All cities offer hotels, but Savannah offers travelers unique places to stay that you don’t find in many other US cities; Urban Resorts and B&Bs.
Travelers don’t need a car to enjoy Savannah. The numerous squares create a fine environment to casually walk or even take one of the numerous established Savannah walking tours. And it is always nice to be able to walk home after dinner or drinks and spend the night in a unique hotel experience.
Savannah offers visitors the option to stay in a (B&B) bed and breakfast that offers the charm of the colonial era or an urban resort the offers a luxurious oasis still within reach of the main city streets.
On the other side of the Savannah River, on land still, part of Georgia (normally across the Savannah River in South Carolina) visitors can select a Conde Nast reader’s award-winning resort. Listed as a top Resort & Spa, the urban retreat provides easy access to the nightlife of Savannah along with the quiet, comfort, and luxury travelers come to expect from the Westin name.
Either a round of golf on the attached course or some hours at the Spa, guests can truly relax and enjoy the day. The course, home to the Champion Tour Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf, provides guests the option for 18 on a course professionals play. Or in the clubhouse itself, guests can also enjoy one-hour massages or full-day treatments.
Although guests don’t need to leave the grounds for any meal especially with the Aqua Star restaurant (its Sunday Jazz Brunch is not to be missed) a water taxi shuttles guests across the river. Frequent, efficient, and free the transportation takes guests from the hotel to the famed River Street of Savannah.
The Presidents’ Quarters Inn
Another option for visitors, those looking to soak up more of the historic Savannah charm are the numerous Bed & Breakfasts. At James Oglethorpe Square, the square named for the city’s founder visitors can find the Presidents’ Quarters Inn. Both historic and charming, the Inn provides the comfort and serenity of a country B&B in the heart of the city.
Spacious and refreshing rooms enable guests to return to a different time, a simpler time. And the evening wine and cheese offering from 5pm-630pm provides the perfect place to relax after a day of business or leisure in town to plan for dinner in Savannah. And while guests converse, the staff takes breakfast orders to capture what time, where (guests can eat in the room) and whether it’s for a simple continental or the daily chef special for breakfast. All delicious.
So when making plans to visit Savannah travelers can choose more than just a hotel. Guests can find the modern comforts of an award-winning urban resort or southern hospitality of a B&B all in walking distance to the city’s main attractions. Yes, Savannah offers unique places to stay.