The Dewberry Hotel

This hotel is neither too old not too modern, but it will still be regarded as a modern luxury stone in midtown Charleston. The hotel is sat as “Southern re imagined”, with amazing attention to decor and design. The Dewberry has totally changed a shutdown federal office building into a modernized luxe 155-room hotel with stunning service.

The Dewberry is quite tall and hence overlooks ideally located Marion Square, the plae of multiple Charleston’s festivals and events. Those events include the Saturday Farmers’ Market. King Street’s shops, galleries and restaurants are not too far away, as short walks can take you there.

Same is the case with Square, as is with the College of Charleston. The South Carolina Aquarium and waterfront attractions are less than a mile’s walk to the east of the Dewberry. Also, there are beaches to the east of the hotel which are a 25-minute drive.

Adding to that, multiple downtown places, like the Battery, are one to two miles away, which can be easily reached via bike or trolley.

Founder John Dewberry put in eight years with modelers and architects to remodel this block and marble building, initially authorized by President Kennedy and opened as government workplaces in 1963.

A crisp differentiation to Charleston’s before the war atmosphere, the Dewberry elegantly praises the sly forms of mid-century current outline. Mindful administration, from excited stewards to a talented, charming barkeep mixing great mixed drinks from the centerpiece metal bar, is de rigeur at The Dewberry.

The hotel’s marble-amazed entryway and Living Room are welcoming and refined, with flexible seating that can feel private and comfortable, or doable for a business or social meeting. The Dewberry Spa highlights cypress framed treatment rooms and mark body medications utilizing local plant and ocean separates.

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