Kessler continues to create new ways to inspire guests by spreading the Bohemian Lifestyle to new flagship destinations with hotels, restaurants and unique experiences. Current developments include three Grand Bohemian Hotels, a 4.5-acre entertainment district and a renovated historic mansion in Savannah.
A new adventure is coming to the Savannah River in 2019. Once a historic Georgia Power Plant, the newly renovated Plant Riverside District will be a 4.5-acre entertainment district with a 419-guest room JW Marriott. Not only will it welcome visitors to reconnect with the riverfront, but it will invite guests to enjoy inspired dining, vibrant rooftop lounges, live music and concerts, an art gallery, high-end retail shops and family attractions.
Located in the heart of downtown Charlotte, visitors and guests are invited to let their curiosity wander in our inspired Italian style boutique hotel. With 250 rooms, an open kitchen restaurant concept and lounge, garden park seating and a sophisticated rooftop bar, it becomes more than just a luxury stay with us. Embrace the alluring charm of lush greenery and join us for an inspired Bohemian experience with incredible dining, exceptional service and artful spaces.
On the banks of the Reedy River, Kessler is introducing an inspired national park lodge with an artful twist. This seven story luxury boutique hotel will give guests more opportunities to engage with the outdoors. Many of the 159 guest rooms will have balconies and a two story restaurant and bar will be placed above the Falls Park overlooking the Reedy River. The Grand Bohemian Hotel Greenville will greet you with nature and challenge your usual plans.
A Four Diamond Grand Bohemian Hotel is coming to the suburb of Sandy Springs with 250 luxury guest rooms. Hotel visitors and guests can indulge in inspired dishes at a new restaurant, sip on handcrafted cocktails at the bar, wander the Grand Bohemian Art Gallery for thoughtfully-selected pieces, conquer ideas in eclectic meeting spaces, recharge in a luxurious spa and more. Let your creativity unravel in our artful spaces and inspiration will reward you.
As a national best-in-class home in the Italian Renaissance Style of Field Guide to American Homes, Richard Kessler has turned The Armstrong Mansion into his own private residence. Built in 1919, Kessler will honor the original interior decor in order to celebrate the past and welcome the future. Exclusive guests will have the opportunity to enjoy high-end events, executive retreats and other special occasions.