Served with Style
A Gourmet Getaway to Charleston
The very best of Charleston hospitality and cuisine are yours to savor with this special hotel package and culinary experience.
Planters Inn & Peninsula Grill “rank among the nation’s best” for “exceptional food and impeccable service” according to CBS. Book this one-of-a-kind culinary experience and you will be Served with Style.
Experience a true gourmet evening with a three-course tasting menu (for two people) personally selected for you by Peninsula Grill Executive Chef Ramon Taimanglo.
Discover amazing wine pairings personally selected by Peninsula Grill Sommelier Mark Solomon, one of Charleston’s most exciting wine experts.
As a memento of this special experience, Chef Taimanglo will autograph a keepsake copy of the Peninsula Grill: Served with Style cookbook for you to take home.
After a spectacular dinner, tuck into a luxurious four-poster bed from the Baker Historic Charleston Collection with Italian linens.
Awake to enjoy a leisurely Signature Breakfast for two in the charming Planters Inn Courtyard or the refined Peninsula Grill dining room—your choice!
When three of life’s great passions—exploring culture, travel, and food—unite, it is a fantasy realized, especially when experienced in the grandest style imaginable.
The Sweet Buzz...
“Experience ‘Southern hospitality at its best’... built in 1844 and situated ‘within walking distance of everything in Charleston.’ Guest rooms are ‘spacious and elegantly appointed’ and follow a traditional Southern design scheme with high ceilings, hickory furnishings, Audubon prints, and four poster beds.”
— Conde Nast Traveler
“This 64-room boutique hotel has racked up a slew of accolades for good reason: Rooms are outfitted with handsome four-poster beds decked in luxurious silks. Add to that its want-for-nothing touches like macarons delivered at turndown. The hotel’s restaurant, Peninsula Grill, is famous for a decadent 12-layer coconut cake, and there’s a verdant courtyard, lit by carriage lanterns, for post-dinner tipples.”
— Town & Country
“The Peninsula Grill in the Planters Inn, popular for steak and lobsters, is deservedly famous for its scrumptious coconut cake, said to be a Charleston specialty.”