A 32-room section of the historic Andrew Pinckney Inn overlooking Charleston’s City Market will be closed until sometime in February for renovations.
The redesign will include a lighter paint scheme in the rooms and restyling bathrooms with hand-laid, floor-to-ceiling Italian porcelain tile showers, granite countertops, new fixtures and spa-quality amenities.
Guest accommodations will remain open in the 40 Pinckney St. building. The circa 1840 boutique hotel is managed by Charlestowne Hotels.
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