Southern hospitality is legendary, and visitors can get a taste of it at one of the region’s most celebrated resorts, set on a sun-speckled barrier island near the southeastern tip of Georgia. The Mediterranean-style Cloister at Sea Island, designed in 1928 by noted Palm Beach architect Addison Mizner, just underwent a $40 million expansion, and the result is as wanderlust inducing as the original. The 63-room expansion is the work of design firm Hart Howerton, which also created a 5,000-square-foot ballroom. Each guest room features an earthy palette with oak floors, beamed ceilings, and overstuffed chairs perfect for sinking into. In the baths, Carrara marble is paired with soothing shades of white and gray. The elegant new design features are a great addition to a famed resort known for enhancing the notion of Southern hospitality.
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