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This hotel has some wonderful assets-their friendly and courteous staff and the beautiful ornamental iron, lampposts and foliage in the main great room. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. Just a couple of negatives-the breakfast was limited and a bit disappointing. Also, the air conditioner...More
We stayed here for 2 nights during an extended summer road trip with our 2 early teen boys. The property is very well maintained, with nice Savannah typical landscaping and a New Orleans style interior lobby. The hotel is very clean and a short drive...More
This was a great place. It was so charming and clean. The room was very large and well laid out. But the best part of our stay was Victoria, who works there and was so helpful, and treated us like family. I would recommend this...More
My husband and I stayed here for the night on our way to Florida. The hotel was formerly under another name and has been remodeled in the last couple years. We had a very nice king suite with a sofa, chairs, desk, microwave and fridge....More
Found on trip advisor for a quick getaway before school. The hotel had good reviews but I was very impressed . Check in was easy, the rooms are the biggest I've ever stayed in for a two bed room and price. This will be our...More
Response from capitalistroader | Reviewed this property |
I have stayed here numerous times since it was known as the Oglethorpe Inn & Suites. There are no balconies, but it is very secure and quiet, convenient to everything, and the best value in the Midtown district. I'll be... More
I have stayed here numerous times since it was known as the Oglethorpe Inn & Suites. There are no balconies, but it is very secure and quiet, convenient to everything, and the best value in the Midtown district. I'll be staying there again on my next trip.
Response from zhillsmom | Reviewed this property |
I stayed at this hotel a year ago. Not sure if it has changed, but there is a shuttle that is run by the historic on and off trolley tour. If you buy a ticket to go on that trolley tour, the shuttle will pick you up and... More
I stayed at this hotel a year ago. Not sure if it has changed, but there is a shuttle that is run by the historic on and off trolley tour. If you buy a ticket to go on that trolley tour, the shuttle will pick you up and take you into the historic area where you then get on a trolley. The only downside is you have to be back from your trolley tour by 430pm to get the ride back to the hotel. Also, when the shuttle picks you up in the morning, there are multiple hotels it stops that before getting to the historic area. It's only about 20 minutes extra out of your time, and it didn't bother us much, but some people wer not happy. I plan on staying next month, so if I find anything out I'll let you know.