- Reviews: 1617
apartment rental... short term: A lucky find
My son's company sent him for a month long training at the airport in Savannah. Rather than stay in a hotel for a month, he found a short term apartment rental in the historic district. How could I resist his invitation to visit for a long weekend? It actually turned out to be less expensive for the company than if he had stayed in a hotel. This way we could feel part of the neighborhood, have two bedrooms, living room, kitchen, and all the trappings. If you expect to be in Savannah for more than a few days you might explore this possibility. There are a number of Bed And Breakfast options as well. A little Google searching can take you to some wonderful places.
Our entrance was thru the gate at the side garden....also included a pic of the street scene. Want to rent this one?
Check out the site where he found this rental.
It will show you a map and then you click on a quadrant to get the rentals in that area. He was near Lafayette Square...on East Jones St. There is a virtual tour of the apartment.
- Reviews: 773
Hyatt Hotels and Resort: Hyatt Hotels and Resort
Private floating dock and heliport.
Rating AAA 3 Diamond
Free full breakfast, free newspaper, indoor pool, restaurant and bar.
- Reviews: 77
There are a wide range of...
There are a wide range of hotels and motels in Savannah, several in the river area... convenient for shops, eateries and pubs.I did not spend any nights in Savannah, so I cannot say any more on this subject. There did seem to be some upscale accomodations near the river district.
- Reviews: 325
Full amenities, all inclusive; the best massage I've EVER had; dress for dinner, collect shells on the beach; expect to be pampered. Great golf facility. Beautiful beach with shells.
- Reviews: 2338
Howard Johnsons: Howard Johnsons
This was in the days of the familiar orange roof. These days, they have changed their logo and are right much like the other hotel chains. In 1978, Howard Johnsons was as famous for their ice cream as they were for their orange roofs.
- Reviews: 136
The Westin Hotel is one of the...
The Westin Hotel is one of the best hotels in Savannah. It is located North of the Savannah river with views to Savannah bridge and Savannah downtown area directly accross the river. Rooms that are facing the bridge and the downtown district are more expensive. Beaware that there are much cheaper ways to stay in Savannah or surrounding area. You can also book a hotel on Tybee island which is a 20 minute ride to and from downtown Savannah.
- Reviews: 5929
Savannah International Youth...
Savannah International Youth Hostel.
The double was $38 a night. I think dorm space was $15.
This funky old house just on the edge of the historic district was a welcome sight when we found ourselves stranded in Savannah for a few days more than planned.
Though we had a nicer and less expensive place about 15 miles north in South Carolina, we found ourselves unable to get back there and the hostel was a lifesaver. It's got a cool counter culture ambience and certainly the least expensive place in a decidedly upscale town as far as accomodation goes.
- Reviews: 1132
The YHA hostel in Savannah is...
The YHA hostel in Savannah is the only hostel in town but its ok, clean and with all the necessary facilities, although it does have 'lock out' hours in the day from i think 11am until 5pm which means that you have to keep yourself amused all day long!
- Reviews: 1
The Confederate House: Shady Owner
Mrs. Williams is known as quite a shady character here in Savannah. If you think the Confederate Inn is run down please ask her about the other family business, she runs, a crime ridden boarding house located at 38th and Drayton. Or about her past associtation with Tiffany's Escort Service. If you like the eccentric, being threanted or maybe sued if you cross Mrs. Williams then a stay at the C.H. might be for you.
- Reviews: 37
Best Western Promenade: Very good deal with friendly service
I was booked at this hotel through the hotwire website. The cost through hotwire was about $55 for a double room (of course, you're not told the hotel name until after you book). It's in a very central location, just a one minute walk from River Street and City Market. The hotel is newly remodeled and the room we stayed in was very plush and looked more expensive than what we were paying for it.
Very friendly front desk service. If you need maps, they will give you maps for free.
Free internet and printer access is provided in the lobby. I believe there's also breakfast, but we always woke up too late for it, and there are many inexpensive cafes and restaurants just a short walk from the hotel.
- Reviews: 1
Masters Inn Savannah-Garden City: DUMP!dump!DUMP!run.
One we had a terrible time finding this, due to the CONSTRUCTION in the front of the place. Then we checked in, were told to park at the end of the building, had to walk the hole length of the building because the room was at the other end! Could have parked right in front of the door. Opened the door and the hallway was opressive! it was so hot and no air movement, and we wont begin to discuss the smell. Opened the room, I have to say it is the only hotel I have ever been in that i wanted to KEEP my shoes on! It was terrible, and after 3 days there we never had the beds made or sheets changed.
I will never stay in this place again.
oh the tons of feral cats outside the building were a pluss, not mice or rats to be seen.
- Reviews: 1
Catherine Ward House Inn: Not a true B&B
I can not, unfornuately, recommend the Catherine Ward House to anyone. Upon arrival we were given keys to our room and a banging noise was come from the roof. I notified the innkeeper immediately and he didn't believe me, so I had him come check for himself. He said "Oh, that's the dog upstairs". He said he would take care of it and he did. Upon arrival we were also told not to walk two blocks to our left or one block to our right. When opened our balcony door realized why, we were in the middle of the ghetto. We stayed in the "The Carriage House Suite" room. Which was a house off to itself at $260 per night. It was definately not worth it. It was furnished with what appeared to garage sale junk instead of true antiques. Also, we did not sleep well because of the street lights coming through the window at night. Lastly, we were charged a telephone fee (we didn't use the phone once) and a credit card fee (who charges credit card fees these days). When I complained I was told that I was a problem and to leave the property. What a rip-off.
- Reviews: 5
The Park Avenue Manor: B&B, Inn and small hotel heaven!
One word--Affordable. Its a word quickly on the outs in Savannah. But Kathy and Murray who run this small inn of 6 rooms will love you and show you the way of Savannah for sure. It has some decorating issues leftover from the previous owner who must've thought John Waters WAS divine but its liveable and the new ownership is upping things there one day at a time. But the place is in great proximity to beautiful Forsyth Park, the area's best local coffeehouse and health food store and two doors down is a way old African Baptist church...not to mention a funeral home just down the way. But its not noticeable unless you just want too. Anyway, this is a well rounded opportunity for the saavy traveler that wants all things yet for the "right" price.
Cute fun courtyard. Laundry facility. Full breakfast that is the bomb. Central as you'll get yet offset for the off-the-beaten path types.
- Reviews: 3
Tybee Island Resort: Tybee Island Resort
My stay was with a friend who owned a time share - single rates are available but I am not sure at what cost.
Our suite was well equipped with a jacuzzi tub, kitchen, sleeping accomadations for 5, and all entertainment needs (from tv to board games) excluding stereo. The suite had a balcony view overlooking the ocean. I am generally the roughin' it in a tent type. But if you are looking for a lush relaxing resort. This is the place!
- Reviews: 812
Andaz: Modern, Centrally Located
One of the newer hotels in the Historical downtown area, it was part of the Ellis Square rehabilitation project. It is part of the same building as the Ellis Sq. public parking garage.
The lobby is very sleek and modern. A complementary welcome drink is offered when checking in and the snacks and drinks (except alcohol) in the mini-bar are on the house as well. The central location makes walking to River St, Market St, Broughton St, and many of the Squares possible.
The rooms are very ample and the beds comfortable, the bathrooms are somewhat spartan- there is no door or curtain for the shower.
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