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Less crowds, same great weather! When is your favorite time to visit #Charleston & the #beach? #TravelTuesday
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The South Carolina Aquarium has cleared sea turtles Splinter, Sutton and Raker for release next Wednesday July 31 at 10 a.m. at the Isle of Palms county park! Don't miss your chance to bid these friends farewell! http://ow.ly/njQUX

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1126 Ocean Blvd Isle of Palms, SC 29451
1126 Ocean BlvdUSSCIsle 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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ERIC EZZYK
reviewed in the last week
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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Ami Gandhi
reviewed 8 months ago
Definitely NOT worth the amount of money they charge for a night. I would expect a lot more for what we paid. The room was very dingy and outdated. It also had a very dusty smell to it. The bathroom had brown stains on the walls and ceilings. Also, be aware if you get a partial view room that there is a bar next door that plays loud music until late hours, making it difficult to sleep (and in our case getting young children to sleep). The only positive is that you have direct access to the beach (but it is a public beach so it gets very crowded).
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Will Chatham
reviewed 8 months ago
This place was an overpriced rip off. Here is a short list of the problems we had: - Our room was 20 feet from the outdoor bar next door, and there was a bad cover band playing 80's hits on a keyboard and a guitar until 10 pm. -The TV was on a shelf that was too low to see past your feet at the end of the bed. -The telephone did not work. At all. -The hallway was a stinky, sauna-like indoor patio where people would yell to each other as it echoed throughout. It was almost too hot to walk through, even at night. -No Verizon service in the hotel, and barely any around it or on the beach. -Unsecure free wifi. Who knows what kind of traffic snooping was going on. Bring your VPN. -No conditioner in the shower -patio furniture had ashes and cigarette burns and rust -crappy breakfast, overcrowded breakfast area -Did I mention the insane price they were charging? $280/night! -'Muricans. Not the hotel's fault, but be warned that most of the restaurants in this area of the island have a Joe's Crab Shack feel, and don't seem to be aimed at people looking for fresh seafood or much of an atmosphere while vacationing near the coast.
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Len Raleigh
reviewed 3 months 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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Nick Doles
reviewed 8 months ago
What it has going for it. Location, Location, Location. For under 200 a night with triple a your right on the beach. If all you need is a bed it's good enough. And that's all we wanted. Could have went to Wild Dunes for twice the amount but didn't make sense to pay more just to sleep. We were just there for the beach. That being said, rooms were clean, nothing special but clean. Elevator was crappy. Glad we were on the first floor. Parking is across the street but there is an unloading area under the hotel. Breakfast was free but pretty underwhelming. Gourmet coffee and tea mentioned in the add were tea bags and standard coffee. Hallway leading to the rooms was enclosed and the air conditioners vented into them so yeah a bit hot but not as bad as other reviews said. Biggest complaint. Beds used super thin blankets that are what they use in hospitals and there was one per bed. And they had no other available. We requested and received a couple of extras but overheard other guests say they had been told they were out meaning we got lucky. That's just plain ridiculous. Get good thick blankets for people like my wife who freeze in a room with direct air cooling.
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Ryan Armstrong
reviewed 9 months ago
My fiancee and I booked this hotel through Expedia in January for a vacation we went to in July 2013. For a 7-day, 6-night stay it cost around $1500 when it should have cost about $500 less for what it is worth. On the one hand, they have a decent continental breakfast (bagels, pancakes, fruit, oatmeal, cereal etc...) and their room service faithfully visits your room once a day unless you notify them not to. We purchased the "Isle of Relaxation" package and that includes a SC beach tote, a novel by a local author ("Isle of Palms"... which my fiancee loved and read before we checked out), a beach towel, and you are supposed to get an umbrella and beach chairs while on your stay but they are provided by a local vendor (you know... the ones that hang out on the beach and charge for using the chairs). This was a problem because the man who provides them would sometimes show up hours after he was supposed to and he only stays until 5pm so after that... no more chairs. We only were able to use them two out of the 7 days we spent there. Also be aware this is wedged between two local restaurants that have live music each night... it didn't bother us, but it is just something to consider. Also be aware this is located on a public beach and it will be crowded. Overall, this is a nice place to stay, but if you are staying here to beat the prices of staying in Charleston, get a place on Folly Beach because there is very little to do on the Isle of Palms and Sullivan's Island. We had a good stay and if this is what you want then go get it! Serves for a nice vacation :)
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