Grand Bohemian opens in downtown Greenville > GSA Enterprise
The wait is lastly over.
The Grand Bohemian, the huge lodge-style resort on the banks of the Reedy River in downtown Greenville, formally opened at this time.
Greenville’s 187-room Grand Bohemian is the road’s second lodge following its Beaver Creek Lodge in Colorado and in theme, will highlight the Richard Kesslers household’s gallery of Native American artwork alongside the lodge’s hand-designed glass antler chandeliers and glistening geode-like installations.
Whereas the doorways swung open at this time, a grand opening ceremony is scheduled for Sept. 15.
At 44 East Camperdown Method, the Grand Bohemian’s house is subsequent to the Reedy River, offering an excellent spot to view downtown Greenville’s most recognizable characteristic.
From the Liberty Suite, the river’s namesake bridge may be seen from a close-up, virtually aerial view, whereas the west facet of the resort abuts a number of outdated oaks and different timber lining the banks of the Reedy River close to the ruins of Vardry Mill. Thirty suites can have balconies.
What would a landmark resort be with out meals and drinks? Listed here are a number of the Grand Bohemian’s facilities, based on a publication from the corporate:
Between the Bushes
Offering scenic views from the Grand Bohemian Lodge, the resort’s signature restaurant, Between the Bushes, is known as for its location overlooking Greenville’s waterfalls at Falls Park.
Menu highlights embody native agriculture and fish, beef and sport, regionally sourced cheeses, and desserts ready by an in-house pastry chef. Friends can dine round one of many 4 fireplaces, in a 1,000-bottle wine room, or the personal eating room that includes an exterior glass wall that opens to soak up the views.
Spirit & Bower
Situated on the boutique lodge, Sprit & Bower is known as for its distinctive location and is outlined by its environment. The premier bar is each day and night time with indoor/outside seating and scenic views.
Overlooking the Liberty Bridge and falls, the outside verandah and terrace provide a wide range of seating, two fireplaces, and a stone firepit. Inside options authentic artworks and a show of Spirit & Bower’s curated bourbon and whiskey assortment. An elevated stone bar opens as much as the outside.
Between the Bushes is open at this time from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Spirit & Bower shall be open from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Attain Jason at 864-568-7570.