Reports of Bed Bugs in Charleston Hotels

Reports of bed bugs in Charleston, and the rest of United States are increasing. We are currently monitoring the internet for reports of bed bugs in Charleston hotels to help you identify which Charleston hotels have bedbugs. Each Charleston hotel has at least one mention of bedbugs in the last 12 months. Please take into account that individual reports of bedbugs in Charleston hotels have not been confirmed by an independent third party. Below is the bed bugs hotel list for the city of Charleston.

Charleston Hotels with Bed Bugs

  • Comfort Inn Charleston 1 report
  • La Quinta Inn & Suites Charleston Riverview 1 report
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston - Historic District 1 report
  • Best Western King Charles Inn 1 report
  • Sleep Inn Charleston 1 report
  • Charleston Marriott 3 reports
  • Charleston - Days Inn Historic District 2 reports
  • Days Inn Charleston - Airport Coliseum 1 report

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We bring you up to the minute information and reports about bed bug incidents in Charleston hotels & motels from all over the web. If you had any recent bed bug encounters, please share it with the rest of raveable community by submitting a bed bug report.

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Comfort Inn Charleston
Comfort Inn Charleston

144 Bee Street, Charleston, 29401 SC
1 recent bed bug report
My family and I stayed here for 4 nights and by the 2nd night I started noticing little bug bites on my foot. By the ...

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La Quinta Inn & Suites Charleston Riverview
La Quinta Inn & Suites Charleston Riverview

11 Ashley Pointe Drive, Charleston, 29407 SC
1 recent bed bug report
We booked a room here on May 11th 2012. Found a bedbug in our bed, captured it and took it to the front desk. They di...

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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston - Historic District
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston - Historic District

181 Church Street, Charleston, 29401 SC
1 recent bed bug report

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Best Western King Charles Inn
Best Western King Charles Inn

237 Meeting Street, Charleston, 29401 SC
1 recent bed bug report
I dreamed that I was being attacked by bugs that crawl under your skin. When I woke up, I was itching. My husband sai...

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Sleep Inn Charleston
Sleep Inn Charleston

1524 Savannah Highway, Charleston, 29407 SC
1 recent bed bug report
My wife and I attempted to stay at this Sleep Inn on Thursday, January 19, 2012 in Room 112. While relaxing on the be...

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Charleston Marriott
Charleston Marriott

170 Lockwood Boulevard, Charleston, 29403 SC
3 recent bed bug reports
Was a guest on 8th floor recently. Did not have any issues during my stay but did not check for bed bugs (which I wil...
Stayed in room 320 for 3 nites. I had bites the first and second morning! I never saw the bed bugs but I definitely h...

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Charleston - Days Inn Historic District
Charleston - Days Inn Historic District

155 Meeting Street, Charleston, 29401 SC
2 recent bed bug reports
I stayed at this hotel on the weekend of October 5th and returned home with welts all over my arms and back. My frien...
My wife and I stayed in this hotel from 9-16-11 to 9-19-11. My wife and I both work up on the morning of 9-16 covered...

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Days Inn Charleston - Airport Coliseum
Days Inn Charleston - Airport Coliseum

2998 W Montague Ave, North Charleston, 29418 SC
1 recent bed bug report

“The two of us entered the room and this is what happened: within 30 seconds we noticed it was a old, dirty room, we found ants in the bathroom, a dead coachroach on the carpet and a small bug (bedbug) on the nightstand. ”  


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Learn more about Bed Bugs


  • How to check for bed bugs in a hotel room?
  • How to keep bed bugs from spreading?
  • How to prevent bed bugs from infecting your luggage?
  • How to treat bed bug bites?
  • Using a hair dryer to check a hotel room for bed bugs
  • What does a bed bug rash look like?

How to check a hotel room for bed bugs?


There are 3 main areas of a hotel room you should inspect for bed bugs. It is a good idea to bring a small, bright flashlight with you to aid in your inspection.

  • The primary spot to find them is in and around the bed. Even unseen, they can leave tiny reddish or black streaks on sheets. Take off the bedding and inspect anywhere there are niches and crevices in the bed and headboard.
  • If possible, remove the headboard and check where it mounts from. Look at the baseboard and any other crevice a bed bug can hide in.
  • A favorite hiding place is the box-spring so lift the mattress and check the corners and seams. Remember, if you find one bedbug, beware, as there are probably many more. A female bed bug lays up to 500 hundreds eggs in its lifetime.

What does a bed bug look like?


Bed bugs are little mites that are hard to see with a naked eye. They tend to be dark brown in color, and oval in shape. Sometimes, however, they can appear red after they have fed on a meal of a host's blood. See pictures below; click to enlarge.

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