Zero George Street

Zero George rains in elegance and warmth, and presents fresh Charleston hospitality in chic, renovated 2-century old buildings and courtyard. Breathtaking candle glow, and stunning greenery and landscaping, along with world class cuisine raise the bars with unquestionable exoticism.

The boutique hotel was named after its George Street residence, an oak-shaded main street running through Charleston’s old Anson borough neighborhood. The hotel’s location is quite ideal for roaming around the antebellum homes where gas-lit lanterns shine and decorated gardens await.

The hotel’s proximity is quite awesome in my opinion, since I have been a guest here multiple times. The hotel gives a very homely feeling. The highly hospitable staff make guests feel totally at home and make them feel as if they’re true Charlestonians.

The Gaillard Center , the venue famous for hosting the Spoleto Festival USA and other big-name performances is right across the street. In addition to that, the South Carolina Aquarium and waterfront are both short walks away. Same is the case with the City Market and King Street shops and eateries.

Attentive contemporary outline and immortal structural detail meet up at Zero George to make a paramount cross section of old and new. From the gathering alcove in the carriage house kitchen to the comfortable bar and candlelit lounge area, the vibe all through is private, welcoming and sentimental.

Amiable and cleaned benefit is consistent at Zero George, from the bellman who welcomes you by name as you open your auto entryway, to the attendant who joyfully masterminds a private nightfall cruising outing or shoreline outing trip.

Taste a happy glass of champagne upon landing as you visit the grounds. The roomy veranda and yard sitting ranges are lovely spots for unwinding. For reservations and bookings in this hotel, contact us.

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