Hotels in Savannah

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Just a couple of blocks from the river, the 151-room Andaz Savannah is an outpost of one of Hyatt’s younger brands. The interiors are sophisticatedly... Read More

At the Ballastone Inn, an Italianate mansion three blocks from the waterfront, rooms have canopied poster beds and mahogany armoires. Read More

Part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, the property plays up its location by the river with interior design that suggests the interior of a historic... Read More

This late-19th-century former cotton warehouse overlooking the Savannah River is one of the most noteworthy survivors of the city’s shipping past. Now a... Read More

Grand historic town houses are what Savannah does best. Stay at one by booking a room in the converted section of the Eliza Thompson House. There’s an... Read More

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... Read More

One of the largest hotels along Savannah’s river, this seven-story property has a cavernous atrium lobby, granite floors, and glass elevators. But the... Read More

This Kimpton property is in line with the brand’s tradition of utilizing quirky spaces—the building was a former Coca-Cola bottling plant. This hotel is... Read More

This dramatic red-brick and terra-cotta 19th-century structure is a near-perfect example of the Southern Gothic architecture that Savannah is famous for... Read More

Located in a building that dates back to 1851, the Marshall House received a complete renovation in 1999. Many of its most impressive features remain... Read More

This traditional bed-and-breakfast, housed in a pair of mid-19th-century town houses, has just 16 rooms. Each is named after an American president,... Read More

Located in a former cotton warehouse, the well-priced River Street Inn has exposed brickwork, hefty wooden beams, and hardwood floors with that... Read More

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