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Here’s a look at Easter Charleston 2023 featuring special offerings by restaurants and businesses.
On Saturday, March 4th, Hotel Bennett will host a Champagne Breakfast with Dom Ruinart and Tahiirah Habibi, Founder & CEO of The Hue Society. The event, which runs from 11 am to 1 pm, will celebrate the arrival of Vintage 2010.
Charleston, a port city in South Carolina founded in 1670, is known for its magnificent French Quarter and Battery neighborhoods, as well as their cobblestone walkways, horse-drawn carriages, and pastel antebellum homes.
Charleston is one of the most cheerful, inviting cities in the country. The streets are highly walkable and lined with grand architecture and mansions – some dating back to the earliest years of this country. Situated right on the water, there are beautiful views nearly everywhere around the city
Here is a lineup of exquisite accommodations that mix the city’s iconic history with high-end, modern perks.
Charleston is a foodie mecca for southern cooking. Book an outdoor table in the beautiful cobblestone courtyard at 82 Queen, and order the Fried Green Tomato appetizer and Lowcountry Seafood Gumbo. If you’re visiting on the weekend, make a reservation for afternoon tea at Camellias at Hotel Bennett. Camellias is a fancy-schmancy champagne and caviar bar by night and a formal tea parlor (by reservation only) on weekend afternoons. And for someplace more modern and trendy, head back over to King Street for lunch at 167 Raw. Ask for a table in the outdoor courtyard, order a couple margaritas, and split a platter of fresh oysters on ice.
A hotel in South Carolina was named one of the most romantic in the country, joining a list of top-notch places in dreamy locations like New England and Hawaii.
This Valentine’s Day, whether you’re looking to get cozy in front of a fireplace or dance the night away, we’ve gathered some of the most romantic hotels to bring out the lover in you — and your boo!