Southern Charm guarantees Sweet Dreams in Savannah's Appealing Hotels
Southern Charm guarantees Sweet Dreams in Savannah's Appealing Hotels Savannah is a city that is known for its southern hospitality. It's not surprising that there are so many accommodations available. There are many options, from cozy B&Bs that are often found in 19th-century mansions to boutique hotels and elegant resorts with national brands, all available.
Southern Charm guarantees Sweet Dreams in Savannah's Appealing Hotels
Savannah is a city that is known for its southern hospitality. It's not surprising that there are so many accommodations available. There are many options, from cozy B&Bs that are often found in 19th-century mansions to boutique hotels and elegant resorts with national brands, all available.
The Gastonian Inn, Ballastone Inn, and Hamilton Turner are all traditional favorites. For those looking for well-known brands, you can check out riverfront favorites like the Westin Harbor Golf & Spa Resort and Savannah Marriott Riverfront.
For history buffs, the Historic District's Hilton Savannah DeSoto Historic District, Savannah Courtyard Historic District, and Holiday Inn Historic District may be more appealing.
Boutique hotels are a hit with visitors because they offer a mix of old and new. The Bohemian Hotel and the Andaz Savannah are current favorites.
1. THE BRICE
The chic Brice, a member of Kimpton Hotels, is nestled in downtown Savannah's antebellum history. It houses 145 guestrooms and suites that combine vintage charm with modern design. The rooms feature flat-screen TVs, Wi. Fi, ergonomic desk chairs, pillow-top mattresses, and flat-screen TVs. Bigelow bath amenities, organic honor bar. You can see the historic downtown from floor to ceiling through silver velour drapes. You can keep fit while on the road with a full-service gym, Pilates, in-room Yoga mats, and swimming pool. Stress relief is possible with customized massages and other body treatments in the hotel. Pacci Italian Kitchen +Bar is an Italian farmhouse-style restaurant that offers delicious Italian cuisine. The mornings offer specialty coffee drinks, smoothies, and freshly baked pastries. In the afternoons, Panini, Cicchetti, and other seasonal dishes are available. The garden courtyard is the perfect place for a romantic tete. Kimpton's tradition dictates that complimentary wine will be served in the lobby by the Master Sommier between 5 and 6 p.m. The hotel boasts nearly 6,000 square feet of indoor meeting space, which is equipped with the latest amenities and complemented by exceptional catering. The Secret Garden is a tranquil setting in a beautiful courtyard. The Brice is a pet-friendly place and will accept any breed or size of the pet at no additional cost. They even provide special amenities for pets, such as pet bowls and beds, as well as a leash and VIP (Very Important Pet) amenity. The concierge can arrange pet sitting, grooming, and walking as well as acupuncture and massage services.
2. THE MARSHALL HOUS
The Marshall House is best described as "Something old and something new." The iconic hotel was built in 1851 and reopened in 1999. It is one of Savannah's oldest hotels. Many of the original features of Marshall House are still intact, including doors, windows, and moldings from the 19th century, as well as railings, stairs, and staircases. Many guest rooms still have remnants of the hotel's earlier days, including antique claw foot tubs or wrought-iron balconies. Each of the 68 guest rooms has Wi-Fi and flat-screen LCD HDTVs mounted on walls. Additional "perks" include a complimentary deluxe continental breakfast and complimentary wine and cheese (Sunday through Thursday). You can easily access many bars, restaurants, and shops from the hotel's central Savannah location at Broughton Street. The hotel's ground floor is home to 45 Bistro, one of the best restaurants in the city.
3. HILTON SAVANNAH DESOTO
Although it may be part of a well-known chain of hotels, Hilton Savannah DeSoto Hotel is a historic hotel that was once "the" Savannah hotel for many years. The hotel is centrally located in the Historic District and close to many of the city’s most popular downtown attractions. While the 246 guestrooms offer stunning views of Savannah's skyline from their balconies, they also have modern amenities like 32-inch flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi. The hotel's lounge, the Lion's Den offers a relaxing and delicious rooftop restaurant, DeSoto Grille.
4. ANDAZ SAVANNAH - A CONCEPT BY HYATT
Andaz Savannah is surrounded by the historic charm of the Historic District. It has a trendy urban feel that perfectly blends with Southern hospitality and worldly sophistication. This chic boutique hotel has 151 rooms and suites that are beautifully decorated and offer exceptional service. The 2nd-floor terrace offers a stunning outdoor pool and a state-of-the-art fitness facility. It also features a sitting area, fire pit, and views of the urban oasis. You can stay connected with the 24-hour Business Center or free Wi-Fi throughout. Square 22 offers delicious, market-to-table Southern food. Square 22 Bar serves classic cocktails and artisan plates. You can host successful meetings or events in a variety of versatile spaces that are equipped with Wi-Fi, high-quality audio/visual equipment, and delicious cuisine.
