"Historical hotel in perfect location on the river"
This hotel has some beautiful architectural details throughout, including lots of exposed brick, stone walls, antique furniture, hardwood floors, and floor to ceiling windows with amazing views. Our room was facing the river. Walls were very thick and made for nice quiet nights. Beds and pillows were super comfortable. There was a manager's reception each night we were there, which included free wine and appetizers. We enjoyed bacon wrapped quail, crab dip, shrimp salad, and spiced chicken kabobs with peanut sauce. There was an adjoining room with a pool table and a game table with a chess set which we enjoyed also.
The things we didn't enjoy (but still didn't ruin our experience): 1) they ran out of regular coffee and only had decaf to distribute to the rooms the whole time we were there. 2) the hair dryer in our room was very weak, I would definitely bring my own next time. 3) No iron and ironing board in the room, but you could request one from the desk. 4) you have to use your card key to go anywhere in this hotel - and ours quit working multiple times, and took multiple passes to work each time. They need to give you a card key on a lanyard, because you have to use it every time you use the elevator or go in any door from the outside except the main lobby. i would still recommend this hotel to anyone who enjoys hostoric buildings and wants to be able to be in the center of all the action in downtown Savannah.
Traveller from KY
Housed in a former 19th-century cotton warehouse, River Street Inn is within a 10-minute walk of City Market, Telfair Museum …More
Staff was friendly and helpful. Room was clean and updated. Unfortunately there was a military function that got very loud throughout the night, making it difficult to sleep. The bed was not as comfortable as expected with this type of hotel. Room had minor imperfections.
Traveller from Georgia
This seven-story hotel is adjacent to the shops and restaurants of Savannah's Riverfront Plaza, 2 blocks from riverboat …More
Besides the car alarms sounding every night in the parking lot and people screaming at night bed on the streets, it would be the best experience. no need car rental. nice staff and happy hour. good breakfast.
Traveller from Miami, United States of America
The many restaurants, boutiques, and galleries at Savannah's City Market are 3 blocks from the Planters Inn; riverboat …More
Had a brief but lovely stay at Eliza Thompson. Every aspect was delightful. Staff was warm and thoughtful, room was great and the interior courtyard fountain provided great ambient lullaby for night sleep. within historic district and perfect for our visit.
Traveller from jacksonville florida
Dating from 1847, this peaceful small historic boutique hotel resides on a magnolia-lined street in the heart of downtown …More
I love, loved the décor of the room it just felt Savannah it was beautiful. The staff is super friendly and helpful, they were great. This is a animal friendly hotel which is great I loved seeing all of the puppy's around but that being said the rooms do smell a little like dog. It's totally not unbearable and I would definitely stay again.
Traveller from US
Built in 1852, this three-story boutique hotel in Savannah is opposite River Street, 8 blocks from City Market shops and …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.