Pete and I have just returned from our visit to Charleston, South Carolina. While I’ve been once before (blog post HERE), this was Pete’s first time. We were invited to stay at The Beach Club: Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina and are giving you the details of the property. It’s located on Mount Pleasant, giving you a stunning view of Charleston and the Charleston harbor.
This blog post will be dedicated to our stay at The Beach Club: Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina. I know what you’re thinking… where did we eat, shop and what did we do. There will be a separate blog post with all of those details next week. This is sort of like a two-part series. I’ve never explored Mount Pleasant or Sullivan’s Island and this gave us a chance to do just that. The advantage of staying at this beautiful resort is its family friendly with lots to do including pools, beach area with activities, a fabulous restaurant and bars on property as well as stunning views. Not to mention that you are right next to the USS Yorktown at Patriots Point! I highly encourage buying and admission ticket to this amazing Naval & Maritime Museum. It’s home to the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier, USS Laffey destroyer, and USS Clamagore submarine, as well as a Vietnam Experience Exhibit, the National Medal of Honor Museum, and various aircraft.
Amenities to this spectacular resort include a private beach, tropical pools, the harbor marina and marina store, the Estuary Spa, The Fish House restaurant and much more. It was a short 20 minute ride from the airport to The Beach Club. We used Uber as our transportation for this entire trip. Due to the pandemic, it takes a little longer to get an Uber so be mindful of that when planning. Additionally, we figured out that there are no rental cars and if you can find one, its about $170 per day. Again, this is due to Covid-19. Just a ‘heads up’ before you travel.
We had a lovely dinner at The Fish House and sat outside on the screened-in porch. That’s how we had the stunning sunset dinner view overlooking the harbor. Be sure to pop in to the Bridge Bar or the Reel Bar for cocktails. Sometimes, they have live music. There’s also a Beach Club Tiki Bar.
Since we explored Charleston and did so much walking, I was so glad that the large guest rooms had a bathtub in addition to a shower. I definitely needed to soak! The rooms are all decorated in a coastal palette and offer oversized balconies. The bed and bedding takes luxury to a whole new level. We were on the top floor and enjoyed a stunning sunset each evening. That’s also where we would sit and enjoy our morning coffee. In fact, it’s a very active harbor so you can watch lots of ships go by. The Estuary Spa was the perfect spot for our couples massage. I always try to book spa services onsite when a resort offers them. It’s such a great way to unwind and relax!
I always look at things as an empty nester when I travel and this resort met all of our needs. But it would also be a fantastic spot for a family vacation with children of all ages. Just look at the pictures of the beautiful lobby and front entrance. Glorious!
We highly recommend this resort and hope to visit it again. Click HERE to book your stay. You won’t regret it.
xoxo – Tanya
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Thank you to The Beach Club: Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina for the gifted stay. All opinions are my own.Tags: beach vacation, Charleston, The Beach Club: Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina