Charlestowne Hotels Expands

From the shores of the Grand Strand to the banks of the Ottauquechee, Charlestowne Hotels is expanding one hotel at a time. 

Properties recently signed under CH management

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About the Best Western Plus Grand Strand

The Best Western Plus Grand Strand Inn & Suites offers guests the best of Myrtle Beach, whether visiting for a romantic escape or family fun. Comprised of two buildings, the hotel features rooms with private balconies and oceanfront views, as well as suites and penthouses to accommodate larger groups.

Just the Facts
  • 2 Pools, 1 Lazy River, and 1 Jacuzzi
  • Complimentary Hot Breakfast
  • Complimentary Parking
  • Fitness & Business Center
  • Oceanfront rooms and Private Cottages available
About Myrtle Beach

Step off the sandy, white shores of Myrtle Beach and discover new adventures waiting around every corner of this world-famous vacation destination. From adventurous dolphin tours to fresh-off-the-boat seafood at the “Seafood Capital of South Carolina”, there’s more the Myrtle Beach than meets the eye. Recognized for its exceptional golf courses and beautiful coastline, Myrtle Beach is a top choice when it comes to vacation destinations. From fascinating museums and oceanfront eateries to pristine campgrounds and unforgettable fishing, it’s easy to make lasting memories here.

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About The Shire

Delivering sincere hospitality since 1963, The Shire is part of the fabric of Woodstock and its patchwork quilt of local culture. Whether it’s strolling in our historical district you seek, getting back to nature along the Ottauquechee riverfront, or just relaxing in a rocking chair on our wrap-around porch, you’ll enjoy a memorable stay at The Shire. With views of the river and Billings Farm, we’re as cozy as an inn but as private as a hotel.

Just the Facts
  • 43 rooms featuring traditional New-England decor
  • Complimentary morning tea and coffee
  • Furnished wraparound porch and riverside seating
  • One mile from the Billings Farm and Museum; 2 miles from the Marsh and the Rockefeller National Historical Park
About Woodstock

From its pastoral countryside to its charming downtown streets, the Village of Woodstock is a rare find in today’s bustling world. Downtown Woodstock’s four principal streets—Central, Elm, North Park, and South Park—bring together scenic mountain skylines, early 19th century New England architecture, the center of community life, and 250 years of history.

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About Foxhall Resort

Along the serene western bank of the Chattahoochee River, guests and residents alike can escape the hectic pace of city life to embrace the Foxhall lifestyle – an expression of fun, adventure, reflection, tranquility and connection. Each guest is invited to experience the resort in their own unique way with dozens of recreational activities to choose from. Boasting over 1,100 acres of woodland estate, 16 freshwater lakes and captivating panoramic views, Foxhall is a hidden retreat encompassed by the bounty of nature’s beauty.

Just The Facts 
  • 1,100 acres of woodland estate, including 16 fresh water lakes
  • Sports Club offering outdoor activities such as wildlife hiking, fishing, hunting, a golfer’s driving range, horseback riding, and tennis
  • Indoor and outdoor event space to accommodate groups of 5 to 50,000
  • Farm-to-table cuisine served onsite at The Paddock Restaurant
  • 18,000 sq. ft. of event space
About Douglasville 

Just a few miles west of downtown Atlanta, Douglasville is a welcoming city with a friendly, small-town atmosphere and entertainment that emulates big-town fun. The Chattahoochee river has played a key role in the history of both Douglasville and the entire the state of Georgia. Originally known as “Skint Chestnut”—derived from a large tree used by Native Americans as a landmark—Douglasville was once home to Archaic and Woodland Indians: moundbuilders navigated it as far north as present-day Helen, Georgia; The Cherokee and the Creek Nation used the river as a border, first between their Nations, then between themselves and early settlers. In its watershed the Georgia Gold Rush occurred, while the flooding of the “…valleys of Hall” helped to feed Georgia’s second “gold rush” — tourism. Today, in addition to providing drinking water and power in north Georgia the Chattahoochee is a major source of recreation. Fishing, tubing, canoeing, boating, hiking and camping on its banks, shores, and in its watershed are all popular activities.

Properties being built

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About The Foundry

Set in place as Asheville’s cornerstone at “The Block,” the Foundry is a restored steel factory, but also an artifact of turn-of-the-century juxtapositions—wealth and poverty, mountains of inheritance and immigrant floods, tycoons and laborers—that together built the Asheville we celebrate today. The Foundry will be the latest addition to the Curio Collection, Hilton’s extraordinary collection of independent hotels, each part of the fabric of the cities they call home. In fact, much of the steel produced from the original foundry was used to construct George Washington Vanderbilt’s Biltmore Estate, the largest residence built in the US. Comprised of three historic buildings, The Foundry offers 92 guest rooms, onsite restaurant, and a design that pays homage through local artifacts and creative elements that retain the building’s original character.

