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It has horse-drawn carriages, world-class antique shops, and some breathtakingly attractive residents: this South Carolina city dazzled readers with its charm offensive. To wrap yourself in charm (and Frette linens) at night, check in at the 18-room Zero George Street, comprised of five historic homes in the Ansonborough district, where you can take low-country cooking classes from the executive chef. Readers’ favorite sport in Charleston was sho...
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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 
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It's going to be a beautiful weekend!  We hope you have a chance to come see us at the beach!
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The weather will be wonderful this weekend for the Sullivan's Island Fire & Rescue Oyster Roast!
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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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Christine Hickey
a month ago
After a long overnight flight then a two hour drive to Isle of Palms, we had lost track of what time it was when we arrived. We walked into the lobby with our bags and Kyle kindly reminded me that that check in was still 4 hours away. (we had actually arrived right at Check OUT time!) but he immediately searched for any rooms that had been cleaned early and checked us in. As he was checking us in, he asked about our plans and engaged in what our interests were. When I told him that we were hoping to see some historical sites, he pulled Neil over to our conversation. Neil used to be a history teacher and gave me a 3 page print out on relative historical sites and specific notes of interest..along with several recommendations for restaurants. I was blown away by how sincerely interested these young men were in our vacation! Our room was wonderful...perfect ocean view from our sizable balcony. The location was perfect with its own personal boardwalk to the beach. When we checked out, Kyle marked up a special map for us with the local "secret" on how to avoid traffic! Honestly, just hours into our stay, we vowed to make this an annual trip...and we will never stay anywhere else in Isle of Palms. Totally exceeded expectations!
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Sam Edwards
a month ago
Avoid this place at all costs. My sister and her friends were manipulated, lied to, then ripped off by their horrendous dishonesty and shading business practices. They went to celebrate her bachelorette party at this hotel, but were not permitted to check in on account on my sister being under 21. However, she was told twice over the phone by employees of the Palms that her age would not be an issue. So instead of honoring their word, they rudely referred to an obscure fine print policy on their website (which is not easily found) that states that the customer must be 21 or older to check in. All of this would have been forgivable if they had refunded her money for the booking, but instead they defrauded her of $280! Do not give these con-artists the pleasure of ripping you off as well. One last thing, someone got shot on the beach the day we were there. So, fair warning.
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Cherice Pickett
4 months 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!
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Russell Black
2 months ago
The room was quite clean and comfortable, and the location was excellent for beach access. The elevator was rather loud during the evening, but we spent most of that on the beach and bars anyway.
Sue Hoskins
a month ago
We just returned from our second visit to The Palms. Our first visit was enough to make it a "no brainer" when we were choosing where to stay this vacation. Our second visit has established a long lasting relationship. This has got to be the best kept secret on the east coast. This establishment is in the most perfect spot. It is not on a busy business route with lots of traffic. The area has shops and restaurants, but is not a freaky tourist spot. The beaches are clean and well visited by families enjoying meaningful time and making memories. The Palms was very clean, well kept and smoke free. The staff was welcoming and helpful on all levels. I witnessed them interacting with other guests in a variety of situations and they were professional, courteous and went out of their way to answer any questions. The breakfast was surprisingly good and they had a variety of choices to accommodate special dietary needs. Their superior level of guest concentric thoughtfulness showed from the quality of the coffee, the bowl of fruit in the afternoon, to the cookies and lemonade at night. I definitely recommend staying at The Palms, but shhhhh! Don’t tell anyone else about this establishment!
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Laura Hoock
a month ago
A lot of people actually get paid to write positive reviews for companies, I'm pretty sure this is one of those instances. We spent approximately 8 hours in this hotel, we literally only used it to sleep in, and that was still too much. The staff was very kind and pleasant, but the inside of the place reminded me of a motel from 1973. I was quite pleased that Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th did not find us asleep. Although it seemed very possible. I booked this room through Groupon, and ended up paying around $270 (with Groupon) for a room with two double beds, and a "coastal view", which we were told was an ocean view. We were able to see about 20% of the ocean if we tilted our heads out the balcony. While I understand that construction was being done, the outside of the hotel smelled absolutely terrible. I can't even describe it, it wasn't the normal ocean smell, it was just horrible. The room itself seemed to be quite dingy. Nothing seems to have been updated since before I was born. Our vacation was very pleasant, and the Isle of Palms is a beautiful place, but I would highly recommend sleeping in your car before paying such high prices for this hotel.
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Chris Caton
6 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...
Kara R
10 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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