Thursday, March 23, 2017

The Partridge Inn - Augusta

Partridge Inn has classic Southern looks
While there are many hotels options along the I-20 corridor at Augusta, I delved deeper in the downtown area to stay at the Partridge Inn, a historic facility situated on the highest point in town. Established in 1910 this facility has veranda and porches galore to warm the heart of those seeking southern comforts. Upgrades from a regular room include optional suites with a private balcony, and I can recommend a room that face towards the medical district for the best viewing after dark.

Roof Top bar overlooking downtown Augusta
Some rooms come with a private balcony!
The Partridge Inn is a full-service boutique hotel with shuttle van service, restaurant, rooftop bar and lots of historical documents on display. Hilton hotels purchased the property in 2015, making it a fine addition to their Curio collection, which only includes the kind of unique lodging that makes your visit that much more memorable. In room coffee, a snack bar in the lobby, and a full room service menu are always available. While there is no continental breakfast at the Partridge Inn, they offer a considerable breakfast buffet downstairs in the restaurant, and dining on the veranda along Walton’s Way is a must.

Dining on the veranda was awesome
My supper began with a serving of meatballs with spicy yogurt. A crisp outer texture was no surprise given the grill marks, while the inside was pink and soft. The main course of blackened salmon was served with stone ground grits and asparagus. My food was served hot and I was grateful since a light breeze was wafting through the historic magnolia trees near my table. All the service at Partridge Inn, from the front desk to the bar and grill, came with a dose of Southern hospitality.

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