The building owner set out to restore an elegant boutique hotel on the National Register of Historic Places while also providing the modern-day amenities for today’s traveler.
General Francis Marion Hotel
The General Francis Marion Hotel was constructed in 1926 to attract business travelers on the Lee Highway, a Southern routed cross country roadway that terminates in San-Diego, CA. The upper three floors of the five-story building are divided into bays to provide light and ventilation around a central court while the lower floors contain lobbies, food service, office and meeting spaces. New building systems were added throughout with care to maintain the original character of the public spaces and guest rooms.