After a long day, nothing beats a vodka martini in the Living Room at the midcentury-styled Dewberry hotel smack on wonderful Marion Square.
The owners of The Dewberry went to great lengths to revitalize and preserve this centrally located Federal Building, and no detail has been overlooked. Take particular note of The Urban Electric Co. lighting (bench-made in North Charleston) in the aptly named Living Room, the figure studies in the bathrooms and ballrooms by Charleston artist Douglas Ballentine, and the hallways lined with wallpaper commissioned by local taxidermist Becca Barnett. The rooftop bar is the perfect way to end the day complete with a Lowcountry sunset and panoramic views of the Cooper River.
Make a reservation for the Dewberry hotel’s Citrus Club rooftop bar for a sunset cocktail paired with amazing views. While there, pop into Garden & Gun’s Fieldshop and discover unique Southern finds.
I visit Charleston often and The Dewberry is the chicest place to stay downtown. There’s a sexy lobby bar, a fun rooftop restaurant, and the rooms are divine.
If you prefer to stay downtown, I love the Dewberry Hotel for its clean luxury and beautiful design. The bar is chic and the shop downstairs always features special pop-ups and works from local artists. The rooftop bar, The Citrus Club, gives the best views in the city!
I love this glam hotel with its many amazing decor elements. I especially love the hotel’s Fieldshop by Garden & Gun which has some wonderful one-of-a-kind finds.
A mid-century landmark celebrates Charleston's quintessential style. Experience America’s favorite city through the lens of John Dewberry. At The Dewberry, sincerity outshines obligation and every element is specifically designed to deliver luxury, warmth and a nod to old Charleston. Secret-recipe limewash. Decorative hand-crafted metalworks. Period furnishings. Thought-provoking works of art. Every square inch of The Dewberry reflects a tight-knit collaboration between preservationists, designers, architects, artists and artisans over the course of eight years.