GREAT hotel with river views, free coffee and tea in room and in lobby, southern hospitality at its best. Only steps away from M Cafe and a bazillion sea food restaurants and shops. Also the best place to catch the trolley for a hop on hop off trip around the city. A free ferry takes you to the island across the river or to the ends of the river walk. If you get too tired walking, you can just hitch a ride back on the water ferry. We also walked over to City Hall for a free tour of the renovated building. So interesting! Oh, and free wine or champagne and cheese and snacks from 5-6:30 every night!
Traveller from New Mexico
Housed in a former 19th-century cotton warehouse, River Street Inn is within a 10-minute walk of City Market, Telfair Museum …More
Great location in historic Savannah. Easy walk to beautiful neighborhoods, parks and restaurants. The hotel has a fun, hip vibe and the staff were very pleasant. But the room was in disrepair and there wasn't much attention to detail by the staff. The room wasn't carefully stocked (ie. no toilet paper or soap; had to ask for it).
I would stay here again, and I would recommend it as a place to stay. Just don't expect a 5 star experience. It was perfectly adequate and pleasant with a great location and a nice staff.
Traveller from Santa Barbara, CA
Located in Historic Downtown, this hotel is steps from Savannah History Museum, Battlefield Park, and Savannah Visitor …More
"Perfect location. Facilities may be a bit tired."
This hotel boasts the perfect location. It is right next to fine dining, shops, the market, and public transportation. I recommend this hotel, with one caveat; the facilities are a bit tired. By that, I'm not referring to the decor, I am talking about the beds. Our mattress was literally in the shape of a banana and I woke up with a sore back. There are many noises which come from the infrastructure also which have the potential to disturb your sleep.
The many restaurants, boutiques, and galleries at Savannah's City Market are 3 blocks from the Planters Inn; riverboat …More
I really liked this place. It felt like you were really living in a historical time period for a few days. The bed was very comfortable and sheets/ bedding were soft. The staff was exceptional- they were very kind and accommodating. Great place for those looking for more than your typical hotel.
Traveller from atlanta
Located in Historic Downtown, this inn is steps from Davenport House Museum, Columbia Square, and Owens-Thomas House …More
Great river views, very charming. I have stayed here before, and will stay again. I booked through Expedia this time, and although the listing says they have a continental breakfast, they do not. Nice restaurant downstairs, cool rooftop bar, but no breakfast. There are options nearby, though.
Traveller from Acworth, GA
Located in Historic Downtown, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Franklin Square and Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum …More
Savannah’s charm is visible in the downtown’s squares, Spanish moss-covered live oaks, and its abundance of historic buildings, such as the Andrew Low House. Along the Savannah River, musicians, galleries, and shops compete for attention on River Street, while iron bridges and cobblestone attract visitors to Factor’s Walk. The art scene flourishes, thanks in part to the Savannah College of Art & Design.