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Everyone is out enjoying the beautiful weather today!  We hope you have a great weekend!
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We are excited for Southeastern Wildlife Exposition this weekend! It's going to be a beautiful and sunny weekend! #SEWE   #Charleston   #valentines  +Charleston SC - Traveler of Charleston Mag 
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The weather will be wonderful this weekend for the Sullivan's Island Fire & Rescue Oyster Roast!
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We hope you enjoy the first weekend of 2015!
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+Condé Nast Traveler made a list of The Top 10 Reasons People Love Charleston!
With Charleston, S.C. topping our readers' choice list of best cities in the U.S. (four years running), we decided to look into what makes a great city. Read on for our top 10 reasons to fall for Charleston's Southern charm.
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Let the renovations begin! We are starting on one of our many projects for the off-season! The loading zone underneath the hotel is project #1. While we enhance this area, the loading zones in front of the hotel can still be used for your convenience! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us!
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Ready to get in the #holidayspirit  ?  Check out the Holiday Festival of Lights opening night TONIGHT!

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It has been called "The world’s largest oyster festival", and "One of the Top 20 events in the Southeast”. It's the 32nd Annual Boone Hall Oyster Festival, and it is happening TOMORROW! For more information, follow the links below! Enjoy! #Charleston  +Boone Hall Plantation +Charleston SC - Traveler of Charleston Mag 
Tickets are now on sale for the 32nd Annual Lowcountry Oyster Festival, set to take place on Sunday, January 25, 2015 at Boone Hall Plantation in Mount Pleasant. Coined the world's largest oyster festival, the Lowcountry Oyster Festival has been named one of the “top 20 events in the southeast” ...
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We hope you are enjoying your 12-13-14!  Have a great weekend!
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Happy #Monday from #Charleston !  We hope you have a great week!
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1126 Ocean Blvd Isle of Palms, SC 29451
1126 Ocean BoulevardUSSouth CarolinaIsle of Palms29451
(843) 886-3003thepalmshotel.us
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The Palms Oceanfront Hotel is located on the beach in beautiful Isle of Palms, South Carolina. Serving as your oceanfront gateway to miles of pristine white sandy beaches and sun shadowed blue waters, the Palms Oceanfront Hotel consistently ranks as one of the best Isle of Palms hotels. Choosing the Palms Oceanfront Hotel will place you minutes away from Wild Dunes Resort, Historic Charleston, Mount Pleasant, southern plantations, Fort Moultrie, and Sullivans Island.

Our accommodations aren’t the only thing that makes us one of the most popular Isle of Palms hotels–our knowledgeable staff can help you plan a Charleston trip that you will remember forever. The 2009 Readers’ Choice Awards from Southern Living named the Isle of Palms one of the Top 10 Best Beaches in the South.

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Simple hotel with beach access featuring an oceanfront pool plus free breakfast & WiFi.- Google
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Cherice Pickett
3 weeks ago
I am in love with the front staff at The Palms! What an amazing experience and really made us feel like we are family! Kevin at the front desk especially deserves to be recognized for his amazing attitude and willing to help! Wow! The management at The Palms should be very proud of their staff and the reputation that they give to their establishment!
Kara R
7 months ago
At the Palms. Total disappointment on my birthday. First time and LAST TIME. Will not EVER come back to this place or recommend it to ANYONE. Entirely too overpriced, unclean, unprofessional, unfriendly staff. Will not, even when customer is disappointed, consider any discount or refund. The first room we got, had a door that would not close to the outside. The next room, broken glass beside the door to the balcony. By the way, that room leads to a bar area. Very noisy and apparently not well-insulated. Needs remodeling. Looks like a total dump.
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Zander Breccan
a month ago
Great staff, Clean and just nice!!
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Karen Nelson
8 months ago
I stayed alone for two nights. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. My room wasn't immaculate but it wasn't anywhere close to filthy like others have stated. There was a little dust (probably sand) in the corners but the bathroom and the room in general were clean. I had plenty of clean towels and a clean comfy bed. Yes, it was a little warm in the covered hallways, but hey, you're at the beach. It's hot there! I was in a coastal guestroom closer to the street side of the hotel right over the restaurant next door. I was able to sit on my balcony and watch the entertainment. I could also hear the music from Coconut Joe's nest door. I didn't make it over there in time to enjoy it but I loved the rooftop dining area there. Parking is a walk across the street to a gravel parking lot and you have to pay $6 a day to park, which they could comp, but you can unload under the hotel near the elevator and they have luggage carts you can use. You can walk across the street to all the little shops and there are several different restaurants to choose from. The beach is crowded, but the hotel doesn't claim to offer you a private beach. If you want private, you will pay much more. I wish I had known about chair rentals for the beach. It would have been nice to have a chair waiting for me when I walked down. All in all, though, it was a great stay.
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Chris Caton
2 months ago
The Palms Hotel is a million dollar view with a motel-style feel. For the price, you cannot beat the private balconies (ask for oceanfront) and hard-working staff. My room had just been deep-cleaned and painted and was big, with a really comfortable King-sized bed and couch-to-full-sized bed. Refrig, flat-screen, free breakfast including eggs, 24 hour coffee and local beach pubs with the freshest seafood around. Def going back soon...
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Deb St.Louis
in the last week
The staff was friendly and the beach was terrific! The Palms is in dire need of a complete overhaul.They ran out of propane and we had no hot water at one point...that should say it all! I was also overcharged, but caught the charge and it was rectified.
ERIC EZZYK
a year ago
NOT worth the money!! We booked through expedia at 250 a night after fees and received a room with only a view of the elevator, which dings loudly all through the night. There are two bars on either side of the hotel that play very loud live music until 10pm every night. The hotel was repairing the pool with jack hammers all afternoon so no afternoon relaxing after a day on the beach The cleaning crew didn't bother to empty the trash until the last day we were there when it was beginning to spill over. The stairwells were dirty and nasty. Also parking is across the street in a gravel non covered lot that was overfull every night with people parking right on top of each other causing our car to be dinged and dented. I highly suggest finding another place to stay If you are visiting the Isle of Palms. I
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Len Raleigh
a year ago
I stayed here for 2 nights and was thrilled with this hotel. We had an oceanfront view, and the breakfast was great. Great location, too. There was a lady walking around helping people make tie died shirts which were free. I do not understand why there are so many bad reviews here- then again I did not need the staff, I just checked in and went about my business. The place is not cheap, but hey, no oceanfront beach in SC is going to be cheap. I thought I got a great value, and I personally had a good experience here. I prefer some of the quieter less "touristy" beaches of North Carolina myself, but if I am in this area again, I would stay here again.
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