Expansive new suite now available at the Restoration On King

Image by Provided A peek inside Restoration On King's newly renovated Suite 201

Positioned on the corner of one of Charleston’s most famous streets, the Restoration on King offers a prime location for enjoying the charm and treasures of this historic city.

Rounding off the award-winning hotel’s design is the recently renovated Suite 201, which officially premieres this month.

The ROK’s largest suite, newly restored after a six-month renovation, is a rarity in Charleston – this two-bedroom, two-story space, featuring nearly 1,600 square feet of interior space, is more like a private townhouse than a hotel suite. Custom touches include exposed brick throughout, and in the bathroom upstairs, exposed beams, a windowed vanity and a glass-walled shower. The 300-square-foot private balcony offers two private and separate seating areas – one facing the courtyard and the other facing Wentworth Street. The suite itself is also completely private, offering its own entrance to guests. Neil Stevenson Architects, acclaimed Charleston architectural firm, designed the spacious unit and M Design’s Sara Melancon outfitted the interior space.


“Wow, is all I can say about the latest two-bedroom addition to the Restoration on King. From my own private covered porch overlooking Wentworth Street to my glass wall shower in the master bedroom, the experience of staying in Suite 201 exceeded my expectations. My wife and kids instantly felt at home and did not want to leave. We will be back soon,” said J.R. Anderson, Suite 201's first guest.

Surrounded by upscale shops, fine restaurants and the antique district, the intricately restored boutique property combines the service and comfort of a four-star hotel with the luxurious amenities of a fully furnished apartment, such as washer/dryer and a fully operating kitchen.




It looks really nice, by a

It looks really nice, by a simple glimpse at it you already have a relaxing feel. Very interesting place, for sure it was designed by luxury interior decorators since you don't see this kind of interior everywhere. As a hotel suit strategy it seems to work just fine, people want to feel great for what they are paying, so responding to that is a challenge for all the hotel owners out there.