Housed in the L. Mendel Rivers Federal Building, The Dewberry Hotel fuses Charleston's southern charm with the structure's mid-century architecture. The historic landmark was originally built in 1964 in the heart of the city's Marion Square. Its lime-washed facade makes a bold statement against the area's Colonial and Georgian silhouettes, and the heritage finishes don't stop there. From the brass lobby bar and walnut lining to the vintage-inspired furnishing and cast iron soaking tubs, every corner of the establishment is dripping in Don Draper-worthy details. But it's not all about aesthetics. The hotel also is a foodie's dream with the French brasserie Henrietta's and its rooftop lounge that serves citrus-infused cocktails and skyline views.
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