Kings Courtyard Inn

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Located on Charleston’s King Street and a charter member of Historic Hotels of America, the magnificent Kings Courtyard Inn possesses a venerable past. Colonel J. Charles Blum constructed the building in 1853, hiring architect Francis D. Lee to oversee its development. Lee used Greek Revival-style architecture accented with Egyptian design elements. In 1983, the building underwent a massive renovation that saw its transformation into the present Kings Courtyard Inn. The 41-room Inn has since been among Charleston’s most charming destinations, where guests are pampered with Southern-style niceties. Each light-filled room is unique and all have 12-foot ceilings, along with beautifully restored original hardwood floors.

Image of Hotel Exterior, Kings Courtyard Inn in Charleston, South Carolina, 1853, Member of Historic Hotels of America, Overview

Welcome to the Kings Courtyard Inn

In the heart of Charleston's historic district, the Kings Courtyard Inn embraces the energy of the city and the legacy of the past. Guests can revel in the care and company that only true Southern hospitality can give.


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Discover Waterfront Park, Drayton Hall, Fort Sumter, and the Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon nearby.


Discover the Greek Revival style architecture of the Kings Courtyard Inn.


Explore Charleston’s most stylish shops, boutiques, and restaurants.


Experience the private courtyards with a good book.


Taste the flavors of South Carolina's Foodways at Circa 1886 Restaurant.

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