My group was in town for the rock n roll marathon. We were impressed the way the hotel prepared for such a large event. I have never experienced friendlier staff than I did at this hotel. Our entire group commented about their friendliness, attitude, and desire to help at all times. That is huge! Room was clean. I was able to call for different pillows since I'm not a flat, feather kind of person. The complimentary breakfast was wonderful. The readily available coffee, water, and fruit was an extremely nice touch. The hotel only having 2 elevators was sometimes an issue but that really can't be helped. The biggest complaint I have for the entire trip is the toilet paper. If you are going to triple your prices for the 2 nights of the marathon visitors ($400+/night) then the least you can do is invest in some nicer toilet paper. I've never complained about toilet paper before but local gas stations have nicer toilet paper than this. I'm serious when I say our entire group commented about the awful tp and that's not a popular conversational piece amongst the group.
Overall, I would stay at this hotel again. It was super convenient to everything and the start line is right our the front door if I return for this marathon.
Traveller from KY
Located in Historic Downtown, this hotel is steps from Reynolds Square, Rousakis Riverfront Plaza, and Lucas Theatre. Warren …More
It was a very pleasant experience staying at the Eliza Thompson House. The staff were very helpful and certainly wanted to make sure your stay was pleasant. The homes and parks in the surrounding area were absolutely beautiful !
Traveller from St. Louis, MO
Dating from 1847, this peaceful small historic boutique hotel resides on a magnolia-lined street in the heart of downtown …More
Our room was not ready when we arrived a bit early but was cleaned in a timely fashion. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. It is located well and one can walk most places as we did.
We had a patio room and enjoyed the extra space. It could definitely use a plant that was ALIVE!
When we tried to print our boarding passes, the printer was unable to be connected. The system needs some attention.
Traveller from RI
Built in 1852, this three-story boutique hotel in Savannah is opposite River Street, 8 blocks from City Market shops and …More
My fist time at Savannah and what a great experiencia to stay at that historico hotel
The room it's clean and comfortable more them I expected .The staf is friendly and help with information about place to go and eat . The hotel it's close and well located
My husband and I don't need use the car and the parking can be pay or free . The Internet access it's free and really working . The free breakfast it's good and every day they have wine and snacks for free.
Traveller from florida
Located in Historic Downtown, this historic bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Rousakis Riverfront Plaza, Warren …More
This is a delightful little retro hotel on the edge of downtown/historic district of Savannah within walking distance of all the attractions of this beautiful town. Our room was so adorable and very comfortable in midcentury decor. Most importantly it was clean and pet friendly! Staff was very accommodating to our needs and our dog by providing food and water bowls before our arrival. Retro snacks and light breakfast included - very fun! Absolutely loved it!
Located in Historic Downtown, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah Civic Center, and Chatham …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.