This stunning brick Victorian was built in 1892 by the owner of a local iron foundry, which accounts for the cast iron trim, window casements and ornamental pillars. Almost more museum than inn, the rooms and common areas of this registered National Historic Place are laden with an abundance of valuable antiques and the finest in luxurious appointments. A complementary Southern breakfast and afternoon tea are served daily, and were enjoyed by Tom Hanks when he stayed here during the filming of the Savannah portions of Forrest Gump.
This quaint property offers the convenience of a modern hotel with the charm of a country inn. Decorated lavishly with local artwork and historical artifacts, the Marshall House has paid loving attention to both style and authenticity, particularly in the guest rooms. Most feature the original windows and pine floors, and some offer cozy verandas overlooking the street. Guests are welcome to enjoy the full access privileges at the Downtown Athletic club, or at 45 Bistro, an eclectic fine dining experience.
If you're looking to combine the style of a bed and breakfast with the amenities of a hotel, the Planters Inn is a good choice. Formal and efficient, the inn is lodged in a 1912 brown brick structure, but inside, is nicely accented with antiques and fine furnishings. Among the pleasant charms of the inn are a well-maintained garden and an honor bar in the lobby, where guests may avail themselves of cocktails at their leisure, then simply mark their consumption in a ledger.
This home was built in 1847 by a wealthy merchant who promptly died, leaving it to his socialite widow. Resting quietly on an old brick street overhung by a canopy of ancient oaks and Spanish moss, the inn recalls Savannah's cotton boom days with great charm. Rooms are available in the house proper and in the restored carriage house, and feature oriental carpets and period antiques. The magnificent courtyard garden, site of daily breakfasts, is shaded by palms and soothed by the gentle bubbling of three dramatic fountains.
At over 200 years of age, this is Savannah's oldest and best-loved inn. Small rooms and dark halls create a very cozy, colonial atmosphere in this simple brick and clapboard house, and a prevalence of fireplaces adds to the charm. The inn is said to be haunted by the wife of the original owner. Despondent over the departure of her seafaring lover, the woman threw herself from a third-floor balcony. Legend says she now resides in room 204. The basement bar and restaurant (where another ghost puts in frequent appearances) is also a favorite with locals and visitors alike.
This elegant bed and breakfast is carved out of an 1892 oil warehouse and, despite the modern conveniences it offers, still retains much of the rustic atmosphere of bygone days. The rough masonry walls are fitted with shutters and wrought iron accents, while a veritable maze of corridors segregates eclectically shaped rooms that feature exposed timbers and old-time fixtures. Most guest rooms feature a view of the river, and all are equipped with a kitchen. Even if you plan to cook dinner in your room, don't miss the complementary wine and cheese each afternoon. If you're traveling with your pet, you will be pleased to know that the Olde Harbour Inn offers spacious pet-friendly rooms.
The newly renovated DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Savannah Historic District is bursting at the seems with amenities that are sure to made your stay luxurious. The hotel is located in Savannah's beautiful Historic District, which means that some of the city's most interesting sites are just a few minutes walk away. While at the hotel, be sure to take a dip in their heated outdoor pool and whirlpool, sample some Southern fare at John Ryan's Bistro, and kick your heals up with a complimentary chocolate chip cookie in front of the roaring fire in the lobby.
Located in historic Savannah city center, this Georgia hotel features a seasonal outdoor pool and rooms with free WiFi. River Street shops and restaurants are 2 minutes’ walk away and Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport is only 20 minutes away. A flat-screen cable TV, desk, and Keurig coffee-making facilities are featured in all rooms at this Savannah Holiday Inn. Some rooms have a small refrigerator. A fitness center, business center, and concierge services are available to all guests. The Meeting Room Restaurant and Bar offers American cuisine for breakfast and dinner as well as in-room dining. Cocktail, wine, and beer menus are available. The Savannah College of Art and Design is 1 minutes’ walk away. The hotel is also within 1.2 km of the Civil Rights Museum and 1.6 km from the The Savannah Theater.
Within walking distance of the famous River Street and surrounded by nightlife, restaurants and shopping, this Savannah hotel offers a variety of relaxing amenities, including on-site dining options. Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Historic District features free wireless internet access throughout the entire hotel. Guests can visit the hotel's concierge desk for tips on the best attractions in the city, or spend the day beside the outdoor pool. After working in the 24-hour business centre, guests can exercise in the fitness centre or use an in-room Stay Fit Kit. The great American Grill serves a breakfast buffet every morning, while room service is available for dinner. After a day of exploring, guests can relax with a beverage in the Pavilion Lounge. The hotel also offers a 24-hour convenient store that sells a variety of snacks and beverages.
Located in historic Savannah city centre, this Georgia hotel is an 1800s refurbished cotton warehouse and features a rooftop lounge. The Savannah River and the Rousakis Riverfront Plaza are 2 minutes’ walk away. Free WiFi, a flat-screen cable TV, and a desk are provided in each room at Cotton Sail Hotel Savannah Riverfront. In addition, the rooms feature 200-year-old pine hardwood floors. Some rooms have a balcony with a river or city view. A fitness centre and business centre are available to guests throughout their stays at this Savannah Cotton Sail Hotel. A 24-hour front desk, an ATM, and a convenience store are on site for guests' convenience. Emmet Park is within 1 km away. The Savannah Riverfront Hotel is also 15 minutes’ walk from the Savannah History Museum and 3 minutes’ drive from the Savannah Civic Center.
Andaz Savannah - A Concept by Hyatt is located in the heart of the Savannah Riverwalk District, 3 minutes’ walk from riverfront boutiques and restaurants along the Savannah River. Modern-style features include an outdoor pool, a farm-to-table restaurant, and free WiFi. The on-site restaurant, 22 Square, focuses on local Southern flavours and seasonal ingredients. The handcraft cocktails feature artisanal house-made liquors, syrups, and tonics. A 42-inch flat-screen TV, minibar, and snacks as well as a desk are in every room. Some rooms have a balcony with a city view, and suites include a richly coloured seating area with an overstuffed sofa. Guests can lounge on the sun terrace or for a fee, reserve poolside cabanas. The fitness centre is fully equipped with weight-lifting, climbing, and treadmill machines. Ellis Square is 104 metres from Andaz Savannah - A Concept by Hyatt, while City Market is 74 metres away. Broughton Street, which is home to Lucas Theatre and art galleries, is 2 minutes’ walk from the hotel.