The reason for the OK rating is there were renovations going on, but they did not interfere with guests enjoying themselves.
The location was good for downtown and historic outings. Shopping was also close by.
Traveller from LaGrange, GA
Located in the heart of Savannah, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Oglethorpe Mall and Chatham Plaza. Abercorn Common …More
It was convenient to the Savannah International Trade Center and their were restaurants and a Publix close by that was great. I did not like the breakfast it was served cold and all they had were chocolate,tea and warm water. You have to request for cups from the front desk and when we got to the room the toilet in the room would not flush the front desk attendant came into the room with a plunger that was not wrapped in a bag. That was disgusting and she walked out with water dripping on the floor, The walls are thin you can hear loud noise in the next room.
Traveller from Atlanta,Ga
Situated in Savannah, this hotel is steps from Abercorn Walk and Twelve Oaks Shopping Center. Candler Hospital and Chatham …More
Its not the prettiest or the most luxurious hotel you will ever stay in, but it does meet your basic needs for an affordable price if you want to stay somewhere decent for a few days. I was pleased with the overall cleanliness of my room and rather comfortable bed. The hotel doesn't provide any high end privileges like shuttle transportation or in-house dinners/lunch meals like its more expensive competitors, but me as an individual only cared about a decent place to stay for a short visit. If you are like me, then this hotel is definitely worth it.
Located in the heart of Savannah, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Chatham Plaza and Oglethorpe Mall. Abercorn Common …More
The 30-acre Forsyth Park separates downtown from midtown. Mansions mix with modest craftsman-style homes in Ardsley Park, the city’s first suburb, circa 1911. Bonaventure Cemetery captivates visitors with its distinct sculpture, architecture, and landscape. On the Isle of Hope, one of Savannah’s island neighborhoods, a tree-lined entrance leads to the colonial ruins of Wormsloe Historic Site.