One Center Street, Folly Beach, SC 29439
843.588.6464 or 1.877.49.TIDES

Tides Folly Beach is only nine miles from historic, downtown Charleston.
Our newly renovated hotel sits on the region’s most beautiful beach and offers all the amenities and Southern hospitality you desire.
As Charleston’s Only Full-Service Oceanfront Hotel, Tides features 132 oceanfront guest rooms and our restaurant, Blu. Perched at the “Edge of America” directly on Folly Beach, Blu combines spectacular views with a menu dominated by sustainable seafood, regional flavors, and local ingredients.
The hotel features over 4000 square feet of meeting space, much of it oceanfront offering flexible alternatives for business and social events.

Amenities include: heated pool, complimentary Wi-Fi, mini-fridges and hairdryers. Amenities Hosts of amenities including:

  • Micro-fridges
  • Irons/Ironing boards
  • Hairdryers
  • WI-FI
  • Full service restaurant & lounge
  • Banquet and meeting facilities
  • Heated ocean front pool
  • Free parking
  • The Tides is also Dog-Friendly!

Cute, Calm & Peaceful
“First time visitor to Folly Beach–loved it! Quiet and peaceful with many trees left on island.”
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Peaceful & Beautiful
“This was my families first time at the ocean and I will never forget the look of joy on my youngest daughter’s face the moment the waves first came up on her feet. The beach was not over crowded, was clean, and was great for relaxing, swimming, and collecting seashells. There is a long pier for fishing off of and it is a beautiful sight at night. The town atmosphere was a nice mix between relaxing and having a good time and can work for the over 21 crowd as well as for families with small kids. There are plenty of great food stops and cute shops.”
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Fantastic & Peaceful
“This beach is very relaxing and a great place to chill out. We saw several dolphins and enjoyed walking on the fishing pier. I would consider staying on the beach here next time we are in Charleston instead of downtown.”
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