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12/10/21

Charleston Place Buyer Now a Partner in Waterfront Hotel Project Downtown

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The hotel that I remember so well from my childhood recently changed hands, so we stopped by for an updated tour to learn about what’s to come, check out what has already been done, and join in on the excitement during this time of transition.

Located at 205 Meeting St. in the heart of downtown Charleston, The Charleston Place recently transitioned to new, local ownership by Beemok Hospitality Group on March 1. While the hotel has plans for $100+ million in updates and renovations over the next few years, it has already begun to initiate change to focus on community — working to situate itself as “Charleston’s living room.”

The hotel will undergo multi-million dollar renovations by Pierre-Yves Rochon, Cooper Carry, and LS3P, in addition to a refresh of the lobby and other amenities with Courtney Bishop Design. Take a look at the full plans and book your stay ($425+/night) to check it out for yourself.

The March sculpture welcomes you into the lobby. | Photo provided

What not to miss:

When we walked in, we were greeted by a gorgeous, large-scale sculpture of two hands cradling a life-size tree beneath the chandelier in the lobby. Seriously, you can’t miss it.

Upon taking a closer look, we saw that the sculpture invited guests to share their favorite memory of The Charleston Place on paper leaves, which would be hung on the tree or placed within the hands. As the month goes on, guests will watch the tree grow with fond memories and stories to pass on. We couldn’t think of a better way to signify growth + transition.

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"When we walked in, we were greeted by a gorgeous, large-scale sculpture of two hands cradling a life-size tree beneath the chandelier in the lobby. Seriously, you can’t miss it."

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