Proudly standing in one of the South’s hottest cities, Emeline brings together all the trimmings of a modern hotel experience with storied southern hospitality in a truly historic and iconic building. Decked out with unexpected moments like Keep Shop, the hotel’s hyper curated retail shop focused on local makers and artisans, and onsite fare at both Frannie and the Fox and Clerks Coffee Co, this new property will keep you coming back for more.
Stepping into Emeline is both an experience steeped in history, from the building’s 19th century beginnings to stops in a few 20th century decades, and a thoroughly modern boutique hotel stay. The hotel has all the culinary, design, and convenient touches to make a delightful 21st century stay while offering a wealth of history and throwback tinges with an extensive record collection (and record players in the rooms), the city’s craftiest cocktail bar, and heritage architecture.
The hotel bar and restaurant, Frannie and the Fox, is a draw as much for guests as it is for locals. The Italian-inspired restaurant brings fresh takes on pastas and wood-fired pizzas in a playfully and colorful mid-century setting. Tucked inside the restaurant is The Foxhole offering extensive and attentive cocktails, plus a socially-distant and Instagram-worthy cocktail window.
Hidden away in a touristy area above the Historic Charleston City Market, Emeline is accessible to everywhere you want to be in the city, but private enough to hide away in the hotel’s high-design ambiance. If you’re looking to dodge the touristy crowds, Robert Lange studios is only a 10 minute walk away for contemporary art in a historic old grain warehouse setting. High Wire Distilling also offers an intimate look into their distilling process as the first distillery in the area post-Prohibition.
Want a more classic Charleston experience? A visit to the majestic 400 year old Angel Oak Tree is a must, along with a stroll down Legare Street to The Battery park for a glimpse of the city’s gorgeous past in the form of antebellum estates and wrought iron gates. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, hit Millers All Day, Emeline-adjacent FIG, or Husk for inventive takes on Southern traditions.
The Fine Print
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