Great locations on the river and around all of the activity of the city. The hotel lacks lighting, desk for working, and outlets to charge technology items. Some of the staff were good and helpful. Some not so much. We were promised they would call ahead and have us a reservation at a restaurant. It did not occur.
Housed in a former 19th-century cotton warehouse, River Street Inn is within a 10-minute walk of City Market, Telfair Museum …More
"Such a nice view of River Street and a lovely room"
My wife and I stayed a the CottonSail ( this time being our second visit) for a quick " no kid" visit to Savannah. The CottonSail was just as beautiful as our first visit. The king/balcony room was extremely clean and gorgeous. The staff members from the front desk to the valet attendants were very accommodating and friendly. We also attended the Top Deck bar ( the roof top bar at the hotel), and had a few drinks, that were poured just right by some quick and courteous bartenders. I love this place and after visiting Savannah for 15+ years, this is by far the place I recommend and plan on staying at from now on!
Traveller from Georgia
Located in Historic Downtown, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Franklin Square and Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum …More
This was a stop-over because of an important side trip. Only two days in the hotel. Love the city and met great people (other visitors) at the lively Collins Quarter restaurant, bartender Andrew, and the friendly and very accommodating GM. Also really enjoyed Vic's on the River with superb service (Drew) and wonderful lamb. Both walking distance to the hotel.
Traveller from Blue Ridge, GA
Located in Historic Downtown, this historic hotel is steps from Trustees Theater, Lucas Theatre, and Oglethorpe Square …More
Staff is great:. Charles at front desk was so gracious and patient, helpful with restaurant recommendations, etc. Melvin the Bellman is quite charming. Rico at the bar is a great conversationalist, very attentive to his guests. Jeanette at checkout was efficient, helpful with arranging city tour, AND found and returned my forgotten blazer by UPS...Thank you again! Five-Star staff! Only recommendation would be new mattresses in queen suites. We will be back!
Traveller from Florida
Built in 1852, this three-story boutique hotel in Savannah is opposite River Street, 8 blocks from City Market shops and …More
Stayed in a beautiful suite at the Olde Harbour Inn. Very large loft bedroom, living room and small but lovely bedroom with Great river view. Beautifully decorated. Tons of storage. Strange thing was, In the bathroom it's a different story. The tub was very worn and actually rough on the feet as it's really in need of reglazing. Toilet and cabinet also not in the best shape. But the real issue was cleanliness. We came the day after St. Patrick's Day festivities and all hotels were working hard to get back to normal, so we were understanding when we checked in that the floors were visibly dusty and dirty throughout. Thought it would improve the next day but it didn't. Left a housekeeping tip each day and finally a (pleasantly worded) note requesting a sweeping as well as another roll of TP, lotion and coffee, all of which we were out of. Also, both robes in the room were clearly never laundered, one contained and bodily emission I will not go into. After housekeeping's visit it was clear there was no cleaning or restocking. Very frustrating. Management kindly gave us two free breakfasts as an apology, and the breakfasts were wonderful. On the final day it appeared they had mopped the room right over the dirt on the floors, so still no improvement. I have never complained at a hotel, but had to as this got to be too much. The wine and cheese hour is wonderful. Hard to rate this hotel - we were in love with the suite but the housekeeping issues may prevent our return
Traveller from milwaukee
Located in Historic Downtown, this historic inn is within a 10-minute walk of Rousakis Riverfront Plaza, Warren Square, and …More
"Cant' miss out on this hotel if it is available!"
Where to start.....the hotel is a renovated 1700's building with incredible charm and location. Right downtown within walking distance to just about everything. the staff was friendly and helpful and the room was beyond expectations. 2 poster beds that were comfortable and a huge bathroom. Breakfast buffet was top notch!
Traveller from Ontario, Canada
The many restaurants, boutiques, and galleries at Savannah's City Market are 3 blocks from the Planters Inn; riverboat …More
Hotel was purchased and renovated 2 years ago. Upscale, trendy decor. Details like spots on lobby carpeting, streak marks on dusted furniture in lobby and in room, missing or askew wall fixtures made me wonder if the room and the hotel was properly cleaned.
Traveller from Charlotte, NC
Located in Historic Downtown, this hotel is steps from Savannah History Museum, Battlefield Park, and Savannah Visitor …More
The staff were helpful and friendly. Offering advice on places to visit. They became your friends immediately. The breakfast buffet had everything u could ask for and a happy smile each day. I wud highly recommend this hotel.
Traveller from UK
Ideally located in Savannah's Historic District, this new boutique hotel is within a block of Ellis Square, City Market, …More
Pocket Guide: Savannah Victorian Historic District Historic Downtown Hotels
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.