Find your slice of peace and quiet near this cultural hotspot in South Carolina, at one of these specially selected hotels, and book your stay now with Culture Trip.
The Peace Center is where Upstate South Carolina goes to get its cultural fix. Ballet, concerts and live theatrical performances dominate the show calendar, showcasing art in its many diverse forms. When the show ends, the fun begins in Downtown Greenville, with a host of riverside hot spots for eating, drinking and hanging out. Experience it all when you stay at one of these Greenville hotels.
Mint House Downtown Greenville
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You’re already on your way to Falls Park on the Reedy when you spend the night at Mint House. Right off of Falls Park Drive, these apartments amplify their square footage to out-space the average hotel room. Two- and three-bedroom flats each have fully equipped kitchens to cook up your usual fare – that is, if you can resist running to Jianna around the corner for freshly shucked oysters and a bowl of homemade pasta.
Care for a Kringle? You’ll get your fill of these danish pastries every morning at the Swamp Rabbit Inn. Getting to the breakfast table is easy; choosing where to wake up is the hard part. The Coach House and the Cottage House are easy sells, especially if you love coffee under the sun on your private deck. We’re suckers for the spoils of yesterday and will highly recommend a night in the LOLA Vintage Camper.
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Get yourself a few new friends in Greenville when you bunk it up at Modal. The shared dorms have creature comforts reminiscent of your backpacking days, such as personal lockers, privacy curtains and communal kitchens. The star of this hostel is, without a doubt, the micro-coffee bar serving locally roasted brews with delicious flourishes such as housemade rosemary syrup. Prefer to sip in solitude? Book the NYC-style Ambedo suite, and enjoy a little privacy with your percolate pick-me-up.
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Pettigru Place embraces its Historic District address with authentic touches, such as 1929 GE refrigerators, original heart pine floors and antique clawfoot tubs. Even the two- and three-course breakfasts seem a throwback, with each plate made fresh and meant to be savored slowly. If you feel like you could fall into step with Pettigru Place’s pace, spend your days strolling through the Historic District, only to return for coffee and cookies at the bar or wine-and-cheese socials in the afternoon.
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See both sides of the Reedy River from your perch at Hyatt Place. Hanging out on the east side of Downtown, you’ll be within walking distance of the Peace Center and the Eugenia Duke Bridge. If the weather is warm, there’s no better way to cool off from a hike around Falls Park on the Reedy than with a refreshing dip in the hotel pool. Around-the-clock dining options are also on the menu, which come in clutch for a post-show snacking session.
It’s always a jazzy affair at Aloft, even when there isn’t live music at the bar. The W XYZ Bar has an engaging energy that feeds off of the Downtown views and is a perfect place to start the night. A variety of dining options – from Spanish tapas to Afghan cuisine – surround the hotel, tempting you to eat your way through Greenville’s international outposts. A full stomach and wide grin are all you’ll return with, and there’ll be plenty of room for both on your platform king bed.
With Downtown Greenville right outside your window, the Westin puts it all at your fingertips. The Peace Center is only one block away, which means it’s nearly impossible to miss the curtain call, even if you help yourself to an unplanned snooze in your Heavenly Bed. The free airport shuttle is just as helpful, allowing you to take a nap before you need to jet off to the airport.