The room was lime green, but comfortable. The receptionist was not very pleasant and the free breakfast was a choice of 3 pastries, fruit loops cereal, milk, juice, and coffee. It was good for the price and extremely convenient.
Traveller from NC
Situated in Port Wentworth, this motel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Georgia Tech Savannah, Frames n' Games, and SK8 City …More
If you're on a budget and you just want a deceit hotel stay without a lot of frills & thrills, then this hotel is fine. The bed was a little soft, walls a little thin, old carpet, 1 bug, and no microwave( I thought microwaves were in the rooms). We did have a refrigerator& coffee maker in the room. The staff was excellent!! Very accommodating, quite friendly, very helpful, I couldn't ask for anything better on the service.(this is very important to me-great service is at the top of my list). The breakfast was fine: waffles, cereal, toast, grits w/ biscuits & gravy, OJ, milk & coffee. So again, for a "budget" hotel, it's not a bad stay. If you have to have "5-STAR" quality, then spend more and stay somewhere else. Otherwise, stay on budget, spend less and stay here knowing that it's not "5-STAR" but good for what you paid.
Traveller from Atlanta, Ga
Situated in Port Wentworth, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Georgia Tech Savannah, SK8 City, and Frames n' Games …More
I stayed at this hotel on business for two days. There aren't a lot of choices for this area, but I figured I couldn't go wrong with the Holiday Inn. My room was clean and comfortable. The only thing I wasn't really fond of was the fitness center. It's a tight space --clearly a former room. The cardio equipment was crammed in there and the weight machines didn't work. I'm grateful I was able to get in a little cardio. That's about it though. If I had to, I'd stay here again.
Traveller from Atlanta
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Georgia Tech Savannah, SK8 City, and Frames n' Games …More
This quaint town is located along the Savannah River. The Stand Up for America festival began in 1971 and draws large crowds to the town every April. Just north, the Laurel Hill Wildlife Drive winds four miles through the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge where alligators are often spotted in the surrounding marshlands, along with bald eagles and other birds.