Hotel Bennett Offers "History Meets Luxury" Group Package

Luxury Hotel Opens in Charleston this Fall

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Charleston, SC - Hotel Bennett, the luxury hotel opening later this fall overlooking Charleston’s Marion Square, has announced a special "History Meets Luxury" pre-opening group offer. 

  • Group Rates Starting at $350 | No Resort Fee
  • Plan your meeting by June 30, 2018 and choose from the following enhancements:
    • 3% rebate on the master bill for all charges to master account
    • One complimentary guestroom for every 30 paid room nights
    • One suite upgrade per 30 guestrooms
    • One complimentary signature morning or afternoon break
    • $10 credit to patisserie bakery for each paid group room, per day
    • One roundtrip sedan transfer to Charleston International Airport
    • Complimentary WIFI in event space
    • Complimentary indoor meeting space rental
  • If meeting size per night is:
    • 10-25 rooms, select two enhancements
    • 26-50 rooms, select three enhancements
    • 51-100 rooms, select four enhancements
    • 101+ rooms, select five enhancements

Prominently located at the corner of King Street and Marion Square, Hotel Bennett is owned by Bennett Hospitality and is managed in partnership with Salamander Hotels & Resorts. The 179-room property's design draws on the inspiration of grand European hotels, while the signature restaurant features two stories and sweeping outdoor dining terraces overlooking Marion Square.

The hotel's culinary options will also include Camellias, a stylish bar and lounge featuring reclaimed pink marble from the former Charleston Library for its bar and table tops and an etched-mirrored ceiling. The ninth floor will include a rooftop experience with stunning views of Charleston and is destined to become one of the most iconic hotel bars in America. On King Street, guests and locals can enjoy a patisserie where all of the hotel’s pastries will be freshly baked. Hotel Bennett also features a luxury spa and over 12,000 square feet of grand event and meeting spaces.

 

About Bennett Hospitality

Founded in 1983, Bennett Hospitality is one of the largest locally-owned companies in Charleston, S.C. The company is a multi-faceted, real estate and hotel development company, as well as a hospitality, restaurant, and asset management company. The company owns 18 hotels, eight restaurants and a catering company in four states. Projects are developed, constructed and managed in this framework and range from award-winning resort developments to the re-design and re-development of two city blocks, including six restaurants, a 1000-seat music hall and two hotels in downtown Charleston. For additional information, visit www.BennettHospitality.com.

 

About Salamander Hotels & Resorts

Salamander Hotels & Resorts is a privately owned and operated company based in Middleburg, VA, just outside Washington, D.C. Founded by entrepreneur Sheila Johnson in 2005, the company has a luxury portfolio featuring two distinct collections. The Signature Collection includes the stunning Salamander Resort & Spa in Middleburg, a 340-acre equestrian-inspired property near Washington, D.C.; The Henderson, a 170-room grand beach resort in Destin, FL; NOPSI New Orleans, a new 217-room luxury historic hotel re-imagined in the city’s Central Business District; and Hotel Bennett, a 179-room luxury hotel in Charleston, SC, opening in 2018. The Golf Collection includes the famed Innisbrook Resort in Tampa Bay, which hosts an annual PGA TOUR on its Copperhead Course; the elegant Reunion Resort in Orlando, which includes Signature Course designs from Nicklaus, Palmer and Watson; and the recently renovated oceanfront Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast, FL, home to layouts by Nicklaus and Watson. All Salamander properties are members of Preferred Hotels & Resorts. For additional information, visit www.SalamanderHotels.com or call 540-687-3710.

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