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Dresser Palmer House vs The Marshall House

Both hotels are praised by professional travelers. On balance, The Marshall House is the choice of most reviewers compared to Dresser Palmer House. The Marshall House scores 84 with praise from 7 reviewers like Oyster, Star Service and Travel + Leisure.

Dresser Palmer House
7 / 10
211 East Gaston Street, Savannah, GA 31401
From $179 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Free Breakfast
  • Concierge
  • Free Parking
  • Meeting Rooms
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Frommer's
"Today the unified building bears the distinction of having the city's longest and most stately front porch." Full review
Oyster
Mid-Range
"A charming, historic bed and breakfast. ... The location in the Historic District is hard to beat, and for guests who prefer southern hospitality...this is one of the best bets in the area." Full review
Fodor's
"This rambling Italianate townhouse from the late 19th century is a standout for its ornate exterior, relaxing front porch, and comfortable ambiance" Full review
The Marshall House
8 / 10
123 E Broughton St, Savannah, GA 31401
From $107 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Free Breakfast
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
  • Restaurant
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Fodor's
"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." Full review
Oyster
Upper-middle-range
"Savannah's oldest hotel is a wonderful pick, with a great location in the heart of the Historic District and elegant rooms that feature gorgeous architectural details." Full review
Star Service
"Located inland from the superior riverside Bohemian, this is one of the best of the larger old-fashioned inns in the historic center, a four-story, sandblasted, New Orleans-style brick edifice." Full review
Gayot
"Although it's partnered with some of Savannah's most elegant bed-and-breakfast inns, the Marshall House really is a small boutique hotel."
Frommer's
"Some aspects of this hotel -- especially the second-story cast-iron veranda -- might remind you of a 19th-century hotel in the French Quarter of New Orleans." Full review
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