Boutique Hotels in Augusta,

Georgia

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  • The Partridge Inn Augusta, Curio Collection by Hilton

    2.64 miles
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Revisit History from the Best Boutique Hotels in Augusta

The Masters isn't the only thing that happens in Augusta. A charming southern town rich in history, Augusta is a great place to visit even if you're not a golf fan. Situated on the border of South Carolina, Augusta is steeped in history and still holds its Southern charm. The boyhood home of President Woodrow Wilson is here, open year-round to the public. Located in downtown Augusta, it gives a glimpse of what life was like for the 28th president growing up.

Explore Augusta Culture from Boutique Hotels in Augusta

Begin your day with a stroll on Augusta’s riverwalk, which runs along the Savannah River and is dotted with cafes, eateries and shopping. From there, head downtown and marvel at the historic Imperial theatre. Before major motion pictures got on the circuit, this theater presented vaudeville and photo plays to the community, and went on the present silent films. Charlie Chaplin even performed there, along with Judy Garland and other film greats.

While downtown, you may notice a lot of homage to James Brown. As Augusta is where the Godfather of Soul grew up, be sure to get your picture taken with a life sized bronze statue of him located off Broad Street downtown. Sculpted by artist Ed Dwight, it depicts the Godfather of Soul performing on stage. And don’t forget to have a cocktail at the Soul Bar, where Brown played many pool games after shows.

If you’re traveling with kids, make sure to stop at the Augusta Museum of History. Easily accessible from Augusta boutique hotels downtown, the museum houses artifacts from the city's history, including Native American and colonial artifacts, as well as items from the Civil War era and more recent times. The museum also includes a number of exhibits about notable residents.

When it comes to hearty food, Augusta is a foodie’s paradise! After all, the south is known for its soul food. Sample everything from fried okra, grits, hushpuppies and of course, some sugary sweet pralines. [Text Wrapping Break][Text Wrapping Break]Explore the History of the South from Unique Augusta Boutique Hotels

With the Carolinas just across the Savannah River, take a day trip to Columbia, South Carolina. Just under 66 miles away, step back in time to the Antebellum south with sites like the Hampton-Preston Mansion, where enslaved workers lived with their plantation owners and fueled the slavery trade era.

See where the Masters is played from the Top Unique Hotels in Augusta

Augusta National Golf Club is the site of the storied Master's Golf Tournament, which has been held every year since 1934. One of the four major championships in professional golf, The Masters has a long history of attracting some of the best players in the world to its course over a week’s period each spring; however tickets are notoriously hard to get for this exclusive event, so plan early! Discover all this and more when you book your stay at boutique hotels in Augusta.

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