Savannah Hotel Guide
The best places to stay in Savannah are renovated antique homes in the Historic District and along the riverfront. Recent travelers also like the Historic District's bed and breakfasts, describing them as charming and stocked with modern conveniences. Both The 1895 Inn and the Amethyst Inn at Sarah's Garden earn high praise. But as the historic authenticity rises, so do the rates. To save money, consider booking your stay in one of the chain hotels scattered throughout the Historic District. Prices are also more reasonable closer to the Savannah College of Art and Design.
- Savannah's many historic bed-and-breakfasts are competitive with the hotels on price, and far outperform them on service and ambience. If you don't need a swimming pool and don't mind climbing some stairs every now and then, a B&B is usually your best bet. And of course the breakfasts are great, too!" -- Moon Travel Guides
- Across the board, Savannah hotels, most of which are located in the Historic District, are heavy on the Southern hospitality. … Properties tend to be smaller and more intimate than you would find in larger cities." -- Sherman's Travel
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