The Courtyard by Marriott Charleston-Summerville has been named “Hotel of the Year” by the Marriott Courtyard franchise. J. Banks Design Group specified the furniture and fixtures for the lobby, corridors and guest rooms as well as fitness center and outdoor amenities area.
The Courtyard Charleston Summerville was selected as the premier Courtyard out of more than 1,100 Courtyards worldwide. This Marriott-branded hotel, also a Diamond Hotel, is owned by Southeastern Development (Augusta, GA) and consists of 96 guest rooms, a café, meeting space and fitness center. The criteria for the award designation includes being the best in the brand in five different guest satisfaction categories.
About the hotel, Marriott says: “Style, substance and southern hospitality blend seamlessly at Courtyard Charleston Summerville. Located just off of Interstate 26, our hotel in Summerville, SC offers quick access to an array of attractions, including Charleston Southern University, the Dorchester State Historic Site and several gorgeous golf courses. Charleston International Airport is just 20 minutes away. At the end of a memorable day, unwind in spacious guest rooms equipped with all of the comforts of home.”
All the comforts of home is a hallmark of J. Banks Design Group’s hospitality projects, a mantra we have top of mind as we design the hotels and resorts we undertake. As with all of our hotel designs, we took the locale into consideration, the quaint surroundings of Summerville an inspiration.
The town describes life in this corner of South Carolina as such: “Summerville is rich in history and steeped in the natural beauty created by the lush pines and the blooming azaleas. It is a Tree City USA community, and we may be a small town, but when you’re a small town with big charm, anything is possible. Summerville is recognized as a nurturing community, where children can grow and develop. Minutes from Charleston and the beaches, our world-class sports venues and superior schools make Summerville a truly special place to work, live and play.”