Finding the right hotel can make all the difference for your stay in America’s Most Haunted City. Here are some of our favorite hotels in the area, whether you are coming for a romantic vacation in Savannah, a family adventure by the coast, or a ghost tour of the South:
- Cotton Sail Hotel– A full-service boutique hotel along Savannah’s historic riverfront, the Cotton Sail offers distinctive charm and impeccable service. Exposed brick walls, reclaimed hardwood floors, and French balcony doors highlight the guestroom décor, while a sunset cocktail on the rooftop lounge can add the perfect punctuation to a sublime Savannah day.
- B Historic Savannah– Understated elegance and sleek modernity define this completely contemporary boutique hotel in the midst of historic tranquility. After a long day exploring the Victorian homes in the neighborhood, unwind by the lobby fireplace, enjoy a meal at Kitchen 320, then retire to your sleek guestroom for a restful night’s slumber.
- River Street Inn– This once cotton warehouse is now home to one of Savannah’s most prestigious hotels. Located at the edge of the Landmark District, the River Street Inn preserves the charm of yesteryear with the help of antique décor, a complementary afternoon wine and hors d’oeuvres happy hour, and homemade chocolate evening treat. Those traditional touches are coupled with modern amenities and an over-the-top customer experience.
- Hotel Tybee– Since the late 1800s, the Hotel Tybee as served as an oceanfront retreat for distinguishing travelers looking to be pampered with attentive service and upscale amenities. The beach grass-capped sand dunes are the only thing between you and the sandy serenity of the Atlantic shore. Spend the day under the sun, then watch the fireflies twinkle like so many stars in the Savannah nightline sky.
Did you know numerous Savannah hotels are local landmarks? You can also visit the graves of famous Southerners at Bonaventure Cemetery, shop at City Market, and take in a show at Lucas Theatre on your trip to Savannah. Make a point of relaxing at the original public squares in town, notably Ellis Square, Johnson Square (the first), Telfair Square, and Wright Square. If you're into architecture, explore the Owens-Thomas House and Museum and Andrew Low House; the Jepson Center for the Arts is quite exceptional as well. To relax, partake in a cruise along the Savannah River, and wine and dine on River Street afterward. Don't forget to take advantage of the "to go" cup at many Savannah drinking establishments, and enjoy craft beer or wine as you stroll through the city.
Festivals and Events
Make sure to check out the local events calendar while you are planning your Savannah vacation. Find a new favorite movie at the Savannah Film Festival in late October, cut a rug at the Savannah Music Festival in late March/early April, or be visually stunned by unique pieces at the Sidewalk Arts Festival in April. These events and others bring the city together all year-round.
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Accommodation in Savannah
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The offerings at the Ballastone Inn and the Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront, Autograph Collection may well stimulate your senses, should you be after a superior stay. If you want your dollar to go further, check out the Embassy Suites Savannah, at 605 West Oglethorpe Avenue, or the Beach House At The Dunes at Beachside Colony, located at 404a Butler Ave.