“One of America’s most romantic historic cities”
Maître de Maison
- Sergio Roa
Charleston is one of North America’s best-preserved architectural treasures. With its antebellum mansions, cobblestone streets and serene harbor, the city wears a patina of European-influenced splendor. Originally built in 1844, the Planters Inn stands in the very heart of the Historic District. From flickering carriage lanterns to handcrafted four-poster beds from the Baker Historic Charleston Foundation Collection, this is where understated elegance meets Lowcountry inspiration. The courtyard is a charming urban oasis adorned with boxwoods, fountains and fruit trees, a romantic setting in which to experience the regional American cuisine of the acclaimed Peninsula Grill.