A proud part of downtown Charleston, Fulton Lane Inn is nestled in a quiet corner of the city's renowned King Street. Just steps from the antique and shopping districts, acclaimed restaurants, and historic waterfront homes, Fulton Lane Inn serves up the very best of Charleston - in the most relaxing and friendly way.
"We were spending a weekend in Charleston and searched various hotels in the heart of the historic district, when we happened upon the Fulton Lane Inn. It is tucked away off an alley and is delightful. The staff was very friendly and helpful."
"We absolutely loved our stay at the Fulton Lane Inn. Your staff made our honeymoon in Charleston very special and memorable. When my husband and I come back to Charleston, we will definitely stay at the Fulton Lane Inn."
As a family-owned historic hotel, we love to cater to families. Our two-room suites are perfect for kids and grandparents alike. Find out what makes Charleston one of the most family-friendly cities, around. From playing in the waterfont park fountain to taking in the amazing sea life at the aquarium to hitting the sand and surf of nearby beaches, you'll find there's something for everyone!
The Fulton Lane Inn has earned a place in the heart of romantic travelers around the world. Our tucked away location and cozy rooms with romantic touches like two-person whirlpool tubs and fireplaces will leave a beautiful, indelible mark on your heart. Whether you're seeking a romantic Charleston getaway, an anniversary celebration destination or a uniquely beautiful honeymoon suite, you have found the perfect inn.
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Groups love the Fulton Lane Inn for its relaxed comfort, privacy and proximity to renowned restaurants and exciting nightlife. A refreshing alternative to larger, corporate hotels, Fulton Lane Inn embraces groups like family members with warm service and true Southern hospitality.
In 1889, this three-story building with the elaborate façade of red brick and sandstone was built for the YMCA. Originally, the first floor was home to an indoor swimming pool while the second and third floors were full of rooms rented to members and their guests.
The three-story building of pressed brick, granite trim, and yellow brick façade was built in 1912 for a Civil War blockade runner turned tailor, John Rugheimer & Sons. A native of Germany, Rugheimer founded the business in 1864, after suffering an injury while blockade running for the Confederacy barred him from sea duty.
After serving many years as apartments, the buildings underwent a complete renovation from 1992 - 1994. Modern baths and modern conveniences were added while maintaining the original historical features. In 2008, all of the buildings were connected by interior hallways to create the 45-room Fulton Lane Inn.