The Kessler Collection Announces Newest Property in Greenville, S.C.

The Kessler Collection has announced the opening of Grand Bohemian Lodge Greenville, its second property in South Carolina. The latest addition to the group’s portfolio is a boutique modern lodge overlooking the waterfalls and Falls Park on the Reedy River. The ribbon cutting ceremony included traditional Native American drum and double flute instrumentals, and speeches from The Kessler Collection executives, Mayor Knox White, Ken Johnson, regional president for AECOM/Hunt Construction and Christian Sottile of Sottile & Sottile.

The seven-story lodge offers 187 guestrooms and suites, public spaces, Kessler’s signature Poseidon Spa, $2 million worth of curated artwork, including a Grand Bohemian Art Gallery and dining experiences. Specifically, the property’s interiors highlight an extensive collection of Native American and Western art from Kessler’s private collection of art, gathering areas overlooking Falls Park and new green space creating a gateway to the Reedy River.

Grand Bohemian Lodge Greenville
(Grand Bohemian Lodge Greenville)

Between the Trees restaurant is named after its location overlooking Greenville’s waterfalls at Falls Park. It features modern lodge cuisine, seasonally influenced and prepared under the direction of Michelin-star chef Nicolas Abello. Guests can exect an open kitchen, full bar and both indoor and outdoor dining. The hotel can accommodate for intimate or group dining experience around one of the four fireplaces, in a 1,000-bottle wine room or the private dining room with an exterior glass wall that opens up to views and sounds of nature.

Overlooking the Liberty Bridge and falls, Sprit & Bower is a bar with an outdoor veranda and terrace offering a variety of seating for both dining and lounging, two fireplaces and a stone fire pit. The bar serves cocktails and regionally inspired small plates from a shareable menu.

Grand Bohemian Lodge is located near popular attractions in Greenville, including Main Street, art galleries, local boutiques, craft breweries and the 22-mile Swamp Rabbit Trail for running, biking and walking.

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