Savannah

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The Kimpton Brice Hotel
9
Historic District
10 reviews
Modern rooms have playful swatches of color, while the hotel's entrance and lobby feels like it could accommodate a cool club. — Lonely Planet
The Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront, Autograph Collection
9
Historic District
9 reviews
This Kessler Collection addition to its Savannah's hotel inventory seems to fit in with the city's eighteenth-century cobblestone character while raising the bar on comfort. — Gayot
Mansion on Forsyth Park, Autograph Collection
8
Historic District
10 reviews
The Mansion on Forsyth Park is arguably one of the best -- and most special -- hotels in town, with a wonderful art collection... and a popular restaurant on-site. — Oyster
Hamilton-Turner Inn
8
Historic District
8 reviews
Just steps from...Lafayette Square, the inn has 17 individually designed guestrooms which may contain 11-foot windows, antique four-poster beds, claw-foot tubs, and private entrances. — Travel + Leisure
The Gastonian
8
Historic District
9 reviews
Comprised of two historic mansions surrounded by lush foliage, the historic Gastonian has the B&B feel down to a tee. — Oyster
Ballastone Inn
8
Downtown
8 reviews
Now it’s acclaimed as a particularly romantic getaway, with 19th-century period details. — Insight Guides
Andaz Savannah
8
Downtown
9 reviews
The location overlooking Ellis Square, two blocks from the river, can't be beat. The restaurant serves farm-to-table breakfast and dinner. — Fodor's
Planters Inn
8
Historic District
7 reviews
Numerous period-style touches in the 60 rooms (including one suite) range from four-poster rice beds to fireplaces. — Gayot
The Marshall House
8
Historic District
7 reviews
Although it's partnered with some of Savannah's most elegant bed-and-breakfast inns, the Marshall House really is a small boutique hotel. — Gayot
Hyatt Regency Savannah
8
Historic District
7 reviews
Offering the closest riverfront rooms in town, this hotel is a study in modernity amid the history of River and Bay streets. — Fodor's
The Kehoe House - A Boutique Inn
8
Historic District
7 reviews
Couples are the target clientele here, though weddings and their hangers-on are second on the list. — Star Service
Eliza Thompson House, Historic Inns of Savannah
8
Historic District
6 reviews
Afternoon wine, cheese, and appetizers and, later, luscious evening desserts and sherry are served in the atmospheric main parlor of this fine town house. — Fodor's
The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa
8
Greater Savannah
5 reviews
Savannah's largest hotel is in a 16-story blockbuster format that rises somewhat jarringly from what were until the late 1990s sandy, scrub-covered flatlands on the swampy far side of the river. — Frommer's
Foley House Inn
8
Historic District
4 reviews
Comprising a very charming brick building and a smaller carriage house in back, the Foley House exudes classic southern charm and warmth. — Star Service
Marriott Savannah Riverfront
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
The DeSoto
8
Downtown
4 reviews
Hotel guests enjoy the best views of any hotel in the historic district, and the hotel stands atop a site of an American Revolution battle and later military barracks. — Star Service
River Street Inn
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
Presidents' Quarters Inn
8
Historic District
5 reviews
This traditional bed-and-breakfast, housed in a pair of mid-19th-century town houses, has just 16 rooms — Travel + Leisure
The Thunderbird Inn
7
Historic District
6 reviews
Although it's within a 5-minute walk from the edge of Savannah's Historic District, the Sputnik-era architecture of this "hip hotel" makes it seem a world away. — Frommer's
East Bay Inn
7
Historic District
4 reviews
The small, historic East Bay Inn is located smack dab in the middle of Savannah's Historic District, and caters to older clientele who can appreciate its feeling of a bygone era. — Oyster
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