06 / 28 / 2019
06 / 28 / 2019 | Forbes Travel Guide
The journey to relaxation begins with a lavender-infused effervescent cocktail to help you decompress before indulging in a floral-inspired treatment.
06 / 24 / 2019 | The Post & Courier
A Charleston architecture board is getting its first look this week at a new block-long development that would include one of the largest hotels on the peninsula.
06 / 20 / 2019 | Jacksonville Magazine
The beachy vacation town of Destin is situated along a part of Florida’s Gulf commonly referred to as the Emerald Coast. Walking along its powdery white sands and swimming in the clear blue waters, it’s easy to see from where the slogan comes. Open since late 2016, the 170-room Henderson Beach & Spa Resort is the region’s newest gleaming jewel.
06 / 19 / 2019 | Medium
Stay at the Hotel Bennett — This newly opened luxury hotel in the former Charleston County Library — overlooking the city’s historic Marion Square — is named for the city’s Bennett family and combines European flair with Southern hospitality.
06 / 17 / 2019 | The Spa Insider
Offering two outdoor swimming pool options, the resort houses a glistening family-friendly pool complete with a lazy river and a quaint adults-only pool for guests looking for tranquil relaxation.
06 / 10 / 2019 | Food & Wine
Then there’s Michael Sichel, the executive chef in charge of the . He’s so against freezing ingredients – both at work and in his home – he’s converted nearly all of his freezers to refrigerators.
06 / 09 / 2019 | The Post & Courier
At least three of the newest hotels on the Charleston peninsula — Hotel Bennett, The Dewberry and The Spectator — are all independently branded properties.
06 / 06 / 2019 | Hotel Interactive
The buying plans at Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor, FL, have not changed much over the years, according to Rich Astle, the resort’s merchandise manager and buyer, but apparel brands change slightly each season.
06 / 03 / 2019 | Conde Nast Traveler
Take a weekend-long road trip between two of the South's most charming cities, stopping at roadside cherry cider stands, several war relics, and lots of notable restaurants (don't miss The Ordinary in Charleston, an exceptional oyster and seafood hall from James Beard winner Mike Lata.