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Zero George Street

0 George Street
Charleston, SC 29401
Nightly Rates: ($566.10 - $629.00)
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Zero George embodies the authenticity that defines Charleston. Designed with the sophisticated traveler in mind- our premier boutique hotel is a blend of historic architecture- innovative bathrooms- and casually elegant guestrooms and suites with adjoining open-air furnished piazzas. Set in a private landscaped courtyard enclave- our hotel is a collection of five restored historic residential buildings- with accommodations featuring contemporary decor and furnishings. Our professional staff can provide personal concierge services to arrange the details of your visit. Nestled in the Ansonborough district- and surrounded by historically significant homes and century old oaks- Zero George is within walking distance to the Battery- East Bay Street restaurants- bars and boutique shops. Our hotel is located three blocks from the City Market and across from Liberty Square - SC Aquarium- and new Gaillard Performing Arts Center.

Check In:  4:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  American Dollars
Number of floors:  3
Number of rooms:  18
Number of suites:  5
Time zone:  GMT

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Room Info:

Standard: Air conditioning, Alarm clock, AM/FM radio, Cable television, Coffee/Tea maker, Color television, Connecting rooms, Copier, Cordless phone, Direct dial phone number, Fire alarm, Free movies/video, Hairdryer, High speed internet connection, Iron, Ironing board, Minibar, Newspaper, Non-smoking, Remote control television, Shower only, Smoke detectors, Wireless internet connection, Air conditioning individually controlled in room, Extra person charge for rollaway use, Self-controlled heating/cooling system, Extra adult charge, Extra child charge, Single bed, Maid service, High speed internet access fee, High speed wireless
Standard: Air conditioning, Alarm clock, AM/FM radio, Cable television, Coffee/Tea maker, Color television, Connecting rooms, Copier, Cordless phone, Direct dial phone number, Fire alarm, Free movies/video, Hairdryer, High speed internet connection, Iron, Ironing board, Minibar, Newspaper, Non-smoking, Remote control television, Shower only, Smoke detectors, Wireless internet connection, Air conditioning individually controlled in room, Extra person charge for rollaway use, Self-controlled heating/cooling system, Extra adult charge, Extra child charge, Single bed, Maid service, High speed internet access fee, High speed wireless
Suite: Air conditioning, Alarm clock, AM/FM radio, Cable television, Coffee/Tea maker, Color television, Connecting rooms, Copier, Cordless phone, Direct dial phone number, Fire alarm, Free movies/video, Hairdryer, High speed internet connection, Iron, Ironing board, Minibar, Newspaper, Non-smoking, Remote control television, Shower only, Smoke detectors, Wireless internet connection, Air conditioning individually controlled in room, Extra person charge for rollaway use, Self-controlled heating/cooling system, Extra adult charge, Extra child charge, Single bed, Maid service, High speed internet access fee, High speed wireless
Suite: Air conditioning, Alarm clock, AM/FM radio, Cable television, Coffee/Tea maker, Color television, Connecting rooms, Copier, Cordless phone, Direct dial phone number, Fire alarm, Free movies/video, Hairdryer, High speed internet connection, Iron, Ironing board, Minibar, Newspaper, Non-smoking, Remote control television, Shower only, Smoke detectors, Wireless internet connection, Air conditioning individually controlled in room, Extra person charge for rollaway use, Self-controlled heating/cooling system, Extra adult charge, Extra child charge, Single bed, Maid service, High speed internet access fee, High speed wireless
the anson king features a king bed: TV
the anson suite features a king bed: TV
a veranda king guest room features a king bed: TV
a veranda queen guest room features a queen bed: TV
suite style: TV

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Hotel Amenities:

(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

  • 24-hour front desk
  • Catering services
  • Concierge floor
  • Express check-in
  • Front desk
  • Heated guest rooms
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Laundry/Valet service
  • Non-smoking rooms (generic)
  • Parking fee managed by hotel
  • Restaurant
  • Secured parking
  • Valet parking
  • Adjoining rooms
  • Coffee shop
  • Conference facilities
  • Express check-out
  • Full service housekeeping
  • High speed internet access
  • Interior corridors
  • Lobby coffee service
  • On-Site parking
  • Phone services
  • Room service
  • Security
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas
  • Air conditioning
  • Complimentary buffet breakfast
  • Courtyard
  • Fire safety compliant
  • Hair dryer
  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
  • Internet services
  • Lounges/bars
  • Outdoor parking
  • Photocopy center
  • Room service - limited hours
  • Toilet
  • Buffet breakfast
  • Complimentary in-room coffee or tea
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Florist
  • Handicap rooms
  • Hot breakfast
  • Ironing board
  • Meeting rooms
  • Parking
  • Public area air conditioned
  • Room service - limited menu
  • Valet cleaning

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Location Description:
Nestled in the Ansonborough district and surrounded by historically significant homes and century old oaks- Zero George is within walking distance to the Battery- East Bay Street restaurants- bars and boutique shops. Our hotel is located three blocks from the City Market- and across from Liberty Square - SC Aquarium- and new Gaillard Performing Arts Center.
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Folly Beach Fishing PierThe Edwin S. Taylor Folly Beach Fishing Pier stretches 1045 feet into the Atlantic Ocean. The second longest on the east coast the pier offers not only great saltwater fishing and spectacular views but also tournaments special events and dining.

Fort Sumter National MonumentOpen daily except New Years Day Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Hours vary according to the season. Concessionaire ferries depart from Liberty Square in Charleston and from Patriots Point in Mt. Pleasant.

Fort Sumter ToursStops at Fort Sumter National Monument where the Civil War began. Cruise to the island fort while you enjoy breathtaking views of Charleston and her Harbor. Depart from the Visitor Education Facility at Liberty Square downtown and from Patriots Point

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Historic Market - Old City MarketOpen M-Su. one of the nations oldest public markets -circa 1804- this beloved attraction completed a three-year USD5.5 million renovation in June 2011. Shop for authentic Lowcountry souvenirs and hear the lilting dialect of Gullah ladies.

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Bank of America

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Boeing

City of North Charleston

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Joint Base Charleston

Kiawah Island Golf Resort

Medial University of S.C.

NCO Group

Nucor Steel

Roper Hospital

Roper St. Francis Healthcare

SAIC

South Carolina State Ports Authority

The Citadel

Town of Mt Pleasant

Trident Health System

Trident Technical College

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Kiawah Beachwalker ParkLocated on beautiful Kiawah Island Beachwalker Park offers the islands only public beach access including ocean frontage and a river view. Lifeguards on duty seasonally. Dogs must be leashed at all times. Operating hours vary seasonally.

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Charleston AFB/Intl Airport

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