Mills House Hotel

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115 Meeting Street, Charleston, South Carolina 29401
843-577-2400
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Very nice hotel, but parking is expensive.

A traveler

Travelocity.com

This was a 1 night stay on our trip north. The hotel is quite nice and the staff was very friendly. The room was nice but on the small size, which didn't bother us since we were only there a short time. The bed was very comfortable and the room was ...Read more
Historic Atmosphere

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Nothing beats being right in the center of historic Charleston! You won't regret choosing to spend time at the Mills House. Our stay was delightful. The staff was pleasant. Our room was very comfortable. We enjoyed the pool. Would love to stay there ...Read more
Loved it and would definitly stay there again!

A traveler

Travelocity.com

The hotel is beautiful and located very centerly. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The pool and patios are lovely. The only shortcomming is the size of the rooms. We were a family of four and found the space a little constricting.
Warm and welcming

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Hotel is what you would expect in Charleston during a busy wee like Easter and Spring Break. What a great location, I thought it was the best of any price hotel in downtown/ remember parking is a bit difficult in downtowm so be aware before you go. ...Read more
Good Old Fashioned Feel

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Travelocity.com

The Mills House Hotel is not your typical Days Inn. It instantly has an historic feel as the whole place--room and lobby are decorated with classy, real wooden furniture. I wouldn't be surprised if they were antique. They also had a great menu at ...Read more


Wonderful

A traveler

Travelocity.com

Great historic hotel. Nice Downtown location. Hope for a repeat visit.
Lovely old hotel

A traveler

Travelocity.com

Wonderful location, an easy walk around the sites of Charleston.
Great room for an affordable price...

A traveler

Travelocity.com

Our family stayed for 2 nights during our first excursion to Charleston. The hotel was immaculate and full of history, as is most of Charleston. We'd love to come back!
Location, History, and Charm

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Travelocity.com

Location, Location, Location. This hotel was where Robert E. Lee stood on the balcony the day the first shots were fired at Ft Sumptner, starting the Civil War. Rooms are fairly small but the charm makes up for it. Walking distance from anything you ...Read more
Beautiful place, great location!

A traveler

Travelocity.com

I loved everything about this hotel! Great service. Beautiful place. Wonderful staff. Awesome food. Strong drinks. Perfect location to walk to everything.