One of America’s most historic properties, this majestic century-old hotel, known as the ‘Queen of the South’, is reminiscent of a bygone era, with its sweeping verandas and meandering pathways.
The Carolina is situated perfectly on a tree-lined avenue and visitors cannot fail to be in awe on approach by its impressive façade and manicured gardens highlighting the resort’s founding year of 1895. Besides the building’s timeless elegance, you’ll also feel the warmth and southern charm of the dedicated staff as you step inside.
Guest accommodation is spacious and traditional in style, with calming natural tones, enhanced with dark wood and rich reds, giving a feel of regality. Throughout the property, this sense of casual grace pervades, with deep leather sofas, intricate tapestries and high chandeliers.
First opened in 1901, the Carolina Restaurant offers traditional southern favourites, as well as fine dining cuisine, from foie gras to aged beef with a signature Pinehurst seasoning. Golf lovers will enjoy a drink at the themed Ryder Cup Lounge, filled with fascinating memorabilia of the event’s history and with a golf inspired drinks menu.
Home of the US Open, the iconic Pinehurst Resort has a wealth of golfing history and boasts more holes in one resort than any other in the country. A stay at the beautiful Carolina Hotel will certainly be a tick on your bucket list.
For those requiring more private space or travelling as a group, accommodation can also be requested at the adjacent Carolina Villas – ask the Black Opal team for more details.