Affectionately known as "a love letter to South Carolina’s capital city," Hotel Trundle is like taking a step back in time. From it's eclectic 1920's Art Deco styling, this 41-room jewel in the heart of downtown Columbia is a masterpiece created by local artists, craftspeople, and business owners.  Wrapped in color, creativity, and charm, Hotel Trundle is a marriage of three historic buildings: The ROSE TALBERT BUILDING was one of Columbia’s first mixed-use developments, with first floor office space and apartments above. It was also to the home to Rose-Talbert Paints for over four decades. The POWELL FURNITURE BUILDING has had a number of occupants and owners over the last nearly 100 years, including the Knights of Columbus, Kirby Electric Service Co., Sears Roebuck, and Jenkins Auto Parts. Lastly, what is now the main entrance of Hotel Trundle, the WESTERN AUTO BUILDING appears very much as it did in the 1940's.

Showcasing exposed brick, stamped tin ceiling tiles, deep moldings, and custom wood trim, no two rooms look alike and offer it's guest a truly unique experience. From the artwork, to the furnishings, food and drink, and experience packages, Hotel Trundle is 100% local, featuring the best of South Carolina. Step out of the front entrance and you are immediately enveloped by Main Street's Historic District and it's ever changing sights and scenes. From farmer's markets, food and drink festivals, concerts, nightlife, and sports arenas, you are always within walking distance of your next adventure. 


With Valentine's Day only one week away, could you think of a more romantic, relaxing, and entertaining experience than a night (or two) bathed in the luxury and leisure of this historic hostel. Much more than a place to rest your head, Hotel Trundle is an experience... on that deserves to be shared.