December 31, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Montage Palmetto Bluff in Bluffton, South Carolina
Montage Palmetto Bluff features a charming collection of rooms, suites, cottages, cottage suites, and vacation homes that are all nestled between vibrant waterfronts and tranquil forests. Designed in a classic Southern style, these accommodations offer luxurious residential touches such as vaulted ceilings, fireplaces, opulent bathrooms and verandas with stunning views. A charming collection of luxury vacation homes are also available on a nightly basis.
From paddle-boarding along the May River to taking some time out for a relaxing day at our world-renowned spa, Palmetto Bluff offers an opportunity for endless adventures. It's difficult to choose from the diverse and authentic Southern cuisines available at Palmetto Bluff's many eateries. Whatever you choose is sure to hit the spot and add even more flavor to your day. Begin your day with some griddle-cooked favorites and some lively conversations. Enjoy lunch and dinner that caters to your whims, from simple-but-spectacular soups and salads all the way to five-course meals and fireside s'mores. Complete your South Carolina epicurean experience with a healthy variety of fine wines, delicious and refreshing craft beers, and unforgettable classic and creative cocktails. A place of experiences and connections, discovery, surprises and authenticity...every day at Palmetto Bluff can have something new to offer - for those who seek to find it.
Location of Montage Palmetto Bluff
Nearest Airport: CHS
Amenities for Montage Palmetto Bluff
- General Information
- 55 Guest Rooms
- Outdoor Dining
- Wine Cellar
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Hiking Trails
- Golf Course
- Equestrian Center
- In-Room Amenities
- Private Verandas
- Vaulted Ceilings
- Ecological Excursions
- Nature Walks
- Fly Fishing
- Clay Bird Shooting
- Golf Lessons
- Bocce Ball
- Wellness Programs
- Horseback Riding
- Active & Adventure
- Eco Friendly Luxury Vacations
Reviews for Montage Palmetto Bluff
I love Palmetto Bluff really I could live there if I had the money the staff was amazing as a fan of 1/64 scale NASCAR diecasts I brought my Cars and the staff trued their hardest to not move them from the floor during a stop motion race I was working on and the food is really good I love this place
Bluepanther425 - Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina
Montage Palmetto Bluff is a quiet, self-contained complex of private homes and cottages on the banks of the May River several miles from Bluffton. Everything looks like it was developed within the last two decades under strict design guidelines. Handsome wood buildings (though a bit lacking in variety) and gorgeous landscaping. We stayed in a spacious, very comfortable room with balcony overlooking the pool and pond. We were there for a large wedding, where the service, food, drink and venues were wonderful ... so I can't offer an opinion on the quality of the resort's bars, restaurants and menus. Wedding guests said they liked the golf course. The chapel where the wedding ceremony was held was very, very pretty. By no means a bargain, Montage is well-suited for a high-end vacation, corporate or golf retreat ... or tasteful, no-expense-spared wedding.
Wendell D - New York City, New York
So, we have been here six times in the last three years, both before and since the overwhelming expansion. We are sorry to say that this time may very well be our last. While it is still very good, this is not the place we fell in love with, prior to the Inn and all of the new changes in how they do business. First, the good: The cottages offer a peaceful retreat, away from the rest of the world, and with a river view, you can focus on the breathtaking views and serenity from the porch. The staff that remains like Chaibo, Dave, and Tony at the front door are the same friendly smiling faces that make you truly feel like you are coming home. Pat, the Concierge is beyond amazing with her warmth, knowledge, and patience. Buffaloes, while much more crowded than we remember, still has Clyde, Noel, and Leroy and the others, all familiar faces taking care of your every need. Even the Canoe Club is exactly how we remembered it, with great food and exceptional service. And the ride in from the main road is just spectacular. Now, the changes. Obviously with growth and progress comes some change, and not all for the good. The front desk staff is impersonal and almost robotic. When we checked out, we had a $1800 catering charge for one night, for a party of two. Common sense would dictate that it surely has to be a mistake..but they handed it over like it was no big deal. Maybe not to them, but to us it was! As others mentioned, the $40 resort fee is not really well defined. We opted for the Montage Memory package, which included use of bikes and valet parking. Previously, we had a golf cart, morning newspaper delivered to the door, and soft drinks in the fridge and a bottle of wine.Now the fridge contains lots of alcohol and $5 cans of coke. Even the DVD player was taken away. Prices at all the outlets have jumped, but that is to be expected. The crowds, however, are the main issue. The quaint, peaceful retreat is now a bustling resort. As long as you know that going in, you will enjoy your stay. We will be looking for a quieter, more personal experience elsewhere.
Chiefy - Holliston, Massachusetts
We stayed here for one night as we drove through the Carolinas and loved this place! The rooms are very comfortable, the service impeccable and the amenities amazing. We wanted to stay for a week. There is so much to do. It seems perfect for couples, families and people who want to get away in luxury,
clz7 - Corona del Mar, California
The staff is friendly and the physical facilities are excellent. Otherwise I was very disappointed with my stay. Everything is geared to maximizing revenue from hotel guests. It starts with a $40 daily resort fee even though guests are charged extra for use of bicycles. There is also a $25 per day parking fee plus tips (no self parking). There is a $5 extra charge for coffee and an $8 extra charge for a small glass of frozen orange juice with the $26 breakfast buffet. There is no stated tipping policy so you felt the need to tip for everything (from valet parking - no self parking - to shuttle cart driver needed to go to other restaurants on the property). Golf is prohibitively expensive ($300 per person green fees and about $200 for cart and and required fore caddie). Understanding checkout statements is a nightmare. I am still working with business office to reconcile charges to my credit card 2 days after departure.
SirhcAS - Wilmington, Delaware