Westin Poinsett Hotel

120 South Main Street
Greenville SC United States

Construction Dates
Floor Count14
Basement Floors1
Building Uses
 - hotel
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - beaux arts
 - masonry
 - steel
 - limestone

Architect: William Lee Stoddart
General Contractor: J.E. Sirrine & Co.
Cost: $1.5 million

The hotel was named after Joel R. Poinsett, the Secretary of War under President Fillmore. It replaced the Mansion House resort hotel. The Poinsett Hotel featured a ballroom, a convention hall, a main dining room, private dining rooms, a grill room, a lounge, ten storefronts and 210 guest rooms with a private bath.

The hotel was restored for $20 million and reopened October 22, 2000 as the Westin Poinsett Hotel.

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