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The room was amazing. Everything was pretty much new and quiet. When I stayed there, there was construction going on in the front lobby so I don't know what the new product looks like. However, I am sure it looks amazing.
This hotel is comfortable with a staff that exemplifies Southern hospitality. The location put us between the historic district ;easy walk to the squares, and the restaurants and shops of the city market area. It is also on the same block as the new and...More
We enjoyed staying in this hotel. All the staff were very friendly and helpful when we asked questions. The room we had was recently renovated and had a very modern contemporary feel. The ladies who looked after the breakfast room did a great job keeping...More
This is a great hotel to stay at because it's out of the main Bay Street noise area. You can still walk to everything. Their valet costs you $20 a night, seems to be the going rate. You can park on the street by the...More
This was a last minute booking after we arrived in Savannah. Our pre-booked reservation for the property had disappeared and we had no place to stay. The manager looked after us wonderfully. The suite was wonderful - quiet, comfortable, and extraordinarily clean. We ordered in...More
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The hotel is about 15+ miles away from the hotel, but they do not have a shuttle. You will need a taxi, "limo service" or a rental car. If you are staying in the historic district and that is your focus and you are able to... More
The hotel is about 15+ miles away from the hotel, but they do not have a shuttle. You will need a taxi, "limo service" or a rental car. If you are staying in the historic district and that is your focus and you are able to walk up 6-10 blocks you won't need a car. The historic district is much better appreciated by walking though it.