Savannah

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9
Historic District
10 reviews
Locals point with pride to the Mulberry as a sophisticated adaptation of what might've been a derelict building into a surprisingly elegant hotel. — Frommer's
9
Historic District
9 reviews
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. — Travel + Leisure
8
Historic District
10 reviews
A Kessler Collection hotel, this 18,000-square-foot Romanesque mansion, with its rounded arches and turrets, was built in 1888 facing fashionable Forsyth Park. — Gayot
8
Historic District
8 reviews
Romantics in search of a charming outpost with lots of authentic traditional touches will be happy here. — Star Service
8
Historic District
9 reviews
Luxury B&B comprising two ravishing Regency-Italianate style mansions dating back to 1868. — Frommer's
8
Downtown
8 reviews
This glamorous inner-city B&B occupies a dignified 1838 building separated from the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace... by a well-tended formal garden. — Frommer's
8
Downtown
9 reviews
Steps from City Market, the only southeastern outpost of the Hyatt’s stylish Andaz brand showed up in September 2012, bringing with it a revamped lobby and a local-focused restaurant. — Travel + Leisure
8
Historic District
7 reviews
The small Planters Inn is certainly an authentic way to experience the Historic District -- the inn's 60 rooms are decidedly Savannah, with details such as four-poster beds and dark wood accents. — Oyster
8
Historic District
7 reviews
This restored hotel, with original pine floors, woodwork, exposed brick, and swanky rooms featuring flat-screen TVs and work desks, caters to business travelers as well as families. — Fodor's
8
Historic District
7 reviews
The comfortable rooms, often with paper-thin walls, are international and modern in their feel, all with good-size bathrooms and some with balconies overlooking the atrium. — Frommer's
8
Historic District
7 reviews
The Kehoe House is quaint, historic inn housed in a beautifully restored 1892 mansion. — Oyster
8
Historic District
6 reviews
Most guests find this commendable inn delightful and the seasoned staff a fountain of knowledge and warmth. Nearby attractions, restaurants and bars are a short walk away. — Star Service
8
Greater Savannah
5 reviews
This hotel is easier to see than to reach, but well worth the effort — Star Service
8
Historic District
4 reviews
Decorated with all the care of a private home, this small B&B occupies a brick-sided house built in 1896. — Frommer's
8
Historic District
4 reviews
This upper-middle-range property sticks out as a bland chain hotel in a city known for historic charm. — Oyster
8
Downtown
4 reviews
The name of this well-managed commercial hotel still evokes a bit of glamour -- built in 1890, this hotel was for many generations the city's grandest. — Frommer's
8
Historic District
6 reviews
If night-crawls among the bars and restaurants of River Street are a priority, there is no other hotel better positioned than this one. — Frommer's
8
Historic District
5 reviews
The antique furnishings and amazing service really pamper you and allow you to feel just as elegant as your surroundings. — Afar Magazine
7
Historic District
6 reviews
This vintage hotel packs more personality into each room than your average stay. — Afar Magazine
7
Historic District
4 reviews
28 huge rooms all of which have original double-wide wood floors, exposed brick walls, soaring ceilings, slender support columns and flat-screen TVs, along with much charm and warmth to spare. — Lonely Planet
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