About Savannah, GA Hotels
Tourism is one of Savannah’s leading industries, so it’s no wonder that the city has an impressive selection of hotels. Those seeking a quiet, romantic getaway will appreciate Savannah’s numerous bed and breakfasts, many of which are housed in restored 19th-century mansions. It’s nearly impossible to choose a B&B in Savannah because so many of them offer outstanding service and lovely amenities. Perennial favorites include the Gastonian Inn, the Foley House Inn, the Kehoe House, the Ballastone Inn, the Eliza Thompson House and the Hamilton-Turner Inn. Travelers in search of more modern digs have a number of big-name hotels from which to choose. But these hotels are not your standard, bland chains. Many of the hotels, such as the Hilton Savannah DeSoto and the Holiday Inn Historic District, incorporate unique historical elements that reflect the buildings’ pasts. Three chain hotels–the Westin Harbor Golf & Spa Resort, the Savannah Marriott Riverfront and the Hyatt Regency Savannah–overlook the Savannah River and give guests easy access to River Street and the Historic District. Several boutique hotels have popped up around the city, with favorites such as the Mansion on Forsyth Park, the Bohemian Hotel and AVIA Savannah wowing visitors with their juxtaposition of modern and historical details. These hotels seamlessly blend the charm of smaller inns with the luxuries of larger hotels. And of course, for those wanting to save a few bucks and stay outside of Savannah’s Historic District, there are numerous inexpensive, well-maintained hotels and motels, among them the Homewood Suites by Hilton and Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Midtown, both located in the city’s Southside.
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