Stretching from picturesque Waterfront Park all the way to Colonial Lake in Harleston Village, Queen Street intersects some of the most iconic streets in Charleston, a beautiful and beloved connector to the best of everything in downtown Charleston. Whether it’s shopping on King Street, exploring restaurants on East Bay Street, or prowling around the antique stores and art galleries of the French Quarter, it’s all just a short, beautiful walk.  Queen Street itself is home to some of the areas most popular restaurants and is a part of the city’s theater district. There’s no better way to experience all that this part of historic, downtown Charleston has to offer than with a stay at The Queen’s Studio, where you’re surrounded by the best of the Holy City.

Nestled in the heart of Charleston’s French Quarter, this cozy, modern studio is perfect for anyone looking for an authentic Charleston experience. In a historic building (c.1806),  the home boasts beautiful, aged hardwood floors and high ceilings, common for the period. Reflecting the French influences of the area, the charming French doors step out onto a Juliet balcony and offer charming courtyard and steeple views, perfect for enjoying a morning cup of coffee or an evening glass of wine.

This charming rental, with a minimum stay of 30+ nights or longer, comes complete with all the essentials for a worry-free stay in Charleston. The kitchenette, appointed with a mini-fridge, compact oven, and 2-burner stovetop, includes everything you need to prepare meals at home when you’re not out exploring all of Charleston’s culinary delicacies. A cozy nook offers comfortable seating and room to relax and a loveseat that cleverly converts to a Murphy bed complete with luxury linens for a comfortable night’s sleep. Wake up refreshed and ready to explore the city!

From The Queen’s Studio, Charleston’s renowned culinary scene waits just a short stroll down the street. You could even “eat your way” through Queen Street – walk to brunch at Poogan’s Porch, have a Southern lunch at Husk, enjoy an upscale dinner at 82 Queen, or grab a casual bite at the popular Queen Street Grocery, all conveniently  located along Queen Street. Along the way, you’ll find the Footlight Player’s Theater and Mira Winery’s Napa Valley Tasting Room. This doesn’t even begin to include the museums, art galleries, and boutiques that are just steps off Queen Street, as well as the breathtaking glimpses of the gardens and courtyards tucked behind ironwork gates, some designed by famed blacksmith Philip Simmons.

This “royal escape” truly does offer the best of downtown Charleston, where you can experience the city like a local. Watch the carriage tours pass by, walk down the cobbled streets, and take in all of the history throughout the French Quarter. Start planning your long-term stay at The Queen’s Studio today!