5. FOLEY HOME INN
The Foley House Inn overlooks Savannah's Chippewa Square. It is a romantic bed & breakfast that is nestled in two historic mansions. Elegant furnishings are featured in the 19 rooms, which include large HDTVs, fireplaces in every room, and Wi-Fi. Delicious Southern-inspired breakfasts and pastries are served throughout the day. In the evenings, wine tastings are offered with delicious appetizers. Pets can be accommodated in the carriage house or garden-level rooms for an additional charge. The Foley House Inn's convenient location close to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist Church and Colonial Park Cemetery makes it a great choice for Savannah vacationers looking for a memorable getaway.
6. THE WESTIN SAVANNAH HARBOR GOLF RESORT & SPA
The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort and Spa offers unobstructed views over Downtown Savannah. It also boasts an 18-hole championship golf course and an award-winning spa. The luxurious resort is located just a short ferry ride or drives from Savannah's Historic District. It offers modern guest rooms featuring Westin's Heavenly Beds & Baths, flat-panel LCD TVs with 42 inches, and high-speed Internet access. Robert Cupp and Sam Snead designed the 18-hole championship golf course. Heavenly Spa by Westin offers a wide range of pampering services including manicures, facials, skin treatments, pedicures, and private yoga lessons. For guests who want to enjoy everything the Westin has, the Aqua Star Restaurant, Midnight Star Lounge, and Champions Grill are the ideal options.
7. KEHOE HOUSE
The Kehoe House is a charming, 13-room inn located in Savannah's Historic District. It was built in the 19th century Renaissance Revival style. Each guestroom has elegant touches, as well as luxurious European linens and private bathrooms. Some rooms have their own sitting areas or private verandas. Inn guests can enjoy a complimentary gourmet breakfast, afternoon tea, and daily wine and appetizers. The inn is centrally located overlooking Columbia Square, in the Historic District. It is also just steps from the Owens Thomas House and the Isaiah Davenport House. You can also walk to other popular spots such as Colonial Park Cemetery or the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace.
8. THE BOHEMIAN HOTEL SAVANNAH RIVERFRONT, AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION
This swanky hotel overlooks the Savannah River and features 75 rooms and suites with balconies. It combines maritime-inspired decor with 18th-century style and modern creature comforts. Luxurious decor includes HDTV, pillow-top mattresses, and coffee-makers. There is also free Wi-Fi. Some bathrooms have whirlpool bathtubs. Rocks on the Roof, an indoor-outdoor rooftop bar with signature cocktails, is the ideal vantage point to take in the sights while sipping signature drinks. Rocks on River serves American cuisine, with a southern twist. They also offer a variety of tapas-style dishes. The attractive amenities include a fully-equipped gym and ample meeting space. Bohemian welcomes pets and will accommodate dogs up to 60 lbs.
9. THE GASTONIAN
This "adults-only" B& B is located in Savannah's historic Historic District, near Forsyth Park. It is housed in two 19th-century Regency-Italianate-style mansions. The 17 rooms are elegantly decorated with antique and modern furnishings. There are also working fireplaces, private baths with claw-foot tubs, and luxury bath products. Additional touches include verandahs and chandeliers. Silver trays are served in your room for breakfast, and the kitchen is open to family-style. In the late afternoon, guests can mingle in Double Parlor while enjoying hors-d'oeuvres, wine, and desserts. A tranquil pause is provided by hidden gardens filled with seasonal flowers, boxwoods, and colorful azaleas. The garden also features a small goldfish pond, a charming swing for two, and a graceful fountain.
10. MANSION OVER FORSYTH PARK, AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION
The landmark boutique Mansion in Forsyth Park is the city’s most famous hotel and holds the AAA Four Diamond distinction. The Victorian Romanesque mansion overlooks Forsyth Park and was renovated and reopened in 2005. It boasts 125 rooms with elegant decor, luxury bedding, Wi-Fi, and other amenities such as flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, and high-end furnishings. The lobby features a Lalique chandelier, Verona marble, and Versace furniture. An art collection that includes more than 400 original pieces makes for an unforgettable experience. A full-service Poseidon Spa offers total pampering. The fitness center and swimming pool provide an opportunity for a relaxing break. The 700 Drayton restaurant offers a variety of delicious menu options and an ambiance. You can also enjoy refreshing signature cocktails and live entertainment at the Bosendorfer Lounge or Casimir's Lounges. Flexible conference space that can be used both indoors and outdoors offers many options for special events and meetings.
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