The “room” which was actually an apartment was gorgeous! The owners even left us water and a delicious bottle of wine. It was close to everything! The owner told us all the fun places to see and eat. My husband and I had a wonderful time and will definitely try and stay again on our next visit.
Oct 22 - Oct 23
Wonderful staff, beautiful property. Can't wait to go back.
Nov 5 - Nov 6
As a kid, I grew up in Atlanta. I now live in the Northeast. It was wonderful to experience the "Old South" both in the food for breakfast, Tea at 4pm and Cookies before "goodnight". The Dining room furniture was so much like my Grandmother's. The back patio was perfect to get out of the heat and ...
Nov 4 - Nov 5
David at the front desk was wonderful. We also enjoyed Mallory and Jennifer. Everyone was helpful and kind. We were pampered and located right at the heart of the historic district. Local great restaurants and sights.
Nov 5 - Nov 6
On the river! We enjoyed the amount of space we had in our room. It was more like an apartment that is Tastefully decorated. The lounge offered complimentary wine and cheese every evening and before bed, they served a Klondike bars to your room. Awesome!
Great location, beautiful property, kind owners. My husband and I stayed for a convention and had a MUCH better experience than our colleagues who stayed at the convention location. We loved the Inn and highly recommend it!
Oct 28 - Oct 29
Find a great Savannah inn
If you’re on the lookout for a place to stay in Savannah that sports special touches and décor but is less costly than a bed and breakfast, rent a room at an inn. Whether you’re staying for a day, a week or a month, Orbitz has a great selection of super-comfy Savannah inns to choose from.
Pick the right inn for you
The most popular hotel inns in Savannah merge the convenience of an inn with many of the standard features of a hotel. Think pools and gyms, without the hefty price tag.
You’ll find Savannah inns are located in all sort of convenient neighborhoods, making them a great option for those traveling on four wheels. They can also offer a tasty breakfast and hearty dinner, saving you the time and effort it would take to find good eats in a new place.
If you want a space filled with loads of personality and a good helping of hospitality to boot, look out for historic inns. Privately owned with an exclusive number of rooms, you’ll receive a more personalized stay, much like a boutique hotel. No matter what type of inn you choose, you’re sure to enjoy unique experiences you won’t find anywhere else.