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Historical Hotspot

Located in the historic heart of downtown Charleston, Belmond Charleston Place Hotel is an oasis in the middle of the city. Guests can enjoy a range of activities, from a relaxing day at The Spa to joining a historic architecture tour through the city to perusing The Shops located on the ground floor of the hotel. The hotel opened a new, upscale pub called Meeting at Market last year, and its Thoroughbred Club remains a classic choice for cocktails and live jazz for locals and visitors alike. The acclaimed Forbes Four-Star Charleston Grill features local cuisine reimagined and is divided into four categories—Pure, Lush, Southern and Cosmopolitan. The hotel’s Club Level accommodations are the crown jewel of the property – a two-floor collection of newly renovated rooms and suites that enjoy private elevator access and check-in, and an impressive all-day food and beverage service that includes breakfast, afternoon tea service, evening hors d’oeuvres, and full bar selection.


Low Country Delights

Circa 1886 Restaurant is located on the grounds of the historic Wentworth Mansion. Chef Marc Collins draws inspiration from many cuisines around the world to create a menu that is truly unique to Charleston's fine dining restaurant scene. Drawing inspiration from historic Southern dishes and always highlighting what is local and in season, Chef Collins puts a healthful, distinctive spin on classic Lowcountry dishes. The result is satisfying dishes that retain their bright, bold flavors without the large amounts of fat found in many restaurant dishes. From Plantation Rice Bread Rolls made in house daily, to the selection of local fresh seafood, to Pastry Chef Lovorn's incredible desserts, Circa 1886 promises one of the best restaurant experiences in Charleston.



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