Nestled in a lush, 20,000-acre nature preserve, Montage Palmetto Bluff delights guests with experiences indigenous to the South Carolina coast. Here, guests enjoy active and relaxing pursuits amid a breathtaking waterfront setting. The story of Palmetto Bluff is a story of place. Where old tales are shared and new tales created. A cycle dating back 12,000 years. And one that will continue, thanks to Montage’s commitment to preserving — and sharing — this unique land and people.
Palmetto Bluff was built thoughtfully, to feel indigenous to the South Carolina coast, a self-contained village comprised of a hotel, cottages, village homes, restaurants, shops and even a chapel rendered in the region’s classic, colonial style: white clapboard, dark shutters, tin roofs and wraparound porches that invite unhurried conversations over sweet tea or a peach julep. Although barely a decade old, the community feels regionally authentic and built over time, thanks to a charming diversity of structures that converge, poignantly, around the ruins of Wilson’s cherished 1902 estate. Flickering gaslights, cobblestone streets and carefully preserved, century-old live oaks draped in grey moss add to the authentic ambiance.
At every Montage resort, exceptional service is non-negotiable. It is a primary element, embodied by carefully chosen associates who deliver genuine care and impeccable hospitality practices learned through intensive (and ongoing) education. But this commitment to service takes on a beguiling new flavor at Palmetto Bluff, allowing incomparable Southern hospitality to shine through. Warm, unpretentious and full of character. Montage Palmetto Bluff