Just the Facts
  • Historical restoration of Asheville’s original steel foundry
  • 92 rooms including a 1,200 sq. ft. Presidential Suite
  • On-site restaurant and bar
About Asheville

Wanderers have long been drawn to Asheville, North Carolina, for its painterly mountains, New Age vibes, and ardent environmentalism. Eventually, artists, writers, musicians, yogis, farmers, brewers, chefs, retirees, and other transplants caught on to the good life that was unfolding in western Carolina, and the housing market ballooned. Today, Asheville is home to more than 85,000 people; much of that exponential growth has taken place in the last decade. The city still has its famed mountain views, of course—but they now come with a side of buzzy restaurants, lively bars, and arts festivals.

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About The Bristol Hotel

Steeped in history, the development of The Bristol Hotel will repurpose downtown Bristol’s notable Executive Plaza which dates back to 1925. Looking to connect the past and the present, the building’s historic value will be preserved by maintaining and enhancing its original stucco exterior, display windows, and main facade. The 65-room remodeled boutique hotel will feature a rooftop bar boasting sweeping mountain views of the scenic Appalachian mountains. The hotel also offers guests comfortable communal street-front dining and the utilization of an original historic Arcade for unforgettable social gatherings and events.

Just the Facts
  • 65 unique guest rooms and suites, including seven junior suites and a top floor penthouse suite
  • 2,800 sq. ft of historic Arcade available for corporate events, social gatherings, and one-of-a-kind weddings
  • Rooftop bar open to both guests and the local community
  • Street-front dining featuring new interpretations of Southern cuisine made with locally sourced ingredients
About Bristol

Two states; one city—Bristol is a place where majestic mountains, rolling hills, and some of the country’s top lakes and rivers converge in one easily accessible location.Known as “The Birthplace of Country Music,” Bristol was the location of the first country music recordings made for national distribution. And in 1998, Congress made it official. Today, country music murals and monuments line Bristol’s State Street, while the new Birthplace of Country Music Museum provides a forum for live performances and features collections of musical instruments and memorabilia from country music legends Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs and Tennessee Ernie Ford.

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About The Fairlane

Located in the hub of Nashville’s downtown government, business, and arts districts, the Fairlane Hotel is an independent boutique hotel that invites guests to step into a true retro-modern experience. With design details harking back to the 60s and 70s, The Fairlane embodies Nashville’s creative spirit and hospitable ambition.

Just the Facts
  • 81 Retro-modern guest rooms and suites
  • Rooftop Penthouse with terrace
  • Union Teller coffee counter
  • Mile End Delicatessen
  • Ellington’s onsite Restaurant + Bar
  • Private meeting rooms for work or play
About Nashville

Located in the rolling hills of middle Tennessee, Nashville is the country-and-western music capital of the world. Home to notable American figures like Andrew Jackson, the Allman Brothers, and Miley Cyrus, Nashville marries the grace and warmth of the Old South with the economic vitality of today’s Sun Belt States. The rising popularity of country music in the past two decades has created a booming entertainment industry, spurring tourism and pulling creative minds into its orbit.

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About The Clermont

Set in one of Atlanta’s most dynamic and colorful midtown sections known as Poncey Highlands, Hotel Clermont will open as a 94-room boutique hotel with a rich and fascinating history. Originally built in the 1920s, the famous Clermont Lounge will continue to be a tenant, while new hotel updates will include the introduction of a restaurant featuring French-American fare, an intimate lobby bar and rooftop garden bar overlooking the Atlanta skyline.

Just the Facts
  • Mere blocks from the Beltline and Ponce City Market ‘
  • 94 rooms, including bunk rooms and suites.
  • 100-seat restaurant by Indigo Road Restaurant Group featuring an American menu with French undertones
About Atlanta

The ATL. A-town. Hotlanta. Whatever you want to call it, Atlanta is known for many different things: its diverse musical heritage; its Southern hospitality; its sports teams, and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, ‘the world’s busiest passenger airport.’ This city also boasts more than 70 roads with the word “Peachtree” in their names. Peachtree doesn’t have anything to do with peaches, though. Creek and Cherokee Indians inhabited the site where Atlanta stands today; one of the major villages was called ‘Standing Pitch Tree,’ which later became ‘Peach Tree.’

Posted on September 12, 2017

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