America's Best Hotels for Foodies

Courtesy of The Wentworth Mansion

An outstanding meal is guaranteed at these U.S. hotels, which earned top marks from Travel + Leisure readers.

No. 3 Wentworth Mansion, Charleston, SC

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Traditional Lowcountry cooking with a healthful edge is the philosophy of chef Marc Collins, who whips up intricate dishes in a 19th-century kitchen—hence the restaurant’s name, Circa 1886.

What to Order: In winter, try antelope au poivre with Burgundy-braised vegetables and whipped Brie.

America's Best Hotels for Foodies

No. 3 Wentworth Mansion, Charleston, SC

Traditional Lowcountry cooking with a healthful edge is the philosophy of chef Marc Collins, who whips up intricate dishes in a 19th-century kitchen—hence the restaurant’s name, Circa 1886.

What to Order: In winter, try antelope au poivre with Burgundy-braised vegetables and whipped Brie.

Courtesy of The Wentworth Mansion
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