The hotel was beautiful and the location was convenient. The only thing that gave us a problem was that they have no handicapped facilities. You would think that at least a couple of rooms would have handicapped bathrooms.
The many restaurants, boutiques, and galleries at Savannah's City Market are 3 blocks from the Planters Inn; riverboat …More
Very central location. However, Broughton St. seems to be going through transition. Plenty of open/under construction retail takes away from the southern charm you might expect from Savannah. The hotel/B&B is very cool. Staff was very welcoming and courteous. Rooms are a bit small, but it is to be expected in a southern B&B. Overall a great experience.
Traveller from Philadelphia, Pa.
Located in Historic Downtown, this historic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Savannah Center for Fine Art and Forsyth Park …More
Our trip was most enjoyable touring museums, art galleries, historical homes, and national parks. Fort Pulaski is in beautiful condition along with a delightful and informative staff. We used the Trolley tour, it was reasonably priced, clean and with informative staff. We also used DOT bus system free of cost. Limited number of local youth on bus less impressive being vulgar, other passengers very helpful and pleasant.
Traveller from VA and WA
Housed in a former 19th-century cotton warehouse, River Street Inn is within a 10-minute walk of City Market, Telfair Museum …More
The stay at the hotel was awesome. The staff was awesome. The room was nice. The only issue I had was the bed was a little too hard for me but other it was great. The complimentary breakfast in the morning and the wine and cheese in the evening was a plus. We loved it.
Traveller from Columbia, SC
Built in 1852, this three-story boutique hotel in Savannah is opposite River Street, 8 blocks from City Market shops and …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.