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Credit: The Spectator

Summer is in full effect, which gives thousands of Manhattanites the opportunity to get out of the concrete jungle that we call home and into another fun and sunny destination.  One of those destinations that should be on your must list is Charleston, South Carolina, which boasts a ton of great history, beauty, fun and sun, all in one beautiful city.  We here at Manhattan Digest have found four boutique hotels that offer a ton of great amenities that you can experience the next time you are in town!

Take a look at the ones that we found for you to check into.  Relax, kick back, and enjoy!

Credit: Andrew Pinckney Inn
Credit: Andrew Pinckney Inn

Andrew Pinckney Inn: A true historic icon built in the 1860s, the Andrew Pinckney Inn sits steps away from Charleston’s bustling City Market in two historic and recently renovated buildings. Named after a signer of the Declaration of Independence and a major influencer of Charleston’s past, the hotel boasts an outdoor rooftop terrace where complimentary, locally-sourced continental breakfast and afternoon wine and cheese is served.

Credit: Harbourview Inn
Credit: Harbourview Inn

HarbourView Inn: As Charleston’s only waterfront hotel in the Historic District, the HarbourView Inn offers guests the intimate approach of a bed and breakfast with the features of a luxurious boutique hotel. Guests can enjoy an array of complimentary daily amenities that add genuine value to any stay, complete with a private rooftop flanked by views of the harbor and famed Pineapple Fountain, where weekly live music sessions, local beer and wine sampling, and evening skyline tours hosted by a local historian are held.

Credit: French Quarter Inn
Credit: French Quarter Inn

French Quarter Inn: Old world charm meets authentic southern hospitality at the French Quarter Inn where guests can enjoy an anticipatory staff (the hotel receives numerous TripAdvisor accolades and was recently voted No. 15 City Hotel in the U.S. in the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards 2016), extensive array of daily amenities with local gastronomic touches and turn-of-the-century inspired design elements that evoke a European flare.

Credit: The Spectator
Credit: The Spectator

The Spectator: Recently named the No. 1 City Hotel in the Continental U.S. in the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards 2016 and No. 2 on the list of Top 100 Best Hotels in the World, The Spectator is a distinct boutique hotel for the well-heeled traveler. Evoking the genteel glamour of the Old South mixed with a modern take on the luxurious exuberance of the 1920s, the hotel offers personal butlers for every guest, high-end complimentary amenities and one of Charleston’s best speakeasy bars showcasing Prohibition-era cocktails, The Bar.