm cozy rooms. Loved the evening brandy nightcap along with the cheese and wine before supper.
The all female staff does a very good job with what they have. If they had some financial backing to spruce up the place, this Inn has great potential.
Would have preferred a king bed and glad we had a window.
We were very pleased with the location since we could walk anyplace in the lower part of Charleston. And, we could reach enough good restaruants. We parked our car, and walked everywhere.
There is no coffee pot supplied witht the room, so we had to bring our own as we like coffee as soon as we are out of bed. The continential breakfast left something to be desired; and they were cleaning up before the appointed hour of ten.
Availability (it was Republican Primary); Flexibility of staff (he readily changed our accommodations to best suite our needs); Location (all we wanted to see was within walking distance) It still irks me to spend $170 for one night in a hotel, though. If a simple, decent room was available in the same location for much less I would have stayed there instead
Rustic feeling because building is historic and proximity to the Waterfront Park
The room we stayed in for the first 2 days was noisy right at the entrance near the front desk.
We loved being in the historic district of Charleston and at the waterfront. The Inn was private, comfortable and conducive to the Charleston period.
We were entirely satisfied.
Always good assistance and the rooms are all very classic and neat.
Location Charming design Price
The staff was cool but efficient. The room was very clean, but very dark.We enjoyed the extras and the location was terrific. We would definately stay there again.
The room was right next to the reception desk and it was very dark. Next time we will know which rooms to select.
Location and I had a room with a view!
We loved the old-world, beautiful wood treatments, and the gorgeous and comfortable bed. We thoroughly enjoyed your wine and cheese hour and unforutnately, due to the amazing location in historic downtown, we missed your sherry evenings and morning breakfasts :) Thank you for a gorgeous stay and a wonderful weekend.
convenience and location and very nice