Savannah + The Coast
Hotels in Savannah + The Coast
These 33 former fishing bungalows are painted in colors bright enough to make Lilly Pulitzer smile. The airy houses—many of which were recently renovated by designer Jane Coslick—have floor-to-ceiling windows and screened-in porches.
Genteel lodge with 40 country-style rooms and on-site access to a legendary golf course. A bagpiper roams the grounds every evening.
Made famous by its mention in John Berendt’s Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, this Second Empire mansion was first built as a private residence in 1873. Just steps from the Cathedral of St.
St. Simons, the largest of Georgia's four Golden Isles, is distinguished from its neighbors by the more-than-century-old lighthouse that stands on the island's southern end. For a good view of this iconic and still-functioning landmark, stay at St.
At the Ballastone Inn, an Italianate mansion three blocks from the waterfront, rooms have canopied poster beds and mahogany armoires.
Situated on historic River Street, the highly trafficked cobblestoned thoroughfare fronting the Savannah River, the Bohemian is perhaps best known for having the city’s only rooftop bar.
Formerly the Avia
Housed in a renovated 1888 Victorian Romanesque mansion, this Kessler boutique hotel sits on the edge of Forsyth Park, less than two miles from River Street and City Market.
Long a favorite of the East Coast Establishment; the 1928 Mediterranean-style mansion is set on more than 1,000 acres of a barrier island beach.