In the News for Hotel Bennett
02 / 05 / 2019 | Travel & Leisure
Bennett’s family is no stranger to the area — his father shined shoes across from where the hotel now stands during the Great Depression. Today, Bennett Hospitality stands as one of the largest locally owned companies in Charleston.
01 / 30 / 2019 | Architectural Digest
The Hotel Bennett (managed in collaboration with Salamander Hotels & Resorts) just swung open its doors on January 27 to much fanfare. After all, it has been in the works for 25 years.
01 / 30 / 2019 | Yahoo News
South Carolina’s genteel port city has had a host of hotel openings in the past three years, and in January the Hotel Bennett opens with 179 stylish, bright rooms. Overlooking the city’s Marion Square, its rooftop bar is poised to become the best place to go for a sundowner.
01 / 30 / 2019 | Charleston City Paper
On the corner of King and Hutson, a few steps from the main entrance of the hotel with a separate door opening onto King, sits Bennett's equally eye-catching in-house French pastry shop, La Patisserie.
01 / 29 / 2019 | Eater Charleston
New Orleans’ chef Michael Sichel heads up old-world restaurant Gabrielle inside of the newly opened Hotel Bennett.
01 / 29 / 2019 | Conde Nast Traveler
What's happening in the city this month.
01 / 28 / 2019 | Forbes
One of America’s oldest city streets, King was once a dilapidated series of boarded-up storefronts. Today, the street buzzes with boutiques and restaurants, and smack in the middle of it all is The Hotel Bennett.
01 / 27 / 2019 | Post & Courier
Michael Bennett, the owner and founder of Charleston-based Bennett Hospitality — a veritable Lowcountry empire of hotels, restaurants and other properties — has been waiting for this for years. It has to be just right.
01 / 27 / 2019 | Holy City Sinner.com
Overlooking the city’s skyline, the bar draws its name from the Latin phrase for “let there be light.” It opens daily at 11 am to the public and hotel guests, with access from elevators in the hotel’s lobby.
01 / 27 / 2019 | Charleston City Paper
The perfect Sunday treats.