AC Hotel Greenville Downtown Hosted a Special Reception for the Peace Family and Presented the Original Roger Craft Peace Plaza Historic Marker

Betty Stall with the Rama Family

Betty Stall with the Rama Family

Greenville, S.C. - AC Hotel Greenville Downtown hosted a special reception for the Peace family to show them the new Press Room, a cocktail bar located in the hotel and inspired by The Greenville News. During the event, Auro Hotels’ J.P. Rama, H.P. Rama and John Deck presented the family with the original Roger Craft Peace Plaza historic marker that once resided at the corner of Broad and Main where the hotel now stands. The marker was a gift to the Peace family from former Greenville News Managing Editor William Fox, who preserved the plaque during the newspaper’s move to its new office on Broad Street. The Press Room will proudly display the marker as a tribute to the Peace family and their extraordinary contributions to the city.


The newly opened Press Room is a modern speakeasy-style cocktail bar that pays homage to The Greenville News. Exclusive and by reservation only, guests will receive and use a password to enter the intimate cocktail bar that features a menu of handcrafted cocktails, superior wines and ports, and light fare that nod to the historic location. The Press Room is located at 315 S. Main Street. For reservations, visit www.pressroom.gvl.

About AC Hotel by Marriott Greenville Downtown
Greenville owned and operated by Auro Hotels, the 8-story hotel features 196 guest rooms and suites, and nearly 29,000 sq. ft. of space available for meetings and events. Guests enjoy multiple dining concepts, and Juniper, a 16,000 sq. ft. all-season, immersive rooftop space. AC Hotel by Marriott Greenville Downtown is part of the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program. For more information, visit @ACHotelGreenville.


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