Honoring the landmark L. Mendel Rivers Federal Building (circa 1964), The Dewberry captures the luxury and quiet restraint hallmarks of historic Charleston. Inside and out, The Dewberry is a manifestation of founder John Dewberry’s vision of “Southern Reimagined.” As much a setting as it is a state of mind, the hotel was brought to life over eight years by a team of architects and designers who shared Dewberry’s mission to present Charleston from a uniquely personal perspective. The result is a thoughtfully imagined juxtaposition of past and present that redefines what is possible when historic preservation is paramount.
Experience America’s favorite city through the lens of John Dewberry, preservationist and proud Charlestonian. At The Dewberry, sincerity outshines obligation, and every element is specifically designed to deliver luxury, warmth, and a nod to old Charleston. Secret-recipe limewash. Decorative hand-crafted metalworks. Period furnishings. Thought-provoking works of art. Every square inch of The Dewberry reflects a tight-knit collaboration between preservationists, designers, architects, artists, and artisans over the course of eight years.
Rooms & Suites - Settle in and revel in the luxurious details of the 155 guest rooms and suites, featuring custom-designed Stickley armoires with a botanical pattern that includes local foliage and blooms by artist Becca Barnet and bathrooms wrapped in Danby Vermont marble. From the Irish linen bedding to the seasonal in-room bars curated by the chef, you may find it hard to leave this Charleston, South Carolina hotel.
Dining - Charleston's New Culinary Hub, high-quality, ingredient-driven dishes presented in the unpretentious spirit of a traditional French brasserie. Rooted in Lowcountry bounty and Southern hospitality, Henrietta’s menu draws influences from around the globe. The culinary team is committed to crafting locally-rooted, globally-influenced dishes in a traditional French brasserie's unpretentious spirit. More than just a restaurant, Henrietta's represents a timeless way of life in the South, where the table is both an essential gathering place and an opportunity to experience new and exciting flavors. Whether you're seated in the Mahogany-paneled dining room overlooking Meeting Street and Marion Square or tucked into one of the bar area pews, be sure to walk around a bit: Artist Clifford Bailey’s exuberant paintings inspired by the Roaring Twenties are worth a closer look.
"The Living Room" - Experience the gracious hospitality and effortless style of a true Charleston living room. Outfitted with mid-century furnishings, a curated reading library, and a showstopping brass bar, the Living Room is a warm and welcoming destination for morning coffee, afternoon cocktails, or an evening aperitif. Every detail right down to the wooden bowls hand-crafted by local artist Hugh Jeffers from the knots of a 150-year-old white oak tree that once stood nearby echoes The Dewberry's rich history. "Citrus Club" - The crown jewel in a city known for its steepled skyline and sea-skimming views, The Dewberry’s 8th-floor terrace features the highest rooftop in Charleston and is home to the whimsical rooftop lounge, Citrus Club. Featuring citrus-inspired cocktails and fresh, lite bites; access to Citrus Club is by reservation only.
The Spa - Signature and Customized Treatments, Drawing inspiration from elements of the Lowcountry, including the Southern native dewberry plant, each signature treatment is handcrafted to include a luxurious blend of antioxidants, sea extracts, and botanicals that nourish your mind, body, and spirit.