Savannah's Romantic Hotels Combine Southern Hospitality, Old World Charm and Luxury

There's no better way to keep the blush on romance than by tucking yourselves into a dreamy hotel or inn. Fortunately, Savannah has a history of romance and offers a host of selections ranging from posh boutique hotels, to cozy Bed and Breakfast establishments and quaint inns.

The Historic District is the obvious choice for venerable mansions-turned-hotels and what better place to start than with the Gastonian? Tucked into a 19th-century Regency-Italianate-style mansion near Forsyth Park, it personifies romance with rich antiques, fireplaces in each room and secluded gardens - and it's for adults only.

Other sweet picks in the Historic District are the Ballastone Inn, the Kehoe House and Hamilton-Turner Inn, all of which offer luxury, excellent service and delicious breakfasts.

For something more modern, the swanky Bohemian Hotel overlooking the Savannah River houses 75 stylish rooms and suites - some with balconies - and maritime-inspired décor with 18th-Century style and modern amenities.

The Marshall House - the city's oldest hotel - is another good choice as it is romantic and also has easy access to some of the city's best restaurants, bars and shops.



A former red-brick 19th-century cotton warehouse on the banks of the Savannah River is home to the Cotton Sail. The refined, 56-room boutique hotel draws its name from its history, paying tribute to it with touches such as 200-year-old hardwood...  Read More

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Something old, something new best describes the charming Marshall House. Built in 1851 and restored and reopened in 1999, the iconic hotel has the distinction of being Savannah's first hotel. Many of the Marshall House's original features remain...  Read More

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Opulent décor showcases the 13-room inn tucked into a 19th-century Renaissance Revival mansion located in Savannah's Historic District. Rooms feature luxe European linens, elegant furnishings and modern amenities. Some rooms offer separate...  Read More



Located just one block from the beach on the secluded north tip of Tybee Island, this charming inn - built in 1902 - was once part of the Fort Screven Hospital. Restored over the years, it still maintains a touch of its history with original...  Read More



Located by the Savannah River, this swanky boutique hotel offers 75 stylish rooms and suites - some with balconies - blending opulent 18th-Century décor with modern-day amenities. Easy access to some of Savannah's most popular attractions...  Read More



With a prime location in Downtown Savannah, the Mansion on Forsyth Park is one of the city's crown jewels. Housed in a magnificently restored Victorian Romanesque mansion overlooking Forsyth Park, the hotel features a striking lobby accented...  Read More

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Nestled amid magnificent magnolias and live oaks in the Historic District's Lafayette Square, the Hamilton-Turner Inn has hosted many of Savannah's movers and shakers since it was built in 1873. The boutique hotel has 17 beautifully decorated...  Read More

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Touted as "Savannah's Most Romantic Inn," the Ballastone is tucked into one of the Historic District's 19th-century buildings and is a treasure trove of period antiques and authentic reproductions. Built as a private residence in 1838, it was...  Read More

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The Gastonian
Photo courtesy of Kehoe House


Housed in two 19th century Regency-Italianate style mansions in the heart of Savannah's charming Historic District near Forsyth Park, this "adults-only" B&B offers the perfect romantic escape. Seventeen elegantly decorated rooms boast unique -...  Read More


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