Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

102 West Bay St, Savannah, Georgia, 31401, United States

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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
10%
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Poor
4%
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Terrible
1%
8

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 37% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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    Truly Elegant Boutique Hotel

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    This is a very atmospheric hotel, giving the feel of an 1700's sailing ship. Lots of dark wood, colored glass. leather, etc. Check-in is at a sit down desk instead of a walk up counter. Doormen are always present and actually do their job, every time.

    The restaurant/bar on the roof is an excellent place to enjoy Savannah's activity, whether you are on Bay street or the River side. The menus is tapas-style and on the expensive side.
    when you walk in from Bay St you are on the 4th floor of the hotel. The restaurant is on the 1st floor, entering from River St. Early morning deliveries are made on the River St side so try to get a room on an upper floor if noised easily disturb you.

    Unique Quality: Getting a River-view room is practically a 'must' if staying at this hotel. Being able to see the water and the ships going up and down the river is the reason why you're in a riverfront hotel. Some but not all have little balconies as well.

    Directions: Between Bay St and River St.

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Bus Travel Safe?

by Milaandra

We're on an extreme budget, so we're staying at a budget chain hotel on Al Henderson. To avoid parking problems, we figured we would just take the looooong bus ride to downtown, as the bus stops right at the hotel.

Is this safe? (My 36 year old husband and my...um...er...slightly older self)

We might hit one or two of the jazz/blues lounges...like the one in the Olde Pink House and/or Hannah's and/or Savannah Blues. For that we would drive. Is that safe?

RE: Bus Travel Safe?

by brkilbourne

It will take you alittle more than an hour by city bus to downtown if there is one(transfers to). If the hotel provides a shuttle it would be 30 minutes. I would suggest parking at the visitors center on MLK BLVD. Parking garages run from 5 to 10 dolloars a day.

Travel Tips for Savannah

Chippewa Square~ Forest Gump's bench

by Pawtuxet

As I mention elsewhere the city seems to identify its neighborhoods by which square is the closest to it. In this case, we found several interesting shops and cafes near the Chippewa Square. There were coffee house frequented by lots of college kids, a cigar store, and I enjoyed the Savannah Art Works... where I found yet another pair of earrings to add to my vast collection. Everything was made by local artists... of which there are a zillion because of the art and design school which dominates the district.
This is the neighborhhod where you would find the little British Pub named Six Pence. (see my restaurant tips)
Incidentally, Chippewa Square is where Forrest Gump's bench was placed during the filming of the popular movie by the same name.

Drinking...

by jenp057

People in Savannah love to drink - most bars stay open 'til at least 12 a, Sun. - Thurs. and 3 a, on Fri. & Sat.

Go on - walk outside with an an alcoholic drink in a plastic cup (16 oz.)! It's legal :)

For some general info, visit the site below:

Afternoon tea, southern style, at the Gryphon

by jbel2879

The Gryphon Tea Room is right in the heart of downtown Savannah, on the edge of some cute square (I'm terrible with names). Regardless, it's on Bull Street. The visit is worth it for the decor alone. Fabulous tiffany lamps, brass and oak bar fixtures, a huge glass ceiling panels - it's absolutely gorgeous. They have a sizable collection of different teas, and will just brew you a pot or will do the whole enchilada of afternoon tea. It was too hot for coddled cream and such so I just got a pot and my friend got a cool drink.

The tea was quite good and well brewed. The service was a little snippy. Just ignore them, it adds to the ambience.

TIP: walk around the area taking in the townhouse architecture to build up your appetite for smoky seductive tea. Savannah is so cool.

River St in Savannah buzzes at...

by littlebush

River St in Savannah buzzes at night at the weekend. Savannah has a high student population with the nearby University so at the weekends its packed with young 'up for it' people! Check out 'Wet Willies', 'The bar', 'The Zoo', 'Deja Groove'.

Where the Elite Eat in Thier Barefeet

by myway5510 about Crab Shack

Heading out of Savannah and towards the beaches is the world famous Crab Shack. This resturant looks like something out of an old south movie, right on the water and almost in ruins. The food is wonderful and the service friendly. Definitely don't miss this one!
Please please please do not confuse with the chain Joe's Crab Shack Crabs of course!

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