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Planned Charleston hotel chain features stripper poles and burlesque shows, invites guests to "play naughty"

Historic Charleston Walls! Stripper Poles?

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It's not Hell, it's the Lucifer suite at the Saint Hotel New Orleans - COURTESY SAINT HOTELS
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  • It's not Hell, it's the Lucifer suite at the Saint Hotel New Orleans
If you want the chance for your next hotel stay in downtown Charleston to include in-room pole dancing, burlesque shows, and crystal clear glass-walled bathrooms, East Bay Street's planned Saint Hotel, whose other locations include those very features, may be just for you.

With full-on Paris Hilton-meets-Criss Angel vibes, the Saint Hotel chain offers guests "a luxurious collection of top of the line hotel destinations." The Saint flagship is located in New Orleans (pictured above), with another location in Key West.

In 2020, the Holy City will complete the trinity with our very own Saint Hotel.

No details on exactly what features will be in the new Charleston hotel, but check the slideshow below for photos from their Key West and New Orleans locations.
Saint Hotel Charleston rendering - COURTESY SAINT HOTELS
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  • Saint Hotel Charleston rendering
Built atop the old Charleston Cooks! site across from High Cotton, the boutique hotel will have 45 rooms available for between $350-$400 a night, 30 valet spaces, a rooftop suite, and a plexiglass-encased historic wall, circa 1700.



During construction, Saint Hotel owner and developer D. Mark Wyant worked with Charleston's Walled City Task Force to excavate the historic site. The old wall will be on display for guest as they return to the hotel to ... play naughty.

Each room will feature "amazing views of the Historic District and beyond" in addition to, some, well, other features.

Charleston's Saint is still under construction, but this week we got a peek at a few interior photos from their NOLA and Key West hotels. We'll let you figure out which one is the "Lucifer" room and which is the "Christopher" suite.

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