The Coziest Hotels in Savannah

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Savannah is known as a romantic, charming Southern destination. When visiting Savannah, the history of the city if noticeable while comfort and hospitality come first. Choose from these boutique hotels when you book your stay.

Central Location

Hilton Savannah DeSoto offers a central locale in the Historic District with a contemporary feel. The 246 rooms come with Serenity beds, balconies, and ergonomic chairs. The hotel grounds are decorated with garden and local art work. On-site amenities include the rooftop bar, sundeck pool, and 24 hour business center. Guests can walk to the multiple city attractions in the downtown area or take the free public shuttle. The hotel offers exclusive tour packages to its guests and seasonal specials when booking.

Modern Riverfront Stay

Stay along the Savannah River when you book a room at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront. The rooms come with luxurious bedding, Bath & Body Works toiletries, and refrigerators at a budget cost. The on-site restaurant Blue offers meals throughout the day. Guests can sip on specialty cocktails at the Atrium Bar or get pampered at Magnolia Spa. Shopping and other cultural attractions are in close walking distance. Room rates begin at $150 per night.

Historic Charm at a Budget

If you are looking for history and to stay in a charming historic accommodation, choose the East Bay Inn. The rooms offer comfort with king size beds, separate living rooms, and some even come with beautiful exposed, brick walls. Upgrade to suites that have private patios or choose a pet-friendly room. The Skyler Restaurant on-site offers continental breakfasts. Every evening from Sunday through Thursday, there is a cocktail reception for guests that includes wine and cheese hors d’oeuvres. Rates are found in the mid $100’s per night.

Small & Cozy

Kehoe House is an independent bed and breakfast which was originally built in 1892. The rooms are named after famous, historic Savannah residents and keep the 1800’s style alive. On-site guests can enjoy the parlor room, music room, and the veranda. The hotel offers “Made to Order” options which include breakfasts, coffee, wine, cookies, and other small bites. Kehoe House is nearby Broughton Street where guests can go out for dining and activities. The hotel is Adults-Only and is available for weddings and romantic stays. Special packages are offered at times.

Luxury for a Low Price

The Marshall House offers luxury services at a budget price. All rooms come with refrigerators, two bathrobes, complimentary bottled water, and WiFi. Upgrade to a suite for a balcony, living room area, and large bathtubs. Deluxe continental breakfast is served on-site daily and is included with every booking. Nightly from Sunday through Thursday is a History Talk held at 6pm along with wine and cheese. Guests can explore the downtown area and many attractions nearby on foot. Prices remain low under $200 per night even in high season.

Whether you are looking for a historical feel, modern amenities, or a place on a budget, these hotels will meet your needs when visiting Savannah.

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