TURNER Travel: New Client Roundup
We’re thrilled to share news about South Carolina, Westin Nashville, and The Ritz Carlton St. Thomas. From scenic southern states to luxury Caribbean resorts, TURNER can’t wait to spread the word about these must visit destinations.
South Carolina is home to subtropical white-sand beaches and marsh-like sea islands which can be experienced during 10 warm-weather months. The Palmetto State also boasts a mix of historic charm with Old South plantations, waterfront adventures, striking scenery and a burgeoning culinary scene. From the mountains to the Midlands to the coast, there’s always something new to discover in South Carolina.
The Westin Nashville
The Westin Nashville is located adjacent to Music City Center, just steps from Nashville’s iconic entertainment district. Delicious dining awaits on-property at Decker & Dyer, a lively downtown eatery, while L27, the city’s premier rooftop, delivers sweeping city views, inventive light bites and craft cocktails. Retreat from the buzz of Nashville with a revitalizing treatment at the upscale Rhapsody Spa or prioritize your well-being in the WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio.
The Notary Hotel
Slated to open Summer 2019, The Notary Hotel is a new Autograph Collection hotel located in the heart of Philadelphia. Fusing the city’s unique soul with its historical legacy, the building was once Philly’s City Hall Annex. Today, it’s a place where 1920s-era grandeur meets modern hospitality. With the echoes of history reverberating through these hallowed halls, the Notary Hotel encourages visitors to leave their own mark on the City of Brotherly Love.
The Ritz Carlton St. Thomas
The Ritz Carlton St. Thomas is a luxury resort located in the U.S. Virgin Islands, spread across 30 acres of Caribbean coastline. Set among crystal-clear waters and small islets, the property showcases the natural beauty of the Caribbean blended with modern comforts and amenities from four oceanfront dining venues to a private 53-foot luxury catamaran. The property sustained significant damage during last year’s hurricanes and will be reopening Fall 2019.