Historic Savannah hotels are built within an area that has a past so important it is marked as a National Historic Landmark. The Savannah hotels Historic District areas offer complete a tourist destination filled with exciting things to do, great places to eat, and neighborhoods that beg to be discovered. Eighteenth and nineteenth century architecture is part of an extremely distinctive grid plan originally created in 1733 and featuring more than two dozen city squares.
Historic Savannah hotels around River Street and the Riverstreet Plaza are particularly appealing for the location on (or near) the water and in and around one of the most bustling, charming areas in Georgia. The City Market, Art Center, River Street Marketplace, and The Eugene Talmadge Bridge are all in the area. There are more than 20 museums and historic sites to explore. A good lodging bet is The Suites on Lafayette (pictured above), a wonderful option offering the choice between an inn room, apartment rental, town home or condo. Due to the historic significance of the area, visitors can also partake in a variety of tours, from ghost tours to tours of Old Savannah. The lovely hotel is housed in two adjacent houses built in 1852 and the 1890s.
Savannah hotels historic district fans favor The Marshall House, the oldest in the area. Southern hospitality mixes with modern accoutrements and plenty of convenience via hotel services. Located in the heart of Savannah’s Historic District, Marshall’s features many 19th century authentic touches, including restored 19th century windows, railings, doors, and even claw-foot baths.
Historic Savannah hotels like Olde Harbour Inn are an ideal consideration when wanting to stay directly on the river. This cliffside warehouse turned hotel first constructed in 1892 now houses large, one-of-a-kind, one and two bedroom suites that are also pet-friendly.
Historic Savannah hotels can be the perfect complement to a stay in the city’s oldest district. There are also several options offered by modern hotel chains including Courtyard Marriott, Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton Inn, and the breathtaking Bohemian Hotel Savannah Riverfront. Both modern and historic Savannah hotels in the Historic District present a wealth of opportunity to discover both old and new attractions and enjoy the ample green spaces Savannah has created for residents and guests.