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Its All For You
  • Jazz-Age Charisma
  • Made For You Service
  • Southern Sophistication

The Most Elite Way

To Experience
The Holy City

Offering the best address in Charleston’s bustling historic district, The Spectator Hotel evokes the exuberance of the Jazz Age and the genteel glamour of the Old South. Step inside our sophisticated boutique jewel and discover why, year after year, we are recognized among Charleston’s top hotels.


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Reasons You’ll Love Us

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Personal Butler Services


Personal Butler Services

Enjoy the absolute attentiveness of a personal butler. The Spectator is the only hotel in Charleston with a personal butler for every guest.

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Charleston's Most Enviable Address


Charleston's Most Enviable Address

Revel in an unmatched location at the corner of State and Linguard Streets just one block from the renowned City Market. We’re just steps from the city’s historic landmarks, cobblestone streets, and antebellum mansions.

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Gourmet Breakfast in Bed


Gourmet Breakfast in Bed

Experience the simple luxury of butler-delivered breakfast featuring seasonal, locally sourced favorites.

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The Bar at The Spectator


The Bar at The Spectator

Score a seat in The Bar, named one of the country’s top five bars by USA TODAY. It’s everything you imagine a Charleston hotspot should be...right down to the private label bourbon.

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Spacious Rooms with Luxury Amenities


Spacious Rooms with Luxury Amenities

Unwind amid the lavish comfort of our guestrooms and suites featuring Nespresso machines, heated towel racks, and local Deep Steep bath amenities.

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Unrivaled Polish

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Toast The Good Life

Part speakeasy lounge, part Gatsby-esque library, the buzzing Bar at The Spectator is Charleston’s favorite place to gather.

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Set Your Sights On Charleston

Gibbes Art Museum

Located in a striking Beaux Arts building, the Gibbes Art Museum houses a premier collection of over 10,000 works of fine art, many with a connection to the Old South and Historic Charleston.

Philadelphia Alley

Take the path less travelled through this quiet, one-block stretch nestled between Church and State Street. Perfect for a beautiful walk downtown during the day or even a midnight stroll.


Spanning more than six acres, monument-filled Marion Square is the setting for many festivals and a summertime Farmer's Market every Saturday.


Founded in 1770, this institution is the oldest college in South Carolina, featuring National Historic Landmarks like the Randolph Hall and the Cistern. This one is one of Butler David's Recommendations.


This eight-acre park facing Charleston Harbor is known for its picturesque Pineapple Fountain and inviting fishing pier lined with wooden swings.

Historic City Market

Around the corner from us is the cultural heart of our historic city. The City Market is a pivotal stop for those looking for handcrafted trinkets and a glimpse into life in the Old South.

The Battery

Famous for its stately historic homes, The Battery is a Civil War-era defensive seawall and beloved promenade stretching along the lower shores of the Charleston peninsula.

Rainbow Row

Known as Rainbow Row since the 1930s, this series of 13 pastel-colored historic houses is among the most photographed locations in Charleston.

The Spectator Hotel

Located in the heart of Charleston's Historic District at 67 State Street.

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