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2 New Kessler Collection Hotels Coming to the South

by Mary Melnick

Mar 18, 2021

Mossy Oak Trees in Forsyth Park, Savannah, Georgia © Irina88w | Dreamstime

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With travel making a comeback, it’s time to start planning upcoming travels. For those looking to take a trip south this year, consider these two new Kessler Collection hotels.

 

Grand Bohemian Hotel Greenville

Grand Bohemian Hotel Greenville is set to open in Greenville, South Carolina, later this year. This new hotel will serve as a getaway to the city’s beloved Falls Park on the Reedy River for locals and visitors. The 187-room hotel will feature 39 suites with balconies, a vibrant art collection curated by Richard C. Kessler, a signature spa, indoor and outdoor event spaces and more. Make sure to stop by the two-story restaurant and bar that provides breathtaking views of the urban oasis. This charming hotel doesn’t open until November 2021, but it’s never too early to start planning your trip.

 

The Atlantic Building at Plant Riverside District

The Plant Riverside District in Savannah, Georgia, is the largest redevelopment in the history of Savannah’s National Historic Landmark District and is known as Savannah’s Entertainment District. It expands the city’s iconic riverfront to a 4.5-acre waterfront hospitality and entertainment destination.

 

Phase III of the Plant Riverside District debuts The Atlantic, coming August 2021. The mixed-use hotel building will be themed around bold and contemporary maritime details. Once complete the district will feature a live music venue, concert venue with acts by Live Nation and a rooftop pool with stunning views of the Savannah River.

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