From its lush rooms to its breezy piazzas, Charleston’s premier boutique hotel has charm, elegance and southern hospitality in abundance.
Hidden behind wrought-iron gates, the Zero George draws on Charleston’s European influences and rich history to create a wonderful harmony between the old and new. Soaring ceilings, original period millwork, fine linens, heart pine floors and a sophisticated palette of creams, browns and greys create an understated yet undeniably luxurious feel. Centred around a private garden courtyard, the 16 guestrooms are split between three impeccably resorted historic residences and two brick carriage houses dating back to 1804.
The hotel itself is named after its actual address - the oak-shaded George Street in Charleston’s historic Ansonborough neighbourhood. From here, you can walk to nearby King Street or Waterfront Park, or choose to explore the area’s shady lanes and antebellum houses on one of the hotel’s vintage bicycles. The concierge will be happy to arrange a private sunset sailing trip or beach picnic excursion. Back at the hotel, the award-winning Zero Restaurant + Bar serves up elevated American dishes that make the most of seasonal, local ingredients.
Zero George Street Hotel, at a glance
- Charming boutique hotel with beautiful period architectural details
- 16 well-appointed guestrooms and studios split between several 200-year-old buildings
- Every room has a luxurious bed, a white marble bathroom and shady, wicker-furnished piazza
- Award-winning cuisine and alfresco courtyard dining at the Zero Restaurant
- Zero Bar offering a mix of craft cocktails, beer and curated wines
- Personable, polished service
For leisure and pleasure
- Complimentary vintage bicycles for exploring
- Art and architecture tours
- Sunset harbour yacht sailing
- Spacious verandas and patios offer the ideal place to unwind at days’ end
- The Zero George Cooking School offers guests the opportunity to learn from the head chef
- Across the street from the Gaillard Centre, and within walking distance of City Market and King Street