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Welcome to The Zero George Hotel, a boutique hotel located in Charleston, South Carolina. It is widely recognized as one of the top boutique hotels in the city. The hotel is comprised of five buildings situated around a private courtyard, featuring 16 hotel rooms and suites, as well as five residences. The hotel offers a unique blend of old-world charm, luxury, and elegance, with modern artwork, accommodations, and amenities that are sure to exceed your expectations.

The hotel is located in the Ansonborough neighborhood, which is known for its rich history and culture. Its location is ideal, as it’s only a 15-minute walk to some of the best attractions in the area, including King Street, Market Street, and Meeting Street. The Zero George is a top choice for visitors to the city not only because of its convenient location, but also because of the exceptional service, top-notch accommodations, and first-class amenities. The hotel also has one of the best restaurants in the city, making it a popular choice among tourists and locals.

The service at Zero George is rated 5-star by many top internet sites and hotel guests, and for good reason. From the moment you step into the lobby, you’ll be greeted with genuine Southern charm and a glass of champagne. The exceptional service continues throughout your stay, with the concierge and staff always available to assist with a friendly smile and a wealth of knowledge. It’s no wonder guests don’t want to leave. Overall, the service provided by Zero George is truly A+.

The accommodations are of top-grade quality. All the rooms are tastefully decorated with custom furnishings. They are spacious and make you feel right at home. The rooms feature period millwork, hardwood floors, high ceilings, and marble bathrooms. Most of the rooms come with king-sized posterpedic beds. Additionally, there are larger suites that come with parlors. Some suites have pullout sofas, while others have private gardens.

Many guests have expressed their desire to stay longer, so the management has introduced The Residences. There are five private residences available for rent for a few weeks up to a year. Four residences have one bedroom with kitchenettes, while the fifth is a three-bedroom deluxe with a gourmet kitchen. The Residences offer all the amenities of a hotel but with the added privacy of your own living space. You will still receive housekeeping services and have access to a concierge for any assistance you may need. As you may need to cook during your stay, the concierge can arrange for fresh groceries to be delivered to your refrigerator.

The hotel offers a wide range of amenities for the guests. The in-room facilities include:
Luxurious Italian bed linen.
Cozy Boca Terry bathrobes.
Nespresso coffee machines.
Malin + Goetz skincare products in the bathroom.

The hotel amenities are even more impressive, featuring a gourmet European Continental Breakfast every morning, a wine and cheese happy hour in the afternoon, and homemade chocolates on the turndown service at night. The hotel also offers unique experiences, such as private cooking lessons at the award-winning Zero George Restaurant and flower arrangement classes with wine tasting.

The Restaurant at Zero George is one of the best restaurants not only in Charleston but in the entire United States. The Executive Chef, Vinson Petrillo, creates delicious dishes using local, seasonal ingredients. The restaurant offers a tasting menu that will leave you craving for more. Additionally, there’s a Caviar Bar at Zero George where you can enjoy the finest caviar available. If you’re a foodie or enjoy good food, dining at Zero George is an experience you shouldn’t miss.

Zero George is a hotel known for its exceptional services, mouth-watering food, stunning rooms, and top-notch amenities. If you’re planning a trip to Charleston, you should definitely consider staying at this world-class boutique hotel. You’ll soon realize why so many guests choose to return year after year.



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  • Julie Z.
    Julie Z.
    3 weeks ago

    We had an amazing long weekend stay at the Zero George. Mark the concierge was super helpful, attentive and accommodating. We enjoyed chatting with him from arrival to departure. He suggested we take the house bikes to King St. for dinner and it made for the perfect evening. There’s always a line for dinner at 167 Raw, so we put our names in and took the bikes to the battery and around south of broad. The jasmine was in full bloom! The complementary breakfast at the hotel is great, as is wine and cheese happy hour, and turn down service. The rooms were comfortable and well appointed too. We will be back to enjoy sitting in the inner gardens in this central Charleston spot!!

  • Rachel Lambeth
    Rachel Lambeth
    6 months ago

    Zero George Restaurant is an absolutely wonderful dining experience whether you are going for a date night or a business meeting. I've gone at least 3 times, once for their New Years Eve dinner, and other times just for a fun dinner. The atmosphere is elegant and cozy, with music playing at just the right volume for you to be able to have conversation with ease. The service is excellent - with prompt attention, great explanations of the courses, wine or cocktails. The food is just wonderful - each time is a new experience, with the inclusion of some fan favorites that you may see pop up more frequently. Everything is presented beautifully and tastes just as wonderful as it appears (and better). They have a stellar cocktail menu, wine menu, and can cater to those who have dietary restrictions (just make sure to let them know ahead of time when you make your reservation).

  • Mandy Naglich
    Mandy Naglich
    5 months ago

    we had an absolutely lovely time at Zero George. We only had time to stay for one night to celebrate my husbands birthday and the whole Zero George team went out of their way to make sure we had a really special (if short) stay. From the welcoming check in where we were offered a map of things to do around the city as well as personal restaurant recommendations to the complimentary wine and cheese hour with a super friendly bartender holiday decorations and of course the cozy breakfast in the morning with warmed coffee mugs and fresh pastries every moment was completely delightful. The rooms have high ceilings and unique decorations that feel elegant without being stuffy. Unfortunately it was a little rainy for us but we were able to sit out on our veranda for a glass of wine on the covered porch. The whole stay we felt like we never had to lift a finger. The bags were taken care of, bottles of water everywhere, every question had an answer. I can’t say enough good things about our experience, I would be back in a heartbeat

  • Garima Gautam
    Garima Gautam
    5 months ago

    What an incredible stay here! It’s quiet, luxurious and gorgeous! The rooms are spacious and have all the amenities. The service was so friendly! There’s wine and cheese hour with the stay every evening and also complimentary European breakfast. Would be back

  • Darien Dearth
    Darien Dearth
    6 months ago

    Over priced for what it was, lacked fine details. I only went to the restaurant and did not stay in the hotel. Property was beautiful. Parking was not directly on site and was difficult to find as it was dark and we are from out of town. The food itself was very technical and made well, however much more of it was raw and jellied than I was expecting. It didn't feel like a comforting meal it was more akin to fear factor. It all LOOKED very very pretty though and I did end up enjoying about 3 of the dishes (3 individual plates not full courses). When I booked the reservation it said service was included, which I took to mean tipping was discouraged which I have found before in more expensive restaurants. I was incorrect and there was still a tip requested on the check, which is fine, but annoying that I wasn't expecting it. We each got a single drink and no other upgrades. It was over 200 per person after tip. The server dropped our menus, was wearing jeans, and had (not well kept) unmanicured fingernails. There was a single bathroom for everyone upstairs the size of a closet and poorly marked. Everyone was very nice, I just feel like it should have been higher quality for the price point.

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