Planters Inn

Check Rates 112 North Market Street, Charleston, SC, USA 29401 Map The Planters Inn is a Charleston luxury boutique hotel. Constructed in 1844, the Inn is comprised of two buildings surrounding a lush courtyard garden. Ongoing non-obtrusive renovations since its opening have allowed the Inn to preserve its historic elegance, while incorporating some of the […]


112 North Market Street, Charleston, SC, USA 29401 Map
The Planters Inn is a Charleston luxury boutique hotel. Constructed in 1844, the Inn is comprised of two buildings surrounding a lush courtyard garden. Ongoing non-obtrusive renovations since its opening have allowed the Inn to preserve its historic elegance, while incorporating some of the best new elements of technology and design.

For meetings and special event planning, Planters Inn offers 8 function spaces for more intimate events and smaller business groups. It’s largest space is the Garden Room at 1475 square feet. It’s worth noting that Planters Inn also has an enclosed, formal Garden Courtyard that may be ideal for weddings or private dinners.

Planters Inn offers 64 unique rooms with an atmosphere of elegance and refinement. They include high ceilings that gracefully frame a Baker reproduction four-poster bed and upscale period-style furnishings.

Planters Inn amenities include the award-winning Peninsula Grill, a fine dining restaurant that is also available for private dining, a business center with laptops and internet access, excellent concierge services and, of course, gracious hospitality.

Rob is editor of Business Travel Destinations. He was voted among the top 10 business travel bloggers by USA TODAY 10Best. Rob reviews international destinations for meetings and events -- where business travelers go, the hotels where they stay and their lifestyle preferences on the road. He spent more than a decade planning hundreds of corporate events throughout the U.S. for a Fortune 50 company, including meetings, conferences, seminars, executive retreats and other special events. Rob was previously the event planning guide for About.com (owned by The New York Times Company) from 2007 - 2011. His articles have appeared in business travel publications and travel sites internationally.