About Us

overhead view of people having a party on the outdoor terrace outside the hotel next to the fountain

A Historic Downtown Charleston Hotel

Initially built in 1853, The Mills House Wyndham Grand - otherwise known as “The Pink Hotel” - is an astounding testament to the history of Charleston. Southern charm and vintage elegance shine through the sun-soaked courtyards and terraces, while grand iron archways guide you to a sleepy respite among breathtaking South Carolina blooms. Book your stay and experience the blush Charleston beauty that’s been cherished across centuries.

A Grand History

Since it opened in the mid-19th century, The Mills House Hotel - named for and built by local grain merchant Otis Mills - has seen a myriad of significant historical events. The hotel miraculously survived the city’s destruction during the Civil War. Additionally, President Theodore Roosevelt stayed here in 1902 during a visit to Charleston. Although it was demolished and replicated in 1968, key elements from the original building - including the ironwork and cornices - were preserved, and remain a part of the hotel’s architecture to this very day.