The breakfast on the roof top. The location in relationship to downtown Charleston. The bed was comfortable. The room was clean. The room had too big of furniture for the size of the room, esp the desk area. There was no swimming pool, jacuzzi, etc. Our room location was next to the entrance and it was a bit loud with the comings and goings. The maids started too early to clean rooms and it caused more noise in the hallway.
Room was very clean, uniquely decorated and furnished. Breakfast, while not great, was better than most I've experienced in the States. Great location close to the Market and other sites in downtown Charleston. Easy walking distance. Front desk staff was not very helpful or friendly. Bathroom did not have a fan, the sink water was always luke warm. No coffee machine in room. The price of the room was not worth the value of the room. Parking could be an issue.
Handy for everything . no
breakfest was great, good lokation downtown
it was restful, convienent, and clean
The location within historic Charleston was convenient to everything. We were able to walk to all of our chosen destinations! The amenities offered were excellent, the staff was very friendly and helpful, the room was very comfortable. Would love to go back there and stay longer!! Can't think of anything we did not like.
It was close to everything downtown. The price for the size of the room and the parking.
We were in Charleston for a wedding and stayed 3 nights at Andrew Pinckney Inn. Location was within walking distance of the restaurants, cathedral and aquarium chosen by the wedding couple for the weekend events. Sandy was especially helpful with recommendations and assistance booking a city tour and transportation when we needed it. The hotel was lovely and intimate with just 40 rooms. Beautiful floral arrangements, breakfast on the roof top, fresh cookies and coffee, tea, water and lemonade in the lobby and attention to detail made our stay very memorable. Charleston is well worth the trip! We paid $319 + tax and fees for Friday and Saturday night. $199 + for Sunday night. I returned home to have an e-mail promotion from Snique Away for Andrew Pinckney Inn for $109 per night. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay, but now feel that Booking.com was not my best option when booking a hotel. Prime weekend with USC graduation may have played a factor.
Location is great - convenient walking distance to all areas. The larger room is perfect for two friendly staff the breakfast is very good and convenient the daily wine and cheese is an added plus! paid parking is convenient when we arrived - the small room we had smelled very moldy - we went back to the office and they gave us a better , larger room our room was in the inner core - so no windows - the good news was that it allowed us to sleep longer in the morning
The staff was very friendly, and the mgr. responded right away when we told her the tub had hairs in it (not ours). Little extras like candy at turndown, champagne for our anniversary, and notes regarding the next days weather forecast were nice touches. Though the building itself is impressive, the Inn is in need of paint, polish and redecorating. The bed linens were not ironed, towels were old and one had a blood stain and another had hair on it, after finding hair in the tub.
loved the location, the free wine and cheese reception from 5-6, the courteous staff and the comfortable beds. The shower was absolutely awful. More specifically, the water pressure in the shower was awful. I couldn't get clean, and when I told the staff they let me know they would have a plumber there within 24 hours, which was after we had left and taken two AWFUL showers.
Staff is gracious and welcoming. Our room was spotless. Other reviewers have noted that rooms are small. Fine by us as we tend to spend very little time in the room while in Charleston. (We are frequent visitors to the city.) Our stay was blissfully quiet. The courtyard is charming and inviting - if only it had a bar...Location: perfect. Easy walk to anything in Charleston you might want, and gorgeous in all directions. This was our first stay at Elliott House - we'll definitely be back. Nothing
Location clean professional staff comfortable rooms wine and cheese and breakfast too wow
Proximity to restaurants/shops. Was hesitant to book after reading the many negative reviews about the the hotels lack of cleanliness and finally booked thinking, 'it's probably just people over reacting'... It's not. When we checked in and arrived to our room, the previous guests' room service tray was still outside. Not a big deal, but queued my curiosity about inside. Upon entering it all looked clean. Bed made, bathroom dry and stocked. When I finally took a seat on the bed, I saw it. The linens had multiple brown and red stains on the quilt and pillowcases. And a few strands of hair. We immediately asked for the bed to be remade (which they did and apologized for), but it was still difficult feeling comfortable when we crawled in bed after a long day.
I've stayed at the Elliott House several times over the years. Love the location and breakfast delivered to the room.
Nice hotel with a fantastic location. Not overly spacious but that is typical of historic properties. Small bathroom.
Excellent, quiet location for historic district. The courtyard would have been very pleasant in good weather. Staff were helpful. Small room overdecorated, with no place to put personal items. Rained hard all day, with no indoor dining area, so breakfast and wine and cheese reception were not offered in the courtyard. Breakfast choices were very limited. Would benefit from better bad weather planning.