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A MID-CENTURY LANDMARK CELEBRATES CHARLESTON’S QUINTESSENTIAL STYLE
Experience America’s favorite city through the lens of John Dewberry, preservationist and proud Charlestonian. At The Dewberry, sincerity outshines obligation and every element is specifically designed to deliver luxury, warmth and a nod to old Charleston.Overlooking leafy Marion Square, this posh hotel in former federal building is a 3-minute walk from the Charleston Museum and 13 minutes’ walk from the South Carolina Aquarium.
There’s an upscale brasserie, and a chic cocktail bar and tearoom, plus a sleek bar featuring a rooftop terrace. Other amenities include a spa, a gym and open-air fitness classes.
From the Blue Ridge Mountains in the west to the Atlantic Ocean in the east, South Carolina offers as much variety in its terrain as it does in its attractions and activities. The state is divided into three regions. The upstate, anchored by the growing city of Greenville, is popular for outdoor activities and quaint mountain towns. The Midlands (Piedmont) region is home to the state capital of Columbia, famously known for its year-round summer climate. South Carolina’s coast encompasses historical gems like Charleston and Fort Sumter, as well as golf and beach havens like Hilton Head Island and Myrtle Beach.
Picturesque views and fun in the sun in four states!