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Some of the best Savannah Hotels reside in the Historic District, which is complete with shopping, southern seafood joints and amazing river views. Walk down the cobblestone streets, and enjoy a relaxing stay at these luxurious retreats.
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Four stories of old architecture make for stunning curb appeal along Broughton Street in the historic district. It’s in the ideal location, being only minutes from River Street. Original features have been frozen in time, for example, the 19th century doors, windows and other period fixtures like the antique claw-foot tubs. Relax on the large wrought iron balcony, and enjoy a wine and cheese reception Thursday and Sunday, with a historical tour.
No need for a car here, borrow one of the hotel’s bikes to truly see the area up close. Wake up to French press coffee while lounging in the modern elegant setting. This four star boutique hotel also has plenty of perks for your pooch. However the bricked courtyard with greenery, comfy furniture and string lights may be the coolest part.
Near Forsyth Park, The Gastonian is a southern dream with fantastic landscape. Through the day, complimentary wine and snacks are served. But the biscuits—holy smokes, they are heaven, so you have to try those.
Planters Inn has amazing views of Reynolds Square Park. Azaleas sprawl throughout the property, adding to the undeniable charm. Next door is the famous Pink House, which serves up awesome southern fare— pecan pie is a must! All of the rooms have maintained an antique appearance, making everything feel authentic.
This Grande Victorian-Romanesque structure certainly qualifies as a mansion, with a dash of glamour. Statement headboards, an airy coloring scheme, chandelier lighting and a spa make for a lavish getaway.
In the late 1800’s this building was a cotton warehouse. Now operating as a top hotel, The Cotton Sail also has an amazing roof top bar. Inside you’ll find 200 year old heart of pine floors. What makes them even cooler is that they’re from the roof of the factory.
Olde Harbour Inn sets conveniently on River Street, and has been a standing structure since 1812. Ice cream is delivered every night, which is a really cute perk. Breakfast features an amazing Southern Grits “Bar” with cheese, bacon, tomatoes and chives. The entire breakfast costs $9.95 a person.
The Hamilton-Turner is located on the Lafayette Square, and houses 17 guestrooms, and cozy fireplaces here and there. A Gourmet southern breakfast, snacks and wine are special additions.
This is where you go when you crave some funky vibes with history—Hotel Indigo is a fun place to stay. A massive mural on the side of the building was contributed by local art students, and it’s totally eye catching and cool.